Wednesday, April 25, 2018 Day 3

A reminder that After-The-Bell started yesterday – Tuesday April 24th. Come join the fun after school. We meet in the cafeteria. Forgot to bring in your After-The-Bell form? Come see Mrs. Kohl in C106.

Remember students we have half days today and tomorrow.. We will be hosting parent, teacher, students conferences. See you there!

There will be a Reading Olympics Practice Meeting during 6th grade lunch (11:15-11:47) on Friday April 27th in the library classroom. All participants will meet at this time with their team and compete with the other teams.​ If you cannot attend, please see Mrs. McGarvey or Mrs. Knox. Thank you.

Suicide epidemic is rising tremendously. In 2017, the Lifeline answered over 2 million calls from people across the United States. Suicide is an awful disease that no one should ever have to experience. Each dollar donated, helps to save thousands of lives across the country. Help make a change by donating money at all lunches starting Monday April 23rd until Friday May 18th. Donations can also be given to teachers and the office. Yellow awareness ribbons will also be sold for $1.50 starting Monday as well. In addition to donating we ask you all to wear yellow on Wednesday May 2nd.

The softball team beat Chichester yesterday by a score of 14-3. The team totaled 13 hits in the victory and was lead by key hits from Ella Schaub and Aniya Pacheco that drove in 2 runs, Shannon Harvey who went 3 for 3, Amber Kahrs and Genevieve Ebaugh who both hit home runs in the 5th inning, and Abby Adelman who went 2 for 2. Amber Kahrs pitched a great game recording 16 strike outs.

The 7th grade baseball team improved to 3-1 after beating Chichester 8-2 on Tuesday afternoon. Ryan King belted his 2ndtriple of the season and Logan Sarosi had 2 hits and Seamus Smith-Walsh did an outstanding job behind the plate throwing out a runner trying to steal in the last inning to help Ben Bolhouse close out the win from the mound.

Have a Great Day KMS!