Julissa Aquirre-Torres participated in the Shot Put event during KCCS/DHS first Unified Track Meet. Great Job Julissa!!
PTO WELCOMES BACK MR. MARK Click on Image
PTO Members surprised Principal James Mark with balloons, flowers and cupcakes upon his return. Mr. Mark is looking forward to getting back into the daily routine of working with the amazing staff and parents of KCCS. Most of all he is excited in seeing the progress of the students.
PTO Members: Seated: Beth Andersen; Standing left to right: Andrew Begley; Kate Stomieroski; Carmen Negron; Principal James Mark; Tara Surowiec and Demetrius Summers.
KCCS/DHS UNIFIED TRACK TEAM CLICK ON IMAGE
Pictured Left to Right: Brandon LeBarron, Alex Amaranto, Chaz Moore, Morgan McCoy, and Ashley McLean. Not pictured: Dakota Mell
Mr. Bill Funkhouser, Adaptive P.E. Teacher at KCCS would like to thank everyone who came out to support KCCS/DHS Unified Track Team for their first meet. Also thank you to those who made sure all of our athletes had uniforms. It was good to see parents out supporting their athletes. Thank you to the PA Announcer who recognized our first unified meet and led the cheers for our athletes!
All students that ran the 100 meter did a great job although some work is needed on the start. In the 400 meter, Chaz and Dakota were awesome and ran the entire 400 meters. The 4x100 meter relay team of Ashley & Chaz were great and finished close to the other teams. The two DHS runners that Coach Solomon put on the Unified 4x100 relay team were outstanding, very friendly and helpful to Ashley and Chaz! Special Olympics of Delaware will be providing patches for our athletes uniforms and a banner to hang at the track.
Events our athletes participated in are: Alex Amaranto-100 meter; Morgan McCoy-100 meter; Brandon LeBarron-100 meter; Julissa Aquirre-Jones-Shot Put; Dakota Mell-Long Jump & 400 meter; Ashley McClean-100 meter, 400 meter & 4x100 relay; Charles "Chaz" Moore-100 meter, 400 meter & 4x100 relay.
Project SEARCH Welcomes Class of 2017
Eleven 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.