Student drivers should bring in the completed Permit Application along with driver’s license, proof of insurance, and registration. Forms are available online. Please bring to Mrs. Smith in Room C- 106.
LifeTouch will be taking student pictures for Yearbook and Powerschool:
Traditional students: October 7 – 8 during English class for grades 9-10-11
Virtual students: 2:30 – 6 PM October 7 – 8 More info to come later about appointments
Prestige Portraits will be taking Senior Portraits October 7 – 9 during after school hours from 2:30 – 6:30 PM and Saturday, October 10 from 9 AM – 4 PM. Please see the attached information regarding making appointments for Senior Portraits.
Attention all current student drivers: All students driving to school at this time must register their car with the school. Download a parking application form or you may pick up a parking permit form in the front office, the library, or Room C-106 after September 1. Student drivers are allowed to park in the STADIUM LOT ONLY. Parking in the faculty lot, the middle school, or the softball field will result in tickets, fines, and possible towing. KHS Criminal Justice students serve as parking patrol throughout the school year. Information and application forms are available at the website linked below.
All student parking permits are $10 this year. Make checks payable to Kenwood High. See Mrs. Smith in room C-106 if you have questions.
Students and parents can browse through the school counselors’ website to get the information they need for counseling resources, graduation requirements, and for post-secondary college and career planning.
June 30 is the deadline for students to sign in to My AP and indicate the college, university, or scholarship program that should receive their free score report. There are many benefits to sending scores now—namely, saving time and money on college tuition:
• For students attending college in the fall, using their free score send is the best way to make sure the school of their choice receives official scores in time to award them the credit and/or placement that they’ve earned. It also helps them register for the right courses.
• For students in their freshman, sophomore, and junior year, sending a score report helps them stand out to colleges because it indicates an early interest in those schools.
A student’s score report will include their AP scores from this year and any previous years. Students receive one free score send each year that they take an AP Exam, but if they want to send AP scores to additional colleges, they can do so for a fee. Details about how students should submit their scores are on the AP Scores website.
All CMCSS high school online graduation celebrations will be posted on www.cmcss.net and social media on Thursday, May 21 at 4 p.m. Although the district planned to release these videos at the times and dates of the originally scheduled ceremonies for each school, we want to celebrate the district’s almost 2,400 graduates in unity. Be sure to watch when you can and share this info with your friends!
The Class of 2020 Graduates attending APSU and TSU will have their ACT score requirement waived for the Summer/Fall 2020 semester in response to the COVID Pandemic and students’ inability to take/retake scheduled spring tests.