The SAU #9 administrative team and staff at Kennett Middle School are excited to announce that we are implementing PowerSchool, where we can provide you with access to your child’s information via the internet. If you haven’t already done so, please create your PowerSchool account. Detailed instructions with ID and password were sent home the first day of school. If you need another copy, please contact the school at 447-6364. If you do not have internet access, the public library has computers available.
Hello and welcome back to school. We are excited about all that is happening in food nutrition, as well as our school breakfast and lunch programs. Moving forward, we are making several changes to improve the nutrition and quality of the meal choices we offer our students.
As we continue to explore new and exciting recipes that are appealing to our students, we are also finding ways to infuse more nutrition into our recipes. This summer our school district was one of eight districts asked to showcase a recipe on WMUR-TV’s “Lunch Lessons”. On August 1, 2016 I went to Manchester and prepared our gluten-free chocolate brownie made with black beans instead of flour. The added protein from the black beans makes the brownie extremely nutrient dense. Last spring we served the black bean brownies at our health fair at Conway Elementary and they were a huge hit with both students and parents. If you would like to view how the recipe is made, here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9TyzhXtNeQ
We are focusing on making new breakfast items like fruit muffins infused with pureed chick peas that add both a rich texture, but also added protein from the chick peas. Although we are totally transparent and disclose all the ingredients we use, most students don’t even realize they are eating so healthy. We will continue to explore and provide opportunities for students to try new things. One way of doing this is a program we call “Try-it-Tuesdays”. This is a program where we allow the stdents in all schools to sample a product we would to offer on our menus and get their feedback. All the recipes for the “Try-it-Tuesdays” program are nutritionally balanced and meet the U.S.D.A. guidelines.
I welcome all to come, taste, and see all the goodness we are delivering to the students in our community. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. My phone number is 603-356-4355 and my email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brian M. Coffey CEC,AAC
Mount Washington Valley Skating Club will host an Open House at the Ham Arena fromon . Admission, skate rentals and
mini-lessons and prizes will be free of charge, courtesy of the Ham Arena and Mount Washington Skating Club. Yazzi’s Ice Cream Shoppe of Conway will also be donating free ice cream for participants.
This is a great opportunity for any child or adult wishing to come and skate whether they are a beginner or advanced level skating, said Mike Sandahl, president of Mount Washington Skating Club. There will be an opportunity to meet some of the coaches who offer skating lessons in learn
to skate, learn to skate for hockey, freestyle figure skating and new to the club, “Get Fit through Skating.”
Attendees will also be able to gather information about skating competition and exhibition options. Club members will be taking registrations for fall and winter classes.
For more information, visit mwvsc.org .
Welcome back to school, parents!
This year, our school will be participating in the Box Tops for Education™ program. My name is Catalina Kirsch and I'm thrilled to be the Box Tops Coordinator for Kennett Middle School. Clipping Box Tops is an easy way for you to help our school buy what it needs. Box Tops are each worth 10¢ and they quickly add up to real cash for our school. This school year, our school's earnings goal is $1,000.00. Let's top last year's earnings of $840! Well done, everyone!
To help our school, just look for pink Box Tops on products, clip them, bundle them in sets of 50,and send them to school in a ziploc bag labeled with your student's name and grade. Funds directly benefit your student's 8th grade trip fee, whether for this year or next. For more information on the Box Tops for Education program, including a list of participating products and our school's progress, visit www.BTFE.com and look up Kennett Middle School. Be sure to become a member to receive exclusive coupons and recipes and learn about extra ways for our school to earn.
Fall Sports Parents' meeting is email@example.com. I'm here to make our school's Box Tops for Education program a huge success this year. . Bring your box tops tops to the collection bin in the school lobby. Send them in on the first day of school. Look out for expiration dates! I hope you're excited for everything we can do this year with Box Tops! If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me at
Thanks for your help! Catalina Kirsch
(mom of Miguel, KHS Class of 2021)
Dear Incoming Students,
Please check out our dress code (see below) before you begin preparing for the start of school. The basic items you will need for school include: a 3 ring loose leaf binder (3-4 in. size), lined paper, tab dividers for each subject, pens and pencils, and a positive attitude! If there are specific supplies your team wants you to have they will let you know.
I am looking forward to seeing all of you. I hope you are having a relaxing and safe summer! If you have any questions, please feel free to call me at 447-6364, ext. 25, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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)
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, email@example.com
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!
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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.