There will be be gluten free cakes available. Come win one of these delicious treats this , at in the KMS gym. We hope to see you there!!
Our next Philly 2016 Fundraiser is around the corner, Cake Auction February 11th. The more volunteers the merrier! Volunteers are needed to : promote the event within the community, create cakes, student and/or adult entries all encouraged, and to help with the event on the evening of the 11th.
Below is a reminder of upcoming events:
Perfect time to find sweets for your Valentine! Theme cakes will be created by students, faculty and families. 50% of the profit from 8th grade cakes will go towards the students’ individual Philly account. Volunteers will be needed to create cakes and help on the evening of the event. More details to come.
Spring mixed bag Catalog Sales...
Last opportunity for students to earn for individual accounts...our biggest fundraiser to date! 50% of each catalog sale & 40% of online sales benefit students.
Check out their upcoming catalog: http://fundraiser.mixedbagdesigns.com/Spring-Catalogs?whence=
Thursday, March 24th 6-Basket Raffle & Ice Cream Social
all things sweet and spring in anticipation of Easter around the corner! More details to come
Volunteers will be needed to contribute to baskets, promote the evening, as well as help during the event.
On January 23rd the Boys Black and White basketball teams traveled to White Mountains Regional High School to participate in the Brooke Ramsdell Scholarship Tournament. 10 teams participated and the Kennett boys had an excellent day. The Black team took the top overall spot with a hard-fought win over Littleton. The White team took third place with a loss to Littleton in the semifinal game. Dominic Jones, Justin Olson, and Kyle Perry were all recognized for their individual contributions to their teams. Most importantly, all of the boys showed exemplary sportsmanship and teamwork that led to a highly successful day for all. Go Eagles!
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2017 NH Teacher of the Year
Anyone can nominate an outstanding teacher by simply contacting the New Hampshire Department of Education Teacher of the Year Coordinator by February 17, 2016.
AT BRETON WOODS, AT THE FIRST RACE SERIES OF THE NH NORDIC COACHES ASSOCIATION. WE WISH THEM THE BEST.
Over 90 KMS students, staff, and their families attended the FUNraising event at Friendly's Restaurant! The evening raised over $260 for KMS families. It was wonderful to see the hard work of Builder's Club members pay off. A special thanks to Stevie Bridges, Jared Tozier, Deb Tozier and Sabrina Merrill for running the KMS booth at Friendly's. Thank you Magic 104.5, 93.5 WMWV, Conway Daily Sun, Judy Williams and Linda Burns for helping spread the word.
And of course a huge thank you to Friendly's Restaurant for hosting such a generous fundraiser!
After concluding our geography unit, Team 3 eighth grade students have spent the last few days creating a timeline to review the major events of United States history that they covered as 7th graders. The timeline is almost 15 feet long, and includes over twenty important events from 1475 to 1850. Creating the timeline was a class effort that included collaboration, critical thinking, and also mathematics skills. Shown in this picture are Kyle Drouin, Miles Woodbury, and Chris Desmarais, who all contributed to the block 6 timeline.
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The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) encourages parents, teachers, child care providers, and others who work closely with children to filter information about the crisis and present it in a way that their child can accommodate, adjust to, and cope with.
No matter what age or developmental stage the child is, parents can start by asking a child what they’ve already heard. Most children will have heard something, no matter how old they are. After you ask them what they’ve heard, ask what questions they have. Older children, teens, and young adults might ask more questions and may request and benefit more from additional information. But no matter what age the child is, it’s best to keep the dialogue straightforward and direct. More Information AAP
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