On June 30, 2015
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Nothing says it’s the 4th of July quite like fireworks. From the beautiful bursts of color in the night sky, to the thrilling sound of celebration and cheers, it’s an entertaining way to remember a historic day in our history.
While fireworks can be a lot of fun, however, they can […]
On June 24, 2015
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A capstone project is a multifaceted assignment that serves as a culminating academic and intellectual experience for students, typically during their final year of high school or middle school, or at the end of an academic program or learning-pathway experience. While similar in some ways to a college thesis, capstone projects may take a […]
This week each student will bring home with a large white envelope containing: registration materials, calendar of events and 10 calendars to sell for our July Calendar Raffle. Thank you to all who helped us get to this point…the fun has just begun! Mrs. Murphy will be at school each Friday for the month of June […]Continue Reading →
On June 2, 2015 By KMS
We are determined to develop a love of reading in all students. There is a strong correlation between reading books regularly for pleasure (really, ANY book reading) and academic success: including building vocabulary, an understanding of sentence structure, and an increase in stamina for reading harder texts. It is also clear that the more you […]Continue Reading →
While the 8th graders were off having fun in Philadelphia, Team 3 7th graders participated in our annual “Geek Week”. By definitions, a “geek” is someone who is very passionate about a topic, and is often someone who likes to dismantle things, study them, and put them back together. Team 3 spent the week being […]Continue Reading →
The year is quickly wrapping up. During this last part of our academic cycle, everyone has been very busy at Kennett Middle School with sporting events, awards ceremonies, musical performances, science fair projects, and field trips.
As we come to a close of the students’ academics for the year, please check their progress reports to […]Continue Reading →
Some KMS science students joined the Tin Mountain birding group last weekend on a bird walk to the Brownfield Bog. Students were able to view the rich diversity of bird life making its way north to rest or nest. They saw red-winged blackbirds, yellow warblers, black and white warblers and much more at the Brownfield Bog. Katelyn Cabral, Glennys […]Continue Reading →
Kennett Middle School will recognize a year of student reading by holding a RED (Read Every Day) Celebration on Friday, June 12. The RED celebration will include a school assembly, book raffle, Flatbread Company Pizza Coupons and storytelling performances by Ed Fayle.Continue Reading →
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