Fri., March 17 Teacher Workshop, No School
Fri., March 17 Drumline Show, 6:30pm
Sat., March 18 Drumline Show, 2pm
Mon., March 20 Winter Sports Awards, 5:30pm
Wed., March 22 Feast of the Valley, 5:30pm
Thurs., March 23 8th Grade Transition Night, 6pm
Fri. & Sat., March 24 &25 Drumline Show, 6:30pm
Wed., March 29 Jr. Parent Info Night and College fair, 5:30pm
Wed., March 29 Proj. Grad. Mtg., 5:30pm
Thurs. & Fri., March 30 & 31 Musical, 7pm
Sat., April 1 Musical, 7pm
Wed., April 5 SAT testing
Fri., April 7 Early Release, 11:20am dismissal
Sat., April 8 Write Now! Conference
Tues., April 11 Proj. Grad. Mtg., 5:30pm
April 17 - 21 Spring Break, No School
** Mineral Spring Cafe is now open to the public - Tue, Wed, Thurs from 11am - 12:30pm
Blizzard Bags Directions:
When a Blizzard Bag day is called, the color of the day is consistent with the courses you would have been attending on that day.
If the snow day causing a Blizzard Bag day to be called is a Black Day, you will need to complete the Black Day Blizzard Bag assignments for all of your courses for that day. Your class teachers are available by email from 9am to noon if you have any questions. Email addresses are available on the school web site.
You will then bring your completed assignments to school the next day. Please note that each Blizzard Bag is a graded assignment.
Kennett High School Attends the NH/VT HOSA State Competition
On Thursday, March 16th, MWV HOSA students traveled to Hanover, NH for the 37th Annual NH/VT Spring Leadership Conference at Dartmouth College. The event brings HOSA chapters representing schools from VT and NH together to attend workshops, experience leadership and professionalism in the field of healthcare, and to compete in their chosen events. Eight students attended the two day conference and were outstanding representatives of the MWV Career and Technical Center. Please join us in congratulating all of our students who studied and prepared for their competitive events and presented themselves professionally; Sam Ducker, Aleecia Dodd, Mykala Merrill, Emily Fournier, Lily Lash, Gabby Shackford, Erin Curran and Rebekah Eldridge.
We are excited to announce that three of our competitors were recognized for their events. First, the team of Rebekah Eldridge and Erin Curran won 1st place overall for Community Awareness, a service project designed to raise community awareness of a health related issue of local, state or national interest. Their efforts to promote awareness of the Let's Go 5210 program and childhood obesity prevention with the Winter Carnival event earned them this recognition. Second, Sam Ducker won 2nd place for Nursing Assisting which comprised of a first round written exam and second round clinical test in skills related to the role of the LNA. With close to 300 competitors in attendance this is an outstanding success for our students, HOSA and the Health Science program I was incredibly proud of our team!
KHS Students Attend the 60th Annual DECA New Hampshire Spring Competitive Conference
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KHS Enduring Understandings represent the attributes of every Kennett High School graduate. To view, CLICK HERE
We are proud to announce Rebecca Lees was named a finalist in the 2017 Competiion for National Merit Scholarship. CONGRATULATIONS Rebecca!
2016 - 2017 Employee and Freshman of the Month Winners
Employee of the Month:
September: Harrison Kanzler
October: Laurel Zengilowski
November: Kelley Murphy
December: Heather Sherwood
January: Paul Cail
Freshmen of the Month:
September: Ryan Drew, Jackson Gordon, Cole Rogers