Kenai Middle

Posted: Wednesday, February 16, 2005

The school thanks parents and guardians who made it to conferences last week. The participation is appreciated.

Student council is selling breakfast from 7:20 to 7:40 a.m. in the commons area.

Congratulations to the seventh- and eighth-grade battle of the books team for taking first place in the competition. These students are Maya Johnson, Vanessa Dukowitz, Molly Watkins, Devon Cowan and Kirsten Lawrence. They will go on to compete at the state level in a few weeks

There are participation opportunities for the 2006 Arctic Winter Games. While the actual Games will be held on the Kenai Peninsula, the seat and lead individual of the sports teams (John Estle) is in Fairbanks. To contact him regarding your sport of interest, e-mail awgteamalaskaatgci.net or awgteamalaskaatgci.net.

Participation forms are available in the office for sixth-grade volleyball.

Dates to remember:

Wednesday — Chamber Student of the Month, Christina Fischer, luncheon;

Thursday — Site council in the library at 5:30 p.m.;

Friday — Volleyball at Kenai Middle School at 3 p.m.; and

Saturday — Wrestling invitational at SMS; skiing at Homer.

Kenaitze Head Start

February is dental health month and activities in the Raven, and Eagle class will focus on dental health. Children in the Salmon and Whales class will learn about nutrition and eating healthy foods to care for their hearts.

The Moose and Bear class has been making a Dena'ina food pyramid. "Kliva" means bread. Students will read, "Dirty, Downright Nasty Germs!" and make "cover your sneeze, please," self-portraits. They also will draw their own germs.

The Parent Activity Committee for the Moose and Bear class is from 1 to 1:45 p.m. Friday.



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