WelcomeKenston High School welcomes two exchange students this fall.Pali Randhawa,…
WelcomeKenston High School welcomes two exchange students this fall.Pali Randhawa, from Germany, is being hosted by the Singh family. Petar Stojanovic from Montenegro is staying…
Kenston High School welcomes two exchange students this fall.
Pali Randhawa, from Germany, is being hosted by the Singh family. Petar Stojanovic from Montenegro is staying with the Walls family.
TES Student Council
Third-graders selected to represent their class as student council members were Rylyn Anderson, Mariam Arshad, Ava Arslanian, Emma Bobnar, Carter Flynn, Corrin Hamby, Miles Irvin, Emily Kratzert, Thomas Meyers, Kaila Morris, Josh Roberts, Carson Simms, Troy Sotera, Paige Spicuzza, Dean Stephens and Logan Toft.
KMS Stand Committee
Kenston Middle School recently selected members of the 2013-14 S.T.A.N.D., Students Taking A New Direction. The program evolved from students looking to make a difference in their school and community by “taking a stand, lending a hand” against bullying and promoting positivity.
They are eighth-graders: Mia Bester, Grace Cannon, Dayle Foster, Connor Garvey, Devyn Gaskins, Savannah Georgian, Lauran Gratto, Owen Gretkierewicz, Jenna Hamilton, Sarah Herbruck, Miranda Jacobson, Austin Kassof, Hanna Koehn, Jenna Korenowski, Giuliana Martin, Alexandra Nyerges, Betsy Ortner, Trey Petrella, Patrick Sheehan, Lindsay Stuart, Michael Swartz, Kaila Walker and Faith Walls.
Seventh-graders selected are: Amayah Dancy, Jamie Doak, Jane Edwards, Madelyn Engoglia, Julia Fugedy, Emily Hall, Haley Hall, Chad Harris, Ashton Hunt, Kendall Jacobson, Allison Kosinski, Anna Rini, Santina Scafidi, Jessica Sunderhaft, Britta Treu, Sydney Vanderbilt and Emily Walker.
Sixth-grade S.T.A.N.D. members are Jonathon Abbarno, Sarah Bennett, Jenna Bornstein, Addison Eging, Rachel Flack, Keenan Garceau, Weston Gaskins, Mason Jakacki, Amy Kotera, Morgan Owen, Maddi Rodgers and Joshua Walls.
All-State Chorus and Orchestra
Three Kenston High School Chorus students have been chosen to participate in the 2014 Ohio Music Education Association (OMEA) All-State Choir. About 120 students from across Ohio were chosen for the All-State choir from more than 450 who auditioned.
Representing Kenston High School will be senior Madison Fallon, sophomore Ben Poe and senior Eric Poe. They are all accomplished vocalists and sing in the Kenston High School chorus and in Varsity Jazz, Kenston’s vocal jazz and pop ensemble.
Eric Poe was also selected to participate in the All-State Orchestra. He was one of only five percussionists selected from over 700 high schools in Ohio.
Auditor Award with Distinction
Kenston’s most recent financial audit by Auditor of State Dave Yost’s office returned a clean audit report. Kenston’s excellent recordkeeping has earned it the Auditor of State Award with Distinction.
To earn a “clean” audit report and receive an award, school districts must: file timely financial reports in the form of a Comprehensive Annual Financial Report; the audit report does not contain any findings for recovery, material citations, material weaknesses, significant deficiencies, single audit findings or questioned costs; and the management letter contains no comments related to ethics referrals, questioned costs less than $10,000, findings for recovery less than $100 and public records or meetings.
Would any organizations or businesses like to participate in Kenston’s 2013 Homecoming Parade on Oct. 3? Anyone interested in entering a float in the parade should contact Lynn Gottardt at 440-543-9821 ext. 3046. The theme is “Super Heroes.”
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