During Breast Cancer Awareness Month the Staff at KCCS wear pink t-shirts to show their support in the fight against Breast Cancer. Front Row/Kneeling: Lauren Victor, Paula Carey, Maria Granitto;
Second Row: James Mark, Rebecca Tinger, Kathy Falasco, Maria Ruffin, Laura Hoffman, Ayesha Ghyll, Tianna Broxton, Chelsey Cubbage, Katie Morris, Anita Dawkins;
Back Row: Joanna Flournoy, Joyce Morton-Elzie, Danny Petrucci, Jeannie Barry, Katie Huff, Jill Olshenske, Rebecca Casey
DHS/KCCS UNIFIED FLAG FOOTBALL TEAM CLICK ON IMAGE
Dover High School a long with KCCS is very proud to introduce our first ever Unified Flag Football Team! These Senator Student Athletes have been hard at work running plays and learning to work together as a single unit. Our team consists of students with and without intellectual disabilities to promote social inclusion. Team sports bring people together, both as players and as viewers. We would love to see you at our next game! Kudos to Coach Schukoske!! Dover High beat CR in our first game by a score of 32-24! There are 3 more games in the regular season. Please come out on the following dates and support the team.
Tuesday, Oct. 10th - 3:30 pm - Middletown High School @ Middletown
Tuesday, Oct. 17th - 3:30 pm - Woodbridge High School @ Dover High
Tuesday, Oct. 24th - 6:00 pm - Seaford High School @ Dover High
Playoff Games will be announced. Go to www.senatorssports.com for more information.
FALL IS UPON US AT KCCS CLICK ON IMAGE
A great big thank you goes out to Tina Huff, former Assistant Superintendent of the Capital School District for the beautiful display of mums, pumpkins, flowers and a smiling scarecrow set up at the entrance of KCCS. The display really sets the mood for our Fall Festival on Friday, October 20th.
ARTISTIC TALENT BRIGHTENS SWIM TIME Click on Image
Staff and students come together regularly during swim time, in the course of this period you can listen to children play and instructional staff setting up tasks for student to practice; tasks that extend your children's knowledge and improve life skills. Summer School 2017 Erica Krambeck, Aquatics Director teamed up with Charon Dagley, Central Middle School Visual Arts Teacher and created a concept to give the pool facility a sense of unity and pride. With the assistance of class participation and Jordan Roberson a regular substitute. We at Kent County Community School were able to create a Life Time mural that can be enjoyed each and every day. With the quote "We are All Different Kinds of Fish but In School We Swim Together" as a reminder that not everyone is the same and we each have individual and unique qualities that are accepted and appreciated.
Ten student interns have committed to participate in Project SEARCH, a high school transition program designed for students ages 18-21 seeking to learn independent living skills as well as transferrable, marketable job skills. In addition to classroom instruction, students will rotate through three different ten week internship rotations at Bayhealth, host business for Project SEARCH.