News & Announcements
Hey STA! Tomorrow, Friday, May 15 will be the last day for Starcups for this year. So plan to come -- and bring a friend because all drinks are buy 1 get 1 free while supplies last! Thanks for your patronage and we hope to see you next year! Good luck with finals and have a great summer!
Are you and your friends looking for an opportunity to earn service hours over the summer?
Help will be needed in the Star Shop in June with uniform shirt orders and Orientation in August.
Email or moodle message Mrs. Warwick for details. It's a fun, great way to help STA!
Seniors, your netbooks must be turned in by Thursday, May 14th, in order to participate in Class Day.
End of Year Sale!
Stop by the Star Shop during the month of May for great prices on Spirit Jerseys, Monogrammed Pocket Tees and Monogrammed Fitted Tanks. On sale while quantities last. The Star Shop will be open from 3:00-4:00 through the end of the school year.
- Interested in learning the criminal justice system first hand while you work with area attorneys and law students?
- Want to reach out and help your peers while making a difference in your community?
- If so, you do not want to miss this informational meeting to learn how to get involved with Kansas City Youth Court.
- Be sure to tell your advisor if you plan to attend this meeting so they won't be expecting you for lunch in advisory
Questions, contact Mrs. McKee.
SPRING IS HERE! - Check out the Star Shop for great new merchandise. Just in time for graduation and Grandparents Day. Visit us after school Mondays - Thursdays.
All students are required to be in full uniform on Wednesday, April 22 for the awards ceremony. Ceremony will be held at 9am in the gym. (Full uniform means your STA sweater.)
MAGIC = Mentoring a Girl in Construction
MAGIC Camp 2015
June 1-5, 2015
The Builders' Association Training Center
105 W 12th Ave
North Kansas City MO 64116
Magic Summer Camp is designed to offer high school girls the opportunity to learn about the countless avenues of employment for women in the construction industry and to engage them via hands-on training in the basic skills of carpentry, electrical, masonry, concrete, and welding. This opportunity to perform the challenging tasks of basic construction skills and to experience the exhilaration of successfully performing difficult tasks builds their self-confidence and self-image.