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Mar 19

Field Day T-Shirts

Kaechele’s Field Day/Field Trip T-Shirt Online Store is now open.  You should be receiving a flyer this week with all the information you need. All orders will need to be in no later than Friday, March 30th.  We have a brand new design to go along with our Mission Possible school theme.  The color of the shirt will be determined by the student’s grade level. The cost will be $7.95 with a small service fee when ordered. All payments will be made online.  We will not except any checks or receipt any money. You can access the online web store by going to the following link.

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Mar 19

Career Day | April 16, 2018

Celebrate KES Career Day, Sponsored by Karen Shaia, School Counselor,
Calling all available workers to share their vast expertise from the World of Work!   
DATE: Monday April 16, 2018 ( 1/2 day for students)    TIME: 8:00-10:30 AM
PLACE: Student Classrooms or Presentation Booths in the Gym or Bus Loop (Vehicles)
This year presenters will speak with students for 15 minutes during rotations and share materials and equipment they use on their jobs. Your role will be to help students understand the importance that education plays in determining your career choice. From our past experiences, children enjoy this special day.  Please consider being part of our Kaechele Career Day Festival. Please Sign Up using this link Career Day 2018:

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Mar 19

KES Festival of the Arts | March 29, 5:30-7:30

Kaechele’s annual Festival of the Arts will be on Thursday, March 29th from 5:30-7:30 PM.  In addition to food trucks, music, dancing, student artwork showcased, and students participating in the Spoken Word Cafe, we will be hosting an art auction.  This year, professional artist Charlene Woods has helped art classes create a beautiful, collaborative art piece to be auctioned off during the festival.  Check out Charlene Woods’ Facebook page to get a better idea of what we will be creating in class!     All money collected during the auction will be added to a Outdoor Classroom Fund to purchase plants and landscaping items in our courtyard space.   

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Mar 01

Dr. Kinlaw Visits to Read Dr. Seuss!

We are so excited to welcome Dr. Kinlaw back to Coyote Country to help us celebrate a very special Dr. Seuss Week! Click Here to check it out!




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Feb 12

VIDEO: ‘World Read Aloud Day”

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Students recently celebrated “World Read Aloud Day” and the start of the Olympics with a special assembly.

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Feb 07

Whoop! Check Out Our New Outdoor Classroom!

Did you see?  Did you hear?  Our outdoor classroom has been built and our teachers are excited about the opportunities to use this space.    A HUGE shout out goes to our PTA community partner, Commonwealth Curb Appeal, who made this project possible!!  They donated all the labor and provided our school a huge discount on the hardscape.  Also, we want to thank our PTA for supporting this project with PTA funds.  More information will be shared about how we be enhancing this instructional space.  All we need is a little warmer weather so we can use it now!     

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Jan 19

Youth Art Month-Bring In Your Bits and Pieces!

Youth Art Month (March) is quickly approaching, which means Kaechele’s annual Festival of the Arts, on March 29th, will be here before we know it…

This year, we are excited to have professional artist Charlene Woods join us the first week of March to help each class create a beautiful, collaborative art piece for the festival.

In preparation for Mrs. Woods’ visit, we need to collect the following items to make our unique class artworks:

Game pieces, figurines (broken pieces especially), toys, doll pieces, nuts, bolts, wing nut washers, gears, jewelry, old electronics that can be disassembled (typewriters, VCRs, calculators), dominoes, Legos, small toys (plastic, not rubber), building set pieces (metal and plastic), small springs, wooden cut outs (broken is fine), plastic forks, knives and spoons, toy soldiers, zippers, beads, buttons, wooden puzzle pieces, paper clips, and the list goes on!  The rule of thumb should be flat is fine, long is fine, if neither then the piece should fit in the palm of your hand easily. Even broken pencils and pens and really short pencils will work!

Please bring all collected items to school, and drop them in the bin by the art room door. We will start our pieces as soon as we have enough objects, so the more we collect, the better!  

Check out Charlene Woods’ Facebook page to get a better idea of what we will be creating in class!

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Jan 16

VIDEO: Today’s Classroom

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HCPS TV stopped by Monica Bagley’s 3rd Grade classroom as they prepared to start their lesson on Ancient Rome.

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Sep 14

MISSION POSSIBLE! Summer Reading Reigning Champions!

WOW! You did it, Coyotes! Because you accepted your MISSION to READ this summer, we are the Summer Reading Champions for the fifth year in a row!  Check out the details HERE, and come by the Library Learning Commons to see our beautiful trophy arriving soon.

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Apr 17

New Student Registration


New to the area? Please refer to the following information.

What parents and guardians need to know:
Where do I register?
Children should be registered at the school they will attend. Not sure? Use our online School Locator tool
to find the school for your address:



When do I register?
Monday -Friday, 7:00am-4:00pm 

What should I bring?
• An official state-issued birth certificate for your child.
• Proof of residency.

You will need:
o A picture ID: driver’s license, DMV ID, military ID or other picture ID; AND:
o A current house contract, lease agreement, mortgage statement
or tax assessment; AND:
o A current utility bill (dated within the past 30 days).

Will the school require anything else?
Before the school year starts, you will need to present:
• An up-to-date record of your child’s immunizations.
• A physical exam form signed by a qualified U.S.-licensed health care provider and dated no more
than 12 months before the enrollment date. The form can be downloaded at

What if I have other questions?
More information is available at the Henrico County Public Schools website at

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