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Open bodies of water will be dangerously cold well into May. Here are some tips to stay safe: Everyone in any type of watercraft should wear a Coast guard approved life jacket. It is the law for children under 12. Warn children that what was strong ice in the winter can now be weak. After […]Continue Reading →
Unfortunately no neighborhood is completely immune to crime. However, there are steps you can take to help keep your family and your neighborhood safe. Know where your children are. Have your children tell you or ask permission before leaving the house and give them a time to check in or be home. When possible, have them […]Continue Reading →
Every day, 300 young children with burn injuries are taken to emergency rooms. They weren’t even near a flame. The children are victims of scalds. Scald burns (caused by hot liquids, steam, or foods) are the most common burn injury among children age 4 and younger. Mortality rates from scalds are highest for children under […]Continue Reading →
On December 2, 2014 By KMS
Carbon Monoxide (CO) is called the “Invisible Killer” because it’s a colorless, odorless, poisonous gas. More than 150 people in the Unites States die every year from accidental non-fire related CO poisoning associated with consumer products, including generators.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is asking Kennett Middle School and other middle schools […]Continue Reading →
New Hampshire joins other states across the country to observe National School Bus Safety Week, October 20-24, 2014. The theme this year is ‘Be Smart – Be Seen, I wait in a safe place!”. The special week commemorates the safe service that school buses provide to families, as they provide one of the safest modes of transportation for […]Continue Reading →
Since September 11, 2001, the US Government has taken steps to encourage all citizens to make their own survival preparations. September was chosen as National Preparedness Month, as the tragedies of September 11, 2001 highlighted to the nation the importance of being prepared.
National Preparedness Month serves to encourage individuals across the nation to take […]Continue Reading →
As a result of our recent meeting with local and State health officials we are linking you with the “Fact Sheet” on EEE. Please take a few minuets to review the information.
If you have additional questions, please Contact the Department of Health and Human Services, Bureau of Infectious Disease […]Continue Reading →
As we move toward summer vacation, we would like to take an opportunity for you to review supervision expectations and safety plans for our children. Students need to be reminded of good safety practices and procedures, be it on the way to and from school, in the neighborhood, or in the community. Social media and […]Continue Reading →
ImPACT testing will take place today after school.This is mandatory for student-athletes planning to participate in a spring sports.
RT @impacttest: Estimated 30% of concussed athletes report visual problems during 1st week following injury @impacttest 3/31 webinar http://t.co/6mbUeJp65Z
Spring Fling is this week. Tomorrow will be Team/School color day, with a KMS dance from 6:30 to 9:00. Admission is $5.
- ImPACT testing will take place today after school.This is mandatory for student-athletes planning to participate in a spring sports.
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