Presentation on theme: "More. What is Natural Day? Natural day is a day dedicated to loving who you are, as you are. A day dedicated to embracing your natural beauty, by."— Presentation transcript:
What is Natural Day? Natural day is a day dedicated to loving who you are, as you are. A day dedicated to embracing your natural beauty, by going “all natural,” meaning doing nothing to change your natural physical appearance.
Why is Natural Day important? Natural Day is important because today in our world there’s so much emphasis put on physical appearance, that for one day we want to put it all aside. It’s a day to come together and love one another for who we are.
How does Natural Day impact our school? Although it appears to seem that it doesn’t make a difference; we’ve gotten personal feedback from students from our school. Lives have been affected positively from this day; and to us, one person makes this whole project worth it.
Not only does Natural Day affect our school; but it’s slowly impacting the world. CCountries now participating in Natural day: The United States, The UK, Netherlands, Brazil, France, Mexico, Sweden, Portugal, Canada, Germany, Mauritius, Peru, Argentina, Columbia, Cyprus, Finland, Bosnia, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Algeria, Norway, Spain, Belgium.
The best part is, Klein Collins is where it all began. This huge movement all started in a small town in Texas.
Klein Collins High School and Klein Oak High School Presents: “The Museum” A Tri-Wen Production A Black History Month Presentation Wednesday, February 25, @ 7pm at Klein Collins Auditorium Admission is Free and All are Invited to Attend
MR. C LLINS PAGEANT TICKETS ARE N SALE F R $10!! WHEN: Feburary 13 @ 7:00 WHERE: Klein Collins Auditorium
The Road Not Taken Reflections on African American History Sundra Kincey, Doctoral Candidate Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Office of Minority Affairs Presentation Florida State University February 23, 2006
Edit the text with your own short phrase. Move the sparkles as you like. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. Note: This animation looks best on a dark background. Who was the first African American to play major league baseball and be elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame? Write down your answer and be sure to include your name. Drop it off in the box outside the front office. We’ll find out the answer tomorrow during the announcements. Today’s African American Trivia Question…
Celebrate Black History Month It is the mind that makes the body. -Sojourner Truth
Celebrate Black History Month You can take from every experience what it has to offer you. And you cannot be defeated if you just keep taking one breath followed by another. -Oprah
Celebrate Black History Month The future belongs to those who prepare for it today. -Malcolm X
BLOOD DRIVE FRIDAY FEBRUARY 27 TH SIGN UP FOR THE BLOOD DRIVE AT ALL 3 LUNCHES THROUGH FEBRUARY 24 TH FIRST COME FIRST SERVE FOR SIGN UP TIMES. SPACE LIMITED
AMERICAN C KIE COMPANY VALENTINE C KIE SALE WHEN: At all lunches February 9 th thru 11 th DELIVERY: Friday February 13 th 12:30 thru 3:00 PM COURTESY OF THE KLEIN COLLINS GOLF TEAM Slices and Cakes range from $6 to $28
College Preview Days – Register on college website Abilene Christian University – Wildcat Preview Day – Feb 13, Mar 20 Art Institute of Houston - Feb 21 Stephen F. Austin – Showcase Saturday – Feb 28, Mar 28 Texas A & M – Information Day – Feb 14 Saturday Texas A & M/Corpus Christi – Island Day – Feb 7, Apr 18 Texas A & M/Galveston – Sea Aggie Preview – Feb 20 Texas A & M/ Prairie View – Campus Preview Day - Feb 22, 8-2 Texas Christian University – Monday at TCU- Feb 16, Mar 2, 30, Apr 27 Texas State – Bobcat Day – Feb 28, Apr 11 University of Houston/Downtown – Open House – Coming Soon University of Houston/Victoria –Feb 28 University of North Texas – Preview Weekend –Feb 21 This is not a complete listing. Seniors should contact their prospective college/websites for more information.
French Club Feb. 17 th !!! Room 405 After School 2:30-3:30 Celebrating Mardi Gras with mask decorating and king’s cake
February in the Library “Blind Date with a Book” Come by the library and select a blind date book to read. Read the book and rate the “date”.
Edit the text with your own short phrase. Move the sparkles as you like. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. Note: This animation looks best on a dark background. OverDrive is Here! KCHS Tigers now have a new way to read e-books! Read books in a browser, on a tablet, phone or other mobile devices. Go to: http://kleinisdes.lib.overdrive.comhttp://kleinisdes.lib.overdrive.com See a librarian for details.
Attention NHS Members Purchase your graduation STOLE ASAP in rm 415 - see announcements in BB $20 CASH only
HOUSTON NATIONAL COLLEGE FAIRHOUSTON NATIONAL COLLEGE FAIR DATE: FEBRUARY 12, 2015 TIME: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM PLACE: NRG Center