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KHMS News June 11

06/11/21

Happy Friday KHMS! WOOHOO, we officially made it through the 2020-2021 school year! There were so many unknowns and changes that our students, staff, and KH community endured. They showed how brave and bold Kenowa Hills Knights truly are! We appreciate all your patience during this school year, we could not have done it without our unity and Knight Pride. Have a safe and happy summer break. We will see you in August at registration.

Congratulations to our 8th graders, the class of 2025! Best wishes on your new journey to high school! We hope you continue to push yourselves and stay focused on a path of hardwork and determination!

If your student had any prescription medication or over the counter medication they needed to take during the school year, please pick it up by Tuesday, June 18th. Thank you!!

Mark your calendars!!Registration: August 10, 11 and 12, 8:00am to 11:00am & 12pm to 2:00pm. Open House: Monday, August 23rd 5:30-6:30.

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KHMS News June 4

06/04/21

Happy Friday KHMS! We just finished our last full days of the 20-21 school year! It has been a year of ups and downs, twists and turns but we all made it through stronger and UKNIGHTED! Good luck to our 8th graders, we wish them all the best next year as high school freshmen! Next week we wrap up with 3 half days which are also spirit days! Monday: Throwback, Tuesday: Neon and Wednesday: Beach Day.

Mandatory Chromebook Collection: Students turned Chromebooks in today. If you have missed today's deadline, please make sure you have your Chromebook, Case, and Charger to return for next school year. All Media Center library books are now due!! Please return them as soon as possible to avoid any library fees!

LOST & FOUND!! Our area of misplaced items need to find their home! Please check with your students about missing jackets, clothing, water bottles and other random things!

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KHMS News May 28

05/28/21

Happy Friday KHMS! Next week we will be starting our end of the year checklists. That includes returning library books and turning in Chromebooks, etc. With the nicer weather we have been experiencing (yeah!) classes have been going outside from time to time. It is very helpful if you need to excuse your student for an appointment or early pickup that you please call ahead to the office. Be on the lookout for emails and/or school messengers regarding more end of the year information. Have a safe and healthy Memorial Day weekend. GO KNIGHTS!

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