Prince George's County Public Schools


Kenmoor Middle School

 Kenmoor's Basketball Schedule-
Up-date--Changes to Schedule--
Monday, Dec. 7 - Kenmoor is at home playing CMIT South no Turning Point
  Dec. 16 - Game against Thomas Johnson is at home
  Dec. 21st Game has been moved to Dec. 22nd against Pullen at the same assigned time

Parcc (Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers) Performance-Based Assessment testing will start the first week in March. We have been practicing the online tutorials that are offered by the PARCC website. is the official site to read more about the test.

Thank you for your support in this effort.


Detention Policy

On behalf of Mrs. Fadli, Principal of Kenmoor Middle School, this announcement serves as notification to parents/guardians of the implementation of an after-school detention program.

Detention may be offered as an alternative to suspension for students who have been involved in repeated Level 1 and/or Level 2 disciplinary infractions. Detention Hall will be a serious, academic environment in which the student will not be allowed to talk and must work on homework, classwork or assignments that will be provided in detention hall. Any assignments that are provided in detention will not be graded or recorded.

Detention Hall will be held Monday thru Thursday from 4:30pm to 5:30 pm.       

Before accepting this alternative to suspension, parents/guardians must agree to provide transportation or authorization for the school to release the student to walk after detention.



New to Common Core?

Want news from the Md. State Dept. of Education -the State's url is below.


Video explaining CC (not a PGCPS production)

Want to know more about Common Core and what's in store for the future?-- go to

  Bulletins from the State:

Top 10 Testing in Md.-English

 Top 10 Testing in Md.-Spanish 

Top 10 MD CCRSParents

NBC-5 things parents need to know about Common Core

National PTA’s Common Core Website

National PTA, Educators, and Administrators Break Down the Common Core into Video Series and Videos-



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This web site is designed to
showcase and highlight student achievement  and keep you abreast of "the happenings" at KMS.  Kenmoor administrators, staff and teachers are committed to offering students a quality education in a physically safe and academically productive environment. We boast both a culturally diverse teaching and student population, a long tradition of quality programs and a strong home/school partnership. 

 Welcome to Kenmoor Middle School- 

Kenmoor MS is a Non-Uniform school, All students must abide by the Dress Code as outlined in the Code of Student Conduct.
 (6th thru 8th Grade)     



Schools receive awards at reception during

Gifted and Talented Education Month


BALTIMORE (February 3, 2016)—Maryland this month is honoring six schools with Excellence in Gifted and Talented Education (EGATE) School Awards, which recognize top elementary, middle, and high school programs.


Now in their sixth year, the EGATE awards spotlight gifted and talented programs aligned with Maryland Standards and regulations for Gifted and Talented Education.  Each EGATE nominee submits a comprehensive application, which provides documentation of 21criteria of excellence under four program objectives: student identification, curriculum and instruction, professional development, and program management and evaluation.

The 2015 EGATE schools are:


Calverton Elementary School, Prince George’s County Public Schools

Fountaindale Elementary School for the Arts and Academic Excellence, Washington

      County Public Schools (previously a 2010 awardee)

Hamilton Elementary/Middle School, Baltimore City Public Schools

Hampstead Hill Academy, Baltimore City Public Schools

Kenmoor Middle School, Prince George’s County Public Schools (previously a 2010 awardee)

University Park Elementary School, Prince George’s County Public Schools


In the six years of the award’s existence, 39 schools from 10 school systems have earned the EGATE status. Members from the Maryland Advisory Council for Gifted and Talented Education and local school system personnel review and score the EGATE applications, which document the school’s gifted and talented program activities over a 15 month period.


This year’s new EGATE schools will be recognized during Maryland’s Gifted and Talented Education month at a reception and awards ceremony on February 24 from 5– 8 p.m. at North County High School in Glen Burnie. 


EGATE schools receive a citation from the Governor, and the EGATE banner to display on their school buildings and websites.  They host celebratory visits from Advisory Council members and MSDE staff and serve as models for other schools that want to achieve this status. 


More information on the EGATE School Awards Program is available at  Schools interested in applying for the 2016 EGATE program will submit applications to MSDE for review by December 02, 2016. 


To Learn More about PARCC and your child's score visit-



If you're having trouble with your SchoolMax account-Please read below!

Important Announcement

ATTN: PGCPS Parents/Guardians

Back in April 2014, PGCPS changed the SchoolMax Parent Portal registration process, and asked that you register using the new system. We have now disabled all of the old accounts (created before April 2014). In order to log into SchoolMax, you must complete the parent self-service registration process which is located on the Parent page of the County's website.







  Opt-Out of Google Apps accounts for Student letters-

              English                              Spanish

 (Please send in the Opt-Out form by Sept. 25th to the Main Office)

Lunch applications are now online- please take the time to fill it out.

School Hours are: 9:30-4:10 

Cafeteria prices have changed since the Family letter was sent out.

Breakfast is now $1.60 and Lunch is $3.00

Official First Day for all students-August 25th, 2015

 Kenmoor Middle School is an Official Green School!

 PBIS Theme-- "BE GRAND"-

 Generous, Respectful, Accountable, Neat and Organized  and Determined !! 

Keep your Child safe:

Parents--Check your child's Phone for these potentially dangerous APPS-


The PGCPS Family Portal --  

Directions for registering for the new Portal site 

    (user manual) and Family Portal Info (website) 


Bridging the Digital Gap-AT&T and Milestone Communications Tower project

 Spanish Version   English Version


Other Important Links for you:

CCSS Top 10 things Parents should know

Kenmoor Middle School now has access to Britannica School  as part of the Library Media Subscription Program.  Our students have access to Britannica School from home, at no additional charge to the parent. To learn more about Britannica School, please watch the two-minute video introduction at :

The username and password is the same  for Britannica School as it is for other online resources from the Media Center.  



Latest Announcements:

 PSAT for 8th Graders-Jan.12th











To ensure our awareness of our school community, we are asking that when you come to Kenmoor Middle School, you

 bring proof of identification with you in order to enter our school through our main door.

Message from the School Nurse

NURSE'S CORNER-Mrs. Arneshuia Bilal, MSN Ed., RN  

Student Health Forms are needed:

All students entering the 7th and 8th grades must have the following vaccinations:

 Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis)

MCV (Meningococcal)

These new requirements are in addition to existing school immunization requirements for all students. 

Student Medication Info.-

 Fact Sheet for Medication

Health Inventory

PMOFPrescription and Non-Prescription

Inhaler or Nebulizer Order Form

Epi Pen Info.



Notice of Future Noncompliance

Dear Parent/Guardian:

According to Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene School Health Services Regulations for the 2016-2017 school year the following immunizations are required:

  • 7th graders must have Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Pertussis vaccine) and Meningococcal (MCV4)

Your child will be excluded from school as of August 22, 2016, if proof of the above identified immunizations has not been received by the school. It is strongly recommended that you provide proof of these immunizations as soon as your child has received their vaccines but no later than prior to the end of the current 2015-2016 school year.

For families with insurance, please make the necessary arrangements with your primary care provider. In addition, local pharmacies and urgent care centers provide immunizations. If you do not have insurance, please contact the local Health Department at (301) 583-3300.

Please take advantage of these resources now and during the winter and spring breaks. Appointments are filling up quickly.

Provide the required documentation of immunization(s) to the School Nurse or Registrar on/before the above given date.

If you have any questions regarding the above, please contact the school nurse.


Maha Fadli


Arneshuia P. Bilal MSN Ed., RN

School Nurse


Kenmoor Middle School PTA-21015-2016 Board:

Ne-Col Simon – PRESIDENT  


Delores ‘Robyn’ Ratliff – SECRETARY

Susan Cooper – TREASURER

PTA Website:
General PTA email address:



2nd Tuesday of each month

2015-2016 PTA Membership Application  - Please download the application and send it in this week with your child.  During the next few weeks, if you join the PTA and your child will receive a free agenda book.




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