Ann J. Kellogg

 

A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRINCIPAL:

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the " Ann J. Experience". The faculty and staff join me in saying we're happy to have you as part of the family. Our philosophy is based on the idea that the purpose of education is to provide a continuation of essential learning. It is our ultimate goal to supply each student with basic facts and experiences which will aid our youth in becoming self-sufficient individuals mentally, physically, socially, and morally so that they can meet the demands  of a rapidly changing society. It is essential to instill in each student, the importance of worth and to create a positive self-image through the personal development of initiative, resourcefulness, and responsibility.

 

It is also the intent of the faculty to lead students toward being disciplined, productive, informed, and fulfilled individuals. To acheive these ideals, mutual respect and understanding must be present in the learning process on the part of all stakeholders--the faculty, students, parents and the community. Together, we can create positive and productive experiences for our students! 

 


  GREAT NEWS!!!

 

Ann J. Kellogg school shares in $5 million tech grant

Battle Creek Enquirer 

(March 18, 2014)


Ann J. Kellogg wins grant to buy tablets for students

Battle Creek Shopper 

(March 20, 2014) 

 



MISSION AND VISION 

MISSION 

The Ann J. Kellogg family will work together to maintain high academic and behavioral expectations through an intense process of assessment, evaluation, planning and instruction. The families and staff of Ann J. Kellogg will ensure all students reach their fullest academic, behavioral and emotional potential.

 

VISION 

All students attending Ann J. Kellogg will be academically competitive, personally skilled, and equipped with the attitudes and understanding needed for success in an evolving global society.


 

Here at Ann J. Kellogg, we practice the 3R's and the 4T's!!!

 

RESPECT--Yourself, Classmates, Adults, School property, and Rules!

 

RESPONSIBILITY--Be on time. Have proper hygiene. Complete class work and homework. Keep room and school clean.

 

REASONING--(4T's) Take Time To Think! Make good choices and show above the line behavior.

 

We also practice the  Triple "O" Effect!

We are ON TIME! ON TASK!

and ON A MISSION


*IMPORTANT*

CHANGE OF INFORMATION 
UPDATE ANY CHANGE IN ADDRESS, ALL PHONE NUMBERS (CELL/HOME/WORK), EMERGENCY CONTACTS (NAMES AND PHONE NUMBERS), DAYCARE PROVIDERS (NAME AND PHONE NUMBERS, ETC. IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THIS INFORMATION IS KEPT CURRENT AT ALL TIMES. NO STUDENT WILL BE RELEASED TO ANYONE WHO IS NOT ON THE MASTER LIST. PLEASE CALL OR STOPY BY THE SCHOOL OFFICE.

 

WALKERS/DROPPED OFF?

Students who walk or get dropped off at school should NOT arrive prior to 8:10am, as there is no supervision for the students until that time. Safety issues and problems tend to arise at these unsupervised times. Also, students eating breakfast should arrive by 8:15 a.m. to eat and avoid being tardy to class.

 

21st Century Before and After School Programs

21st Century is accepting applications for the before and after school programs. Before school is 7:00 a.m.-8:10 a.m. After school is 3:36 p.m.-6:00 p.m. Applications are in the main office at Ann J. Kellogg.

 

PTA Meetings 

First Monday of every month at 4:00 p.m. 

 

 

 

Dr. Thomas Nuzzi
Interim Principal
(269) 965-9773
306 Champion Street
Battle Creek, MI. 49037 Map


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