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Kindergarten 2014-2015Parent Information Night will be held March 4 at 7 p.m. at Timmons Elementary School for children entering kindergarten in August. Children must be…

Kindergarten 2014-2015

Parent Information Night will be held March 4 at 7 p.m. at Timmons Elementary School for children entering kindergarten in August. Children must be 5 years old on or before Sept. 30, 2014. Registration packets must be picked up at this time.

Science Olympiad

The Kenston High School Science Olympiad Team had its best showing of the year, placing fourth at the Mentor Invitational.

Fifty teams from Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania and New York competed for one of the top eight places to receive trophies. As host of the invitational, Mentor did not receive awards or trophies. Solon was the only Ohio team ahead of KHS, placing first.

Individual results are: Materials Science Jacob Enders and Logan Bishop, first place; Mission Possible Richard Desatnik and Zach Roshon, second place; Bungee Drop Harrison Uveges and Jeff Brown, third place; Chemistry Lab Zach Roshon and Jacob Enders, third place; Geologic Mapping Alex Dvorak and Josh Sellers, third place; Compound Machines Zach Roshon and Jacob Enders, fourth place; Tech Problem Solving Zach Roshon and Jacob Enders, fifth place; Experimental Design Carmaletta Hinson, Vinothan Sivapalan and Josh Sellers, sixth place; Scrambler Harrison Uveges and Logan Bishop, sixth place; Boomilever Harrison Uveges and Stephen Kocsis, eighth place; Dynamic Planet Alexis Fleming and Ashley Dvorak, eighth place; and Geologic Mapping Alexis Fleming and Ashley Dvorak, eighth place.

The middle school teams placed eighth and 18th at the Mentor Science Olympiad tournament on Saturday.

Winning awards in their respective events were: Archimedes Birds – Rebecca Johnson and Tommy Kregenow, first place; Mars Rover – Alex Akers and William Parsons, second place; Meteorology – Evan Frank and Betsy Ortner, second place; Shock Value – William Parsons and Ryan Sauder, fourth place; Rotor Egg Drop – Gabe Martorana and Alexandra Weinhofer, fourth place; Experimental Design – Anna Snyder, Alexandra Weinhofer and Patrick Vanderbilt, fifth place; Entomology – Ryan Sauder and Anna Snyder, fifth place; Solar Systems – Evan Frank and Betsy Ortner, sixth place; Dynamic Planet – Fred Fikter and Chuck Mozingo, seventh place; and Simple Machines – Fred Fikter and Tommy Kregenow, eighth place.

Power Of The Pen

The Kenston Middle School Power of the Pen team recently competed at the Andrews Osborne Academy Tournament. The seventh-grade team placed first overall.

Individual winners were: Christa Neimann, first place, and Ainsley Bradbury, 10th place. Eighth-graders Erin Mast placed ninth and Georgie McCarley in 10th.

Power of the Pen is an interscholastic competition for young writers. Mr. Zach Kowalski is the middle school team’s coach.

One School One Book

“It doesn’t matter how you dance, my children, slow or fast, by jumps or steps. As long as you are free to dance in the open air by the light of the moon, all will be well,” said Poppy in this year’s One School One Book selection, “Poppy” by Avi, at Kenston’s Timmons Elementary School.

Angel Criado and Carmen Hansford of the Bainbridge Fred Astaire Dance Studio entertained students with a waltz and quickstep at a special One School One Book luncheon. When a whole school reads a book, there is much to talk about.

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