Mrs. Vanhoorebeke (rear-right) and Mrs. Gorcyca (rear-left) and their summer STEM camp students at KMS
Student academic achievement and social responsibility are the primary goals of the teachers and staff of the Kennett Consolidated School District. The KCSD Technology Dept. is committed to providing the technological tools and services to help students to achieve these goals.
Some helpful links for students:
- KCSD Web Page
- Student Resources WIKI
- Khan Academy
- The Garage
- The 25 Top Colleges and Universities in Pennsylvania
- How Stuff Works
- CBS Philly Science Center
- NASA Spaceflight
- The NASA Archive’s Hundreds of Videos Are Being Posted on Youtube
- 12 Keyboard Shortcuts for Chromebooks
- How Student Makers Solve Real-World Problems
- A Different Look at Space Exploration
- MIT Solve
Take a look at what successful people do differently…
Born on this Day
In 1886, Paul Tillich, theologian and philosopher who wrote Systematic Theology.
In 1890, H.P. Lovecraft, author of horror tales; created the Cthulhu mythos.
In 1905, Jack Teagarden, jazz trombonist.
In 1908, Kingsley Davis, sociologist who invented the term “population explosion.”
In 1941, Slobodan Milosevic, President of Serbia (1989–1997) and of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1997–2000); tried by UN’s International Criminal Tribunal for war crimes but died before trial concluded.
In 1942, Isaac Hayes, composer, musician, actor, voice-over actor; co-wrote “Soul Man,” won Academy Award for his composition “Theme from Shaft.”
In 1944, Rajiv Gandhi, Prime Minster of India.
In 1952, John Hiatt, singer/songwriter (“Have a Little Faith in Me”).
In 1954, Al Roker, weatherman (Today on NBC; Weather Channel).
In 1958, Patricia Rozema, film director, screenwriter (Mansfield Park).
In 1974, Amy Adams, actress; multiple nominations for Academy Awards, Golden Globe and BAFTA awards (Enchanted, The Fighter).
A History of Invention
Courtesy of ThoughtCo.com
- 1930: Philo Farnsworth patented a television.
- 8 billion devices will be connected to the internet by 2020.