Reminder that the RSVPs for the Community Service Breakfast are due Wednesday (5/16)!
EXCITING NEWS!!! Your KP Spring Track team just became the newest Mountain Division Champions!!! With 129 points we took the title by around 30 points from the second place team!!! All of our athletes did an amazing job and earned us tons of points with lots of prs!!! Jilly came 6th in discus and Julie placed 1st while breaking her own school record! Catherine came 6th in triple jump and 5th in long jump. Madison came 6th in the 800 with a huge pr. I came 3rd in 100 hurdles and Lauren came 3rd in high jump. Christiana came 3rd in the 200 and Kaira came second. Miranda won both the 800 and the 3200 (2 miles) and over the two days of meets earned the team 30 points!! And our 4x400 of Josie, Kaira, Grace and Christiana placed 1st! Also shoutout to Christiana for collectively earning the team 34 points!! Congratulations to all of our amazing track athletes!! We will be running, jumping and throwing at the Union County meet on Wednesday and Thursday so watch out for for amazing stuff!!
Meeting today instead of Thursday for elections. Meet in Dr. Schwartz's Room at 2:45.
Kent Place might win a conference championship tomorrow and you don't want to miss it so come out and support!! It's at Governor Livingston
Lacrosse has a game today (5/13) for the state tournament @ Mount Saint Dominic's at 4:00 and on Tuesday (5/14) against Gill St. Bernards at home at 4:00. If lacrosse wins Monday, they will advance and play @ Oak Knoll on Thursday (5/16) at 4:00.
Thanks, AP students, for keeping the Mabie House restrooms clean and in good working order! Keep it up for one more week!
Julia Wall, Director of Admission
Interested in hosting an international student in your home next year? There are two new KPS students arriving from Germany and Slovakia looking for a host family, and it could be yours!
Jorina will be joining the 10th grade. An accomplished student from Germany with wide-ranging interests, Jorina plays the violin and participates in her school’s orchestra. She also enjoys photography, drama, film-making, and field hockey. Zofia will be joining the 11th grade. A bright and engaged student from Slovakia, Zofia is interested in being a psychologist one day. Involved in both short distance and cross country running, field hockey, floor ball, and mountain climbing, Zofia brings diversity to her extra-curricular life. Additionally, music and art are of interest to Zofia; she has attended art school for 10 years, has played the piano for seven years, and is currently learning to play both the guitar and ukulele.
This is a unique opportunity! If you and your family are interested in learning more about the program, please contact Julia Wall at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Softball won our game vs. Roselle Catholic. And we have two games this week.