May 25 2022 (KHS)

May 25 2022 (KHS)

May 25, 2022   B-DAY


PANTHER PRIDE FOCAL POINT

 

We made it!!! This is Panther Pride Focus number #38! If you remember, Way way back to this year’s very first Panther Pride Focus we discussed setting a tone for the year and transforming yourself into the person you wanted to be. It was about setting a goal for yourself for this school year.  Here’s something I didn’t tell you, setting the goal was the easy part. The hard part is reflecting on that goal and reflecting on yourself. It’s not an easy task being honest with yourself, and I mean TRULY honest!  However, think about it this way; Sometimes we have to take a step back, to be able to see that we are moving in the direction we want to go. 

--->>>> So here is your final challenge for this school year; Take a step back, reflect on yourself, and reflect on how you think this school year went.  After that reflection, make any needed adjustments to get yourself pointed in the right direction moving into the summer and into next school year!  So that’s it.  That’s PPF #38.  Have a great summer, be safe, we will see you in August and as always, GO PANTHERS!! 

 

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS:   

Any girls interested in swimming to contact me at aaronstrain@live.com

The Knoxville Police Department is looking for volunteers for their helmets and hotdogs event on the last day of school (May 26th from 11:30 am – 1pm).  If there are any who want to help they can email me at kkeller@knoxvilleia.gov or call the police department and request to speak to me or leave a message.

The annual kids fishing event on June 4th from 8am – 12pm at the Marion County Park.  Anyone is welcome to attend, drawings will be for those under 18.

Early Bird Personal Fitness may be added for next school year.  If you're a current sophomore or junior and you're interested in having Early Bird Personal Fitness please contact your counselor via email.  Below you will find information on Early Bird Personal Fitness.

 

Advanced class offered every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday morning beginning at 6:45 a.m. and ending at 7:35.  The locker room will be open at 6:35.  

Seniors and Juniors will only be allowed in this class.  

Students will need a C+ or above in Personal Fitness this school year to be eligible for Early Bird.

 

Schedule (May 25th)

Tuesday-Friday

Block 1

8:00-9:25

Block 2

9:30-10:55

Lunch/

3rd Block

10:55-12:55

First Shift

Lunch

11:00-11:25

Class

11:30-12:55

 

Second Shift

Class

11:00-11:30

Lunch 

11:30-11:55

Class

12:00-12:55

Third Shift

Class

11:00-12:00

Lunch 

12:00-12:25

Class

12:30-12:55

 

4th Shift

Class

11:00-12:30

Lunch 

12:30-12:55

Advisory      (turn in IPads)

1:00-1:20

Block 4

1:25 - 2:50

Panther Time

2:55-3:20

 

Schedule (May 26th)

B-DAY

Block 1A

8:00-8:18

Block 2A

8:23-8:41

Block 3A

8:46-9:04

Block 4A

9:09-9:27

Advisory

9:32-9:43

Block 1B

9:48-10:06

Block 2B

10:11-10:29

Block 3B

10:34-10:52

Block 4B

10:57-11:15

DRIVER ED:

Any student interested in signing up for summer drivers ed please stop in the office to pick up the forms.  There will be 2 sessions.  First session starts June 6th and second session starts July 24th.

 

COUNSELING OFFICE:

DMACC Online Classes:  Please return your DMACC online textbook to the counseling office asap.

 

SILVERCORD:

Volunteer Iowa is seeking youth volunteers to assist us in preparation for the Governor’s Volunteer Awards (GVA). Volunteers will be responsible for preparing the governor’s volunteer awards by packaging the estimated 500 awards for the intended recipient. This simple task is monumental to our awards ceremony and youth volunteers will play an active part in celebrating the many Iowans who dedicate themselves to their community by ensuring their award is ready for them by the awards ceremonies this summer.
This volunteer opportunity can count towards silver cord and also provides youth with an opportunity to connect with the state agency responsible for fostering civic engagement, and who are eager to network with young changemakers and hear about their volunteer experience.
Tasks
Stuff envelopes with GVA Awards for participants
Sort envelopes into appropriate regions where ceremonies will be held
Available Dates
Tuesday, May 24th (Anytime between 3:30-6:00 PM)
Wednesday, May 25th (Anytime between 3:30-6:00 PM)
Thursday, June 9th (Anytime between 3:30-6:00 PM)
Friday, June 10th (Anytime between 3:30-6:00 PM)
Monday, June 13th (Anytime between 3:30-6:00 PM)
Tuesday, June 14th (Anytime between 3:30-6:00 PM)
Location
Volunteer Iowa
1963 Bell Avenue, Suite 200
Des Moines, IA 50315

Sign up: http://volunteeriowa.galaxydigital.com/need/detail/?need_id=693786

 

Des Moines Music Coalition:  We are in need of volunteers for the 80/35 Music Festival hosted by the Des Moines Music Coalition taking place Thursday, July 7th through Sunday, July 10th in the sculpture garden in Des Moines. Volunteer needs include checking wristbands, admissions, helping with recycling efforts on-site, gate control and much more.  You can sign up for our volunteer newsletter that will update you on all the happenings within DMMC. Here is a link to the signup page: www.desmoinesmc.com/support/volunteer/

 

Homestead of Knoxville:  Any students in learning how to play chess, and knitting please contact Dee Swink.  Homesteadofknoxville.com

 

The Well Knoxville:  We have opportunities for KHS students to help with customer service in the store, sorting & organizing donations, pricing donations, social media, staging the store, etc. We would also love help with childcare, food preparation and baking for programs, and community outreach events.  thewelliowa.org/volunteer

ACTIVITIES:

Mon, May 23       V B GF - State Meet @Ames (Veenker Memorial Golf Club), 10:30 AM (Suburban: departing 3:30 PM Sunday)

                            V B SC - Substate v. Dallas Center-Grimes @Johnston (HS), 5:00 PM (Bus: 3:00 PM)

                            V BSB (DH) @Chariton (Milledge Field), 5:30 PM (Bus: 4:00 PM)

 

Tue, May 24       V B GF - State Meet @Ames (Veenker Memorial Golf Club), 9:00 AM

                           JV2/JV1/V SB @Oskaloosa (HS), 4:30 PM (Bus: 3:05 PM)

                           V BSB (DH) @Oskaloosa (HS), 5:30 PM (Bus: 4:00 PM)

 

Wed, May 25      JV2/JV1/V SB @Bloomfield (Mustang Sports Complex), 4:30 PM (Bus: 2:30 PM)

                           JV/V BSB @Bloomfield (Mustang Sports Complex), 5:30 PM (Bus: 3:15 PM)

 

Thu, May 26       MS/HS SC @Knoxville (Marion County Sportsman's Club), 3:30 PM

 

Fri, May 27        V G TN - State Singles/Doubles @Iowa City (University of Iowa Tennis Center), 9:00 AM (Suburban: departing 2:30 PM Thursday)

                          JV2/JV1/V SB @Newton (HA Lynn Stadium), 4:00 PM (Bus: 2:20 PM)

                          JV/V BSB v. Pella @Knoxville (HS), 5:30 PM

 

Sat, May 28        V G TN - State Singles/Doubles @Iowa City (University of Iowa Tennis Center), 9:00 AM

 

LUNCH: Stuffed Crust Cheese Pizza, Ranch Potato Wedges, Chocolate Chip Cookie. 2nd Choice: Cook's Choice