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Kenston Is A Google SchoolKenston has recently implemented a Google Apps domain for the entire campus. In short, this means all students and staff have…

Kenston Is A Google School
Kenston has recently implemented a Google Apps domain for the entire campus. In short, this means all students and staff have access to a Google Apps account, giving them the ability to quickly create and share documents, presentations, spreadsheets and more from anywhere.
Google Apps has all the tools that schools need to be productive, including email, calendar, documents and other powerful real-world tools. The tools are free to schools and are built for the web so everyone can work together across any device, anytime.
Since everything happens on Google’s servers, and not locally on the school network, it’s accessible from wherever there’s an Internet connection – at school or at home. Many staff and students already connect to their accounts using mobile devices like an iPhone or Android device.
KMS Students Of The Month
Kenston Middle School is pleased to announce their Students of the Month.
Students selected for Student of the Month honors were sixth-graders Taylor Ashby, Lance Bumbu, Mary O’Neill and Nick Thomas; seventh-graders Victoria Hammerle, Jakob McConnell, Connor Quinlan and Jessica Sunderhaft; and eighth-graders Brian Apshago, Savana LaMarca, Carenna Maynard and Michael Rockefeller.
KHS Students Of The Month
Congratulations to Kenston High School students of the month for October.
Selected for special recognition were freshmen Mya Ober and Donte Washington; sophomores Hannah Richardson and Nathan Spicuzza; juniors Ashley Bernett and Joshua Sekerak; and seniors Kelly Cregar and Kyle Dobies.
National Honor Society Inductees
Congratulations to Kenston High School students who were recently inducted into the National Honor Society. Each student had to demonstrate the qualities of scholarship, character, leadership and service.
Kenston commends: Kate Blackburn, Ben Blazek, Cole Cannon, Gina Cifani, Hannah Cubberley, Emma Dicker, Ian Eshelman, Alexis Fleming, Carmen Gianguzzo, Paul Gray, Cassie Holub, Andrew Horvath, Sophie Kocheff, Steven Kocsis, Andrew Krause, Hannah Malm, Anthony Martin, Kristina Meyer, Aaliyah Morgan, Carole Nelson, Samuel Obringer, Thomas Rastatter, Katie Reisinger, Joshua Sekerak, Jacob Silbermann, Alexandria Smith, Andrew Stanonis, Drew Weninger, Graycen Wood and Lauren Zucker.
2013 PEAK Ambassadors
Congratulations to Kenston students who were inducted as Peaceful Environment at Kenston (PEAK) Ambassadors. Each student was selected as they serve as positive role models and exemplify the PEAK traits of Compassion, Fairness, Good Judgment, Gratitude, Hard Work, Honesty, Integrity, Love, Positive, Attitude, Respect, Responsibility and Self Control.
Kenston commends: Dominic Alandt, Rachael Brezovec, Madelyn Engoglia, Rachel Flack, Keenan Garceau, Haley Hall, Jenna Hamilton, Chad Harris, Mason Jakacki, Shayan Jamali, Teleanto Jones, Austin Kassouf, Patrick Keane, Alec Kolenic, Amy Kotara, Collin Kure, Savannah Lamb-Stitts, Sarah Lennon, Maggie Lowman, Lauren Obman, Lukas Palumbo, Jameson Parker, Trey Petrella-Everingham, Carly Riggins Link, Jenna Strech, Britta Treu and Faith Walls.
Child Find
Kenston Local Schools are committed to locating, identifying and evaluating all students with disabilities from age 3 through 22. If you know of a child who may have special educational needs, between the ages of 2 and 22, and are not in school, call Rita Pressman at Kenston’s Special Education Office at 440-543-3013.
Candidates Night
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
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.
Ohio Gold, Excellence In PE
Kenston’s Timmons Elementary School and Kenston Intermediate School have been awarded gold level recognition from the Ohio Gold, Excellence in Physical Education program. It is the third year in a row that Kenston Intermediate School has received this honor from the Ohio Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (OAHPRED).
Physical Education teachers submitted curricular materials including lesson plans and a detailed questionnaire to be considered for the award. Physical education teachers John Hall, Cathy Hryb and Chris Maistros will be honored at the annual conference in December.
Senior Moments of Rockin’ Entertainment
Kenston kicks off its Senior Moments of Rockin’ Entertainment (S’MORE) program on Oct. 17 at 7 p.m. in the Kenston High School auditorium, 9500 Bainbridge Road.
Residents over the age of 60 are invited to attend an indoor performance by the Kenston High School marching band and nationally recognized Bomberette Dance team. Light hors d’oeuvres will be served before the performance at 6 p.m.
Gold Cards Available
All residents of Bainbridge and Auburn who are 60 years of age or older may obtain a free, lifetime “gold card,” which will admit them free of charge to any school sponsored event in which students participate, including home athletic events, musical and dramatic performances.
Gold cards are not valid when an event is sponsored by an organization other than the schools (P.T.O., Booster groups, etc.) as a fundraiser. Cards cannot be used for athletic events such as conference, regional or state playoffs.
Gold card membership can be obtained at the Kenston Board Office, 17419 Snyder Road

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