May 17, 2018 Day 6

Attention all track athletes:  Please return your uniform in a bag to the office with your name as soon as possible.

This Friday, May 18th, is the last day to check out books from the library. The library will be closed beginning Monday May 21st and will not re-open until Tuesday May 29th. Make sure you have enough books to hold you through the week.

Attention all 7th and 8th grade girls lacrosse players: your uniform and practice pinnie needs to be returned to coach Heather in room C101. Return tomorrow!

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Friday, May 11, 2018 Day 3

WHAT Track Celebration

WHEN Friday, May 11th

WHERE Cafeteria

TIME 2:35-4:00pm

The KHS Sophomore class is hosting a powderpuff football game. The game is Friday, May 18th at 3pm at the football stadium. The cost is 5 dollars to get in.

Today Mrs. Mancuso’s 2nd and 5th period classes AND Miss Mule’s 8th Grade Chorus will have their combined rehearsals in the small gym.

Mrs. Mancuso’s 2nd period classes will meet immediately following announcements and will stay through the end of 2ndperiod.

Mrs. Mancuso’s 5th period classes will meet during periods 4-5.

Miss Mule’s 8th Grade Chorus will meet during periods 8-9.

Additionally, all 7th and 8th Grade Chorus students will meet in the main gym during 7th period today.

Teachers, positive attendance will be utilized.

Today Mrs. Mancuso’s 3rd and 4th period classes will have their combined rehearsals in the small gym. Period 3 classes will meet during periods 2-3, Period 4 classes will meet during periods 4-5. Teachers, positive attendance will be utilized.

Congratulations to the 7th grade girls lacrosse team on their win yesterday. The team defeated Avon Grove 8-5. Goals scored by Bridget Wells, Megan Ward, Raina Bickle, Mckayla kelly and Jordyn Macmillan, and shout out the the whole team for a hard fought win. The team ends the season with an 8-1 record. Nice work!

Attention all 7th and 8th grade girls lacrosse players: please return your uniforms – washed and cleaned – to Coach Heather in room C101 by Monday.

Have a Great Day KMS!

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Thursday, May 10, 2018 Day 2

WHAT Track Celebration

WHEN Friday, May 11th

WHERE Cafeteria

TIME 2:35-4:00pm

The KHS Sophomore class is hosting a powder-puff football game. The game is Friday, May 18th at 3pm at the football stadium. The cost is 5 dollars to get in.

Attention KMS! Career Day is today! The 6th and 7th grade will be touring our career fair in the gym. The 8th grade will be learning about dressing for the world of work, how to impress in a job interview, and will attend three career presentations. Over 60 career volunteers from the community will be in our building, so we hope everyone came to school dressed for success!!!

The softball team got back on winning track yesterday by clobbering Fugett 25-0. The team piled up 19 hits in 3 innings lead by Shannon Harvey who went 4 for 4 with 5 RBIs and Amber Kahrs who went 3 for 3 with 4 RBIs. Grace Baliff, Genevieve Ebaugh, Meredith Day, and Maddie Sears all had 2 hits and drove in runs. Maddie Casale got her first hit of the season and Jules Staudenmeyer walked in a run and scored twice. The team’s final game is on Monday May 14th at home against Avon Grove.

The 7th grade boys baseball season ended with a 6 to 1 win over Fugett yesterday afternoon to finish undefeated on the new KMS Field. Matt Patrissi and “Shay-mus” Smith-Walsh had key doubles. Drew “Zig”, Ryan King, Ben Bolhouse, and Adrian “Shev-chuck” all had 2-hit games. Chris Murphy threw 4 shutout innings followed by 3 innings from Brennan Smith, each with 3 strikeouts.

Have a Great Day KMS!

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Wednesday, May 9, 2018 Day 1

Students, you received your #allin slips yesterday. Make sure you are on track and doing your best work. If your absent bring in a note the day you return.

6th grade students enjoy your international day this afternoon.

Teachers, bus 1 is late. Please allow the students to enter and mark them present.

Attention KMS! Career Day is tomorrow! The 6th and 7th grade will be touring our career fair in the gym. The 8th grade will be learning about dressing for the world of work, how to impress in a job interview, and will attend three career presentations. Over 60 career volunteers from the community will be in our building, so everyone should come to school dressed for success!!! Wear your best business casual and make KMS proud! There is no need to buy anything new, just show us your best you!

Yesterday our track team participated in the county championship meet. Top performers were Eduardo Guadarrama, Dylon Boddy, Logan Piercy, Julian Ruiz, Miko Davidson Claire Harper, Ella Burnham and Kimberly Alvarez. Congratulations to the whole track team on a great season. See you all on Friday at 2:40 in the cafeteria for our end of season party. Bring your uniforms !

Congratulations to the girls lacrosse teams. 7th and 8th grade defeated Chichester.

The 8th grade team won 10-2 with goals by Vivian Chiomento, Hadley Robertson, Hailey Nurry, Mary Harper, Kristina Frey, Lara Rao, Peyton Fenza and Kourtney Russel.

7th grade won 10-0. Goals by Bridget Wells, McKayla Kelly, Lucy Myers, Raina Bickle, Lily Ulman, Jordan MacMillan and Sarah Burns.

Good luck to both teams as they close out their season against Avon Grove.

The 7th grade baseball team won their third in a row over Downingtown 7-2 on Tuesday afternoon. It was the Ben Show on a gorgeous afternoon at KMS Field as Ben Bolhouse threw 6 scoreless innings to go along with his 2 hits and 3 runs scored. The Blue Demons close out the season this afternoon at home.

Have a Great Day KMS!

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Upcoming Events at KMS

The following was sent to parents via email on 5/2/18:

Dear KMS Families – Here are some important reminders for the upcoming weeks:

  1. Open House: Please join us for KMS Open House on Thursday 5/3 from 7:00pm – 8:30pm. There will be an art show and music performances in the main hallway, book fair in the library classroom, projects and student work on display in each classroom, scenes from our musical Madagascar, and much more! Please try to carpool because our parking lot will fill quickly. Our back parking lot will also be open for extra parking and the back doors in the wings will be open for entrance.
  2. Madagascar: This Friday 5/4 and Saturday 5/5, over 100 KMS students will be performing MADAGASCAR right here at KMS! Tickets will be sold this week at all lunches, at Open House, and at the door. Performances are Friday at 7:00 and Saturday at 1:00 and 7:00. Come see how Alex, Marty, Gloria, Melman and the Penguins meet up with the Lemurs and the Foosa in their quest to find and understand The Wild. Any questions, see Mrs. Uster or Mrs. Coe.
  3. Progress Reports: 4th MP progress reports will be sent home during the week of 5/7. They will be given to students in 1st period classes.
  4. International Day: 6th grade International Day is on 5/9. Guest speakers from countries around the world will visit KMS to talk to students.
  5. Career Day: KMS Career Day is on 5/10. 6th and 7th grade students will visit a career fair in the morning and 8th grade students will have three career sessions in the afternoon.
  6. In-Service Day: There is no school for students on 5/15 due to a teacher in-service day.
  7. Concerts: 5/16 at 7pm is the 7th & 8th grade chorus concert and 5/17 at 7pm is the 6th grade chorus & orchestra concert (please note: this is different than what was printed on the KCSD calendar you received at the beginning of the year)
  8. PTO Dance: 5/18 at 7pm-9pm; volunteers are needed for this to occur; sign up will be out soon
  9. Algebra Keystones: 5/21 & 5/22 during periods 1-4; only students in Algebra take these tests

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Sincerely with Kennett PRIDE,

The KMS Principals

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Wednesday, May 2, 2018 Day 2

Good Morning, KMS

Remember this Thursday, May 3rd is open house here at Kennett Middle School. Bring your parents and show off your school. Open house starts at 7PM and goes to 8:30. The lobby of the building will be turned into an art gallery and this years musical will be showing teasers. Come see what else is going on.

Attention all members of the KMS Community…IT’S SHOWTIME!!! This Friday and Saturday, over 100 of your classmates and students will be performing MADAGASCAR right here at KMS! Tickets will be sold this week at all lunches, at Open House, and at the door. Performances are Friday at 7:00 and Saturday at 1:00 and 7:00. Come see how Alex, Marty, Gloria, Melman and the Penguins meet up with the Lemurs and the Foosa in their quest to find and understand The Wild. Any questions, see Mrs. Uster or Mrs. Coe.

FCA huddle will be held tomorrow morning at 6:50 in Mr bowling’s room. Bring a friend and grab a donut!

There will not be Work Wednesday today. If you were considering staying, please plan to go home on the bus. We will resume the next week. Thank you.

As a reminder, remember to donate money during lunches to help with suicide awareness and buy a yellow awareness ribbon to help as well. Hope you are wearing yellow today to represent!

Join the fun this week at After-The-Bell on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday – now through May 31st. Forgot to turn in your form? Don’t worry – just bring it to After-The-Bell room C106.

8th Grade students field trip money and permission slips are due by this Friday.

The KMS 7th grade baseball team won its 4th game yesterday against Avon Grove 9-5. Ben Bolhouse crushed a 2-run RBI double to the home run hill to give the Blue Demons the lead and then Matt Patrissi later drove in the winning runs after Avon Grove came back to tie the game. Adrian “Shev-chuck” and Jack “Bow-din” kept Avon Grove off balance with their solid pitching.

There will be a final Reading Olympics meeting on Friday May 4th at all lunches. Please plan to attend and pick up shirts.

Have a Great Day KMS!

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KMS Presents Madagascar

Kennett Middle School presents

MADAGASCAR

A Musical Adventure Based on the DreamWorks Animation Motion Picture

Book by Kevin Del Aguila
Original Music & Lyrics by George Noriega & Joel Someillan

Friday, May 4th: 7:00 PM

Saturday, May 5th: 1:00 PM and 7:00 PM

Kennett Middle School Gym

$6 Adults, $4 Students and Seniors

Madagascar Flyer

(tickets available at the door or through student pre-sale)

Join Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe, Gloria the hip hip Hippo and, of course, those hilarious, plotting penguins as they bound onto your stage in the musical adventure of a lifetime. Based on the smash DreamWorks animated motion picture, Madagascar – A Musical Adventure follows all of your favorite crack-a-lackin’ friends as they escape from their home in New York’s Central Park Zoo and find themselves on an unexpected journey to the madcap world of King Julien’s Madagascar.

Great fun for all ages!

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Tuesday, May 1, 2018 Day 1

Remember this Thursday, May 3rd is open house here at Kennett Middle School. Bring your parents and show off your school. Open house starts at 7PM and goes to 8:30. The lobby of the building will be turned into an art gallery and this years musical will be showing teasers. Come see what else is going on.

Attention all members of the KMS Community…IT’S SHOWTIME!!! This Friday and Saturday, over 100 of your classmates and students will be performing MADAGASCAR right here at KMS! Tickets will be sold this week at all lunches, at Open House, and at the door. Performances are Friday at 7:00 and Saturday at 1:00 and 7:00. Come see how Alex, Marty, Gloria, Melman and the Penguins meet up with the Lemurs and the Foosa in their quest to find and understand The Wild. Any questions, see Mrs. Uster or Mrs. Coe.

Attention Drama Council: Please go to Mrs. Uster’s room BEFORE you go to lunch. Drama Council, please see Mrs. Uster BEFORE lunch to prepare to sell tickets today.

Progress reports were pulled. We are in the last term which is T8. Make sure you do your best work and finish this school year with your best effort.

There will not be Work Wednesday this week on Wednesday, May 2nd. If you were considering staying, please plan to go home on the bus. We will resume the next week. Thank you.

As a reminder, remember to donate money during lunches to help with suicide awareness and buy a yellow awareness ribbon to help as well. We also ask you all to wear yellow on Wednesday May 2nd.

Join the fun this week at After-The-Bell on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday – now through May 31st. Forgot to turn in your form? Don’t worry – just bring it to After-The-Bell room C106.

8th Grade students field trip money and permission slips are due by this Friday.

Don’t forget!! The softball won its 5th straight game of the season yesterday to remain undefeated. They beat Lionville by a score of 7-2. The scoring got started in the first with a 2 run home run by Genevieve Ebaugh and continued in the third with a solo shot by Amber Kahrs. Abbie Adelman, Ella Schaub, Shannon Harvey, Aniya Pacheco, Ava Gavin, and Meredith Day all contributed key hits. Genevieve pitched a good game racking up 19 strikeouts. The team’s last home game is on Friday against Penns Grove. Come out and enjoy the sunny weather to support your softball team.

Congrats to the 7th grade girls lacrosse team for their 8-1 win over Lionville. Goals were scored by Mckayla Kelly, Bridget Wells and Megan Ward. Great team work on the field! Nice work girls!

Have a Great Day KMS!

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Monday, April 30, 2018 Day 6

Remember this Thursday, May 3rd is open house here at Kennett Middle School. Bring your parents and show off your school. Open house starts at 7PM and goes to 8:30. The lobby of the building will be turned into an art gallery and this years musical will be showing teasers. Come see what else is going on.

We are getting ready for the Schools to Watch Celebration on May 31 and we would like to prepare a video like we did in 2012 and 2015. The song for this year’s video will be “Can’t Stop the Feeling” by Justin Timberlake. On Friday 4/27 and Friday 5/4 we will be around to film students and staff. We need you to show off your best dance moves when you see the camera!

There will not be Work Wednesday this week on Wednesday, May 2nd. If you were considering staying, please plan to go home on the bus. We will resume the next week. Thank you.

As a reminder, remember to donate money during lunches to help with suicide awareness and buy a yellow awareness ribbon to help as well. We also ask you all to wear yellow on Wednesday May 2nd.

Progress reports were pulled. We are in the last term which is T8. Make sure you do your best work and finish this school year with your best effort.

8th Grade students field trip money and permission slips are due by this Friday. Don’t forget!!

Have a Great Day KMS!

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