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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
DMK Honors 1st Quarter Award Recipients: The first marking period is in the books, and there were plenty of reasons to celebrate at Dennis M. Kenney Middle School.  Nearly 225 students earned recognition for their attendance and academic success to start the school year. To honor their accomplishments, teachers and administrators hosted a breakfast in the morning for seventh- and eighth-graders, and an ice cream social in the afternoon for fifth- and sixth-grade students. “Being here takes effort on your part. You’re ... more >>
NHS Welcomes 20 Inductees: Twenty Hannibal High School upperclassmen were recently honored for their academic success and citizenship as they were inducted into the Sadie Adamy chapter of the National Honor Society. Surrounded in the auditorium by family, friends, teachers and administrators, the inductees were lauded for exemplifying the five characteristics of the NHS: scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship and character. Each inductee went through a rigorous selection process, said NHS advisers Carol Burch ... more >>
Voters approve capital project: Renovations and improvements are in store for the Hannibal Central School District after voters approved a $42 million capital project Nov. 29. In a 157-50 vote, residents elected to move forward with the project, which encompass upgrades to portions of all district buildings. The renovations will come at no cost to district taxpayers, as the project is fully funded through a combination of state aid and the district’s existing capital reserve fund. According to HCSD Superintendent ... more >>
Capital Project Information: As superintendent of schools, it is my responsibility to ensure that our facilities and grounds are in optimal condition so we can continue to meet the needs of our students. On behalf of the board of education, I am writing to you to share information related to the facility needs of our district.   Most (if not all) of the work was identified in a state-required building condition survey done in 2015 that involved an extensive and independent inspection of all district buildings. ... more >>
Fairley Halloween Parade 2017:  Come join the Halloween celebration today. The Fairley Elementary School will be having the Halloween parade at 2:15 today (October 31st). We will be live streaming the event so those that are unable to attend can watch as well. Please check back to this site and click on this link to view the parade. The live stream will not be active until the parade begins.   https://hannibal.ensemble.cnyric.org/Watch/FEHalloween2017   more >>


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Hannibal Central School District
Christopher Staats, Superintendent
928 Cayuga Street
Hannibal, NY 13074

Phone: 315-564-8100


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