Monday, February 24, 2020 Day 1

March is Youth Art Month- Help the Art Department kick off the celebrations by attending Kennett Middle School’s -IMAGINE BRANDYWINE STUDENT ART EXHIBIT Votes for Women.

Our students’ opening reception is Sunday, March 1, 2020, 2:30 to 3:30

Come and enjoy light refreshments and a special musical performance by “Kennett High School String Quintet.” This is all happening at The Brandywine River Museum.

Please see Mrs. Uhl and Mrs. Clapp for details.

Attention all 8th-grade girls and boys basketball players: Don’t forget to turn in your permission slips and t-shirt order forms for the student-faculty basketball game to Mrs. MacNamara, Mrs. Bevan or Mrs. Clapp. If you have not turned yours in yet, please do so ASAP!

There will be a softball interest meeting on Tuesday, 2/25 in D103 during lunch for all 7th and 8th-grade girls interested in trying out for softball. Any questions please see Coach Gottstein.

Although Charles Hamilton Houston’s (1895-1950) death preceded the widely accepted start of the Civil Rights Movement by four years, his influence on the movement can’t be denied. Houston was a Harvard educated lawyer who was instrumental in challenging the racially discriminating Jim Crow laws which led to the U.S. Supreme Court decision to declare racial segregation in public schools unconstitutional

Have a great day KMS