• Wednesday, January 17

    Posted by Heidi Ashby on 1/17/2018

    This is the daily bulletin for Wednesday, January 17th, 2018.

     

    Thought for the day from Martin Luther King Jr.:

    Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.

     

    Third season sports start January 30th, and include co-ed wrestling & girl's basketball. Co-ed wrestling and 6th grade girl's basketball are both non-cut sports. The 7th & 8th grade girl's basketball teams are considered a cut sport and tryouts will be held to determine the teams. In order to participate you must complete the online registration, turn in an updated physical form from your doctor, and purchase your $30 ASB card. If you have any questions, see Ms. Jaeger in the Main Office.

     

    Hey Students are you ready for a HOLLYWOOD DANCE? It will be taking place after school on Friday, January 26th form 3:00-4:30.

    Tickets are on sale starting next Wednesday January 24th in the Main Office. Ticket prices are $3 with an ASB card, and $5 without an ASB card. Tickets will be sold Wednesday, Thursday and Friday leading up to the dance. 
You can pay by cash or check, in the Main Office. If you pay at the door, ticket prices will be $5 (regardless of ASB card) and are sold as CASH ONLY.

     

    Attention all 8th graders who were in Mrs. Combs's 5th grade class at Kenmore Elementary. She will be holding a meeting in room 254 during Nutrition Break on Friday, January 19th concerning a mutual friend and artist. She hopes to see you on Friday by 10:10. Please bring a pencil or pen.

     

    We had a good turnout for “Kitchen Table” study help in the library yesterday. Be sure and check it out tomorrow after school.

     

    Students this is a reminder that there are no backpacks in Advisory.  Please remember to take a reading book and something to work on when you go to Advisory. 

     

    Tomorrow after school:

    -Art Club in Room 429

    -Detention in Room 254

    -Kitchen Table in the Library

    -7th and 8th grade boys basketball at Northshore

    -6th Grade boys basketball versus Leota at Kenmore –Go Colts!

     

    Kenmore students and staff are respectful, responsible, safe and engaged

     

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  • Tuesday, January 16

    Posted by Heidi Ashby on 1/16/2018

    This is the daily bulletin for Tuesday, January 16th, 2018.

     

    Thought for the day from Martin Luther King Jr.:

    Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, “What are you doing for others?”.

     

    Third season sports start January 30th, and include co-ed wrestling & girl's basketball. Co-ed wrestling and 6th grade girl's basketball are both non-cut sports. The 7th & 8th grade girl's basketball teams are considered a cut sport and tryouts will be held to determine the teams. In order to participate you must complete the online registration, turn in an updated physical form from your doctor, and purchase your $30 ASB card. If you have any questions, see Ms. Jaeger in the Main Office.

     

    Attention all students:

    KMS is starting an after school program on Tuesdays and Thursdays to help with your academics and it starts today in the library. It will end in time for you to take the Activity bus.  You don’t need to sign up, just drop by and sign in. There will be several adults available to work with you and help you with what you are working on. Come see what it is all about.

     

    Attention all 8th graders who were in Mrs. Combs's 5th grade class at Kenmore Elementary. She will be holding a meeting in room 254 during Nutrition Break on Friday, January 19th concerning a mutual friend and artist. She hopes to see you on Friday by 10:10. Please bring a pencil or pen.

     

    Students this is a reminder that there are no backpacks in Advisory.  Please remember to take a reading book and something to work on when you go to Advisory. 

     

    Today after school:

    -Math Help in Room 247

    -TSA in Room 322

    -Science Help in Room 418

    -7th and 8th grade boys basketball versus Canyon Park at Kenmore; Go Colts!

     

    Kenmore students and staff are respectful, responsible, safe and engaged.

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  • Friday, January 12

    Posted by Heidi Ashby on 1/12/2018

    This is the daily bulletin for Tuesday, January 16th, 2018.

     

    Thought for the day from Martin Luther King Jr.:

    In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.

     

    A reminder about electronics: 

    No cell phones or bluetooth speakers from bell to bell. That means 8:25 - 3:00.  In addition, students may not play bluetooth speakers before or after school in the cafeteria, locker bays or other common areas.  Bluetooth speakers should be left home or turned off as soon as you come on campus.

     

    Attention all students:

    KMS is starting an after school program to help with your academics. Kitchen Table will start next Tuesday, January 16th and run every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:15-4:30pm in the library.  It will end in time for you to take the Activity bus.  You don’t need to sign up, just drop by and sign in. There will be several adults available to work with you and help you with what you are working on. Come see what it is all about.

     

     

    Attention all 8th graders who were in Mrs. Combs's 5th grade class at Kenmore Elementary. She will be holding a meeting in room 254 during Nutrition Break on Friday, January 19th concerning a mutual friend and artist. She hopes to see you next Friday by 10:10. Please bring a pencil or pen.

     

    Tuesday after school:

    -Math Help in Room 247

    -TSA in Room 322

    -Science Help in Room 418

    -7th and 8th grade boys basketball versus Canyon Park at Kenmore; Go Colts!

     

    Kenmore students and staff are respectful, responsible, safe and engaged.

     

     

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  • Thursday, January 11

    Posted by Heidi Ashby on 1/11/2018

    This is the daily bulletin for Thursday, January 11th, 2018.

     

    Thought for the day:

    The semester ends January 26th, so remember:

    Where you start is not as important as where you finish.

     

    A reminder about electronics: 

    No cell phones or bluetooth speakers from bell to bell. That means 8:25 - 3:00.  In addition, students may not play bluetooth speakers before or after school in the cafeteria, locker bays or other common areas.  Bluetooth speakers should be left home or turned off as soon as you come on campus.

     

    Attention all students:

    Are you looking for some additional help with your homework or classwork?  Do you need to make up assignments or test and quizzes? Are you falling behind in classes?  Or are you just looking for a quiet, academic environment to study and do your work?  If you answered “Yes” to any of those things then Kenmore Middle School “Kitchen Table” is what you have been looking for.  KMS is starting an after school program to help with your academics. Kitchen Table will start next Tuesday, January 16th and run every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:15-4:30pm.  It will end in time for you to take the Activity bus.  You don’t need to sign up, just drop by and sign in. There will be several adults available to work with you and help you with what you are working on. Come see what it is all about.

     

    Ms. Haltiner’s Math Help has been moved to today after school.

     

    Mrs. Colkitt's Science help is re-scheduled for FRIDAY after-school this week.

     

    Today after school:

    -Detention in Room 254

    -Math Help in Rooms 247 and 249

    -Art Club in Room 429

    -6th grade boys basketball at Leota

    -7th and 8th grade boys basketball versus Leota at Kenmore; Go Colts!

     

    Kenmore students and staff are respectful, responsible, safe and engaged.

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  • Wednesday, January 10

    Posted by Heidi Ashby on 1/10/2018

    This is the daily bulletin for Wednesday, January 10th, 2018.

     

    Thought for the day:

    Discipline helps you finish a job, and finishing is what separates excellent work from average work.

     

    A reminder about electronics: 

    No cell phones or bluetooth speakers from bell to bell. That means 8:25 - 3:00.  In addition, students may not play bluetooth speakers before or after school in the cafeteria, locker bays or other common areas.  Bluetooth speakers should be left home or turned off as soon as you come on campus.

     

    Attention all students:

    Are you looking for some additional help with your homework or classwork?  Do you need to make up assignments or test and quizzes? Are you falling behind in classes?  Or are you just looking for a quiet, academic environment to study and do your work?  If you answered “Yes” to any of those things then Kenmore Middle School “Kitchen Table” is what you have been looking for.  KMS is starting an after school program to help with your academics. Kitchen Table will start next Tuesday, January 16th and run every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:15-4:30pm.  It will end in time for you to access the Activity bus, if that is your ride home.  You don’t need to sign up, just drop by and sign in. There will be several adults available to work with you and help you with what you are working on.  The best part is it is free to you. Come see what it is all about.

     

    Ms. Haltiner’s Math Help has been moved to Thursday.

     

    Tomorrow after school:

    -Detention in Room 254

    -Math Help in Rooms 247 and 249

    -Art Club in Room 429

    -6th grade boys basketball at Leota

    -7th and 8th grade boys basketball versus Leota at Kenmore; Go Colts!

     

    Kenmore students and staff are respectful, responsible, safe and engaged.

     

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  • Tuesday, January 9

    Posted by Heidi Ashby on 1/9/2018

    This is the daily bulletin for Tuesday, January 9th, 2018.

     

    Thought for the day:

    When you make a choice, you must include the consequences.

     

    A reminder about electronics: 

    No cell phones or bluetooth speakers from bell to bell. That means 8:25 - 3:00.

     

    Attention all students:

    Are you looking for some additional help with your homework or classwork?  Do you need to make up assignments or test and quizzes? Are you falling behind in classes?  Or are you just looking for a quiet, academic environment to study and do your work?  If you answered “Yes” to any of those things then Kenmore Middle School “Kitchen Table” is what you have been looking for.  KMS is starting an after school program to help with your academics. Kitchen Table will start next Tuesday, January 16th and run every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:15-4:30pm.  It will end in time for you to access the Activity bus, if that is your ride home.  You don’t need to sign up, just drop by and sign in. There will be several adults available to work with you and help you with what you are working on.  The best part is it is free to you. Come see what it is all about.

     

    There is no Math Help after school today.  Ms. Haltiner’s Math Help has been moved to Thursday.

     

    Congratulations to the 6th grade boys basketball team for winning both their games against undefeated Timbercrest last night!

     

    Today after school:

    -TSA in Room 322

    -Science Help in Room 418

     

    Kenmore students and staff are respectful, responsible, safe and engaged.

     

     

     

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  • Monday, January 8

    Posted by Heidi Ashby on 1/8/2018

    This is the daily bulletin for Monday, January 8th, 2018.

     

    Thought for the day:

    Leadership is practiced not so much in words as in attitude and in actions.

     

    Attention all students:

    A reminder about electronics.  

    No cell phones from bell to bell. That means 8:25 - 3:00.

    In addition, students may not play bluetooth speakers before or after school in the cafeteria, locker bays or other common areas.  Bluetooth speakers should be left home or turned off as soon as you come on campus.

     

    Attention all students:

    Are you looking for some additional help with your homework or classwork? Do you need to make up assignments or test and quizzes? Are you falling behind in classes? Or are you just looking for a quiet, academic environment to study and do your work? If you answered “Yes” to any of those things then Kenmore Middle School “Kitchen Table” is what you have been looking for. KMS is starting an after school program to help with your academics. Kitchen Table will start next Tuesday, January 16th and run every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:15-4:30pm. It will end in time for you to access the Activity bus, if that is your ride home. You don’t need to sign up, just drop by and sign in. There will be several adults available to work with you and help you with what you are working on. The best part is it is free to you. Come see what it is all about.

     

    Today after school:

    -Girls Who Code in Room 249

    -7thand 8th Grade boys basketball at Timbercrest

    -6thgrade boys basketball at Kenmore

     

    Kenmore students and staff are respectful, responsible, safe and engaged.

     

     

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  • Friday, January 5

    Posted by Heidi Ashby on 1/5/2018

    This is the daily bulletin for Friday, January 5th, 2018.

     

    Thought for the day:

    It’s not about perfect, it’s about effort,

     

    Good job to all KMS library users for adjusting to the new no computer gaming rule.

     

    Attention all students

    A reminder about electronics.  

    No cell phones from bell to bell. That means 8:25 - 3:00.

    In addition, students may not play bluetooth speakers before or after school in the cafeteria, locker bays or other common areas.  Bluetooth speakers should be left home or turned off as soon as you come on campus.

     

    Monday after school:

    -Girls Who Code in Room 249

    -7thand 8th Grade boys basketball at Timbercrest

    -6thgrade boys basketball at Kenmore

     

    Kenmore students and staff are respectful, responsible, safe and engaged.

     

     

     

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  • Thursday, January 4

    Posted by Heidi Ashby on 1/4/2018

    This is the daily bulletin for Thursday, January 4th, 2018.

     

    Thought for the day:

    The difference between the impossible and the possible lies in a person’s determination.

     

    ATTENTION ALL LIBRARY USERS: there will be no more computer gaming in the library. All library computers will be for school work and school related research ONLY. If you have questions, see Ms. H.

     

    There is no detention after school until next Thursday, January 11th.

     

    Art Club begins today after school for those that signed up.

     

    Today after school:

    -Math Help in Room 249

    -Art Club in Room 429

    -Science Help in Room 414

     

    Kenmore students and staff are respectful, responsible, safe and engaged.

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  • Wednesday, January 3

    Posted by Heidi Ashby on 1/3/2018

    This is the daily bulletin for Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018.

     

    Thought for the day:

    Continuous effort – not strength or intelligence – is the key to unlocking your potential.

     

    ATTENTION ALL LIBRARY USERS: there will be no more computer gaming in the library. All library computers will be for school work and school related research ONLY. If you have questions, see Ms. H.

     

    There is no detention after school until next Thursday, January 11th.

     

    Art Club begins tomorrow after school for those that signed up.

     

    Tomorrow after school:

    -Math Help in Room 249

    -Art Club in Room 429

    -Science Help in Room 414

     

    Kenmore students and staff are respectful, responsible, safe and engaged.

     

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