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DENNIS M. KENNEY MIDDLE SCHOOL


 CONTACT:
   846 Cayuga Street
   Hannibal, New York 13074 

   Mr. Shawn Morgan, Principal
   Mr. Chris Tynan, Asst. Principal

   P:  (315) 564-8120
   F:  (315) 564-7509

   Hours: 7:45 am - 2:35 pm

 DMK Building Vision

DMK students are actively engaged in the learning process as they acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to become responsible, contributing citizens within their community and beyond.  Our standards-based curriculum acknowledges that all children can learn when they have clear expectations within rigorous classrooms. We recognize that students learn in a variety of ways and that we need to be sensitive to differences in learning styles and to provide additional support to children who need it.  Students are positioned to become critical thinkers, problem solvers and lifelong learners.

Within a nurturing and safe environment, DMK staff members actively engage all students in the creative, analytical and growth-oriented learning process.  We are dedicated to the education of the whole child and strive to create an atmosphere in which all students are nurtured emotionally to excel academically.

All stakeholders remain actively involved as advocates for their students and supporters of the school’s programs and staff.  At DMK, students, teachers, administrators, parents and support staff are part of a community of learners.  Through these partnerships we strive to support our students as they embrace the challenges of the 21st Century.  We stand together—DMK all the way!
 

 
School News
Pre-K Openings Available: There are still openings in the Hannibal Central School District's Universal Pre-Kindergarten program for the upcoming school year.  Children must be 4 years old on or before Dec. 1, 2017 to be eligible to attend UPK.   All students entering  Pre-K are required to: live in district meet all New York State immunization requirements have a completed physical provide birth certificate/proof of age It is the goal of the district to provide bus transportation. ... more >>
Summer Warrior Weeks: This year we are funding two weeks’ worth of activities in the mornings for students to participate in and hopefully be able to connection with some of their classmates.  Hannibal “Summer Warrior Weeks” will be held during the week of July 31 st and August 7 th .  These are opportunities for enrolled Hannibal students who will be in grades Kindergarten through Twelfth Grade in September! Our hope is that this would be a good time for students to reconnect with their ... more >>
Ceremony Celebrates Pre-K Graduates: The Fairley Elementary School gymnasium was abuzz with excitement as its pre-kindergarten students earned their diplomas June 23. Students celebrated their accomplishments and received high praise from their teachers, principal and superintendent. “We are so proud of our little Warriors,” said Superintendent Christopher Staats. “Thank you for sharing your children with us and allowing us to be part of their educational journey.” The graduates sang “Rise ... more >>
Alton commits to D’Youville College: After a successful high school academic and basketball career, Hannibal High School senior Sydney Alton is eager to embark on a collegiate career at D’Youville College in the fall. The four-year varsity standout for the Warriors recently signed her letter of intent to study and play college hoops at the Buffalo-based college. She will trade in the Hannibal purple for the Spartan red when she begins her post-secondary education in August. “D’Youville is a small school ... more >>
Happy Day celebrates teachers, students at Fairley: Fairley Elementary teachers and staff members were all smiles as they celebrated the school’s annual Happy Day event.   The tradition, which has occurred on the last school day of the year for over 40 years, has served as an opportunity for students to thank teachers and staff members for helping them reach and exceed academic, social and/or behavioral goals. Fourth-grade students took turns thanking various groups of school employees and volunteers who made the year successful. Bus ... more >>


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Christopher Staats, Superintendent
928 Cayuga Street
Hannibal, NY 13074

Phone: 315-564-8100


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