Panther News

Summer School Information

Attention Parents: In an effort to keep your child on track for graduation, McKinley High School is offering a Summer Credit Recovery. During the summer, the East Baton Rouge Parish School System offers summer school at the parental expense of $250 per half-credit course. For a flat fee of $100, McKinley High will offer 4 weeks of online, on-campus, teacher-supervised, daily credit recovery courses through Edgenuity (E2020) to students who received an F grade in high school courses. While students can only earn one half-credit during the higher priced summer school session, students who participate in our summer session will ...
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School Uniforms

Dear Panther Family, We are excited to announce that McKinley High School uniform polo shirts will be available for purchase exclusively at the school for the 2017-2018 school year! Our required uniform policy is a school issued uniform polo shirt with the school logo and khaki pants. *In an effort to remain unified, the purchase of a hooded sweatshirt is MANDATORY and will be the only type of outerwear that will be acceptable throughout the school year. ALL STUDENTS are required to adhere to the uniform policy as follows: 9th grade-Black polo shirt with school logo, remaining grade levels-Blue, White, ...
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MCK Cheer Results

mck cheerleading results (click the link to open) ...
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Bus Trip to Hammond

Girls Basketball Scotlandville vs. McKinley March 2, 2017 at 4:45 p.m. $15.00 Round Trip (Tickets must be purchased at the arena) Click Here to Pay Online The charter bus will leave at 2:45 p.m. on March 2, 2017 ...
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McK Impress at LA Model United Nation

McKinley High Y&G Club posing with their Premiere Delegation Trophy. On the first weekend of December, McKinley High School’s Youth and Government Club attended an annual fall conference, Model United Nations. The McKinley delegation represented a wide variety of countries: China, Sweden, Argentina, and Colombia. These countries were represented in three councils of the United Nations: General Assembly (GA), Economic and Social (Ecosoc), and Security (Sec). McKinley was done proud by the high caliber of debate brought by their Youth and Government Program on a wide range of topics across all three councils ranging from Russian Territorial Expansion in Security ...
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Sidewalk Science

In our school system, we frequently hear students complain about school lunches. This ultimately leads to students purchasing junk food from concessions and other sources; however, for one class here at McKinley High, it was one of their “short term” endeavors to try and combat this epidemic. Roughly three weeks ago, McKinley High’s very own Junior English Amped class carried out a research experiment dubbed “Sidewalk Science.” As explained by Vincent Honey, a student in the class, “English Amped is a sort of cooperative learning experience; as its name implies, it is English on an amplified level.” The class itself ...
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Key Club Week

This week is Key Club Week! From November 2nd to the 6th, Key Club will be hosting various activities. Monday is Show Your K Every Way. Key Club members are encouraged to wear Key Club shirts or any service shirts. On Tuesday, Key Clubbers should bring their trick-or-treat for UNICEF boxes to ask for donations to cure maternal neonatal tetanus. Connect the K’s is on Wednesday. During lunch, students can write a pledge to help their community in some way, and these will be taped onto the office wall. Thursday is Kudos to the Key Players, to thank all Key ...
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Edward Pratt: How to get home from a police stop

Edward Pratt: How to get home from a police stop | Columnists | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, Louisiana <img src="https://d5nxst8fruw4z.cloudfront.net/atrk.gif?account=0uqli1aUCm000M" style="display:none" height="1" width="1" alt=""/> Last Saturday morning, I gathered up my camera equipment and headed to my church to take a few photographs at a program called “A Gathering of Neighborhood Boys.” The idea behind the event was to have a young African-American speaker inspire boys from elementary to high school to commit to their education. Another speaker would talk to them about a timely subject — what to do when you are stopped by a law enforcement officer ...
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