Recent KES News
2018 KES Speed Stacks
Kismet Elementary held their annual Speed Stacks competition on March 9th. We would like to thank Mr. Saucedo and Mr. Grilliot, our judges, and our families for coming to watch us .
2nd Grade Winners (in black): Samuel Puentes, Aren Puentes, Melanie Cox (Champion), Mariah Mendoza (Runner-Up), Leslie Garcia, Kynzlee Perez, Katelyn Reiss, and Genesis Moreno.
1st Grade Winners (in red): Ramon Hernandez, Adonys Marquez, Adelyn Guida, Hayes Saucedo (Champion), Josie Fieser (Runner-Up), Eileen Timmer, Anthony Juarez, and Chaz Ray.
Kindergarten Winners (in blue): Olga Sanchez, Keishly Diaz, Jose Martinez, Charlie Underwood (Runner-Up), Addison Reiss (Champion), Kaden Olvera, Adrian Trejo, and Alexa Acosta.
Conventional board games and card games are great ways to teach students the soft skills that they need to be successful. Board games and card games offer a lot of benefits that online games can't. In addition to math and reading skills, board games and card games teach kids how to take turns. They promote mental agility, teamwork, patience, thinking ahead, actions and consequences, making tough choices, and how to be a good sport. Our Game Day was extremely successful. We look forward it doing it again soon!
Meade High School Trip
A big thank you to Meade's SKILLS USA classes for all of their work! The students loved their tours!
Family Math and Reading Night
Veterans Day Program
Kismet Elementary School held their annual Veterans Day program November 10 in the school's gym. The program was well attended by local veterans, parents, grandparents, and community members. Students sang patriotic songs and recognized veterans that attended the program with handmade gifts.
Migration of Butterflies
On October 5, the Kismet Elementary students learned about the migration of the Monarch Butterfly!
ECLIPSE DAY 2017
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Summer Lunch Program