March 18 - 22 is the KJHS Student Council Spring Spirit Week! As always, each grade level will be competing for the Spirit Stick. Which grade level will participate the most? We will find out on Friday the 22nd!
about 1 month ago, Kim McGuire
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Are you free Friday or Saturday evening? Looking for a fun and exciting place to be? If so, please come to our Knoxville High School's drama club performance of a show from the 1950s entitled, "It Happened on Route 66" from Pioneer Drama. Performances will be hosted in the Knoxville High School auditorium at 7:30 p.m. both Friday March 8th and Saturday March 9th. Friday night, there will be a dessert reception and drinks served afterwards in the commons area. Adult tickets are $5, students are $3 with children 2 and under free. Get your kicks on Route 66! America's most famous highway is the backdrop for this sweet romantic comedy set in an Arizona diner in 1955. As the play opens, Sally, a young, celebrity-obsessed waitress, can't wait for the wedding that day between glamorous movie star Lovey Lamour and crooner Johnny Jerome. So you can imagine Sally's surprise when a mysterious customer turns out to be Lovey herself! Lovey tells Sally that she fled the ceremony and was heading east on Route 66 when her Ferrari broke down. With the press hot on her trail, Lovey is forced to hide out at the diner until her car can get fixed. But how can she possibly keep her identity a secret? Simple, Sally says. Pose as a waitress! Sally teaches the temperamental star everything she knows about waitressing, but between the crazy diner lingo and the demanding customers, Lovey soon finds that the job is way more difficult than she expected. To make matters worse, their entire scheme threatens to unravel when a nosy news photographer discovers Lovey's identity and tips Johnny off as to her location. With a cast of hilarious characters including a short-tempered cook, Sally's geeky boyfriend, the world's worst auto mechanic, and a pre-fame Elvis Presley, this affectionate tribute to the golden age of diners is guaranteed to warm your heart as it tickles your funny bone. Pack your bags! It's time to hit the Mother Road—of laughter!"
about 1 month ago, Sandy Pemberton
KHS Drama Club Presents "It Happened on Route 66"
KHS Parents/Guardians, Today during advisory period your student was given a letter and a form with information to attend the intersession March 25th -March 29th from 8 am to 11 am. KHS is providing the opportunity for your student to obtain test taking strategies and familiarity with the PSAT & SAT exams. If you wish for your student to attend this intersession, please send the form back to the high school office on or before March 12th or email me John Neubaum KHS principal at jneubaum@bluebullets.org Thank you!
about 1 month ago, John Neubaum
Mable Woolsey families please read chapters 30 and 31 tonight! https://youtu.be/UOjhfvGUt_8
about 1 month ago, Jodi Keever
Correct to the previous post: There will be an informational meeting for all 7th-grade families interested in sending their children on the 2025 DC trip. The meeting is on Tuesday, March 12 at 7 pm at KJHS. Don't hesitate to get in touch with Kim McGuire if you are interested but will not be able to attend. Thank you.
about 1 month ago, Kim McGuire
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Mable Woolsey families please read chapters 28 and 29 tonight! https://youtube.com/live/Rd5hQTD_D4E?feature=share
about 1 month ago, Jodi Keever
KJHS families, we have extended the due date to return the forms for Spring Break Intersession Camp until this Friday, March 8th. This FREE camp is open to all KJHS students and will run from March 25-27th from 8-11 each day. Breakfast and lunch will be provided and transportation is available. We are excited to offer hands-on STEM, math, reading and writing sessions. Forms are available in the KJHS office. If you have any questions, please email Mrs. McClay at mmcclay@bluebullets.org.
about 1 month ago, Michelle McClay
Due Date Extended
Mable Woolsey Families please read chapters 26-27 tonight! https://youtu.be/1F7eGczqAAI
about 1 month ago, Jodi Keever
Mable Woolsey families please read our newsletter for this week! This Friday March 8th is a 2:00 Dismissal. There will be PALS and Pre-K. https://www.smore.com/n/a9t3q
about 2 months ago, Jodi Keever
KJHS families, we will participate in an American Heart Association Wellness Week from March 4-March 8. Check out the schedule below to see what students will be learning each day. Families can access the KJHS AHA website to learn more about heart healthy habits, hands only CPR, and to donate to the AHA. Please note that the ONLY dress up day is Friday, March 8th. This is a wear RED DAY to celebrate a week of learning about being heart healthy.
about 2 months ago, Michelle McClay
KJHS Wellness Week
Congratulations to Addison McKee on signing to continue her cross-country and track and field career at Concordia University. Good luck Addison!
about 2 months ago, Brad Weedman
KHS
Just a reminder KHS students need to have a positive balance on their lunch accounts to purchase any a la carte items. No charging will be allowed.
about 2 months ago, Jeri Maulden
The KJHS Character Trait of the Month for March is Positivity.
about 2 months ago, Kim McGuire
March
Mable Woolsey Families Please read chapters 23-25 tonight! https://youtu.be/nkNXSY10FZM
about 2 months ago, Jodi Keever
Mable Woolsey Families, please read chapters 20-22 tonight! https://youtube.com/live/BCzU09oydHk?feature=share
about 2 months ago, Jodi Keever
Congratulations to Piper Lewis on signing to continue her golf career at Carl Sandburg College. Good luck Piper!
about 2 months ago, Brad Weedman
KHS
A little over a week from now, our Knoxville High School's drama club will produce and perform a show from the 1950s entitled, "It Happened on Route 66" from the Pioneer Drama. Performances will be hosted in the Knoxville High School auditorium at 7:30 p.m. both Friday March 8th and Saturday March 9th. Friday night, there will be a dessert reception and drinks served afterwards in the commons area. Adult tickets are $5, students are $3 with children 2 and under free. Get your kicks on Route 66! America's most famous highway is the backdrop for this sweet romantic comedy set in an Arizona diner in 1955. As the play opens, Sally, a young, celebrity-obsessed waitress, can't wait for the wedding that day between glamorous movie star Lovey Lamour and crooner Johnny Jerome. So you can imagine Sally's surprise when a mysterious customer turns out to be Lovey herself! Lovey tells Sally that she fled the ceremony and was heading east on Route 66 when her Ferrari broke down. With the press hot on her trail, Lovey is forced to hide out at the diner until her car can get fixed. But how can she possibly keep her identity a secret? Simple, Sally says. Pose as a waitress! Sally teaches the temperamental star everything she knows about waitressing, but between the crazy diner lingo and the demanding customers, Lovey soon finds that the job is way more difficult than she expected. To make matters worse, their entire scheme threatens to unravel when a nosy news photographer discovers Lovey's identity and tips Johnny off as to her location. With a cast of hilarious characters including a short-tempered cook, Sally's geeky boyfriend, the world's worst auto mechanic, and a pre-fame Elvis Presley, this affectionate tribute to the golden age of diners is guaranteed to warm your heart as it tickles your funny bone. Pack your bags! It's time to hit the Mother Road—of laughter!"
about 2 months ago, Sandy Pemberton
Drama Club
Mable Woolsey Families, we will have a spirit week next week for our "Kids Heart Challenge"! This will be posted in our weekly newsletter as well.
about 2 months ago, Jodi Keever
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Mable Woolsey Families, please read chapters 18 and 19 tonight! https://youtube.com/live/h920jZdIynY?feature=share
about 2 months ago, Jodi Keever
I hope this letter finds you well and in good spirits. As we navigate through the current semester, it is both inspiring and heartening to witness the positive energy and resilience within our school community. Let's celebrate the fact that we are moving swiftly through this semester. Despite the unpredictable and inclement weather that we faced earlier, it appears that brighter days are ahead. We are hopeful that the challenges ... Click to read the entire message on the Superintendent's WebPage....https://sites.google.com/bluebullets.org/dr-andrea-guerrero?usp=sharing
about 2 months ago, Andrea Guerrero