Cash and check orders for yearbooks are due on Tuesday, February 28. Yearbooks are $15.00 each and checks should be made payable to Ripcho Studio. On-line orders will continue until March 15.
Be sure to order your yearbook now!
Please call the school office if you have any questions.
Our very own Walls Rider Choir, directed by music teacher Ms. Linder, will be singing the national anthem at the opening of the KSU men’s basketball game on Tuesday evening, February 7.
The game begins at 7:00 p.m. at the KSU MAC Center. Choir students should report to the MAC Center at 6:30 p.m.
Everyone is invited to stay and enjoy the exciting game!
The Walls Jump Rope Team, lead by PE teacher Mr. Satola, will be performing for the Elementary Family Fun Basketball Night at the Boys’ Varsity basketball game against Revere this Friday, February 3, at Roosevelt High School. The game begins at 7:30, and the Jump Rope Team will perform during half time. You may also see the Junior Varsity game which begins at 6:00 p.m.
All K-5 students can purchase student presale tickets for $1 in the office on Thursday, February 2, and Friday, February 3.
Come for family fun night and see our wonderful jump rope team in action!
The annual Northeast Ohio STEM Alliance Project Fair was held on Saturday, January 21, 2017, in the Kent State University Student Center Ballroom. Students in grades 5-12 participated from local area school districts. One of the students was Walls 5th grader, Adam Khan. Adam received a superior rating for his physics project, The Interaction of Light and Liquid Crystals. Adam received the STEM Star Award for placing in the top of the physics category and will advance to the Western Reserve District 5 Science Day to be held at The University of Akron in March.
“Kent City Schools is very proud of Adam for representing our district with the highest degree of distinction and for sharing his passion for STEM opportunities. Adam is the first elementary student, in our district, to be awarded this prestigious honor,” said Gifted Specialist & STEM Project Advisor, Chip Hawks.
Join us for an Hour of Code on December 10 from 1:00-2:00 p.m. at the Roosevelt High School Media Center.
What is the Hour of Code? A one-hour introduction to computer science. Students and teachers can choose from a variety of activities for kindergarten and up. Activities work on any modern browser, tablet, smart phone, or even with no computer at all!
Click on the images below to see the flyer.