Kennedy Catholic Family of Schools News
Keep up with goings on within the Kennedy Catholic Family of Schools. Below you can find messages from our president and principals as well as announcements and news updates throughout the Shenango Valley Catholic School System.
Below is an excerpt from a recent article in The Sharon Herald – click on the link above to read the entire article
Students in Kennedy Catholic’s engineering program made this electric guitar with a computer numerical control cutting device.
“Kennedy Catholic’s in-progress STEAM wing includes a maker space that looks like a grandpa’s workshop, with saws, hammers and screwdrivers mounted on the wall. After the computers, computer numerical control cutter and a 3-D printer, McMahon acknowledges that the tools are relatively low-tech.
And they will always be necessary.
“You’ll never get away from your hand tools,” McMahon said. “You can’t do everything with a CNC machine. You can’t do everything with a 3-D printer.”
While the academic engineering curriculum is a one-year program, McMahon said he hopes eventually to offer the courses in grades 9 through 12, with an expansion next year after being accepted into Amazon Future Engineers course, which will include instruction in the Python programming language.
As part of the school’s emphasis on technology, Kennedy Catholic is converting part of the former middle school into a space for STEAM — an acronym representing science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics — education.
McMahon said Kennedy’s engineering and robotics program pulls all of those elements together, with instruction and practice on three-dimensional drafting, computer-aided and by hand, robotics, and electronics.”
http://Outlook 2019: Battling Bots and solving problems: KC’s engineering program in growth mode Below is an excerpt from a recent article in The Sharon Herald – click on the link above to read the entire article Students in Kennedy Catholic’s engineering program made this electric guitar with a computer numerical control cutting device. “Kennedy […]
Help us celebrate Catholic Schools Week 2019 (January 27th-February 2nd)! We are asking you to spread the word, attend an event/speaker, support KCFS by referring a prospective family or donate to help our students, programs, or school infrastructure. If compelled today, please click here to DONATE in support of our schools. If you are a […]
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We are exceedingly proud of our boys basketball team as we celebrate our third year running as state champions! We also congratulate Logan Stewart. Logan is a 4th grader at SJPII and the champion of the Area VI tournament (9-10 yr old 60 lb). He represented Kennedy and placed 5th in the Pennsylvania Junior State […]
We are extremely proud to announce that three Kennedy faculty members and one 1998 Alumnae have been named to this year’s “40 Under 40 Award Recipients.”The award represents the top forty employees under the age of forty who work/reside in Greenville, Grove City, Mercer, or the Shenango Valley. The recipients will be publicly recognized on Wednesday April […]
HERMITAGE, Pa. (WYTV) – Sister Margaret Pellerite isn’t one to boast about the service she does for those around her, but there are some who would call her an angel. That’s the reason why she was nominated for 33 WYTV’s Hometown Hero. “First thing I got was tears,” Sister Margaret said when she found out […]
What is Giving Tuesday? We have a day for giving thanks. We have two for getting deals. Now, we have #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back. On Tuesday, November 28, 2017, charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students around the world will come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to […]