Thursday, October 26, 2017 Day 5

Attention KMS Students: There are only 2 more days of Red Ribbon Week remaining so let’s make them count. There is nothing better than a good friend, and we hope that you and a good friend took the time to match outfits today. Please sit with your friend at lunch so we can see your creativity and friendship! Everybody needs a Partner Against Crime, and even if you aren’t twinning with someone today, you should always have the strength to step up and protect your friends in difficult situations! Don’t be a partner in crime…be a partner against crime! Also, Tomorrow is Wear Red Day. Show your commitment to staying drug and alcohol free by wearing something red to school. Wear red socks…or a red sweater. Pick out your outfit tonight so you don’t forget.

Come show off your Halloween spirit at the Kennett Fire Company Halloween Open House this Thursday from 6-8pm. The Fire Company is located at 301 Dalmatian Street, in Kennett. Come in costume where Firetrucks and Police car will be on display.

The KEF Monster Mash Dash is this weekend and the tally for participants is as follows:

Bancroft – 22, Greenwood -11, New Garden – 4, Mary D. – 8, KMS – 19

Let’s Get students signed up. Let’s have more students than any other school!! It is a great event!!!

If you Lost it, we have found it! Lost and found items are on tables near the school store. Any unclaimed items will be removed this Friday and disposed of or donated.

Remember there is a change to the writing contest announcement. “Instead of submitting entries for the A Fright to Write contest in a box outside of Ms. Hahn’s room, please send them to her at khahn@kcsd.org.”

There will be a yearbook meeting Monday October 30th until 3:30 in Mrs. Lozada’s room B001. Please plan on attending.

Attention students, Battlebots will start Wednesday November 8. There will be information and consent forms available during lunch November 1,2,3 and 6. Mrs.Burns will be at a table during lunch those days advertising and available to answer any questions.

The 8th grade field hockey team defeated Octorara by a score of 5-1. Vivian Chiomento earned the Hat Trick with 3 goals, Meredith Day and Gianna Wuchter each added a goal. Genevieve Ebaugh drove the ball well all day and had an assist. The offense of Brooke Trevor, Ellie Hogan, Maya Ranganath, Baily Halstead and Kaylah Butler kept the pressure on the Braves. While the defense of Julianne Staudenmeyer, Corrina Kley, and Sarah Hetrick helped Goal Keeper Anna Tresoldi preserve the win for the Demon

The KMS football teams had two big wins yesterday against Penns Grove Middle School improving their overall record to 10-3. The eighth grade was led by scoring plays by Colby Bushweller, Dylon Boddy, and Jake Freeberry. Defensively Brady Mitchell and Cole Hulme both had key interceptions. The final score was 22-0. The seventh grade who remains undefeated at 6-0 dominated the game and was led by scoring plays by Julian Sparacino, Casey Rose, and Collin Jung. Defensively the team smothered the Penns Grove offense and Zac Hulme had an interception. The final score 22-6.

The 7th grade boys soccer game won an impressive 7 to 1 victory over Great Valley yesterday. Leading the defense and making several key saves was goalie Justin Correa. Scoring for Kennett were Ryan Barker and Edwin Bedolla each with 3 goals, and Jiovanni Carrillo with one. Great job team!

Please stay tuned for this day in history.

Have a great day KMS!