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Kickemuit to play, sing sounds of the season

Kickemuit to play, sing sounds of the season

The Kickemuit Middle School Music Department will offer two holiday concerts in December, showcasing the singing and instrumental talents of its students. The KMS 7th and 8th grade bands, directed by Melissa Labonte and Jeffrey Brackett, are scheduled to perform Tuesday, Dec. 16, at 7 p.m. in the Mt. Hope High School auditorium. Holiday music

Kickemuit players carry goalkeeper Thea Brum after a shut-out win for the state championship Tuesday afternoon.

Kickemuit girls win state soccer championship

Behind some strong goal tending and timely scoring, the Kickemuit girls soccer team beat Cole Middle School 2-0 for the middle school state championship Tuesday afternoon. The East Greenwich team controlled the ball most of the game, keeping it in their offensive end, but Kickemuit goalkeeper Thea Brum stopped everything that came her way, making

Shown (from left) are runners Nayden Braga, Adam Orwiler, Ryder Ferris, Keegan Hanley, Coach Brian Beausoleil, Nick Januario, Cameron Rancourt and Devon Loiselle

KMS cross country places 6th at States

The Kickemuit Middle School cross country team had a good weekend at Warwick’s Goddard State Park this past weekend, finishing sixth out of 31 teams competing in the Rhode Island State Middle School Championships. Apart from the strong overall showing, there were individual high points as well. Varsity eighth grader Ryder Ferris finished 28 out

Letter: Solar array would help schools mitigate electricity increases

To the editor: In response to “Questions remain before school district commits to solar”: Bristol is facing a 20 percent increase in electricity rates, a $75,000 to $100,000 increase in cost to the schools alone. A 100 kW solar array would have reduced that increase by 20 percent. Questions regarding actual savings and roof warranty


Kickemuit students honored

Two Kickemuit Middle School students will be honored for overall excellence at an awards banquet in Warwick later this month. Eighth graders Madison Withers and David Marshall were recently named this year’s winners of the school’s Scholar Leader Award. The award, available to students who attend schools which are members of the New England League