Thursday, October 25, 2018 Day 5

KMS STUDENTS…come try to beat Mr. Moore at the Kennett Education Foundation Monster Mash 5K. The 10th Annual Monster Mash Dash will be held on October 28th at Anson B. Nixon Park. There will be music, food and fun for all runners! This year…all KMS Monster Mash runners will receive a “Kennett Square” if they participate! And don’t forget to show up to run in your best Halloween costume! Register on the KEF website. Funds raised from this event go directly to supports grants, projects and scholarships for Kennett teachers and students.

KMS, Please Join Kennett High School on Saturday, Oct. 27th at Anson Nixon Park, from 5-7 PM for a Haunted Walk. There will be music, food, candy, a bonfire and games. $5 to enter or bring 5 cans. All proceeds will benefit the Kennett Food Cupboard.

Any middle school girl interested in basketball open gym there will be a session on Thursday 10/25 at 6:15 at Kennett High School.

There will be a yearbook meeting on Tuesday October 30th in Mrs. Lozada’s room B001 until 3:15. If you are interested in joining the Yearbook club, please plan on attending.

Today’s lunch menu options are

  • Roasted Turkey with Gravy
  • Mashed Potatoes
  • Green Beans
  • Breadstick

A common myth is that men do not get breast cancer, that it affects only women. The Truth is quite the contrary. Each year it is estimated that approximately 2,190 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer and 410 will die. Thank you for wearing pink yesterday to support breast cancer awareness!

The Middle School football team won another game yesterday against a big tough Scott Middle School team. The final score was 26-0 and scoring was led by Aiden Zdebski with two rushing touchdowns and one defensive touchdown after he picked up a Scott fumble. Zach Hulme finished off the scoring with a touchdown run. Both 7th and 8th graders played in this game and it was a real team effort with everyone getting in the game and everyone contributing to the shutout….Way to Go!!!

The 8th grade boy’s soccer team defeated Great Valley on Wednesday afternoon by a score of 2-1. The entire team played great, holding the opposition to only a few shots on goal. Geo Soto and Ryan Barker worked well together, scoring the first goal and the game winner was scored by Edwin Bedolla. The boy’s final home game is Monday, 11/29 against Mrs. Anderson’s son’s Chi Chester team. Come out and support KMS!

Yesterday afternoon, the 8th grade field hockey defeated Chichester by a score of 6-0. Lili Lusvardi led the Blue Demons with 2 goals. Lucy Myers, Bridget Wells, Megan Ward, and Norah Wolf scored one goal each. With help from the defense, Maddi Sears was able to preserve another shut-out for Kennett.

There is NO football practice practice today or tomorrow. Next football practice is Monday.

Now over to a Mr. Moore here to talk about red ribbon week.

Have a great day KMS