Thursday, October 19, 2017 Day 6

Attention all 8th grade students. If you plan on attending the class trip to WAshington, D.C. Permission slips and money are due by this Friday, October 20th. Again, Permission Slips and $40 are due by this Friday.

Show off your art skills. It is Time again for The Lions Club Peace Poster Contest. This year’s theme is “The Future Of Peace”.  Interested students can see Mrs. Uhl or Mrs. Conner for more details. Finished posters are due November 1st.

“It’s time for the Maker Space Madness Challenge. For the week of October 23rd through the 27th, makers will be challenged to build the longest bridge that stays up for the lunch period. Are you up for the challenge? Come to the library to sign up and reserve your spot for the October Maker Space Madness Challenge!​”

8th graders, it’s time to assemble our team for the documentary contest “What’s so Cool About Manufacturing.” If you’re interested in producing, writing, filming, and editing a documentary film please meet in Mr. Malkasian’s room this Thursday, October 12th during lunch. We need to assemble a team quickly to ensure that we’re able to bring home another victory for KMS.

Keep our school healthy! Bring your family to the cafeteria at Kennett High School today, Thursday, October 19th between2:30 – 6:30 for your FLU Vaccines. There is no pre-registration necessary and everyone is welcome. Consents are available on the website in English and Spanish, in our nurse’s office, and will also be available at the High School. Vaccines are FREE. If you have insurance, bring your insurance card!

Now, please stay tuned for a video from our 8th grade writing club.

The 7th grade football team improved their record to 5-0 with a win over previously undefeated Great Valley. A dominating defense and scoring by Julian Sparacino and Zac Hume led the way to a 22-6 victory. The 8th grade lost a tough game 20-14 with scoring by Colby Bushweller and Dylon Boddy.

This is a special shout out to the top runners who ran in yesterday’s Cross-Country Championship Race. Couldn’t be prouder to celebrate the top times and personal records set by all the runners on the course! Big high fives to Logan Piercy, Kendal Lanier, Luca Tresoldi, Divan Du Toit, Grayson Zubrod, Marco King, Jeffrey Kjelstrom, Maddy Fritz, Anna Jiang, Maddy Brooks, Curie Cha, Lily Steffenson, Kaelyn Doherty, and Abby McConn who conquered their set goals and came out with Personal Records. What a fantastic celebration of personal victories. Way to go team! We have two races left and challenge all of Kennett Middle School to join us in our last race of the season, the MONSTER MASH, at Anson B. Nixon Park! Come out and walk or run the course to see how much fun being a part of the cross-country experience can be. Don’t forget to list yourself as a KMS participant when you register! See or call Coach Reinheimer with any questions!

The 7th grade boys soccer team had two big wins this week. On Monday they defeated Scott Middle School 5 to 0. Scoring for Kennett was Ryan Barker, Owen Cassidy, Zach Mannices, and Grant Urie. In yesterday’s game against Stetson Middle School, the 7th grade boys put on another fantastic team performance and won 3 to 1. Scoring for Kennett was Edwin Bedolla, Ryan Barker, and Geovanni Soto. Congratulations to the entire team for their wins this week. Also, a reminder for 7th grade boys soccer, there is NO practice today, and remember to bring your blue jersey for pictures on Friday.


Have a great day KMS!