March 19 – 23

Kelly Week at a Glance 

  • Mar. 22 – Food Drive Ends
  • Mar. 23 – Early Release (Advisory, 4, 5 & 6)
  • Mar. 23 – Movie Night (6th grade & PILOTS Leaders); 6:00 PM
  • Mar. 26 -30 – No School; Spring Break
  • Apr. 2 – Kelly Co-Pilots Meeting (Parent Group)
  • Apr. 5 – Track Meet vs Kennedy @ NEHS; 4:45 PM
  • Ap;r. 10 – Site Council; 3:40 PM
  • Apr. 12 – Track Meet vs Roosevelt @ NEHS; 4:45 PM
  • Apr. 13 – Early Release (Advisory, 1, 2 & 3) 

You can always check the Kelly Calendar on our website for upcoming days off and early release days. 

Annual Food Drive
March 5 to March 22
Last year, students were astounded to find out that Food for Lane County moves over 6 million pounds of food each year and that about 1 in 3 children benefit from their services each year. Advisory classes compete to earn the most points, food items are assigned point values depending on the nutritional value. Students will be bringing home more information soon. Over the past two years, Kelly students have helped bring in more than 6,000 pounds of food. This generates meals for more than 650 families! It is inspiring to watch our student’s band together and take a leadership role in helping feed our community.

Cell Phones
A Distraction to the Learning Environment
Talking, texting, video-recording, and taking photos on cell phones during the school day is a distraction to the learning environment.  Please make sure your students are familiar with our policy.

  • Cell Phone/Electronics use is allowed before/after school, only, or by teacher permission for a specific academic purpose.
  • Cell Phones/Electronics must be turned off and put away during the school day.
  • Students needing to contact parents/guardians during lunch may use the office phone.

Students using their phones during the school day:
1st Offense: Student must pick the phone up from an administrator, at the end of the day.
2nd Offense: Parent must pick up the phone from the front office
3rd Offense: Student loses cell phone privileges for the remainder of the year. 

BEST+ Program
Kelly Middle School, along with the City of Eugene, offers after-school activities to Kelly students throughout the school year. The after-school program primarily focuses on helping Kelly students succeed in academics by providing homework help. In addition to extra study time, the program also features enrichment classes such as art, cooking, drama, sports and more. Activities are taught by Kelly teachers, City of Eugene instructors, local service agencies, arts agencies, and qualified individuals from the community.

For more information contact Jim Wilcox, Kelly BEST After-School Coordinator. Email at Wilcox_j@4j.lane.edu or call 541-790-4748 or click here.

SAIL
Interested in going to college? Try UO SAIL summer programs!
Registration opens March 1st for The Summer Academy to Inspire Learning (SAIL) program hosted on the University of Oregon campus. Choose your week, July 16-20 or July 23 – 27, 2018. Get a head start on the college process and experience what college life is all about at SAIL. Visit our website: sail.uoregon.edu for registration and additional information. Don’t wait!

ONLINE registration:  sail.uoregon.edu

Who We Are:
The Summer Academy to Inspire Learning (SAIL) is an innovative bridge program that serves middle and high school students from underrepresented backgrounds, which include lower income and/or first-generation college students, with the aim of encouraging students to enroll and succeed in college through early exposure and exploration.

SAIL offers free one-week summer programs on the University of Oregon campus, where students learn about various subjects from distinguished University of Oregon faculty volunteers through fun social and interactive activities. Each summer, returning students choose a new academic subject. SAIL programs include sessions on the college admissions process, scholarship availability, and the financial aid process.

During the school year, SAIL offers mentoring – administered by University of Oregon students – to eligible students who are navigating the college admissions process.

Contact SAIL:
sailstaff@uoregon.edu
541-346-8378
sail.uoregon.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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