Attention all problem-solvers! The last week of February in the STEM world is dedicated to National Engineers Week! To celebrate, local sponsors such as Chemours and the University of Delaware are hosting a STEM Day and inviting YOU to join for an event filled with hands-on activities. The event will be held on Saturday, February 22nd at Patton Middle School. All are welcome to join – Be A Pioneer of Progress!
Thank you to those of you who purchased a carnation on Thursday, February 13th and Friday, February 14th in celebration of Valentine’s Day! Overall, KMS raised a total of $348.25. This money will be donated to Mrs. April Reynolds to support her during her battle against breast cancer. Your generosity is greatly appreciated!
Today we have LEAD 2nd period. Make sure you take your conference papers to finish coordinating
Wednesday and Thursday this week in the cafeteria, students will sample new menu items! Taste and decide to love it or lose it! We will call up tables three at a time.
The foods that are available to sample on Wednesday are Nashville Hot Chicken with corn and pineapple salsa and Vietnamese Pork Banh Mi with a side of teriyaki broccoli. On Thursday students can sample Curry chicken with a side of rice and Italian sausage flatbread with a side of cucumbers and tomato salad.
The winning recipe gets added to our menu.
William Still a Philadelphia clerk is known as the “Father of the Underground Railroad”. Still was instrumental in helping as many as 800 slaves escape to freedom. He interviewed each person and kept careful records, including a brief biography and the destination for each slave, along with any alias adopted. These records, published after the Civil War, provide the most important documentation of the Underground Railroad.
Have a great day KMS