End of year Calendar
May Highlights of the Month
See Kuss Sports for the weekend's updates that includes a no-hitter by Gabrielle Streeto in softball.
Student Ticket price is $3, available at the door.
2 plays and Talent Show $3 What a deal!!!
Kuss - Fitness Challenge
The Kuss Middle School submitted a fitness proposal entitled "plank to the core of the earth". The Proposal received an honorable mention at the Greater Fall River Fitness Challenge on Friday May 15th, 2015 earning our school a generous $125 dollar donation to the Physical Education department courtesy of Partners for a Healthier Community. A great idea developed by Mr. Harvey that utilized cross curricular subjects as well as life long fitness exercises students can utilize anywhere they are. Thank you to the students for making this initiative successful. Planking season will continue on at Kuss Middle School!
On May 8, 8R took part in 2015 Special Olympics at Dartmouth High School. Not only did they have a great time, but they took home Gold across the board in the track and field, the javelin throw and softball. Participating in the event was Joshua Raposo, Edwin Fernandez, Colyns Teixiera Garret Gorton, Jayshalee Rivera, Tabetha Rebello, Jaiden Melo, Ana Guilmette Jameson Owen, Nicholas Bernard and Bryce Choquette. Great job Cougars!
Walk for Hunger
On Sunday May 3rd, Kuss students, current and past, took part in the Walk for Hunger in Boston. Through their fundraising efforts, we were able to raise $1000.00 to help combat hunger in our home state. Students persevered through a warm day and a 20 mile course to take part in this social justice project. Along the way they were able to see such sights as Fenway Park, Boston College, Harvard, M.I.T. as well as ending the walk in the beautiful Boston Commons. This is the 7th consecutive year Kuss has participated in the Walk for Hunger.
MS Theater Competition
Last Saturday The Kuss Middle School Theater Arts Program, assisted by our alumni and friends from the Durfee High School Theater Company and several parents hosted the very successful Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild's Middle School One Act Play Festival. Over 150 students from five schools presented their best theatrical work on our stage throughout the day.
The Kuss Middle School's production of East of The Sun, West of The Moon was awarded a Silver Medal. Four All Star Company Awards presented by the judges:
The play will be presented June 5th and 6th at 7PM as a part of our
Evening of One Act Plays, along with Sally Cotter and The Censored Stone
Student Directed by Kolby Peixoto and Gabriella Noversa
Tickets for students will be available at the door and are only $3