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6th graders trying out lunch at Jump to the Middle - 8/20/19 6th graders trying out lunch at Jump to the Middle - 8/20/19 6th graders trying out lunch at Jump to the Middle - 8/20/19 6th graders trying out lunch at Jump to the Middle - 8/20/19 6th graders trying out lunch at Jump to the Middle - 8/20/19 6th graders trying out lunch at Jump to the Middle - 8/20/19 6th graders trying out lunch at Jump to the Middle - 8/20/19 6th graders trying out lunch at Jump to the Middle - 8/20/19 6th graders trying out lunch at Jump to the Middle - 8/20/19 KMS enjoying the United Way Breakfast award for having the highest percentage of participation. It was yummy! KMS enjoying the United Way Breakfast award for having the highest percentage of participation. It was yummy! KMS enjoying the United Way Breakfast award for having the highest percentage of participation. It was yummy! KMS enjoying the United Way Breakfast award for having the highest percentage of participation. It was yummy! KMS enjoying the United Way Breakfast award for having the highest percentage of participation. It was yummy! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! First Day of School! All 352 students at KMS celebrated their summer accomplishments with a community-building activity at the Doc Mitchell Athletic Complex.  Principal Skelton took time to recognize students accomplishments in 4H, FFA, fine arts, volunteerism, academics, technical skills, scouting, athletics, and more.  Students finished the morning festivities by assembling in the form of a human 'K' at mid-field.  All 352 students at KMS celebrated their summer accomplishments with a community-building activity at the Doc Mitchell Athletic Complex.  Principal Skelton took time to recognize students accomplishments in 4H, FFA, fine arts, volunteerism, academics, technical skills, scouting, athletics, and more.  Students finished the morning festivities by assembling in the form of a human 'K' at mid-field.  All 352 students at KMS celebrated their summer accomplishments with a community-building activity at the Doc Mitchell Athletic Complex.  Principal Skelton took time to recognize students accomplishments in 4H, FFA, fine arts, volunteerism, academics, technical skills, scouting, athletics, and more.  Students finished the morning festivities by assembling in the form of a human 'K' at mid-field.
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