Kennett Middle School students have been rescuing bikes, restoring and passing them on to others in the community . Jesse Dembinski, Lucas Lavoie, Greg Noyes and Jack Vaughn have worked on the bikes recycled from the Madison and Conway areas. Their efforts are helping other students and community members of the Mt. Washington Valley. Give a kid a bike and you give a kid freedom! (Pictured are Lucas Lavoie, Greg Noyes and Jack Vaughn)
Keep sending in your boxtops! Catalina Kirsch (Class of 2021 parent) is your new Boxtops for Education Coordinator to raise funds for Kennett Middle School Philly Trip 2017. Last collection of the school year will be picked up Fri June 10 for an end-of school year submission! Next collection will be when we are back to school. Clipping Box Tops is an easy way to help earn cash for our school. Each one is worth 10¢ for our school! Just look for the pink Box Tops on hundreds of products. All you have to do is clip them and send them to school. Thanks for all the boxtops you have sent in already. There is a collection box in the KMS reception lobby. Clip and drop them off, towards a specific student (7th gr only for now) or for the general fund! Friends and family near and far can collect on behalf of your student. For more information on Box Tops, including a list of participating products, go to BTFE.com. Be sure to sign up as a member (it’s free!) so you can check out our school’s earnings details and get access to coupons and bonus offers. Thanks and Go KMS! Thank you Christina Campo for your years of volunteer service toward this effort!! for more info see: www.boxtops4education.comIf you have questions about Boxtops, contact Catalina Kirsch, firstname.lastname@example.org
Information regarding deposits and permission slips for next year's Philly trip has gone home. Also included in the information, was our Calendar fundraiser. The kids have 2 weeks to sell these calendars for $10 each. Thank you to everyone that either donated items or went out to solicit them! All the money raised will go directly into each child's account.... So if your child sells 30 calendars, $300 goes right into their own account! If you need more calendars, let us know!
Conway, NH 03860
A short Student Assistance Program Health Services Survey will be administered to all KMS students in the month of May. The survey will be administered to Team 2 and 3 students on Monday, May 9th, and to Team 1 students on Monday, May 23rd. This voluntary and anonymous survey is to help assess students' health behavior to assist in assessing and focusing prevention and education efforts in place at Kennett.
The survey may be viewed by obtaining a physical copy at the KMS Reception Office or reviewing the attached file. You may opt-out of this survey on behalf of your student by submitting such a request in writing.
This fundraiser is for BOTH 7th and 8th graders! A great opportunity for 8th graders to wrap up their fundraising efforts before their trip and 7th graders to help begin!
Just a reminder that if you are participating in the Yankee Candle Fundraiser it has been extended and is now due on Thursday, April 28.
I will be at lunches on Monday March 21st to give out Permission forms and sign up students for impact testing. Gym space will be limited until fields dry out, so student athletes should be prepared for indoor and outdoor practices on any given day. Practice schedules will be given out by their coaches. All students must have paperwork filled out, turned in, and have been impact tested, before practicing.
Track & Field – there will be a brief meeting after school on Friday, April 1st to collect paperwork. Practice will begin Monday April 4th after school. Please bring appropriate clothing and footwear for inside and outside practice.
Baseball – Practice will begin Monday April 4th. Students and coaches will meet in the locker room after school to collect paperwork and go over team expectations. Baseball will have the gym if needed from 3:30-4:30. Please bring hat, glove, and appropriate clothing & footwear for inside and outside practice. No Cleats allowed in the gym!
Softball – Practice will begin Tuesday April 5th. Students and coaches will meet in the locker room after school to collect paperwork and go over team expectations. Softball will have the gym if needed from 3:30-4:30. Please bring glove and appropriate clothing & footwear for inside and outside practice. No Cleats allowed in the gym!.
ImPACT TESTING: All untested 7th and 8th graders should sign up outside of the Reception Office. There will be a certain number of spots for Wednesday, March 30th and Thursday March 31st after school in the Library.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns. Thank you!
Transportation Coordinator, SAU#9
Phone: 447-3626 /986-0685
Athletic Coordinator, Kennett Middle School
8th grade Family and Consumer Science students are learning about healthy, well balanced meals. Today, students created a low cost meal that follows the USDA's nutritional guidelines and the ChooseMyPlate model. This nutrient dense vegetarian meal consisting of homemade hummus, carrots, celery sticks, baked tortilla chips, and milk is low in fat and has no added sugars.
The KMS Drama Club will perform The Haunting of Hathaway House, a one act play comprised of three scenes all set in the same house, on Thursday, April 7 at 7:00 p.m. Additional performances will be during RTI blocks at 8:00 a.m. on March 28, April 4, and April 11. All the performances will be in the lecture hall and admission is free. For more information, please call 447-6364, Ext. 21.
There will be an 8th grade Philly Fundraiser at Friendly’s Restaurant on Tuesday, March 8, from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. Bring a copy of the voucher with you, and 20% of your check will go towards the Philly Trip! (Vouchers are also available in the KMS Reception Office.) There will also be a Chinese auction with fun prizes to win!
Team 1 students at KMS thrive in our team oriented atmosphere. Our goal is for our students to be able to explore and experience Space, Space Exploration and all its valuable facets as a team through hands on learning. Venturing outside the classroom is key to their success and understanding.
Our students will be working on a collaborative unit made available by NASA, Space: A Journey to Our Future, throughout a few weeks. They will explore space, space exploration and the collaboration of the International Space Station. With the opportunity our students have in attending the Portland Science Center’s exhibit by NASA, Space: A Journey to Our Future, our students will interact with an exhibit that will complement their classroom learning seamlessly. They will learn about the various technologies, discoveries and scientists that make space exploration possible.
Donations will enhance and augment our students learning through the "Space: A Journey to Our Future" exhibit. Knowledge gained in the classroom will be connected to the experience of visiting the Portland Science Center, a meaningful out of school activity. Many of our students rarely leave the valley, much less the state. It is invaluable for them to experience other parts of New England.
Please consider donating: http://www.donorschoose.org/project/to-the-moon-and-portland-me-too/1881644/