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Students in grades 6 – 8 will be competing against each other, along with faculty, to help fight hunger and make our community a better place.
The Food Drive will run from now until February 20. The 6th graders can bring their food to classrooms of Mr. Rund and Mr. Ratz. The 7th graders to Mr. Hoffbeck’s classroom and 8th graders should bring their food to Mrs. Steer’s classroom. There will be a prize/treat for the winning grade (or maybe the teachers will win!).
Kennedy Secondary School students have had the Bike Blender for a few years now, allowing them to use pedal power to make smoothies in FACS classes.
Now, thanks to a grant from the 544 Foundation, students can also use pedal power to charge their devices, as demonstrated here:
At the start of the new semester, Steve Andrews exhibited some samples of Chinese culture to the four Chinese classes at Kennedy Secondary School. Among the exhibits was a Han dynasty horse, to mark the end of the Year of the Horse.
Mr. Andrews has visited China several times as a Dean with Concordia’s Global Language Villages.
Here is the 2015-2016 Registration Guide. This guide can also be downloaded or viewed by clicking here.