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Food For Friends!

Starting on November 27th, KHS will have a food drive for the Bainbridge Food for Friends food pantry. Bring in any toiletries, non-perishable foods, or cleaning products to support them. The items will be collected and kept in first block classes. On December 15th, the first block classes with the most items will win a breakfast! 

ITEM EXAMPLES:
Non-Perishable Food: Baby food, Granola, Dry Oatmeal, Canned Foods, Canned Meats, Canned Beans, (High Protein) Peanut Butter
Toiletries: Toilet Paper, Paper Towels, Shampoo/Conditioner, Shower Gel, Bars of Soap, Toothpaste, Toothbrushes, Deodorant
Cleaning Products: Dish Soap, Laundry Detergent, Disinfecting Wipes, Clean Rags

¡El Año Nuevo!

¡Hola! It’s a new school year and there are changes you need to know! The Spanish Club meetings will now take place once a month in room A117 led by Señorita Scola. The days will be decided by the officers and the club will begin once again. During the club meetings, we will continue having… Continue Reading

Girls Soccer Needs a Win

Though the girls soccer team has a record of 5-5, they are 4-0 in conference games. Tuesday, September 26, Kenston battles against Mayfield, and we will see who has a higher seed in the playoffs. The team will not have their starting varsity center defender, Sofija Raudins; so the team needs to work hard to play… Continue Reading

Big Win for Kenston

The soccer girls continued their winning streak Tuesday night as they played their second conference game against Willoughby South. The first half ended with the score of 0-0, but Kenston took the lead of 3-0 in the second half. The goals were score by senior, Elise Markley; sophomore, Elyse Myles; and junior, Sofija Raudins. Sophomore,… Continue Reading