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"Bancroft Elementary School is dedicated to creating a safe and rewarding educational experience for all children. Our goal is to focus on student success by fostering a positive, accepting and supportive learning environment where students are proud of the work that they do each day."
- Principal Leah McComsey,
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"The entire Kennett Middle School staff believes that it is an honor and privilege to educate and care for the most prized possessions of our community, your children. We are a school that creates a well-balanced learning environment with high academic and behavioral standards."
- Principal Lorenzo DeAngelis
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"At Kennett High School, we hold our students to the highest of expectations both in and outside of the classroom. Together, we collaborate and communicate to ensure a positive learning environment where all students feel safe, welcomed, and inspired to improve each and every day...."
- Principal Dr. Jeremy Hritz
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Kennett High School’s Athletic Council is a club that gives back to the community in various ways, such as reading to elementary school children and hosting various community nights. Members are athletes invited to join this club by the Athletic Director, Mr. Sean Harvey. At the end of the last school year, they visited New Garden Elementary School to help Mr. Troy Harris’s class edit and revise a narrative writing piece. The younger students enjoyed having another set of eyes look at their narrative pieces. It was a fun morning!
Weekly, in Mrs. Gina Brodie’s class, students come up with quotes that are discussed throughout the week. Every Friday, the inspirational quote is awarded to the student who most personifies the saying. Mrs. Brodie’s students embraced this activity and it helped to build classroom community.
Miss Erika Smith’s first grade class worked hard mastering nonfiction reading. These students read books and listened to read alouds all week. The culminating STEM activity was building igloos for penguins. Not only were the students engaged, they had fun and were excited to master a new skill.