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Kennett Coders win the Think Award at 2018 VEX Robotics World Championships
05/01/2018
Our VEX NH/VT Regional Excellence award winners, Kennett Coders Team 5106C have made us proud once again at the 2018 VEX 2018 World Championships. 5106C was awarded the “Think Award” for their programming excellence. 5106C team members are Chani Mores (Sophomore) and Kate Keefe (Sophomore). Kennett Coders are known for creating smart robots, and the judges at the World Championships agreed.
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Kennett High teaching class reaches new level
04/26/2018
A group of high school students, under the guidance of teacher Kelley Murphy, are leading the way toward the future of teacher education and getting an early behind-the-scenes look at how teachers and classrooms work.
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Boldly going where no advanced metals students have gone before
03/28/2018
A line at the beginning of the "Star Trek" television series — “To boldly go where no man has gone before” — pretty much captures the advanced machine-tool program students at the Mount Washington Valley Career and Technical Center at Kennett High School.
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Checkmate
Conway School Board 'Checkmated' by Kennett Coders
03/16/2018
The Conway School Board got checkmated on Monday evening — and they liked it.
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Cail explains measuring techniques to Logan Eldridge
Kennett tiny house taking shape; community help needed
03/01/2018
It's said it takes a village to raise a child, and it also could take a village in order for Paul Cail and his advanced building trades class at Kennett High School's Mt. Washington Valley Career and Technical Center to complete the tiny house project they are working on.
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Team 5106C earns Excellence Award
Kennett Coders Robotics Team Going to World Championships
02/28/2018
Team 5106C consisting of sophomores Kate Keefe and Chani Mores are moving on to the VEX World Championships in Kentucky.
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Tiny House 2, Eagles building it bigger, better
12/26/2017
Paul Cail and his advanced building trades class at the Mount Washington Valley Career and Technical Center at Kennett High School are in the tiny house business again, but things are a whole lot different this time around.
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