What's on Today
Reflection- Be Your Best 2.0 Assembly w. KEVIN BRACY
Attitude of Acceptance
Change Your World
I Am an amazing Person
I give my BEST in all that I do
The way I treat people matters
I Am not perfect but I consciously
Strive to BE MY BEST!
KAMS Daily Bulletin
Monday , FEBRUARY 27, 2017
Make it Your Best! Be Your Best!
Set Personal Kindness Goals every day of the week to spread Kindness:
7th graders, we are going to Six Flags, April 22nd. S.O.A.R. Six Flag Trip Sign ups will be Tuesday, March 14th.
You must have a 2016- 2017 KAMS ID card to pick up forms beginning on Wednesday, March 15th at Student Services and sign ups are Thursday, March 16th at 7:30 am at the Student Store.
Here are some Guidelines about the 7th grade Six Flag SOAR Trip
This Week & weeks to come
Tomorrow your final payment for Disneyland is due. If you miss it you will be moved to the bottom of the wait list. Laso Bus#1 meets during 8th grade lunch on the MP Stage. Don't be oate or miss or you will be moved to the bottom of the wait list.
7TH GRADE BOYS BASKETBALL – Congratulations on earning the EGUSD Championship! You never gave up and you never gave in. You are true champions in every way. Way to make us all proud to be Falcons!
ALL BASKETBALL – March 1 is the GAME ON EXPERIENCE at Golden 1!
REMEMBER: You MUST have a ticket in hand to board the bus and enter the arena. Class release at 11:15am, quickly and QUIETLY change into your uniform. Bus loads at 11:30am. Bring a small, string backpack or other small bag. You will not be allowed to bring your regular backpacks or equipment bags into Golden 1. If you are late, do not have your ticket, or are not in uniform, you will miss out and will be left at school.
WRESTLING – Clean, dry singlets were due Friday, February 24. If you have not yet turned in your singlet, please do so immediately. Remember: do not drop off your singlet. Hand it directly to Ms. Couchot.
TRACK and FIELD – First practice is Tuesday, March 7 from 3:15-5:15pm on the Track. Meet at 3:15pm, dressed and ready to run!
INTRAMURALS - Stay tuned...we have one more session coming up in March!
8th Graders Interested in Athletics at Pleasant Grove High School – Incoming 9th Grade Athletics Parent Meeting for Pleasant Grove High School will be held on Monday, April 24 at 6:00pm in the PGHS Cafeteria/MP Room.
Thanks to all who participated in our February Library Challenge. The library is turning GREEN for the month of March. Get ready for March’s library challenge starting this Wednesday! We will be celebrating Teen Tech Month & Promoting Books made into movies at the library. Come participate and enter our library raffle for movie tickets and posters.
"The next Albiani All-Star meeting is this Friday, March 3rd, at 7:30 am. We will meet in room G-06. Please bring any completed petitions or paperwork to this meeting. 8th graders: we will be discussing final petition deadlines and the essay requirement at this meeting. This is mandatory! Don’t miss out. We look forward to seeing you there!"
Club Live will meet not meet this Thursday during lunch in room MC-3.
PGHS Academy and AVID Application
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Parents and families interested in learning more about the PGHS Cheer program, plan to attend an informational meeting on March 23rd beginning at 6:30 PM in the Multipurpose room on the PGHS campus.
If you are interested in being a member of the 2017-2018 Cheer Squad at Pleasant Grove High School plan to attend the Cheer Clinic April 4th, 5th and 6th in the small gym at PGHS from 6:00-8:00 PM.
Cheer team tryouts will be held Friday, April 7th from 4:30-7:30 in the main gym at PGHS.
Our entire Middle Stage Fest team did a fabulous job on Saturday! We ended up with 27 students and 4 parents attending. Though 1 of 19 schools, we made up nearly 10% of participants! Students performed once for adjudication (where they received constructive criticism from judges) and twice for scoring. Since some students performed in two categories, they performed anywhere from three to six times! Andrew Westfall’s monologue was selected as an overall outstanding performance. He won a week at a theatre camp in the Santa Cruz Mountains called UCamp, valued at $845! Here’s how our students fared:
Original Oratory Slam:
Molly Wallace and Izzy Ignacio took gold for “Mars” which they co-wrote. Molly played guitar and sang, and Izzy sang lead.
Molly Wallace and Ashley Rojas took gold for “The Joy of Motherhood” from Honk Jr.
Maya Adams and Keira Foster took bronze for “Everywhere That You Are” from James and the Giant Peach Jr.
Saferrah Mansfield – gold for “Let Me Be Your Star” from Smash.
Emma Mattos – god for “Part of Your World” from The Little Mermaid.
Bella Ruggiero – silver for “Nothing” from A Chorus Line.
Lily McCall – silver for “Oh How He Loves Us” by David Crowder.
Izzy Ignacio – “Poor Unfortunate Souls” from The Little Mermaid.
Bryce Whalen, Logan Parker, Hanna Clark, and Zoey DeHart - silver for “Princess Support Group II” – an original scene.
Jouette Cazier, Saher Haidari, and Matthew Creitchen – bronze for “untitled” from Attack on Titan.
Samantha Albiani and Lily McCall – gold for “Best Friends”
Saferrah Mansfield and Ashely Rojas – gold for “A Sacrifice”
Zoey DeHart and Logan Parker – silver for “First Day on the Job” – an original scene
Eliza Williams and Noelynn Oltmanns – silver for “untitled”
Hanna Clark and Emma Mattos – bronze for “Chile Pepper Chicks”
Andrew Westfall – gold for “Tommy Boy”
Jhertau Her – bronze for “Two Minutes About Sardines”
Bryce Whalen – bronze for “Twilight Zone”
Trinity Chapman – bronze for “Stupid Love”
In order to be considered for the upcoming Katherine Albiani Middle School Leadership & Yearbook Staff for the 2017-2018 school year, this application must be completed independently by the student applicant and turned in before the end of the application time period. Each school has a 2 week period. The time begins on the day the counselors come to your school and you sign up for 7th grade classes. Here is the time line:
7th grade KATHERINE ALBIANI LEADERSHIP/YEARBOOK APPLICATION & TIMELINE:
All applications are done electronically. Teacher recommendation forms from your 5th grade and 6th grade teachers will be electronically sent as part of the application process. If your application is completed (in full), meets the scoring requirements, and is submitted by the deadline, you may be considered as a Leadership & Yearbook candidate. There are limited spots in each program, therefore, the students who score the highest earn a spot in these programs.
Here is the link for incoming 7th grade to apply. Please make sure you are applying during your time line stated above:
Click here: https://goo.gl/forms/xFaeLRlTZgrF2hbK2
CELL PHONE POLICY
Though students are permitted to carry their cell phones during the school day, use of cell phones is prohibited during school hours . All cell phones must be turned off and removed from ...more
Quick Guidelines on Student Dress Code
Dress and Grooming Guidelines
KAMS Families and Students,
Here are some key highlights from the EGUSD dress code policy. Dress code will be enforced, so please dress appropriately for school. For more ...more
How to report an absence
WHO DO I INFORM WHEN MY STUDENT IS ABSENT?
You can call 916-686-5210 to report your student’s absence.
Antoinette Elliott (AElliott@egusd.net) can take calls regarding 7th grade students
Christina Ascencio (CAscenci@egusd.net ) can take calls regarding 8th grade students
If you send a note or email, please remember to include: student name, date of absence, reason for absence, student ID number (if you have it), and who is reporting the absence. We will not accept emails to clear a student absence from a student's School Loop account. School Loop emails must come from a parent account.