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Every Monday and Wednesday during homeroom, your average Kenston student is watching the announcements that are produced for this time. Other students go to clubs for foreign language and other organizations, but a vital part of keeping Kenston environmentally friendly lies in Mrs. Moone’s room. During homeroom days this classroom is a busy hub for students who cover the entire high school building to empty plastic and paper bins for collections. The rest of the school district does recycle in their classrooms but none of them are as involved in the high school as Mrs. Moone is. Whether it’s installing water stations to refill bottles to save plastic or recycling plastic and paper in classrooms, Kenston is a green district.!
If you like recycling and saving the planet from pollutants, then join Envirothon! In Envirothon, we recycle all the classroom’s bins of plastics, papers, glass, metals, and cardboard. Envirothon is a great way to get community service hours for your high school career. Many kids have found this club to be an enjoyable time and signed… Continue Reading
The Speech and Debate Team traveled to Mentor High School this past weekend and was very successful. Stephen Kale had a last minute switch in events while on the bus and decided to do public forum debate for his first time with Henry Cregar. The team did very well as their first time competing as… Continue Reading
Congratulations to the entire cast of Leading Ladies on the great performances. This show has been added to an amazing list of fall plays that Kenston Center stage has put on. A special thanks goes out to those who made this show possible. And thanks to all the amazing students who decided to do stage… Continue Reading
This Saturday, November 11, is Veterans Day. First establish in 1919 as “Armistice Day”, this is a day to recognize the thousands of men and women who have risked their lives for our country. To honor these veterans, the Interact club has made pin for everyone to wear tomorrow, November 10. Please wear them to… Continue Reading