Hello parents!  Here is a new way to look at the daily announcements and maybe see your kiddos.  We will be putting announcements on with a new link for you to watch them every day.  In addition we will be sending out every other week on school messenger an email to parents of important information.  Please make sure to check this link and see what is going on each day for the week!  

Monday, October 16, 2017:    https://youtu.be/CAz1Bx13oaU
Excellence ticket winners today were Mitchell Bungum and Madison Allen.  Congratulations!
Community Service Day, tomorrow, Tuesday.  Please dress for the weather.
No school Wednesday, Thursday, Friday for students this week for MEA break.
Please no raman noodles down the sinks and drains as this is hard for our custodians to unclog.  Thank you!
Top 20 quote:  Today ask yourself, "Are my thoughts working in my best interest?"


Friday, October 13, 2017:    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46AYz1rMrBI

Mrs. Kyllo is excited to count our Excellence tickets this week….remember to be respectful, responsible, and safe..in the classroom, lunchroom, and hallways. Mrs. Kyllo will draw 2 names live on Monday...let’s earn those tickets!!

The KoMets girls soccer team beat La Crescent last night 3-0!!! They have advanced to the Section semi finals. Come out and support our girls tomorrow night at 7 pm at KM Telecom Stadium as they take on PEM! Good luck ladies!
TOMORROW the K-M Lions are having a scrap metal drive to benefit the Dodge County Food Shelf.  Get rid of anything metal at the Kasson American Legion from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
6A to Library today!

MEA Break is next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. No school for students!

Hours for the KM Fitness Center at the high school over MEA break are 8:00-10:00 AM and 3:00-5:00 PM for students 7th-12th.  You must have K-M Fitness Center Student Membership Agreement filled out and on file before using the facility.

5th Grade don’t forget Monday, the 16th, 5A is going to Quarry Hill and 5B is going to  Eagle Center for the day.

Community Service day for all grades will be Tuesday, the 17th!  We are excited to show school spirit out in our community!

The FUFL Cup will be Tuesday the 17th too!  Exciting day!

Happy Sunday Birthday to Ms. Katherine Anderson!
Our Top 20 Quote of the day….
Remember:  It’s okay to go Below the Line.  Everyone does sometimes.  We can visit Below the Line - we just don’t want to live there. Some people are almost always Below the Line and only visit Above the Line once in awhile.  That isn’t much fun for those people or the people they care about.  When you go Below the Line, what can you do to make sure it’s just for a short while?

 
Thursday, October 12, 2017:     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iU154SlUDoQ

Mrs. Kyllo is excited to count our Excellence tickets this week….remember to be respectful, responsible, and safe..in the classroom, lunchroom, and hallways. We are bound to “get caught” doing and being EXCELLENT! Mrs. Kyllo will draw 2 names live on Monday...let’s earn those tickets!!

Supervised hours for the KM Fitness Center at the high school over MEA break are 8:00-10:00 AM and 3:00-5:00 PM for students 7th-12th.  Also remember you must have K-M Fitness Center Student Membership Agreement filled out and on file before using the facility.

Komet Volleyball Club is an offseason JO volleyball program offering opportunities for KM volleyball players in 5th grade and above. There will be an informational meeting October 15, 2017 at 7:30 in High School Commons.  

6A to Kasson library TOMORROW.

The lost and found table in the commons next to the pop machine is getting very full.  Please stop by and look to see if anything belongs to you.  

After school athletes please pick up after yourselves!

Today is national Gumbo day.  Also it has been 2 days since the overwatch Halloween event started.

Wish congratulations to Miss Loney, the next time you see her she will be Mrs. Baumbach!

Our Top 20 Quote of the day….

It’s neither good nor bad to be Above or Below the Line.  It’s part of being human.  But there’s a big difference between living Above or Below the Line and visiting Above or Below the Line.  “Living” means our thinking stays there most of the time.  We can learn to live Above the Line even when bad things happen.  If we visit Below the Line, we don’t have to stay there.  Let’s do our best to live Above the Line today.


Wednesday, October 11, 2017:     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2M3Oy6YGsDU

On Saturday, October 14, 2017 the K-M Lions are having a scrap metal drive to benefit the Dodge County Food Shelf.  Get rid of your old stoves, washing machines, dryers, lawn mowers, cans, tillers, pipes - anything metal at the Kasson American Legion from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m
CP meets from 3:00-4:00 Monday through Thursday in the computer room next to the media center.  It is a great place to stay caught up on your homework.
Supervised hours for the KM Fitness Center at the high school over MEA break are 8:00-10:00 AM and 3:00-5:00 PM for students 7th-12th.  Also remember you must have K-M Fitness Center Student Membership Agreement filled out and on file before using the facility.
AWESOME JOB 8th Grade Knowledge Bowl participants yesterday.  Team Biohazard took 1st overall and we set a new school record!  
5th and 7th graders will have vision screening today.
7th and 8th graders will have “Living in a Digital World” presented to them today.
6A will be going to Kasson library tomorrow.
After school athletes please pick up after yourselves!

Our Top 20 Quote of the day….

When we are Above the Line, we see things differently than when we are Below the Line.  School is an example of this.  When we are Above the Line, we see school as an opportunity to learn and a time to be with our friends.  School helps us grow.  When we are Below the Line, we might see it as boring and a waste of time.  How will you see school today?  Do you want to see it as an opportunity or something you have to do?  It’s your choice.