KCHS Mission: To Equip Every Student to be Successful in a Global, Diverse Community.

 

Halloween 2014

Gillian Spero just received her National Teaching Certification

 

Kent's Gillian Spero earns teaching's highest honor! Congratulations to our newest Nationally Board Certified Teacher!
 
Also, the teaching channel was here today filming one of her classes to highlight on their site.  
 
Here is a picture from today. You can see her, the kids and the camera men if you look hard enough!
 
 

Watershed Restoration Project

KCHS students have planted 2, 000 trees on campus as part of a watershed restoration project. The project will help to slow erosion which directly flows to local waterways from KCHS.

Click Here to view the YouTube video

Published on Oct 31, 2014

A video by Maryland Department of Natural Resources' Chesapeake & Coastal Service about two schools planting trees for Governor O'Malley's Stream Restoration Challenge. Featuring students from Bennett High School in Salisbury planting at the Coastal Bays Program office, Kent County High School outside of Chestertown, at their school grounds and Rockburn Park in Howard County.

Health - Ebola Outbreak Information

The attached letter provides parents with steps to protect children and the school community from the risk of getting and spreading communicable diseases.

Attachments:
Download this file (EBOLA_parent_letter.pdf)EBOLA_parent_letter.pdf[ ]199 kB

Kent County Public Library Book Group

We have an exciting new book group for teens that has just started at the Kent County Public Library in Chestertown and I wanted to let you all know in the hopes that you might encourage your students to join.  Attached, please find a flyer with all of the pertinent details including the book that we will be discussing on November 18thBelzhar by Meg Wolitzer.   

 
The book group is open to any teens age 13+ and we will be meeting every third Tuesday evening from 5pm-6pm at the library. Teens are not required to attend every meeting and are welcome to come even if they have not read the month's selection.  The library will make every effort to get them copies of the books to read beforehand if they do not already have their own.  The discussion group is very informal and is led by teens, so it's a free space for them to interact with each other.
 
If you or your students have any questions about the book group, please feel free to contact me any time via email or at 410-810-2118.
Attachments:
Download this file (20141118 teen book group.pdf)Teen Book Group Flyer[ ]581 kB

2014 -2015 1st Quarter Newsletter

Attachments:
Download this file (1st QTR 14:15 newsltr Web.pdf)1st QTR 14:15 newsltr Web.pdf[ ]88042 kB

Health

Attached is an information sheet regarding ENTEROVIRUSD68 courtesy of the Baltimore City Health Department.

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