#2 Jacobs Gulch
Kellogg ID 83837
Curt-Randall Bayer, Principal
Dick Schreiber, Activities Director
Idaho Public Television Special - Journey to College 2015
Aired: 01/26/2015, 01:26:50
Idahoans who end their education in high school can expect to earn only half as much as those with a four-year degree, yet fewer than 47 percent of the state’s high school graduates enroll in a two- or four-year program. Why are Idaho’s high school students not going on to college? JOURNEY TO COLLEGE looks at some roadblocks to higher education and suggests solutions for students and parents.
Here is the link to the online video, please feel free to share with anyone who might be interested in viewing.
If you have an interest in government and current events, you have a strong academic standing, and have a desire to learn, the Girls State program may be right for you!
This program helps develop leadership while providing education about our system of government. Two delegates from Kellogg High School will be chosen to attend a week long training this summer. For more information visit: https://idahogirlsstate.wordpress.com/about/.
Applications for this program are due byto Ms. Johnson.
We are excited to announce that Kellogg High School is partnering with the Idaho PTECH Network.
The Idaho PTECH Network is a partnership between industry, high schools and community colleges that prepares students for careers in Idaho’s high growth industries, including aerospace/ advanced manufacturing, technology and healthcare. As a PTECH school, we are proud to have several students going through the first year of the program.
PTECH students work directly with a PTECH Coach who guides students through careful selection of high school courses, online college courses taken while in high school, community college degree and certificate programs, and job shadows or internships. And the best part is, students earn associates degrees or industry-approved credentials at community colleges at no cost to them or their parents. Even the use of textbooks and a laptop are free!
The program is funded by the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Foundation and is currently in its beta year with more than 150 juniors and seniors from six participating Idaho high schools.
For more information or to get involved, please contact Molly Huckaby, Direct of School Services at (208) 290- 8399 (firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit www.IdahoPTECH.org.
Take time to look at this web link!
KHS Media Center has a brand new online catalog. This is a dramatic change for the way we can offer services to our patrons. Through our new website you can search for library materials at home on your home computer, laptop or smartphone. Our automated card catalog is located on all KHS Media Center computer stations, and is readily available by opening the Google Chrome feature. Because the website and catalog all work from the same source, looking for materials and status is as easy as can be. Included in this new program are many different sources for a reader to look through our Media Center collection. The URL for this new and advanced feature of the Media Center is as follows: khs.ksd.kari.opalsinfo.net/bin/home.
Please visit the link and explore what all your KHS Library has to offer!