Posts by: KMS
Wednesday’s smoothie bar was a huge success on many levels! Students on team three have worked hard over the past few weeks to research, collect data, evaluate products, and create a successful business to help build their small classroom supply budget. They had a common goal (raise money for more food labs) and were able to […]Continue Reading →
As KMS continually strives to provide the best education possible for our students, we periodically review what we do in the school. Along these lines, the Programming Committee is currently looking at what the educational needs are of our students and how we address those needs. Please take a few minutes to answer a […]Continue Reading →
Are you beginning to see the signs? Recently, she’s started telling you to drop her off at the mall so she can hang out, because all the other girls are. Suddenly, your once sweet, affectionate child is giving you the cold shoulder, rolling her eyes, and expressing annoyance at everything you say. Out of the […]Continue Reading →
Kennett Middle School would like to introduce and welcome Marcelo Maiorano to staff. Mr. Maiorano comes to Project (Schools Using Coordinated Community Efforts to Strengthen Students) SUCCESS at Kennett with a strong background working with youth in human services. A native of Greater Detroit, Marcelo received his Bachelor of Arts degree in 2009 from Loyola University Chicago. He previously has served as a domestic violence intervention […]Continue Reading →
The annual 8th grade transition night for incoming 9th grade Kennett High School students (Class of 2019) will take place on March 19th, beginning promptly at 6 PM and ending at 8PM. This is a great way to generate excitement for your students and ease their transition into the high school. It is a fun night for parents, students and staff. If you have any […]Continue Reading →
As part of Conway’s 250th Anniversary, the staff and students at Kennett Middle School are taking part in a 3-Day Interdisciplinary Unit on the Ski History of Conway. We look forward to having guest speakers including Tom Eastman, Jeff Leich, Chrissy Guptill, Stefi Reed and Dwight Smith join us.
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Team 3 Math is flying along! The 7th graders are solving real-life problems about percents. The fun part is that the word problems were written about individual students in our classes. In the word problems, some of our kids are eating in their favorite restaurants (sales taxes and tips), some travel to warmer places (room […]Continue Reading →
In science class, team 3 students are discovering the properties of matter. Kids have done an excellent job on their States of Matter Models. Their final products have included everything from hand drawn, 3-D and digital models. We’ve moved onto examining physical and chemical changes. Students are acting as Materials Scientists and are creating Flubber-like toys […]Continue Reading →
Team 3 celebrating Pi Day on Friday, March 13. Trying to raise $314 and bring in 314 food items to be donated to End 68 Hours of Hunger.
RT @C3PH1: Every kid can be a hero by being prepared for an emergency. http://t.co/MSXgHvtFQg
@WMUR9_Weather time lapse view of Mt. Washington from Conway very early morning starting 6:20am to share Alpine Glow ? Awesome to see.
- Team 3 celebrating Pi Day on Friday, March 13. Trying to raise $314 and bring in 314 food items to be donated to End 68 Hours of Hunger.
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