Our middle schoolers got to enjoy some well deserved rewards today!👏🥳 In the spirit of giving, 7th graders earned a pizza party PLUS the epic opportunity to pie Principal Kanner in the face- for bringing the most donations to our recent canned food drive! Meanwhile, our 6th graders got to hang out with Principal Kanner and watch a Christmas movie, for winning our school-wide monopoly game back in October! What a fantastic way to kick off the holiday season!
🌟 Career Explorations in Pre-K! 🌟 Our little learners had an exciting week diving into the world of careers! Today, they had the pleasure of meeting Jessica DeCramer, a dedicated postal worker at the Nunda Post Office. Last week, they got a visit from Deputy Gerace, our school resource officer, who shared insights into the world of law enforcement. And let's not forget our recent visit with Elsa Emo, a fantastic local veterinarian, who opened their eyes to the wonders of caring for our furry friends!
Our 4th grade students recently got to step back in time while visiting Mills Mansion, which is located in Mount Morris. Students were able to jump back to the 1800s to learn about the life of Brigadier General William Mills and experience life before modern technology!
Spread the joy this holiday season with Keshequa High School Student Council's Holiday Candy Grams! You can send your favorite student or staff member a Candy Gram by ordering now through December 15! To place your order and make someone's day a little brighter, click on the link below: https://forms.gle/T7QpEX6gmSkK6vPj8 Orders and Payments are due by December 15
We are thrilled to share that four girls from our soccer team have been selected for the All Greater Rochester Area Girls Soccer Team! Kesley Davis has secured her spot on the second team, while Ava Thayer, Kaylin Fox and Braelyn Isaman were chosen as honorable mention team members! Great job ladies, your hard work has truly paid off!
This past Friday, our Pre-K students created holiday cards during our Joy Day events. We're thrilled to announce that these special cards are now heading to Keshequa graduate Levi Howe and his fellow Marines! We hope these cards can bring a touch of warmth to Levi and those serving with him this holiday season, and we want to thank him for his service to our country!
❄Join us for a Winter Fun Fest on December 7th! ❄ While parents attend parent-teacher conferences, students are invited to a fantastic time in the Nunda cafeteria! 🎮 Games, a photo booth, and multiple activities await you in the cafeteria! 📚 The Book Fair will be open in room 1159, and for even more fun, participate in Book Fair Bingo in room 1170 for a chance to win a fantastic book! 🧥 Help us spread warmth this winter by participating in our "Leave a Coat, Take a Coat" drive in the hallway next to the Book Fair.
The snow in the air means the Keshequa Holiday Concert is right around the corner! Join us on Wednesday, December 20, at the Nunda Auditorium to hear some of our talented students ring in the holiday season! The concert will start at 5:30 P.M. and everyone is invited! Parents of chorus students in grades 5-12 can look on google classroom for more details!
🌟 Yearbook Presale Alert for Grades 7-12! 🌟 Order forms for the 2023-2024 yearbooks, for Grades 7-12, will be sent home this week with students! Yearbooks are $25 if you order them before December 23, when the price will then go to $30. This year, you can personalize your student's yearbook- with their name for $6. The deadline to order a personalization is February 1, 2024. If you prefer to order online- you can visit buytheyearbook.pictavo.com and find our school by searching "Keshequa Secondary"
🎓 Empowering Minds! 🌟 Alyssa Wright, an outstanding SUNY Fredonia student with a remarkable track record of winning 17 scholarships, totaling over $20,000, recently shared her secrets for successful scholarship hunting to some of our seniors and students taking college-level courses. A massive shoutout to Alyssa for paying it forward and empowering our high school students!
🌟 Incredible News! 🌟 Our Middle School came together in an amazing way for our Soup Drive, collecting a total of 126 donations! 1st place, for the most amount of food donated, goes to 7th Grade who brought in a whopping 59 items! 5th grade also showed their generosity, securing second place with an impressive 32 donations! Thank you to everyone who donated!
We're still buzzing with excitement from last night's roller skating party for our amazing Pre-K through 4th grade students! We're thrilled to share that we had a fantastic turnout of 110 skaters!
Our talented elementary students have once again filled our hallways with the colors of the season! 🦃 They've crafted incredible Thanksgiving decorations that not only fill our school with warmth but also weave in valuable lessons along the way!
👩⚕️📚 Exciting Career Exploration! 📚👨⚕️ This month, our Middle and High school students got to learn about the fascinating world of healthcare! 🌟 They had the incredible chance to meet with dedicated healthcare professionals, gaining valuable insights into the nursing and medical field. 🏥 This marks the kickoff of a series of career learning opportunities planned throughout the year.
🍁🌟 Today was truly special as our Elementary Student Council hosted a heartwarming Thanksgiving Dinner for over 135 local senior citizens! 🦃 Our guests were treated to a traditional Thanksgiving meal, while fellow students entertained the group with songs. A huge thank you to our amazing student council and everyone who made this memorable event possible!
🍲 Middle School Soup Drive 🍲 The Middle School is kicking off the season of giving by hosting a soup drive next week! On Monday, Nov. 20, and Tuesday, Nov. 21, middle school students can bring in any type of canned soup, instant cup of soup, or ramen noodle soup as a donation to our food pantry! The class that brings the most donations in, will receive a pizza party in December!
🎉 Celebrating success in Mrs. Beachel and Mrs. Crosby's Class! 📚 Our students tackled a challenging mixed addition and subtraction blooket, and we're thrilled to announce that they achieved a perfect 100% accuracy on a whopping 179 questions! We're so proud of all of you!
Students in Mr. Earley and Mrs. Waight's Spanish classes dove into the rich traditions of Dia de los Muertos, a tradition that allows us to pay tribute to and remember our loved ones who have passed on, creating a stunning ofrenda that beautifully captured the essence of this meaningful celebration. 🧡🕯️ The ofrenda, adorned with family pictures, marigold flowers, candles, butterflies, and skeletons, served as a tangible expression of our collective respect and remembrance. A huge shoutout to Mr. Earley, Mrs. Waight, and all the incredible students who contributed to crafting this cultural masterpiece! 🙏 Special thanks to the families who generously shared their cherished pictures, making this ofrenda a truly personal and meaningful tribute.
To highlight the important work our school psychologists do to help our students succeed, November 6-10 marked National School Psychology Awareness Week. 🖍️ Our Elementary School classrooms got creative and showed their appreciation by coloring in mugs to adorn Mrs. Krezmien's door. Each colorful masterpiece is a symbol of gratitude for the positive impact she has on our school community.
What a heartwarming way to honor our local veterans! On Thursday, our Elementary School welcomed local veterans in for a Veterans Day Breakfast. Our veterans were then escorted to the cafeteria by some of our scouts- where the whole school got together to sing patriotic songs and personally thank each veteran for their service. Gratitude and community spirit shine bright in the moments like these! 🇺🇸