KCFS News

What’s happening in our schools

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.

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A message from Mr. Cardamon

Dear SJPII, KCMS, and KCHS Families, I wanted to express my appreciation to all of you and to the entire KCFS Faculty and Staff for your patience, understanding and cooperation during this challenging time. I commend our principals and teachers who have coordinated...

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KCHS Engineering Program – The Sharon Herald Reports

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...

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Catholic Schools Week 2019

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...

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#GivingTuesday

Let's be Kids In Need of Donations Why Give to Kennedy Catholic Family Schools? This year our goal is to raise $10,000 to help our students in need. Your donation will allow us to provide tuition assistance to the 85% of our families who are eligible and the 28% of...

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KC Athletic Champs

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...

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Congrats 40 Under 40 Nominees

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,...

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Sr. Margaret Named Hometown Hero

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,”...

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Fr. Glover Appointed President of KCFS

Dear Kennedy Catholic Families: On June 1st, 2016, Bishop Persico appointed me Interim President of the Kennedy Catholic Family of Schools, while continuing my full-time assignment at Gannon University.  Few can imagine the numerous difficulties managing both...

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Veterans Day Address from Fr. Glover

Veterans’ Day Remarks Kennedy Catholic High School - 8th November, 2017 Good morning!  What a wonderful morning to celebrate our national pride and patriotism and to honor our distinguished veterans.  I was able to peep in on bits and pieces of today’s events in...

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Testimonial from the Rosa Family

The thing that stands out to us in addition to an amazing education, is the family feeling you get from being part of this school system. Starting with the teachers and administrators, they go above and beyond to make sure each student is getting exactly what they need to succeed. Whether it is the principal putting on a band-aid or a devoted teacher staying after school and working during the summer tutoring a struggling child. They really care. We are so happy we chose the KCFS for our children.”

– The Rosa Family: Lewis, Elizabeth, Abby and Andrew
KCFS Board & Committee Members & SJPII Parents

Testimonial from Carol Shields, M.D.

“Kennedy Catholic welcomed me into its wonderful nurturing environment. Kennedy planted the seed of my career and taught me discipline, integrity, and loyalty – 3 assets for success. That opened the door to an excellent University, then Medical School, and now blossomed into a top tier medical practice in Philadelphia. My roots remain at Kennedy.”

– Carol L. Shields M.D., Class of 1975
Ocular Oncology Service, Co-Director Wills Eye Hospital