KHS Presents: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS
Online Ticket Sales are now live for the upcoming KHS Spring Musical Little Shop of Horrors!
The cast and crew is made up of 8th thru 12th grade KCSD students and will have a live band directed by Mr Ben McCartney.
- Tickets are $8 and every penny goes directly into helping the Drama Department continue to produce productions for KCSD!
- Performances are March 1st 7pm, March 2nd 7pm and March 3rd 2pm at Knoxville Performing Arts Center.
Please use the link below to reserve your tickets TODAY!
Box Office Hours are
Feb 16 9am-noon
Feb 23 9am-noon
Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and please follow us for fun pictures and updates on
Knoxville Spring Musical on Facebook
Knoxvillehsdrama on Instagram
Mandatory Tech Check: February 6
The high school will be participating in a mandatory computer check on February 6th. We are asking the students to bring their computers, bags, chargers, extension cords and ducks. The advisors will check the students’ devices to look for the following: cracked screens, missing keys, trackpad issues, damaged or missing chargers, as well as missing cords and/or ducks.
Our hope is to help avoid some potential issues the students may encounter during the school year. There are things the Technology Department can fix that may ultimately save a student and/or family from having to have a fine assessed due to faulty equipment. At times, these issues are not discovered until the end of the school year and by that time it may be too late to fix the issue.
Spring Drivers Education Classes
Driver Education is offered at Knoxville High School through Triple ‘R’ Driving School. There will be one spring session offered at Knoxville High School beginning on Monday, February 25th. Registration forms are available HERE, in the High School office, or can be accessed from the website www.rumpsroadrules.com. Mr. Grimm & Ms. Bolton will be the instructors for this course. Classes will run for three hours each day class is offered and the dates and times are as follows:
- Class 1 Mon. Feb. 25 6:00-9:00pm
- Class 2 Tues. Feb. 26 6:00-9:00pm
- Class 3 Wed. Feb. 27 3:30-6:30pm
- Class 4 Thurs. Feb. 28 6:00-9:00pm
- Class 5 Fri. March 1 3:30-6:30pm
- Class 6 Sat. March 2 8:00-11:00am
- Class 7 Mon. March 4 6:00-9:00pm
- Class 8 Tues. March 5 6:00-9:00pm
- Class 9 Wed. March 6 3:30-6:30pm
- Class 10 Thurs. March 7 6:00-9:00pm
- Class 11 Fri. March 8 3:30-6:30pm
Families who wish to enroll their student should complete the registration form and return the bottom portion to the high school or middle school office, or mail the registration form to the address listed on the form.
For those families who qualify for free or reduced tuition, please indicate that on the bottom of the registration form you turn it (write “free” or “reduced” on form). As a reminder, in order to receive the free and reduced benefit, students must take drivers education through the school affiliated provider (Triple ‘R’).
If you have any questions concerning the drivers education program at Knoxville High School, please contact Ryan Rump at 319-470-6975, or e-mail email@example.com.
Please click this link to apply for any of the following positions.
- Middle School Softball, Assistant Coach*
- ️Middle School Baseball, Assistant Coach*
- FT Associates (one full time position at each school building)
- Child Nutrition Substitutes
- Bus Driver Substitutes
- Teacher Substitutes
- Associate Substitutes
- 8th Grade Volleyball, Asst. Coach*
- 8th Grade Girls Basketball, Head Coach*
- 8th Grade Girls Basketball, Asst. Coach*
*Current KCSD staff may apply by emailing a letter of interest to Ryan Paulsen, AD.
Support staff vacancy questions? Email or call: Lisa.Willis@kcsd.k12.ia.us or 641-842-6551 opt 1
Coaching vacancy questions: firstname.lastname@example.org 641-842-2173 opt 5
The Knoxville CSD Transportation Department strives to keep our students safe. In an effort to continue to do so all route buses are now equipped with cameras to monitor violators of the Bus Stop Signal Arm. What does this mean for you as a motorist? As stated in March 2012, Iowa Govenor Terry Branstad signed into law the “Keep Aware Driving — Youth Need School Safety Act,” also known as “Kadyn’s Law.” Kadyn Halverson was just seven years old when she was struck and killed by a motorist while attempting to cross the road to board a school bus. Kadyn’s Law includes several provisions aimed at reducing school bus-related injuries and fatalities: expanded school bus safety education; a school bus safety study; and increased penalties for failure to obey school bus warning lights and stop signal arms. Failure to obey warning lights may result in at least a $250-$1,875 ticket depending on the severity of the offense.
Here is a refresher which is required stopping for school buses:
When traveling on a two-or-three lane road ~
Approaching the bus from the rear: When you see flashing red or amber warning lights, you are not permitted to pass the school bus and should be prepared to stop. Stop behind the school bus when the school bus stops and the stop arm is extended. Stop no closer than 15 feet from the rear of the bus, and remain stopped until the stop arm is retracted and school bus starts moving again. Proceed with caution
Meeting the bus from the front: When you see amber warning lights flashing you must slow your vehicle to no more than 20 mph and be prepared to stop. Stop in front of the school bus when the school bus stops and its stop arm is extended. Remain stopped until the stop arm is retracted. Proceed with caution.
Contact your local law enforcement if you have any questions.
HELP KEEP OUR STUDENTS SAFE!
Notifications for School Delays & Cancellations
In order to receive notifications regarding weather cancellations and/or delays or changes to district activities, please subscribe to the GovDelivery service. Signing up is easy at: https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/IAEDU3375/subscriber/new. Screenshots are pictured below of the subscription process. If you need assistance, please contact: Lisa.Willis@kcsd.k12.ia.us or 641-842-6551 opt 1.
Attention Parents of 6th Grade and 11th Grade Students!
There are immunization updates required for students when they enter 7th grade and become seniors. Now is the time to think about getting the updates. There is no grace period so: Up-to-date immunization records (or a valid medical or religious exemption) must be turned in before the first day of school in the fall so your student can be in school.
- Entering 7th grade: in addition to the Tdap requirement already in place for 7th graders, there is a requirement for 1 dose of Meningococcal vaccine on or after 10 years of age and grade 7 if born after September 15, 2004.
- Entering 12th grade: the requirement is for TWO doses of Meningococcal vaccine for those entering 12th grade if born after September 15, 1999 OR 1 dose if received when the student is 16 years of age or older.
Immunization records can be turned in at the school office or faxed to the Knoxville Middle School: 641-842-5754 OR Knoxville High School: 641-842-2066. Forms can also be emailed to the school nurse at email@example.com. Please contact the nurse with any questions.
Community Partner Contributions
KCSD ADMIN. OFFICE
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