A. Crosby Kennett Middle School is a dynamic and vibrant learning community. Located in the heart of the White Mountains, Kennett Middle School is a part of NH SAU #9, serving the towns of Conway, North Conway, Albany, Eaton, Madison and Freedom. The staff at KMS is committed to the highest quality education for the children of the Mount Washington Valley. If you are interested in employment at Kennett Middle School and you are a NH certified teacher, please take the time to review our website as we have a number of excellent initiatives. You should be familiar with our Reading program, RTI program and technology initiatives.
To apply for any position, please send letter of intent, resume, appropriate transcripts, copy of appropriate certification/license status, application form and letters of recommendation/reference to:
Dr. Carl J. Nelson, Superintendent
School Administrative Unit 9
176A Main Street
Conway, NH 03818
The Conway School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer
A criminal background check is necessary for all new employees hired (RSA 189:13-a).
Becoming a NH Educator- NH Certification Information: http://www.ed.state.nh.us/
Teacher Workshop Day tomorrow. Enjoy the day off!
Blue bird day to watch KMS Ski Team compete at @CranmoreMtn ! Go Eagles!
RT @USAgov: Today we remember the crew of the Challenger, which broke apart seconds after launch in 1986: http://t.co/mWV0onQmCh http://t.co/XHq3d3lC5p
The KMBA playoffs will be Saturday as follows: 9:00 Heat vs. Thunder; 10:00 Celtics vs. Lakers. See you at KMS gym.
Good luck to the XC ski team as they head to the XC Ski Classic at Great Glen this afternoon!
- Teacher Workshop Day tomorrow. Enjoy the day off!
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