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Ready for Success?

Freshman Year

Life after graduation plan              

Know your teachers and leaders

Visit the library once a week

Visit College Career Center once a quarter

Develop & know your study habits.

Become a member of one school activity

Know and use academic resources, including the Writing Center and Learning Lab

Sophomore Year

Prepare for and take the ACT Plan test.

Create a scholarship vita to track your school accomplishments.

Visit the library once a week.

Visit the College Center once a month.

Start researching colleges & universities and attend one college visit. 

Know and use academic resources, including the Writing Center and Learning Lab

Junior Year

Meet with your counselor to review your courses for this year & plan your schedule for senior year.

Prepare for and take the ACT. 

Visit the library once a week and the College Center three times a month.

Update your scholarship vita to track your school accomplishments.   

Know at least 3 colleges you would like to attend.

Know and use academic resources, including the Writing Center and Learning Lab

Senior Year

Visit the library & College Center once a week.

Check on application & financial aid deadlines for the schools you plan to apply.

Prepare for and retake the ACT.

Know and use academic resources, including the Writing Center and Learning Lab

Apply to at least 3 colleges by October 15

Complete 3 scholarships by November 1


Emergency Safety Interventions (ESI) Information

Board ESI Policy

More Parent Information on ESI





Purchase tickets in the treasurer's office.  (1st 25 receive a Lei at the dance) You can purchase tickets now!!!!


Doors close at 9 pm sharp.


Outside guests must be approved by February 16.


Dress code applies to all:

Semi formal means no tennis shoes/sneakers, jeans, t-shirts, athletic wear.


examples of semi-formal wear.



STUCO Brings you

The last Blood Drive of the Year!!!


Thursday, March 1, 2018

9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Recital Hall

You must :

  • be 16 years old or older (18 year olds may apply here)
  • turn in a permission form
    • (please add advisor and room number and the block you want to donate)
  • have proof of age
    • Drivers license
    • State or international ID
    • Passport
    • School ID and Transcript 
      • please acquire transcript before the day of the drive
  • ​​​​​​​be hydrated and eat healthy meals before and the day of the drive.


Why Donate?





Rino - Blood Donor I am a Red Cross blood donor that won't give up.  I tried to give blood when I was 18, but was declined in both my junior and senior high school years. Once I got to college, I was deferred again. I was finally able to give blood and have given twice. I love donating blood. The thought of being able to help save three people’s lives every time I go makes me feel like a better person.








Learn about the Donation Process

Click on a step to learn more.

Getting Ready for Donation


The Donation Process


the Donation



Benefits of Donating

Benefits of Donating

  • It feels great to donate!
  • You get free juice and delicious cookies.
  • It's something you can spare  most people have blood to spare... yet, there is still not enough to go around.
  • You will help ensure blood is on the shelf when needed  most people don't think they'll ever need blood, but many do.
  • You will be someone's hero  in fact, you could help save more than one life with just one donation.

Additional Helpful Information


Play American Red Cross Online Games!

Donating Blood

Leaders Save Lives

High school and college students can earn a scholarship and help save lives. Sign up today!

Pint–Size Hero and Future Blood Donor

Learn about our program for elementary and middle schools.

Platelet Donors

People eligible to give blood can also donate just platelets. Learn more about platelet donations.


Why students give? What students must know about donating? Learn more.

Donor Rewards

Access great retailer discounts as our way of 


Bulldog Calendar for Activites and Athletics!

Follow Bulldog Activities and Athletics by clicking on this link for the School Calendar of Events! Check back regularly for updates!!!!! http://www.kansascityksps.org/public/genie/465/school/5/


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