He is a very responsible and respectful student. He always puts in his best effort in everything he does. He's extremely polite and is a model student.
He has been putting his best effort to get his work done and in a timely manner. He has been very well behaved, respectful and polite. He knows how to manage his time in a productive way.
Tierney is a dedicated science student, that strives to achieve academic excellence. Her effort to succeed in class is noticed amongst her peers and her classmates gravitate to her for science help. Her ability to produce and accomplish quality work is unsurpassed. Tierney is a true leader in and out of the classroom.
Ky is an extremely hard worker. He takes the initiative to learn every single day. He shows up in great spirits & is excited about learning. He isn't afraid to ask for help when he doesn't understand something despite the language barrier. He really an example of a stellar student who enjoys learning & doesn't let anything stop him.
Kallie is a dedicated hard working student who strives for excellence. She demonstrates quality through academics and always having a positive attitude. Kallie is kind, caring, and willing to help her fellow students whenever needed. Kallie is also very talented and creative.
Jaiden always shows quality by showing up to class on time and getting right to work. He always shows effort in the class by helping out fellow students with their work and even teaching others about the science content. I can always trust him to follow through with his work and even ask me if he has any questions or problem with the material.
The Black History Month celebration started as "Negro History Week," which Carter G. Woodson, a noted African American historian, scholar, educator and publisher, founded in 1926. In 1976, it became a month-long celebration. Correlating with the birthdays of Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln, the month of February was chosen.
For the month of February our Kahla Knights will explore and appreciate the rich cultural history of African-Americans, and to shine a light on the contributions and achievements of African-Americans to what the United States has become.
Kahla MS Students & Staff conducts ‘Bears for the Blue’ service drive honoring the late Dr. Martin Luther King's Day of Service
Kahla Middle School staff, students and Adan Banda, CFISD police officer, pose with hundreds of stuffed animals that were collected as part of a campus wide service project called “Bears for the Blue.” Students and staff collected the new and gently used stuffed animals in honor of National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day on Jan. 9 and the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service on Jan. 17.
Jan. 14, 2022—Kahla Middle School students and staff members came together for an act of kindness while showing their appreciation for law enforcement this month with “Bears for the Blue,” a campuswide collection drive of new and gently used stuffed animals to donate to the CFISD police department and other local departments.
In total, 160 stuffed animals were collected. They will eventually be donated to deserving children or others in need.
The project began as a conversation between Kelsey Jackson, Kahla in-class paraprofessional, and campus secretary Dolores Frayler. Looking for a themed event for January, the two planned a service project in honor of National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day on Jan. 9 and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service on Jan. 17. They presented the idea to students, who jumped on board with the opportunity to help others.
“They loved it,” Jackson said. “This year, we’ve focused a lot on student and staff buy-in. And this is something we can do for the community.”
The drive began Jan. 5 with collection boxes set up at the front of the school and attendance office. It ran for seven days and was fueled by a friendly competition between students and staff. CFISD police officers picked up the donated stuffed animals Jan. 13.
In addition to the project itself, Jackson said the collection drive was also a way for students to learn about giving without expecting something in return.
“This was a service project giving back to the community,” she said. “I spoke with a few kids who are economically disadvantaged and hearing them talk about giving up their stuffed animals to someone else that may be in need is huge. They are getting something in return, but it’s not tangible. It’s doing a good act of service.”
Thursday, Feb. 3rd, 6-7pm
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The 28th annual #CFISDLivestock Show & Sale is set for Feb. 1-5 at the CFISD Exhibit Center. Our students are excited to showcase their projects! https://www.cfisd.net/Page/2#calendar1/20220220/event/3734