kis·met -- noun, often capitalized \ˈkiz-ˌmet, -mət\: a power that is believed to control what happens in the future "They always said that it was kismet that they met in Media I at KIS."
KISMET -- acronym (Kyiv International School Media Education Team)
Saturday soccer started again last
week! It will continue throughout the autumn season and goes from 9-11am. 3-11
year old kids can improve their skills with Mr. Prima and experienced High
Schoolers coaching/refereeing them, and volunteering parents demonstrating fun
activities to help them excel at the game.
It’s a great opportunity for
elementary students to pull on a pair of cleats and come out to play soccer on the
“I love going to Saturday soccer
because I get to see my friends and play soccer with them!” says Juliette, 6.
"The look on the kids’ faces when
they score a goal, when they finally figure out how to juggle the ball, when
their parents are on the sidelines cheering them on... it's nothing but heartwarming”
put in Amber Curry, who’s helping coach and referee.