Friday, October 14, 2016 Day 2

Congratulations goes out to the KMS Cross-Country team for winning their last home race against North Brandywine! The boys had a perfect score with top runner Gavin Maxwell at a mile split of 5:30, followed by Logan Piercy, Divan Du Toit, Miko Davidson-Hance, and Corey Fricker. Honorable mention to the double Maxes, Max Beveridge and Max Moltchanov who would have made the difference if it had been a close race. As for our girls, a shout-out goes to Madison Brooks, Maya Ranganath, and Olivia Sparacino who passed 20 boys on the course. What a way to end our last home race. Great team effort from all involved! The cross-country coach couldn’t be prouder of ALL team members as times are consistently improving. Look out other XC teams, our KMS runners are ones to watch!! Team, don’t forget, FUN Friday! Meet with your suit, towel, and book bags in front of the school store at the end of the day. Bus will depart at 3 pm.

The 7th and 8th grade field hockey teams joined forces to defeat Chichester yesterday by a score of 4-0. In the first half, the 8th grade team was on the attack and took the early lead on goals by Greta Wolff and Holland Sellers. During the second half, the 7th grade continued the pressure and added goals by Genevieve Ebaugh and Vivian Chiomento. The goal keeping duo of Soleil Jevtitch and Anna Tresoldi combined to keep Chichester scoreless. Way to go Kennett!

The Kennett Education Foundation is hosting the Monster Mash 5K Dash at Anson B Nixon Park. The 5K starts at 9:30. Stop by the PE office for a registration form.

Students who attended the field trip to the Brandywine River Museum are expected to stay after school on Wednesday, October 26th until 3:30 in Room D109 for our first planning session for creating picture books. Please see Mrs. Uhl, Miss Conner, or Mrs. Jester if you have any questions.

Please stay tuned for an announcement from Mr. Whisler and then Flocabulary Friday! (Have a great day KMS.)