The Accident Avoidance Workshop is a great class for new and inexperienced drivers. Only a few spots remain. AAW is also a KMHS PTSA Business Partner and gives the PTSA a cash donation for each student who enrolls in the course. A few spots may still be left. Inquire today.
Studies show the average time between accidents for experienced drivers is 15 years. For a teen, it’s 10 times more frequently. So the question isn’t “Will my student need this training?” … the question is “Will you have given your student the training before they need it?” Every fatal teen accident in the State of Georgia for the past three years could have been prevented by applying the content taught in the Accident Avoidance Workshops. Research has proven if your child dies before they’re 20, there’s more than a 50% chance a motor vehicle will be involved in that tragedy.
The KMHS Magnet Board is excited to announce the addition of a Magnet Academy Foundation wall mural to Kennesaw Mountain High School and encourage all parents and students to stop by the main hall, near the entrance of our school, to take a closer look. Keep an eye out for the official unveiling event
Please note that purchase procedures must be followed exactly for an expeditious acquisition of the parking decal:
- Student has parking application completely filled out
- All parking must be paid through mypaymentsplus.com.
All prior tickets must be paid in full before receiving a second semester decal.
- Present all paperwork between 1:00 – 3:00pm on January 3, 2018
PLEASE NOTE THAT A COPY OF CURRENT INSURANCE AND DRIVERS LICENSE MUST ACCOMPANY THE PARKING APPLICATION
All Cobb County Schools will be closed Monday, December 11, for both students and staff, due to continued power outages at multiple schools and poor travel conditions on secondary roads in the northern part of the county.
Great job Ashwin Kannan. Last month, Ashwin presented his study at The College of Computing and Software Engineering (CCSE) Computing Showcase (C-Day). C-Day is a biannual event that takes place at the end of fall and spring semesters where participating students showcase some of the richest activity at CCSD.
Thank you to Science Club members who cleaned up the mile of road in front of KMHS! Look for the Adopt-A-Road signs the next time you drive to KMHS.
Pictured: Jeremy Chen, Christina Woodrow, Shelby Broadwell and Maria Goncalves.
Carrington Parks represented KMHS and the city of Kennesaw, at the 73rd Georgia Youth Assembly from November 12 -14th. This program, opened by our Governor Nathan Deal, is designed to give high school students “experience in the operation of Georgia’s State Government.” Carrington not only had an opportunity to serve as a Committee Chair during this year’s event, she also won an award for the most Outstanding Bill. Carrington had to write, present, and defend her bill during the conference; the bill was passed during the mock
Have you ever wanted to see the Great Wall of China? Terra Cotta Warriors? Tiananmen Square? If so, come to China with Coach G in 2019. Just a few seats remaining so don’t delay as monthly payments will increase soon. See Coach G in room 221 or email him at Corey.Goldstein@cobbk12.org
Sibling Transfers – Parents/guardians of a student who has a sibling already enrolled in a District school through an approved transfer may apply for a younger sibling to attend the same school in accordance with District Administrative Rule JBCD-R. This provision attempts to address siblings enrolled in different schools at the same time due to an approved transfer. A sibling is defined as a brother, sister, step-brother, or step-sister living in the same household and who otherwise meets the requirements for enrollment. The application window for the 2018-2019 school year will be open from January 4, 2018 through January 31, 2018.
For more information about this opportunity, and for a link to the online application, click here.