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Timmons Elementary School guidance counselor Carolyn Rolf recently kicked off the H.E.R.O program...

Timmons Elementary School guidance counselor Carolyn Rolf recently kicked off the H.E.R.O. (Help Everyone Respect Others) program. Kenston High School's Accent on…

Help Everyone Respect Others

Timmons Elementary School guidance counselor Carolyn Rolf recently kicked off the H.E.R.O. (Help Everyone Respect Others) program. Kenston High School’s Accent on Youth students performed an original play, “Becoming a Hero,” showing students how to create a safe and caring school environment.

KMS Student Council

Kenston Middle School elected their 2013-2014 Student Council.

The representatives are Wesley Byrnes, Hannah Koehn, Sydney Koenig, Delaney Kramer, Lauren LaFrance, Sky Laidman, Gabe Martotana, Alex Nyerges, Anna Ortner, Georgeanna Oxford, Matthew Rosinski, Britta Treu, Josh Walls and Alan Wood.

The officers are: Alyssa Kassouf, president; Faith Walls, vice president; Rachel Flack, treasurer; and Lauren Gratto and Samantha Holodinski, co-secretaries. Advisors are Mrs. Jennifer Miller and Mr. Brian Malloy.

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, Teleanto Jones, Austin Kassouf, Patrick Keane, Alec Kolenic, Amy Kotara, Collin Kure, Savannah Lamb-Stitts, Sarah Lennon, Carly Riggins Link, Maggie Lowman, Lauren Obman, Lukas Palumbo, Jameson Parker, Trey Petrella-Everingham, Jenna Strech, Britta Treu and Faith Walls.

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. Refreshments will be served before the performance at 6 p.m.

KHS Fall Play Announced

Kenston High School’s 2013 fall Center Stage production, “Acts of God,” follows 12 teenagers as they sift through the emotional wreckage thrust upon them in the aftermath of a tornado that has ravaged their community. Uniquely presented on a raked stage with shifting scenes and reinforced with rear-projected imagery, the drama by the award-winning author and playwright Mark Rigney promises to be a powerful and moving show.

According to the Evansville Courier & Press, Acts of God is an “…ever-flowing, constantly shifting, broadly ambitious examination of the emotional debris left behind by a fictional F-3 tornado…”

Performance dates are Nov. 15 and 16 at 7 p.m. and Nov. 17 at 2 p.m. in the Kenston High School Auditorium.

All tickets are $7 in advance and $8 at the door. All seats are reserved. Tickets go on sale Nov. 1.

Kenston’s National Honor Society is partnering with Kenston Center Stage and the Cleveland American Red Cross to heighten awareness of disaster relief services and to collect donations. All donations will benefit the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Program’s mission to provide emergency aid to victims of natural disasters.

Rotary Senior

Drew Weninger has been selected Kenston’s Chagrin Valley Rotary Club Student of the Month. He maintains a 4.4 GPA. He was selected to attend both the 2013 West Point and Navy summer leadership seminars, also earning a West Point Leadership Award.

Drew has earned nine departmental awards for an academic plaque. He has been recognized as an AP Scholar with Honors by the College Board.

Drew is the captain of the football and lacrosse teams and is a three-year letterman in both sports. This fall, WKYC named him Student Athlete of the Week. The Geauga County TD Club recognized him with an Outstanding Student Athlete Award.

Volunteering over 150 hours of community service this summer and fall, Drew has worked with Habitat for Humanity, UH Geauga Medical Center Community Outreach and as a math tutor. At school, he is co-vice president of his class, member of Principal’s Leadership Council and PEAK ambassador.

He plans to attend one of the three United States service academies, with West Point or the Naval Academy as his top choices.

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.

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