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 October 22, 2014


KMS Football: Today's game is ON.



The PTO would like to invite ALL OF YOU to come to The Market at Liberty Place in downtown Kennett Square for "KMS Night at the Market".  The event will be held on Tuesday October 28, 2014 from 5-8pm.  The vendors at the Market will be giving back 15% of their profits for the evening, to our school!  Come meet up with friends for dinner or stop in and take dinner home to your family!


Treble Choir

Treble Choir Members:  Permission slips and ticket orders for the Temple University trip are due by Friday, October 24.  Please see Mrs. Mancuso with any questions or concerns.


Field Hockey

The 7th grade field hockey team is on a roll, winning their 3rd straight game yesterday defeating Octorara 2-0. Peyton Hunt started the scoring with her 5th goal of the season.  Kennett put the game away with a late goal by Jordyn Mannices. The Kennett offense of Ainsley Albert, Jenna Davidson, Lauren Wilson, Rachel Kreicker, Emily Kaplan, and Callie Fitzgibbon kept the pressure on all game. The defense of Ellie Conlin-Day, Katherine Coan, Natalie Hertler, Caroline Fiss, Jess Sauer, and Gia Caccamo helped Allie Hodges earn her 4th shut-out of the season.


KMS 7th grade Girls Soccer

The 7th grade girls soccer team came back to tie the game with a goal by Sydney Heiman with  4 seconds left in the game(assisted by Savannah Leinhard). The girls really picked it up in the second half with the defense holding on strong. The first goal was also scored by Sydney Heiman and assisted by Katie LaCosta. The end result was a 2-2 draw.  Good team effort on the comeback ladies. 

Practice today at Legacy Fields. The bus leaves at 2:50 in front of KMS.


KMS Volleyball

Congratulations to the Volleyball Teams for the incredible play yesterday against Unionville!  8th Grade showed tremendous growth and endurance as they played 3, full-scoring games.  7th Grade fought through 3 games again and defeated Patton for the second time this season.  Come cheer on the girls at the last home game next Thursday, October 30 against Great Valley.



Community Flu Clinic

There will be a Community Flu Vaccine Clinic held at the Kennett High School Cafeteria on Wednesday, November 5  from 2:30 –6:30 PM. Seasonal flu vaccines will be administered at no cost to Kennett Students and their families , Staff, or Members of the Community as long as you bring your insurance card.  Vaccines are free if you have no insurance.

  There is no pre-registration necessary and all members of the Kennett community are welcome. High school students do not have to have a parent in attendance as long as the consent is completely filled out and signed by a parent/guardian.

  Consents are available on the website in English and Spanish  and will also be available at the Clinic. For more details about the flu vaccine, refer to the Vaccine Information Sheets on the website. Remember to bring your insurance card!


  Citadel Heart of Learning Award:
Citadel and Chester Country Intermediate Unit are pleased to announce that the nomination period for the 2015 Citadel Heart of Learning Award is open until December 31, 2014.

Since the Award's inception, thousands of teachers have been nominated, hundreds of teachers have been named finalists, and to date 39 have been named winners at the annual awards banquet.

The 2014 Citadel Heart of Learning Award winner in the Middle School category was our own Phil Reggio.

The nominations speak volumes about the significant impact teachers have in our community.  The Citadel Heart of Learning Award Committee would enjoy the opportunity to formally recognize and reward the efforts, hard work and dedication of at least one teacher who has touched the life of your student.

There are nomination forms at KMS, or you may also submit nominations online at



TI Calculators

This is to any student that purchases a Texas Instrument calculator this year:

Please save the “TI points” that come in the packaging and turn in to your math teacher. We can use the points to earn technology for the school.





GNC prides itself on being the leader in sports nutrition. We strive to provide an experience that will always exceed customer expectations. Through a partnership with your school community, we hope to offer great customer experiences, exceptional values, and vast selections of health products for your faculty and students.  The first full weekend of each month, Kennett Square GNC Franchise Operator, Bobby Rosen will offer faculty, students, and students parents a 20% retail discount for ALL in-store products. In addition to this savings for faculty and students, the store will be donating 10% of all student, faculty, and parent sales during this event back to Kennett Consolidated School District.   For more info, contact Bobby Rosen at




Reminder:  KMS dances are for KMS STUDENTS ONLY. 


Giant School Rewards

Log on to and choose "Designate Your School" from the A+ menu to register your card online. Then, each time you shop at Giant between October 7th - March 30th with your BonusCard, you will earn CASH for Kennett Middle! You can track the amount of points you earn for our school by checking your grocery receipt. Each month, the amount of CASH awarded will be updated on the Giant website. KMS will receive a check at the end of the program.

Taking just a minute of your time to register your Card can make a huge difference to our school. We need your support! Please be sure to register Kennett Middle School using ID # 06473 at . Also, don't forget to encourage your friends and neighbors to do the same. It could mean the world to our children!


KMS Sports


Once your student-athlete has made a KMS team, his/her coach will provide the Pay to Play information ($30/sport).  This fee must be paid before your student is able to participate in practices/games.  Additionally, the PIAA is mandating students and parents read and sign a Sudden Cardiac Arrest information sheet. This form will be provided to your student athlete by their coach and the signed form MUST be returned to your coach.

2014-2015 School Calendar

Next year’s school calendar dates are posted on the KCSD Home page.



Box Tops for Education

Just a reminder that KMS is collecting Box Tops for Education.  Please bring your Box Tops to the Main Office.  This program helps support the KMS Math Carnival and the KMS Musical. Thank you.

Bus Passes

This is a reminder that due to the number of students assigned to each bus, the school is not able to grant bus passes.  This policy has been posted on our webpage for the past few years. In the event of extenuating circumstances, parents are requested to call transportation to arrange for their child’s permission to ride another bus.  The KCSD transportation department’s number is 610-444-6618.

Latex and Nut Allergies

Due to students with allergies to latex, latex balloons, gloves or other latex items are not permitted at Kennett Middle School. Due to food allergies, do not send items containing any type of nuts or peanut butter when sending snacks for a classroom, sports, dance or other events at KMS.

Message from the KMS Nurse

Sick Child - If your child needs to go home from school due to illness, you will be contacted directly by the school nurse.  If you receive a call or text from your child stating they are sick and need to be picked up from school, please contact the school nurse at 610 268 5874

Mr. Carr’s Corner…

To laugh often and much;
To win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children; To earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends; To appreciate beauty, to find the best in others; To leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or a redeemed social condition; To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived.
This is to have succeeded.

Absence, Early Dismissal, Late Arrival procedures

The following is the procedure for absences, early dismissals and late arrivals at KMS.

If your child is absent on a given day, please call the school, (610) 268 5878, to notify us. Additionally, a note MUST be sent in upon your child’s return to school; without the note, your child’s absence will be considered unexcused.

Early Dismissals
If you know you will be picking your child up during school hours, please send a note in with your child on that day stating the time they are to be dismissed from class. The school will issue your child a pass to come to the office at that time. You must come into the Main Office to sign your child out.

Late Arrivals - In the event your child will be late to school, your child MUST sign in with the Attendance Secretary, located in the Guidance Office.  Please send your child in with a note stating the reason for their tardiness. Pick ups AFTER the school day - If you choose to pick your child up after the school day, the arrangement is between you and your child.  KMS does not need a note for after school pick ups.

For more details on the above items, please refer to the Student Handbook that was sent home with your child.

Pinnacle Access Information

You may access information regarding Pinnacle Parent access on the KCSD home website, in the "For Parents" section. If you have a technical question, including questions on your log in: please send an email to


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