John F. Kennedy
At JFK, seventy five certified and twenty four classified staff serve the needs of close to 800 students. In addition to this, a very active parent-teacher organization and school volunteer program help to support our school community's efforts.
Our learning programs integrate language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, world language, art, music, technology education, family and consumer science, and physical education. Each of these learning areas is reviewed and revised continuously. Students with interest in vocal or instrumental music may participate in our band, chorus, or orchestral programs. There are programs for students with identified learning needs, that provide a broad spectrum of supports from resource classes in core content areas to fully supported inclusion classes. An integral part of inclusion supports include collaborative teaching in several content areas of each grade level. Our school counselors, school psychologist and social worker provide supports for all students academic, social and emotional needs.
Many opportunities for enrichment are fostered at JFK, which include clubs for students interested in drama, art, reading, writing, and our JFK yearbook. We have clubs for students interested in the environment, skiing, as well as homework club, builder's club and several others.
JFK offers a variety of interscholastic sports for girls and boys. Academic excellence, leadership and good citizenship are encouraged and recognized through the honor roll, students of the month, National Junior Honor Society, Peer Advocates, and many achievement celebrations. Community service is encouraged for all students at JFK and through participation in many of our clubs. Student performance as reported on the state's School Profile and Performance Report, includes not only test results but data on other aspects such as student attendance and physical fitness. The staff is proud to note that Kennedy Middle School students consistently demonstrate significant growth as measured by the Smarter Balance Assessment. We continue to strengthen our community partnerships in order to enhance all aspects of our student's experiences at JFK, who generously provide financial assistance and services to help enhance opportunities for students.
Anonymous Safety Tip Line
The Southington Board of Education's continued effort to provide a safe environment for all will now include an anonymous safety tip line - click here for more information.
MIDDLE SCHOOL PROJECT BASED LEARNING
Click here to find out more about the project based learning.
The Southington Public School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, religion or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Click here for the Non-discrimination Statement.
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Richard Terino, Principal
Jennifer Uccello, Secretary
Susanne Vitcavage, Asst. Principal
Karen Longo, Secretary
1071 South Main Street
Plantsville, CT 06479
Nurse: 860-628-3275 x14013
8:05 - 2:40
Planned Early Dismissal:
8:05 - 12:45