Friday, March 29, 2019 Day 4

After-The-Bell starts again in just a few weeks. Join ATB for lots of fun including Hip Hop Dance, Golf, Soccer, Ultimate Frisbee, Arts classes, Lego Robotic and much more. You should be getting your registration forms in homeroom today. Sign-ups start next Tuesday.

Thank you to everyone who participated in last week’s Penny War! We raised a grand total of $352 that will be used to support the wonderful programs and extracurricular activities here at KMS. After adding (and subtracting!) the money in each grade’s jar, the grade to win a night of NO HOMEWORK 6TH GRADE!!!!! Remember, the teachers for the winning grade will decide on a date for the NO HOMEWORK night and let you know when that night will be.

Top performers yesterday against Patton and Avon Grove in our first track meet were the following athletes: Julian Sparacino, Clare Harper, Grant Urie, Lily Gavin, Brandon Castano, Catherine Caldwell, Ty McMillan, Ella Burnham, Grayson Zubrod, Lily Lusvardi, Audrey Sebastian. Congratulations to all of our Kennett Track athletes for a strong effort in our first meet.

Stay tuned for Flocabulary!

Have a great day KMS.

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Thursday, March 28, 2019 Day 3

After-The-Bell starts again in just a few weeks. Join ATB for lots of fun including Hip Hop Dance, Golf, Soccer, Ultimate Frisbee, Arts classes, Lego Robotic and much more. You should be getting your registration forms in homeroom today. Sign-ups start next Tuesday.

Thank you to everyone who participated in last week’s Penny War! We raised a grand total of $352 that will be used to support the wonderful programs and extracurricular activities here at KMS. After adding (and subtracting!) the money in each grade’s jar, the grade to win a night of NO HOMEWORK 6TH GRADE!!!!! Remember, the teachers for the winning grade will decide on a date for the NO HOMEWORK night and let you know when that night will be.

Attention all students who’ve been involved with the TV studio this year. Mr. Bosch from the high school TV studio will be visiting KMS today during 8th-grade lunch. If you’re interested in learning more about the KHS tv studio, please attend this meeting today during lunch.

Stay tuned for a special announcement from Mr. Moore.

Have a great day KMS.

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Wednesday, March 27, 2019 Day 2

Today marks the start of the 4th and final marking period. Begin with a strong start. Work hard and make it the best marking period yet. Most of you will change classes in WIN and your marking period cycle. It is term 7.

Attention KMS Students and Staff, this Thursday is the Phillies Home Opener. To celebrate the coming of Spring and the new baseball season, wear your Phillies gear! No Pirates gear, Mr. Moore. Let’s go Phils!

FCA huddle will meet tomorrow at 6:50am in Mr bowling’s room. Come for breakfast and bring a friend!!

Attention all students who’ve been involved with the TV studio this year. Mr. Bosch from the high school TV studio will be visiting KMS this Thursday during 8th-grade lunch. If you’re interested in learning more about the KHS tv studio, please attend this meeting on Thursday during lunch.

Have a great day KMS.

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Tuesday, March 26, 2019 Day 1

Attention KMS Students and Staff, this Thursday is the Phillies Home Opener. To celebrate the coming of Spring and the new baseball season, wear your Phillies gear! No Pirates gear, Mr. Moore. Let’s go Phils!

This passed Saturday our KMS Treble Choir performed as part of the Jonathan Beech Memorial Concert benefiting the make a wish foundation. It was a beautiful performance. They worked hard and represented KMS bursting with Kennett Pride. The Kennett High school Chorus performed and were also joined by many local musicians. Do yourself a favor and go to the concert next year. You won’t be disappointed. It was amazing to see that much talent on one stage.

School Law requires scoliosis screening for all students in 6th & 7th grade. Scoliosis Screening will be done during 7th grade gym classes on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday this week for students who did not already have this screening performed during a physical examination or sports physical. The purpose of scoliosis screening is to check for possible curvature of the spine.

Today wraps up the 3rd marking period. Wednesday starts the 4th and final marking period. Finish strong. Make sure to turn in any missing assignments to your teachers today. We hope you had a meaningful conference last week.

Attention all students who’ve been involved with the TV studio this year. Mr. Bosch from the high school TV studio will be visiting KMS this Thursday during 8th-grade lunch. If you’re interested in learning more about the KHS tv studio, please attend this meeting on Thursday during lunch.

Have a great day KMS.

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Monday, March 25, 2019 Day 6

Attention KMS Students and Staff, this Thursday is the Phillies Home Opener. TO celebrate the coming of Spring and the new baseball season, wear your Phillies gear! No Pirates gear, Mr. Moore. Let’s go Phils!

This passed Saturday our KMS Treble Choir performed as part of the Jonathan Beech Memorial Concert benefiting the make a wish foundation. It was a beautiful performance. They worked hard and represented KMS bursting with Kennett Pride. The Kennett High school Chorus performed and were also joined by many local musicians. Do yourself a favor and go to the concert next year. You won’t be disappointed. It was amazing to see that much talent on one stage.

School Law requires scoliosis screening for all students in 6th & 7th grade. Scoliosis Screening will be done during 7th grade gym classes on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday this week for students who did not already have this screening performed during a physical examination or sports physical. The purpose of scoliosis screening is to check for possible curvature of the spine.

Today and tomorrow wrap up the 3rd marking period. Wednesday starts the 4th and final marking period. Finish strong. Make sure to turn in any missing assignments to your teachers tomorrow. We hope you had a meaningful conference last week.

Attention all students who’ve been involved with the TV studio this year. Mr. Bosch from the high school TV studio will be visiting KMS this Thursday during 8th-grade lunch. If you’re interested in learning more about the KHS tv studio, please attend this meeting on Thursday during lunch.

Have a great day KMS.

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March 21, 2019 Day 4

Don’t forget that today and tomorrow are the last two days of the KMS Penny War. Get your pennies in the jug for YOUR grade and sabotage the OTHER grades with your nickels, dimes and quarters!!

Remember today and Friday are half days with conferences. Students, make arrangements to come to the conference with your family. We love celebrating you!

Today is March 21, or 3-21, is a symbolic date to celebrate people with Down syndrome and those who live and work with them throughout the world. The date, 3-21 represents Trisomy 21, the medical term for Down syndrome, which is the third replication of the 21st chromosome.

As part of the celebration around the world, people are encouraged to wear crazy socks. The idea is to wear brightly colored, mismatched, long, printed socks — or even layer three socks, one for each chromosome to show support for kids with Down Syndrome.

We hope your rocking your socks and joining us as we tell the story to accept, respect and include those with Down syndrome in our communities.

Have a great day KMS.

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Wednesday, March 20, 2019 Day 3

Don’t forget that today and tomorrow are the last two days of the KMS Penny War. Get your pennies in the jug for YOUR grade and sabotage the OTHER grades with your nickels, dimes and quarters!! We know you want to win a night of NO HOMEWORK!

Hi students, Due to a scheduling conflict, we will NOT be able to host Work Wednesday this week. Please plan to go home on the bus.

Remember today Thursday, and Friday are half days with conferences. Students, make arrangements to come to the conference with your family. We love celebrating you!

March 21, or 3-21, is a symbolic date to celebrate people with Down syndrome and those who live and work with them throughout the world. The date, 3-21 represents Trisomy 21, the medical term for Down syndrome, which is the third replication of the 21st chromosome.

As part of the celebration around the world, people are encouraged to wear crazy socks. The idea is to wear brightly colored, mismatched, long, printed socks — or even layer three socks, one for each chromosome to show support for kids with Down Syndrome.

So rock your socks and join us as we tell the story to accept, respect and include those with Down syndrome in our communities.

Have a great day KMS.

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Tuesday, March 19, 2019 Day 2

Just a reminder that the KMS Penny War will be running until the end of this week, so you have time to add your change to the jugs located outside the cafeteria during lunch, or in the office at other times of the day. • Remember, pennies and paper money count as positive points for YOUR grade. • Silver coins count as negative points for OTHER grades. So, make sure you only put dimes, nickels and quarters in the jugs of other grades! • At the end of next week, all change will be tallied and the grade with the most points will win a night with NO HOMEWORK!

Hi students, Due to a scheduling conflict, we will NOT be able to host Work Wednesday this week. Please plan to go home on the bus.

Remember this Wednesday Thursday, and Friday are half days with conferences. Students, make arrangements to come to the conference with your family. We love celebrating you!

Congratulations to Kennett Community Wrestler John Pardo. John Pardo is the state runner up for Pennsylvania Junior Wrestling in the 12U division at 160 pounds. John is Kennett School Districts first wrestler to ever reach the state finals. Congratulations to the entire Wrestling team on a fantastic season individually as well as a team. Keep working hard we are proud of all of you!

Have a great day KMS.

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Monday, March 18, 2019 Day 1

Hopefully everyone remembered to bring in their spare change for the KMS Penny War! The collection containers will be located outside the cafeteria during lunch, the rest of the day they will be in the office. • Remember pennies and paper money count as positive points for YOUR grade. • Silver coins count as negative points for OTHER grades. So, make sure you only put dimes, nickels and quarters in the jugs of other grades! • At the end of next week, all change will be tallied and the grade with the most points will win a night with NO HOMEWORK!

Hi students, Due to a scheduling conflict, we will NOT be able to host Work Wednesday this week. Please plan to go home on the bus.

Remember this Wednesday Thursday, and Friday are half days with conferences. Students, make arrangements to come to the conference with your family. We love celebrating you!

“Attention all 8th grade chorus members singing at the Phillies game: Our first rehearsal is today after school in Ms. Mule’s room until 4. Please be sure you have some water, a snack and a ride home at 4pm. If you cannot make this rehearsal, be sure to tell Ms. Mule’ in advance.

Have a great day KMS.

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