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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
Fairley students showcase work at open house: The hallways of Fairley Elementary School were bustling with excitement recently during the fall open house. Teachers and administrators welcomed students and their families at the entrance, while the Hannibal Home and School organization, donned in their warrior attire, greeted attendees. Students walked throughout the building, stopping to see their teacher and showing off their work. Fairley Principal Joseph Musa noted that he was pleased with the turnout and is looking forward to working ... more >>
Families, Students Attend DMK Open House: The hallways were abuzz at Dennis M. Kenney Middle School recently for the fall open house. Students introduced their parents to teachers and administrators while touring the building. Informational sessions were held in classrooms to review expectations, provide resources and answer any questions that were asked. Principal Shawn Morgan said he was pleased with the turnout and noted that parental involvement was an important part of the educational process. There will be additional opportunities  ... more >>
Mobile dental unit attracts HCSD families: The Hannibal Central School District is full of healthy kids with hearty smiles, thanks to the accessibility of the S-Miles to Go mobile dental unit from the University at Buffalo.   A collaboration between UB and the school district, the state-of-the-art mobile unit has provided an array of dental services without students having to leave school property. The unit recently spent two weeks outside of Fairley Elementary School, where UB dental students and faculty members offered cleanings, ... more >>
Petal Pals brings joy, jobs to HHS: Hannibal High School students enrolled in the Life Skills class hope positivity blooms with their new Petal Pals initiative.   For the nominal fee of $25 for the school year, Hannibal Central School District teachers, staff members or administrators may have Life Skills students will help design and then deliver a colored carnation, baby’s breath and greens monthly to their colleagues at any HCSD building. Life Skills teacher Alicia Knight said the new initiative provides the students ... more >>
DMK 5th graders create kindness rocks: The Dennis M. Kenney Middle School positively rocks!   When a former student of fifth-grade teacher Cathy Smith painted a Syracuse University themed rock and left it on her doorstep over the summer, little did he know how much joy it would bring to her. Smith decided to spread the love by having her students initiate a Positivity Project where they painted rocks with positive messages and colorful designs to bring a little cheer to the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year.   Her ... more >>


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Christopher Staats, Superintendent
928 Cayuga Street
Hannibal, NY 13074

Phone: 315-564-8100


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