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We are headed outside to celebrate another year and another group of seniors at Kell High School!  It seems like this year FLEW by and the summer will FLY BY also.  So make every minute count and don’t waste time as you enjoy life and those around you.  We are all very blessed to be here in this wonderful area and state and nation where we can still enjoy all the freedoms that have been given to us.  Never forget how good we have it.

Concentrate on final exams and do the very best you can for the last few days of school.  Keep those grades up and zeros OUT.

My contact information is: and the number is 678-494-7844

Up-Coming Dates:

May 18            Baccalaureate

May 20            Night of Percussion and STOMP

May 22            State Golf Tournament

May 23            Graduation 3:30 (All Teachers)

May 24            Last Day of School (Dismissal 11:30 on the 22nd, 23rd, and 24th – busses run @ 11:30 on the 23rd and 24th)



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It really bothers me to see what is happening at our school.  We are just finishing up EOCs but we are NOT finished with the school year.  I understand that it is a HUGE relief, but classes are still in session. We see students in classes sleeping, shutting down, and totally checking out.  And you are almost rude in your behavior….you must be on your best behavior and you must stay awake and pay attention to your teacher.  That is the least you can do.  LISTEN and it may even help you on your finals!!  Please be courteous and remember we are here for you and when you are rude, it makes us not want to be here with you.  Give respect to get respect.  PLEASE.

My contact information is: and the number is 678-494-7844

Check out Coach Cross’ blog and also Ms. LeBrun’s blog for information on teamed classes.

 Yearbook Distribution   Spring Fling – May 12
1   8:20 – 9:10
2   9:15 – 10:05
4 Exams in 4A 10:10 – 11:40
3 Exams in 3A 11:45 – 1:52
A Lunch  CTAE; Social Studies 11:40 – 12:10
B Lunch Math 12:15 – 12:44
C Lunch English; W Languages 12:49 – 1:18
D Lunch Fine Arts; PE; ROTC 1:23 – 1:52
Yearbook Distribution

Spring Fling

Report to Advisement

Announced by Administration

1:57 – 3:30


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Make sure you are getting rest and some studying done maybe?????  The next few weeks are exciting to say the least, but they are sooo important – Monday starts the EOC tests and after that, we will prepare for the final exams.  You have to be 100% and if teachers are letting you do projects and make up work, TAKE ADVANTAGE of this!!!!  FINISH STRONG and try your best.  You won’t regret it.   🙂

Academic Signing Day:

is an event designed to celebrate the academic achievement and success of the senior class.  Similar to the ritual of an athletic signing day, senior scholars will be recognized as they publicly “sign” a certificate of commitment to the college or university that they plan to attend in the fall of 2017. 

For the past two years, this event was held in the evening.  This year, in an effort to attract more participation, the event will be held in the theater, May 10th at 9:00 am.  Seniors who have submitted a participation form, along with their respective letter of acceptance, will be allowed to participate. 

On May 8th, you will receive a list of seniors who are participating. The event will last one hour and breakfast will be served immediately following the signing.  Therefore, you should expect seniors to return to class some time during 2nd block.  When the event is over, you will receive an email indicating that they should be back in class.

If you are off during 1st block, we encourage you to consider attending the event.  It is a beautiful ceremony and we are sure your students will be happy to see you.  Additionally, if you would like to volunteer to help out, we would greatly appreciate it.

If you have any questions regarding the event, please reach out to someone in the counseling department directly

My contact information is: and the number is 678-494-7844

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As we near the end of the year and the semester, it is crucial that you try your very best, especially on the EOC,  if you have one in a particular subject.  It is such a big percentage of your grade and you HAVE to take it seriously.  It is not that difficult IF you have been listening all semester and if you have done okay on your tests and quizzes.  And then you will be relieved when it is over,  BUT you will still have the finals on the last days of school.  You have to hang in there and stay strong until the last exam is taken. Be here every day and pay attention and don’t sleep during class!!!    AND….. no zeros.

My contact information is : and the number for Kell is 678-494-7844

Final Exam Schedule




SENIOR EXAMS – Thursday, May 11 – Tuesday, May 16

Thursday, May 11: 1B & 2B Exams Monday, May 15:3B/3rd Block and 4B/4th Block Exams
Friday, May 12: 3A & 4A Exams Tuesday, May 16: 1A/1st Block and 2A/2nd Block Exams*

*Tuesday, May 16 is an early dismissal day for Seniors only. Seniors must leave campus at the end of 2nd block.

9th – 11th Grade Exams – Friday, May19 – Wednesday, May 24


May 19


May 22

May 23

May 24

  8:20 – 9:54 1ST & 2ND PERIOD CLASSES MEET AS NORMAL 1st PERIOD Regular Class


1st Period Exam
(including 1B Exam)
3rd Period Exam
(including 3A Exam)
  10:00 – 11:40 2nd PERIOD Regular Class


2nd Period Exam
(including 2B Exam)
4th Period Exam
(including 4A Exam)
  11:46 – 1:50 3rd PERIOD Regular Class


Lunch served 11:45 – 12:15

Study Hall in specific locations for the remainder of the day


(Sack lunches will be available for students at dismissal.)

  1:56 – 3:30 4th PERIOD Regular Class




NOTE: Please pay close attention to bus departure times; students are NOT allowed to remain on campus after buses dismiss, and buses will not run again at the end of the day.



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Wow.  This year has flown by, don’t you agree?? I have been on your case all year about Zero the Hero…..NOT!!!  Make SURE you do not have ANY zeros – there is just no place for them in your life.  Please please please keep your grades up, especially you seniors!!!!  It is soooo important that you stay alert and don’t have any textbooks out, or any bad grades because these are the things that will keep you from WALKING ACROSS THAT STAGE… You got me????


Hi Everyone, Sprayberry High School is hosting the annual Cobb EMC “Egg Drop” this Saturday.  There will be more than 90,000 eggs and candy for the various hunts. The funds raised from the Egg Drop go to support both the Shop with a Yellow Jacket and the Shop with a Longhorn programs for Sprayberry and Kell High Schools. Last year more than $13,000.00 went right back in to the community from the event.


COBB EMC Egg Hunts – located on Sprayberry football field.

-11:30 a.m. Ages three and under Egg Hunt

-Noon – Special Needs Hunt presented by C&S Paving

1:30 Helicopter drops eggs

-1:45 p.m. Ages four to seven Egg Hunt

-2:00 p.m. Special Needs Hunt presented by C&S Paving

-3:30 p.m. Ages eight to 10 Egg Hunt

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It’s finally here – that time where even if you don’t have anywhere to go, you make arrangements to go the beach because everybody else is and you don’t want to be left out…. Me?  I’m going to Pensacola because I want to go and I used to live there and the sand is white and the gulf breeze is ALWAYS blowing.  What’s there NOT to like??    I’m not leaving today though and I’m glad.  Today marks the opening of Suntrust Park and after the fire on Interstate 85 last night and with all the people leaving to go out of town for Spring Break…. well the interstate will be at a standstill.  Good Luck out there today and this evening.

Be ready to come back and Hunker down for the last weeks of school – please get rid of you zeros and stay strong until the end of the YEAR! Here is my information if you need anything:  and the number is 678-494-7844




If your student is a sophomore or junior with a GPA of 3.5 or higher, they may qualify to be inducted into the Kell High School Chapter of the national BETA Club.  Applications may be picked up (in room 2212) beginning March 17, 2017 and will be due back by April 12, 2017.  If chosen, there is a one-time $35 membership fee.  There will be a formal induction ceremony for new members on May 4, 2017 at 5:30pm.  Please email if you have questions.

Save the Date for

Kell High School Class of 2017 Baccalaureate


Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 6:30pm

Piedmont Baptist Church

570 Piedmont Road NW

Marietta, Georgia


This is a non-denominational celebration for

Kell Seniors and their family and friends. No tickets are required for attendance.


Seniors must wear their cap and gowns and need to arrive by 6:00pm. 


May 23rd


@ KSU 


Order your

YearBook Now

Don’t Miss Out on the Kell High School Yearbook!

Only 450 yearbooks ordered, make sure to secure your copy now!  Only $95 until March 31st.  The price goes up $100, bring cash or check to Mrs Tucker, room 2205.

Keheley Celebration Walk for our seniors is

May 19th

1 – 3:30pm.

All senior alumni of Keheley ES invited, wear cap & gown.

The Learning Island, our partner in education, has opening for the upcoming ACT prep  classes.  All classes will be held at Kell on Tuesdays and Thursdays and go for six weeks.  We are offering a discounted price of $399 which is all inclusive.


ACT Test date: June 10, 2017

Classes start: April 11th


Tuesday & Thursday


To register go to and click on Kell tab or call 678-224-6703.



Grad Splash Bash 5/12:

 Do you have or know a

graduating senior looking for a night of celebration?

Join the Georgia Aquarium May 12th after the aquarium

closes for a night celebrating accomplishments of

graduating seniors! All aquarium galleries will be open

from 9:30pm-11:00pm.

At 11:00pm, the party really gets started with a special

DJ, games, treats, photos, and more in our Oceans

Ballroom. Bust a move with whale sharks and make

memories with friends! Learn more




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Hey now,

We have one more week and then spring break and then 5 more weeks and that’s it !!!  We have plenty to get done and not a lot of time to do it, but PLEASE do not stop yet.  Check in with your teachers to see what you can make up and bring up.  You will be SO glad you did.  Stay strong until the end and reap the benefits of working hard and having a good attitude.

My information is and the school number is 678-494-7844 .  I will help you with anything you need.

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THE prom, March Madness, Spring Break


Lots to do!!!  I can’t wait for the PROM… I love to see all the dresses and how well everyone “cleans up” !!  I hope everyone has a good time.  And March madness…I don’t really know what I’m doing, just like coaching basketball, but I love the sport and all the excitement that comes with it.  And Spring Break….ahhhhhhhh. Just to get in the car and drive to the nearest sand – nothing like it in this world.  Why is it that the sound of waves and water can just make you forget about ALL your troubles and take you away, just like Calgon?

Ok back to life, back to reality.  GET YOUR GRADES UP – time is flying by and you want to be sitting at an A or at least a B – no C’s, D’s or F’s and certainly NO Zeros.  Get on it and you’ll be FI….Totes Cool…. Bruh.    How’m I doing?????

Here’s some important info:


Longhorn March Madness Challenge

You HAVE TO submit your picks by 12:00 today – so put down that cup of coffee, give your kids a mind-numbing worksheet to kill some time, and get on this!

It is completely FREE, and you just follow these 4 steps:

  1. Go to
  1. In the Join Password box, enter: longhorn (all lower case)
  1. Fill out the form information, including your personal username and password. (this information will NOT be shared for spam email)
  1. Make and change your picks before today at noon!


2016-17 Basketball Awards Banquet!

You and your family are invited to celebrate our season and successes on Monday, March 27, at 7:00p.m. in the Kell high school cafeteria.

Rather than providing a buffet dinner, we will be serving drinks and dessert (cake and cookies) so please plan to grab dinner beforehand.  We will begin promptly at 7:00 pm with awards presentations for our players by each coaching staff.  The program should conclude by 9:00 pm that evening.

We have a great deal to celebrate, and look forward to seeing you at the banquet!


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Well, talk about a scary 15 minutes…..not knowing what was going on but being told we are in a “Code Red” and to lock the doors and turn out the lights… I was with my small group reading a test in Astronomy and after the shock of it, we sprang into action.  But we learned that we were too loud.  You almost have to quit talking and start using gestures to get things done.  We actually put a table against the door and then added a file cabinet to block the door.  After about 15 minutes, we were cleared to come out of the Code Red and to resume our day.  I was so thankful to be alive and to have my students with me be okay.  Our principal and administrators did a great job of jumping into action and protecting our school and our property.  Thanks to everyone for cooperating and being flexible in this stressful situation.

So since it’s back to normal, get rid of your zeros and get your grades up.  Did you think I would FORGET??????

My contact information is and the number is 678-494-7844

Here is some info from Chung and the blogs from my teamed classes:


Hope your day is starting well. I just wanted to let you know that we will be offering a breakout session at the QUEST fair specifically for students w/disabilities and their college transition.


The session will be at 6pm and my great friend, Kathryn Sax, from Pope will be leading it so please share w/our kids and parents as you can. Kathryn has two sons in college that have had to navigate quite a bit so she will be able to offer both the parent and counseling perspective.


Breakout Session Time Location Speaker/Contact info
UGA 6:00 – 6:30pm

6:45 – 7:15pm

7:30 – 8:00pm

Band Room


Ms. Susan B Byus

UGA Regional Recruiter

Kennesaw State Univ. 6:00 – 6:30pm
6:45 – 7:15pm
Architecture Room


Mr. Ross Hegenwald IV

Admission Counselor/Veterans Recruiter

Kennesaw State University

Transition to College for students with Learning Disabilities 6:00 – 6:30pm Main Art Room


Mrs. Kathryn Sax

Pope HS counselor

Navigating Financial Aid: Finding Dollars with your Scholar 6:30 – 7:00pm Main Art Room


Ms. Maureen Foley

GSU Counseling Intern


How to Find the Perfect College For You 6:30 – 7:00pm
7:30 – 8:00pm
Graphic Arts Room


Mrs. Jennifer Hoyer

Academic Solutions


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Do you realize how time is flying by??? Please keep up with your assignments and keep those zeros to… well, zero.  Do NOT fall behind because it will be very difficult to catch back up.  Here are the blogs from our classes and some helpful information from counseling.  My information is and the number is 678-494-7844


Astronomy PPT’s

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Ch. 1 Intro to astronomy


Ch. 3 Moon features 2017-28p1w9f

Ch. 4 History Astronomy-16dd46t





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