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September Newsletter

Check out the September Newsletter here



-October events

-Wonderful Board Member articles

-Trick or Treat for UNICEF

-DCON theme announcement

-Key Club Week


Also, big shoutout to our very own Board Member, Hareem, for getting her article published in the DISTRICT newsletter for October!


Mini Laps

This is an event where students from The Little Light House make one lap around the track while announcers state all of the accomplishments and progress that the student has made throughout the year. This is a fundraiser for The Little Light House. We will need volunteers for set up, parking, directing traffic, helping with the carnival, and clean up. If you need any more information my email is

Math Tutoring

Hey guys! Mr. Rehanek needs volunteers that can help tutor math!

What do you do? Help tutor students up to Pre-Calculus. It is preferred that you have completed an Algebra II course, however anyone can help!

When are the tutoring sessions?

  • Tues. & Thurs. Before School from 8AM – 9AM
  • Wednesdays After School from 4PM – 5PM

Where is it? Mr. Rehanek’s Classroom, Building 6 Room 6135

Here is the google docs to the volunteer form!

If you have any questions, feel free to email me at or contacting me in Remind101!

Remind101: Text @k2khs to 81010 or enter it into the app!

Veterans Day Concert

Students with diverse backgrounds are needed to participate in a Veteran’s Day concert at the PAC on November 7 and 8. (This is not the same Veteran’s Day assembly that the high school presents during Advisory. It is a concert presented by Jenks East Elementary.)

You will wear traditional clothing (if applicable) from their country and will speak one line in your non-English native language. The line will be, “Let there be peace on Earth and let it begin with me.”

Students from many different language backgrounds are needed: Arabic, Burmese, Hindi, Chinese, Korean, Zomi, French, Russian, Spanish, ASL, or any other background.

You will need to perform during these times at the high school PAC:

·         Wednesday, November 7 during 1st and 3rd hour

·         Thursday, November 8 during 1st and 2nd hour

·         Thursday, November 8 7:00-8:30 PM

Please fill out this form if you are willing to help out in the Veteran’s Day concert! Thank you!


Please contact Laura Whitman 918-299-4415 x5129 or if you would like more details!

Key Club Shirts!!!

Key Club T-shirts are in!

If you have not received your Key Club t-shirt and you are a freshman, you can pick up your shirt from Ms. Morris – FA 2314.

If you have not received your Key Club t-shirt and you are a sophomore through senior, you can pick up your shirt from Mrs. Langley – Math and Science 216.

You are welcome to pick up your shirt before school, between classes, or during Advisory on Wednesday. Please do NOT interrupt class to pick up your shirt. Please pick up your shirt by Friday, October 5th.


****Remember, if you wear your Key Club shirt to the general meeting each month, you can get an extra point****

Fall Festival

Hello everyone,

West Elementary is having a Fall Festival Family Fitness Night on Monday, Oct. 22 from 4:30-6pm at the West Elementary bldg. E gym. This is a great opportunity to earn service hour. Sign up the link below!!

If you have any question, you can email me or Nikki Bayouth

email: or

Thank You!!

Zomi/Burmese Translator Needed for JWE, JNE, and JEE!!

Hi guys!! How have you all been so far since school start?  I’ve been quite busy. And I know you all have been busy too but if you could help me, we need some Zomi/Burmese translators for the elementary schools’ parents teacher conference.

If you could help, please sign up here >> <<

With your contact information, I will contact you the time you will need to be there.

After you sign up, whether it is with your phone or through the web at ,  text @81010 @ g94a7b

If you have any question, email me at .

—Thank you!!—

American Cancer Society: Cattle Barons’ Ball

The American Cancer Society Cattle Barons’ Ball is an annual western gala and charity event that supports the American Cancer Society that saves lives by helping people stay well and get well, by finding cures, and by fighting back against cancer.

They need Key Club volunteers 16 years and older to help in setting up and breaking down for the event but cannot have teen volunteers during the actual event.

Student volunteers must have their own car so they can help set up and break down.

Regarding event set up, there are time slots starting on Wednesday, September 19th from 5:30 PM-10:00 PM. This will entail loading the truck at the ACS office (4110 S 100th E Ave, Ste 101 in Tulsa) then follow the truck over to the Jones Airport (8605 S Elwood Ave in Tulsa) to unload. On Thursday, September 20th, there are shifts starting at 9:00 AM and going until 9:00 PM so you can sign up for any shifts you can make after school lets out. Thursday is all at Jones Airport.

The break down will be on Friday, September 21 from 10:30pm-1:00am (Clean up of the event, loading the truck, and assisting w/unloading at ACS office. Dude Crew shirt & late night snack provided. This is alright with Tulsa City Ordinance because it is a charitable event but make sure to check with your parents!

They just cannot have teens working during the event so make sure to sign up for anything on Wednesday, Thursday, or the Friday 10:30 pm shift.


Sign up here and read for more details.

For any questions, call or text (918) 902-2480

Hometown Huddle Volunteers

Key Club help is needed at the Hometown Huddle on Friday, September 28 at the Jenks Downtown Commons Park!

The Jenks Public Schools Foundation hosts the annual Hometown Huddle every September as a community-wide event to kick-start the football season. The Hometown Huddle is an event for the whole family; featuring a Jenks Pep Rally and Carnival-Style Block Party. The event is held on the south side of the Jenks Education Service Center in the new Downtown Commons and they need Key Club volunteers.

Sign up here and read for more details.

HallowMarine 2018

Mark your calendars for October 27-October 31, 2018 for the Oklahoma Aquarium’s annual HallowMarine event.

HallowMarine offers five nights of trick-or-treating in the Aquarium after hours, and we will need a lot of help manning candy, game, and activity stations.  There will be a link to sign up and I will post that once it goes live in early October.  I hope you are all able to be there.

In addition to this event, the Aquarium has regular long-term volunteer opportunities.

Long-term volunteers come in for 4 hour shifts twice a month, and work with the guests in the Aquarium to help educate and facilitate a great guest experience. These volunteers go through training and orientation, and clock in at the volunteer computer.

Long term volunteers need to fill out a volunteer application on the Aquarium website and attend an upcoming orientation.

There will be more events so check back to find out what’s happening.

Spread some cheer and VOLUNTEER!

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