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Jefferson, Kennedy students named National Merit Scholar semifinalists

Six seniors from Bloomington’s Jefferson and Kennedy high schools have been named semifinalists in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program. Charles Maki, Max Mallinger, Ryan Martz, Amelia Miller, Isabella Phan and Emily Wammer are candidates for a merit scholarship to be awarded early next year.

Our Freshmen Retreat is just around the corner!

We want all freshmen to take advantage of this opportunity to meet other freshmen, get connected to our junior and senior mentors and be a part of building a positive school climate!
 
  • Freshmen students will be bused to Mount Olivet Youth Center during the school day on Tuesday, September 25 or Tuesday, October 2.
  • Freshmen students will be assigned a day based on their English teacher and hour.  Students should ask their English teacher what day they will be attending
  • Cost is $25.  Checks should be made out to ISD 271.
  • Students in need of a scholarship should see their counselor.
  • There will be Music, Food & Fun!
Many Freshmen students signed-up for the retreat on Kennedy Connect Day or in their English class.  Attached you will find a permission slip if needed.  Forms should be turned into the counseling office or English teacher.  For more information about the Youth Frontier Respect Retreat for freshmen, go to www.youthfrontiers.org/respect-retreat/
 
Don't miss out!!! Sign up ASAP!

Kennedy inducts five new members to Athletics Hall of Fame

Bloomington Kennedy High School inducted five new members to its Athletics Hall of Fame during halftime of last Friday’s football game against Waconia High School.