Kodiak High School Building

Daily Bulletin – Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Nov 23, 2021

Attention Students! Join us next Tuesday (Nov. 23) at lunch for an epic song battle. Singing starts at noon. Help your friends win the trophy by cheering on your dream team. Everyone is welcome to join in and cheer in the world language of your choice, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, and French. Go bi/tri-lingual Bears go!

Gather up your air mattress, beanbag chairs, and blankets, and join KHS for movie night in the gym. On Tuesday Nov. 23 KHS Student Council will be showing Surf’s Up in the gym. This is a free event for all KHS Students. The front doors will open at 7:30 and the movie starts at 8pm. Mask will be required for this event. There will be refreshments for purchase. For questions see Ms. Bender or Mrs. Glenn. See you at the movies!

Attention all of you talented students out there! Kodiak’s Got Talent auditions are coming up in December! Grab your friends and start brainstorming some fun and talented acts. Look for fliers around the school and stay tuned for more information.

Calling All Artists Anyone need new art supplies? Mr. Harrington is seeking creatively motivated students to help paint KANA buildings with winter themed window murals. This is a paid project! Participating artists will receive a custom order of art supplies of their choice. All are welcome—you do not have to be currently enrolled in Art class to participate! Interested students should drop into the Art room at lunch to speak with Mr. Harrington.

Hey Students You can see the movie Ghostbusters Afterlife for donation to the food bank, they will have a special showing on Friday Nov. 26 at 2 pm, (doors open at 1:30)! 12 and younger can get in for 3 non-perishable items, and 13 and older can get in for 5 non-perishable items.(or you can enter for $5) All food donations go to the salvation Army food bank. The first 50 people in the door will get a FREE small popcorn.

read after the pledge … Everyone, take a moment to check yourselves for any signs or symptoms of sickness. Do you have a fever, chills, cough, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion, runny nose, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea? If you are experiencing any symptoms, even if they are mild, notify your teacher or a school nurse immediately. If you notice any symptoms as the day progresses, notify a teacher or a school nurse immediately.