Photo Credit: Background vector created by freepik - http://www.freepik.com Natick PS has a strong working partnership with Cognex, and annually applies for donation (grant) funding through their Community Donations Program. Cognex has a mission to give back to the communities where their offices are located, and donations received through this program work to initiate, support,… Continue reading Natick Receives Community Donations from Cognex!
Congratulations to Jack for earning the title of 2019 Poetry Slam Grand Champion! Excellent job to the other finalist, Fiona, as well as the runners up, Anna and Nathan, who all performed wonderfully and helped make the second annual Poetry Slam Tournament a major success! Check out the video of the highlights below!
Today we celebrated student athletes who participate in the Special Olympics! Check out the video below to see how the day started out with tons of energy and excitement!
As we approach Special Olympics Day, we want to share this video—created by Senior Teddy Borgman for his senior internship project—profiling the 2019 Natick Unified Track and Field Team. Natick High School's Unified Sports, founded in 2017, was developed to be inclusive of students of all abilities. Participation on these teams goes beyond competition, and… Continue reading Unified Sports: Bringing Students Together On and Off the Field
On May 17, six 6th-grade students participated in Dig It. Fab It. Make It. 2019 where they showcased products they conceptualized, designed, and assembled to solve everyday problems. They attended with their teacher, Karin Cloutier (formerly Knapik) who is an Instructional Technology Teacher at Kennedy Middle School. The products developed by this group are inventive… Continue reading Fab Friday for KMS Sixth-Graders
On May 8, Wilson Jazz Band competed at the MAJE Central District Junior Festival at Trottier Middle School in Southborough, MA. They were adjudicated by three, highly qualified judges including Paul Alberta, Norwood Public Schools (ret.); Paul Pitts, Boston Public Schools; and Jeffrey Leonard, Lexington Public Schools (ret.). As a result of their performance, they… Continue reading Wilson Jazz(es) at MAJE—Taking the Gold!