Change Those Clocks and Batteries Too!

Change Those Clocks and Batteries Too!

Daylight Savings ends on November 2, 2014.  Don’t forget to change those clocks back!   And… please, don’t forget to swap out the batteries in your smoke and CO detectors too!  Smoke detectors save lives!

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We all know that bullying can start at frighteningly young ages—the behaviors can show up as early as preschool. But even little kids can be taught lessons that help prevent the problem from getting worse, says Ingrid Donato, the co-lead in bullying prevention at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): “The [...]

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October is National Bullying Prevention Month and classroom lessons provide crucial moments to spread the anti-bullying message. There are plenty of ways to teach about bullying in the classroom and encourage kids to courageously avoid bullying or stand up for others. What is bullying? According to StopBullying.gov, bullying is “unwanted aggressive behavior among school aged [...]

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$1 Donation on Hat Day

On September 24, 2014 By

Starting this Friday, September 27, 2014  and continuing on  for the remainder of the school year, we will have a school wide “Hat Day” on the last Friday of the month to benefit a local organization.  This Friday, we are asking that students (and staff!) pay $1 or donate a canned/prepared food item for one [...]

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RtI Skill Building

On September 12, 2014 By

Mrs. Judge and Ms. Janowicz are excited to continue the tradition of having a three-week rotating group of students during their RtI block.  Currently, they are working with 8th grade girls on their leadership skills and self-exploration.  As the year moves on, students who are not participating in band, chorus, or other RtI skill-building groups will cycle [...]

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New Student Orientation

On July 31, 2014 By

We are pleased to invite you to our 7th Grade New Student Orientation at Kennett Middle School on Wednesday, August 27th, and Thursday, August 28th.  The schedule will be set up as shown below.  Students should report to the KMS cafeteria to meet with Ms. Janowicz and our eighth grade group leaders.

Wednesday, August 27th

 10:00 [...]

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College is a huge expense.  If you plan on helping your children with college expenses, it requires planning a head to save the money.There are state savings plans available that are tax free, if the money is used for college. Check out this Blog from USA.gov for more information!

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Spring Time!

On March 31, 2014 By

The Louis Fuchs/Otto Ninow Concert is about the only sign of Spring right now!  The band and chorus put on a wonderful performance to a packed house in our gymnasium. Congratulations to Mrs. Ouellette and Mrs. Littlefield for their dedication and commitment to the music program. The weather has to break soon, [...]

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This orientation provides both students and parents important information regarding course selections throughout high school, scheduling, the structure of the freshman program, and the timeline for selecting courses for the next school year. It will take place on March 20 at 6:00 PM in the Loynd Auditorium at KHS. The evening will include a [...]

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