Kent Library News
Books To Go!
If you need a new book just email me, Mrs. Jelen at email@example.com. If you have books at your house you need to return, you can bring them to the same cart where you pick up books – right outside the Kent gate when it's not raining and right in front of the library when it is. There are so many great new titles to check out!
Squawk Talk Looking for Book of the Day Submissions!
Has your child finished a book they loved and would highly recommend? Ask your child to record themselves promoting this book for our daily podcast, Squawk Talk. You can use the voice recording app on any phone or device, or vocaroo, a free online recording site. Submissions should be about a minute and a half and can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Book Donations needed!
Our grade level book bags have been a huge success... so much so that we are in desperate need of more donations! If you have any new or gently used books to donate, you can drop them off anytime during school hours outside the Kent gate or in front of the library. If your child needs new books to read, have them come and grab a bag from the grade level boxes right in front of the Kent gate. Books can be kept, passed on or returned. Thank you for helping us keep our students reading throughout this crazy time!
Kent Yearbook Information
Attention 8th graders!
We have just discovered that we will have room for our traditional baby photos for the yearbook! Unfortunately, there is not much time to get these in. If you would like to have your 8th grader's "cutest little baby face" included, please email digital copy to email@example.com no later than Friday, March 12th (hard deadline!) with their first and last name included in the email. Let's keep the tradition alive in this unique year!
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- For ordering help, call The Yearbook Order Center toll free at 866-287-3096 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Yearbook Order Center is open Monday through Friday, 8-a.m. to 5 p.m. (CST).
- Llama al 866-287-3096 si necesitas un operador en español.
Attention 8th Grade Families Attending Redwood High School Next Year
Are you interested in getting involved at Redwood High School next year? The Redwood High School PTSA is looking to recruit for the role of Parliamentarian. The Parliamentarian sits on the Executive Committee and attends those meetings. The role of Parliamentarian includes: assisting in setting the calendar for meetings, orienting the Executive Committee members to the By-laws, ensuring that meetings follow the Robert's Rules of Order, and kicking off the Nominating Committee to recruit the next year's board. A big perk of being on the PTSA Executive Committee is that Principal David Sondheim attends the meetings and you get to hear about what is going on at the school! Please contact Mandy Downing at email@example.com if interested!