Big Brain BreakKenston Intermediate School students joined thousands of children…
Big Brain BreakKenston Intermediate School students joined thousands of children around the world for Jam Day.Fourth and fifth-graders paused and took just a minute for…
Big Brain Break
Kenston Intermediate School students joined thousands of children around the world for Jam Day.
Fourth and fifth-graders paused and took just a minute for a fitness break. It is part of the school’s Promoting Learning through Active Youth, Play Blue initiative raising awareness about the importance of making activity a daily habit, ensuring our students learn healthy habits at a young age.
KIS Students of the Month
Kenston Intermediate School is pleased to announce their Students of the Month for September.
Students selected for Student of the Month “Behavior” honors were fourth-graders Ainsley Benjamin, Peter Maldonado, Aubrey Marthe, Kaitlyn McFadden, Lydia Oleskiewicz, James Pahner, Jameson Parker and Connor Seely; and fifth-graders Jori Greene, Lynae Hairston, Logan Fouts, Makena Piepsny, Kylee Pierson, Tommy Roche, Kegan Sheely, Morgan Skalsky, Ethan Suskowicz and Anthony Valocchi.
KIS Student Council Elected
Kenston Intermediate School students have conducted elections for their 2013-2014 student council officers. They are: Hannah Fender, president; Madeline Martino, vice president; Samantha Stefanci, treasurer; and Via Carrero, secretary.
Fourth and fifth-grade classroom representatives elected by their peers are Bridget Barkan, Olivia Carriero, Molly Cohen, Morgan DiRocco, Hannah Fender, Alex Figurella, Rylee Fisher, Maxwell Frampton, Anthony Franklin, Nathan Gaskins, Ryan Gilbert, Molly Gray, LE Healy, Ethan Jackson, Leah Jarmolowicz, Hannah Kepreos, Lauren Lesko, Jack London, Madeline Martino, Cattie Matty, Mikayla Meyer, David Meyers, Abby Morgan, Tommy Most, Micayla Paglia, Lily Peters, Will Pollack, Timber Quay, Claire Rottman, Nicole Sciuva, Gavin Scocos, Bree Skalsky, Nathan Snyder, Quinn Stavnicky, Samantha Stefancin, Samantha Stephens, Bobby Ware and Reece Weber.
Kenston’s annual homecoming parade will take place Oct. 3 at 6:30 p.m. The parade will feature the Kenston band and drill team, building floats and individual participants. The theme is “Super Hereos.”
The parade will go up the KHS Bainbridge Road drive, out onto Snyder Road and in front of the middle school. Please park in the high school student parking lot.
The homecoming game is Oct. 4 at 7 p.m. against Orange. Football game presale tickets will be available Thursday in the ticket booth at $6 for adults and $4 for students. Student presale tickets are available at all schools on Friday.
Congratulations to the Kenston High School students who were selected by student vote to be 2013 homecoming attendants: freshman Breanna Bodak and Kyle Cooper; sophomores Matt Croft and Taylor Weigand; and juniors Brandon Baker and Megan Pecoraro.
The homecoming king and queen will be announced at halftime of the game. The senior court is comprised of: Hannah Amick, Alex Bester, Malaysia Brooks, Ryan Dameron, Abby Hamilton, Maggie Lowman, Alex Pietros, Katie Rizzo, Pedro Valasco and AJ Vanek.
Timmons Lunch Bunch
Congratulations to Timmons Elementary School Students of the Month for October.
The following kindergartners honored with Responsibility awards were: Avari Amstutz, Lana Mills, Calli Jakacki, Shriya Selvan, Megan Master, Jared Lechak and Dylan Ringness. First-graders honored were: Addison Altmann, Aiden Baran, Grace Doyle, Emily Ensign, Chase Lyon, Keeley Mesec, Campbell Schmoldt and Peter Spellacy.
Second-graders were Mackenzie Blackford, Cora Musser, Evan Glontz, Colette LaSalvia, Iris Valadez, Emerson Greene, Summer Corcoran and Julian Guirguis. Third-graders were Samantha Bergansky, Morgan Blackford, Emily Houser, Sarah Johnson, Thomas O’Brien, Jayme O’Neill, Sara Strongosky and Maya Zoretich.
Political Action Committee of Kenston and the Geauga County League of Women Voters will host a candidates’ night forum on Oct. 16 at 7 p.m. in the Kenston High School Auditorium, 9500 Bainbridge Road. Candidates and issue representatives will present, followed by a question and answer from the audience. Campaign materials will also be available.
Band on Demand
The Musical Arts Association of Kenston (MAAK) announces the third annual Band on Demand. The fundraiser for Kenston’s band, chorus and dance teams gives people a chance to have the Kenston High School marching band and Bomberette dance team perform at a location of one’s choosing in the Kenston School district.
Tickets are $5 each or five for $20. Tickets will be available at the Bomber Stadium concession stand during most home sporting events, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Band on Demand performance is scheduled for approximately 5 p.m. Nov. 1 prior to the away football game.
Tickets will be available until Oct. 21. The drawing will be held Oct. 25 during the football game; winner need not be present.
Kenston Intermediate School is collecting shoes of all types and sizes for the Souls 4 Soles program.
Shoes must be gently used, clean or new and put in pairs (tie or rubber band together) or shoe boxes. Athletic shoes, sandals, flip flops, running shoes, cleats, boots, dress shoes, work boots, dance shoes … all types and sizes will be appreciated as long as they are new or gently used, meaning ones are still wearable.
Shoes can be dropped off in the Kenston Intermediate School lobby through Nov. 15.
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