The student government leaders have planned a week of activities to promote school spirit and pride. All KMS students are eligible to participate. Please bring school uniform each day in case your dress-up attire is deemed inappropriate. Please carefully review the overall dress up guidelines and specific guidelines for each dress up day so that you will be appropriately dressed. If you have questions, come to the student activities center, room 126. 2014 Spirit Week Dress-Up Guidelines
1) We are at mid-quarter. Please check KS Connect as it should help you understand where your child stands academically at this point in the quarter.
2) We’ve recently had incidents of broken glass as children have brought glass containers to school and it’s dropped on the ground. This creates an unsafe environment for all and I’ve asked students NOT to bring glass containers to school.
3) We’ve heard from KES that some of our students are hanging around their campus during after-school hours. Unless authorized to be there, KMS students should never be at KES, especially after-school hours. Although we have a number of students remaining at MS campus during after-school hours, our handbook states, “If he or she is not part of the KS bus transportation program, please make arrangements to pick your child up by the end of the school day at the School Street Bus Terminal. After school supervision is not provided” (p. 22).