KCS News Details
Kennebunkport Consolidated School ~ Tel-u-Gram for Friday, March 10th, 2023
Dear KCS Families,
If you’ve been into KCS this week, you may have noticed a change in the office. Stephanie Redmond is our new administrative assistant running the main office. So, if you need to contact the main office about anything, please reach out to Stephanie Redmond at email@example.com. Also, stop by to say hi and give her a warm KCS welcome! Please, continue using the KCS Absence Reporting Form to report student absences. Lastly, I’d like to thank Mary Emmons for helping us out the past few weeks.
Next week, the Scholastic Book Fair returns to KCS after a three year hiatus! Kennebunkport Consolidated School Scholastic Book Fair: March 13-17, 2023! Students and staff will be able to stop into the Library and purchase a variety of their favorite books to take home forever. This year, your children can bring cash to spend, or use Book Fair eWallet. It's okay to just browse, too. Learn more at https://www.scholastic.com/bf/
Karen Bubar, Principal
Important Dates to Remember:
Month of March - Kids Heart Challenge
Week of March 13th - Scholastic Book Fair in library
Tues, Mar 14th - Windward (2/3) field trip
Wed, Mar 15th- Family Shopping Hour at Scholastic Book Fair in KCS Library ~ 3:00-4:00 pm
Fri, Mar 17th- Friday Morning Meeting - 8:30 am - KCS Gym
Fri, Mar 17th - end of second trimester (report cards will be coming home March 24th)
Mon, Mar 20th - School Board of Directors meeting at KES 6pm - first reading of the proposed budget
Tues, Mar 21st - kindergarten field trip
Fri, Mar 24th - Friday Morning Meeting - 8:30 am - KCS Gym
Fri, Mar 24th - report cards go home with students
ANOTHER Mark Your Calendars: Circus Smirkus - August 10th & 11th (1:00 pm and 6:00 pm shows both days)
HELP NEEDED - Additional SUPERVISION at Play Practice:
Additional volunteers are needed at play rehearsals, particularly the "all cast" rehearsals. We are thrilled that so many students are participating in the play, but we could use additional adult supervision to make rehearsals run smoothly. Any amount of help you can provide would be greatly appreciated! Lastly, you do NOT have to fill out the school volunteer form to help out with the play, so if you haven't done that yet don't let that deter you from signing up. Link to sign up genius: https://www.signupgenius.com/
Also, a friendly reminder, for play practice, please use the door near the music room / Gymnasium entrance instead of coming through the main school entrance. There isn’t always someone available in the office after hours to let people in and out of the building. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to play director Emily Gannon at KCSschoolplay@gmail.com.
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