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Final Exams - Early Dismissal ( December 16,17&18)

Dear parents and students;

Semester final exams will be administered on December 16,17 & 18, 2014. Students will be dismissed at 11 AM on those days. Please see the schedule below.

Should you have any questions,concerns, please email assessment@kenilworthst.org


Kenilworth receives U.S. Army grant

Kenilworth Science and Technology Charter School has received a $1,260 grant for the 2014-15 school year from the U.S. Army Educational Outreach Program. We are proud to be the only school from Louisiana receiving this grant.

The grant will help the school participate in eCYBERMISSION, a national program coordinated by the U.S. Army and the National Science Teachers Association. The eCYBERMISSION program encourages middle school teams to use science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) to solve a "mission challenge" in their communities. Mission challenges can involve alternative sources of energy; the environment; food, health and fitness; forces and motion; national security and safety; robotics or technology.


Louisiana Elementary Math Olympiad


4th and 5th graders in Louisiana will face off for math competition sponsored by Coca-Cola. It is an extracurricular math event to be held at Kenilworth Science and Technology School, Saturday, February 21st, 2015. The event will provide a challenging, engaging mathematical experience which is both competitive and educational. All interested 4th and 5th graders in Louisiana are welcome to participate in the competition. There is no registration fee.

Visit www.laemo.org for more information and to register


All middle school students in public, private, charter or home schools in Louisiana are invited to participate in the 2015 Louisiana STEM Expo , hosted by Kenilworth Science and Technology Charter School in Baton Rouge on Feb. 28, 2015.

The theme of the 2015 expo is "Homegrown STEM in Louisiana." The expo, an innovative alternative to traditional science fairs, will include demonstrations, games and robotics from students across Louisiana. Interested students can register for free at www.lastemexpo.org.

Dr. Isiah Warner, an LSU Boyd professor of chemistry and the university's Vice Chancellor for Strategic Initiatives, will be the keynote speaker at the expo.

For more information, visit www.lastemexpo.org


The Sixth Annual KST Science Fair

We are excited to announce Kenilworth's 6th annual school-wide science fair! This year's fair will be held on Saturday, December 6th, 2014. Registration will open at 8:00, with judging 9:00-11:00, and public viewing 11:00-12:00. Our awards ceremony will be held at 12:00.

Parents/Students, if you need the resources that has being used in the class for science fair, here is the link where you can find it.

We are looking for judges from the community, particularly in science/engineering fields. If you are interested in applying to be a judge, click on the link below and fill out the application form. We look forward to seeing you on December 6th!

Judge Application Form

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Kenilworth experiment is "out of this world"

Kenilworth Science and Technology Charter School students were in the news on Wednesday for a science experiment that took them from Baton Rouge to Crowley, Louisiana, to outer space and back.

WAFB-TV photojournalist Rick Portier did an excellent job in reporting the story in Wednesday's 6 p.m. newscast. You can see the full video here .

Kenilworth students used the balloon experiment to learn how air pressure, temperature and altitude affect each other.

Watch the journey here


Kenilworth student honored by BR Mayor Holden

Kenilworth Science and Technology Charter School student Jalen Scott was recognized by Mayor-President Kip Holden and the entire Metro Council on Wednesday for his accomplishment of winning the top prize in an international science competition.


Kenilworth student wins top prize in international science competition




Kenilworth student, Jalen Scott captured the top award for having the best overall project in last week's Golden Climate International Environmental Project Olympiad in Nairobi, Kenya. Jalen was the only U.S. finalist selected to participate in the competition, which featured dozens of the top middle school and high school students from more than 35 countries.


Kenilworth student wins top prize in international science competition

Kenilworth student Jalen Scott captured the top award for having the best overall project in last week's Golden Climate International Environmental Project Olympiad in Nairobi, Kenya. Jalen was the only U.S. finalist selected to participate in the competition, which featured dozens of the top middle school and high school students from more than 35 countries.

"Jalen Scott's accomplishments are nothing short of amazing and show the world that we are developing some of the best minds in science fields right here in Baton Rouge," said Mayor-President Melvin L. "Kip" Holden. "I couldn't be more proud that his innovative ideas not only benefit current students, but will also help him achieve his own dreams."


Calendar
 
 December 18, Thursday
Semester Finals (Early Dismissal)
 
 
 December 19, Friday
Winter Break starts (no classes)
 
 
 January 2, Friday
Winter Break ends (no classes)
 
 
 January 5, Monday
Professional Development (no classes)
 

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