12/2/21: new cases have been posted to the COVID Dashboard

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KHMS News November 19

11/19/21

Hello KHMS! We have officially made it to Thanksgiving Break, reminder, no school Monday, November 22 through Friday, November 26! The staff admires all of your students' continued success in overcoming obstacles that still impact them daily from so many distractions. Their adversity to adjustments is admirable, we hope they have a chance to unwind and enjoy their holiday with family and friends. Reminder: when we return on Monday, November 29th we will begin Trimester 2.

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KHMS News November 12

11/12/21

Hello KHMS!
In addition to taking care of our students and the school community, a priority at the Middle School and throughout the district this year is supporting students to grow their mathematical skills and thinking. Recognizing that our students have experienced interruptions in their academics, and vary in experiences & levels of understanding, we are striving to meet the needs of all learners. One tool we are using this year to meet student needs is Khan Academy MAPPERS. This platform allows us to input individual student NWEA data so that the practice opportunities are targeted to each student's readiness level. These practices are available to students at all times. As a school, we are using Connect time on Wednesdays as time for all students to practice skills that will grow mathematical thinking. If you are looking for ways to support your child at home, this is a great resource for them to use 2-3 times per week for 15-20 minutes. We are grateful to partner with you on your child's math journey. GO KNIGHTS!

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KHMS News November 5

11/05/21

Hello KHMS! We are in the stretch to Thanksgiving break and our students are busy wrapping up their 1st trimester classes. Ms. Lesperance’s phys ed class participated in a Off-road Recreation Vehicle series to test out for an orv license. Thank you to Marine Deputy Albretch from the Kent County Sheriff's Department who led this class for our 7th graders. This week our 8th graders left on their journey to Washington DC for the biannual trip. You can find information for your current 6th and 7th graders to take advantage of this amazing opportunity next November by going to the website: https://www.kenowahillsdctrip.... a great and restful weekend. GO KNIGHTS!

Congratulations to the Students of the Week!!
6th Grade: Braiden Harmsen
7th Grade: Quinn Cyr-Fairfield
8th Grade: Aiden Blumberg

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