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Announcements For Thursday, May 24, 2018

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TODAY: LOCKER CLEAN OUT:
On Wednesday 5/23 and Thursday 5/24, students will be expected to clean out their lockers. Dead or alive, it must be cleaned out. Garbage cans will be placed in the hallways for your convenience. Boxes will be provided for UNUSED school supplies for donation. PLEASE DO NOT THROW BOOKS AWAY!
Backpack Donations:
Gently used backpacks are being collected for the homeless shelters in Cleveland. If you have a backpack you would like to donate, red collection containers are located outside the main office.

FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE: Wednesday 5/23 and Thursday 5/24
The Students will be expected to arrive to school by 7:45 AM each day and they must remain in school until the conclusion of their second exam. Students will be permitted to leave school following their second exam at 12:15 PM. For those students who choose to remain at school until regular dismissal at 2:15 PM, lunch will be served, followed by teacher-led Reviews and make-up sessions. Regular transportation will be provided on both days as usual.

Exam Day 2—Thursday, May 24th
7:45-8:00 Report to Block 2 Class (for review)
8:00-10:00 BLOCK #2 Final Exam
******Report to Block 4 Class for review******
10:15-12:15 BLOCK #4 Final Exam
12:15-12:45 Students Dismissed / Lunch
1:00-2:15 Review/Make-up

PLEASE READ! SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS:
There’s only a few more days of school, but don’t let your brain go on summer break just yet! You may have summer assignments!
• All English Classes: Check out your summer reading assignments posted on the website. The list is too long to post here. If you are in Mr. Marchesi’s senior AP English Course, please see the KHS English page on the website for summer reading details.
• AP American Government in the fall:, please stop in room A210 to see Mrs. Smith and pick up your “pocket Constitution” AND summer packet.
• AP French or French 4 next year: please stop in and get the summer reading list. Ne Stresse pas!–the books are in English.
• AP US History next year: Students who are NOT in AP Euro, but planning to take APUSH to come to see either Mrs Gruver in A209 or Mrs. Wirthwein in A203 to pick up a packet.

TODAY: Athletic Awards:
All Athletes who received an Athletic Award, YOU MUST stop by the Athletic Office to pick up your award today.

TODAY: Library Books must be returned:
Please do not forget to return any books that you have checked out from the KHS Library!

Congratulations to the Class of 2018!
Last night our seniors graduated and closed their chapter at Kenston High School. The ceremony was absolutely wonderful with speeches from Kenston’s very best: Morgan Spehar, Anna Soryal and the senior class president himself, Trey Petrella. Superintendent Nancy Santilli and Principal Tom Gabram wished our graduates a farewell with memorable and moving messages. This senior class has an impressive resume of accomplishments:
There are 251 seniors in Class of 2018: 84% of them will be attending a college or university, 16% will enter the workforce or a trade school. Two seniors plan to enter the military: Joshua Pahner who enlisted into the Marines and Mizrem Sam-idan will enter the Navy. 147 seniors will attend Ohio colleges and universities, 32 will attend Ohio private colleges and universities; 65 seniors will attend out-of-state colleges; 62 will graduate with at least a 4.0 GPA. 135 will graduate with over 3.5 GPA. 83 students graduated with honors; 122 seniors earned the Ohio Honors’ Diploma; 200 participated in Senior Mentorship. 49 received the President’s Educational Academic Award. 161 have attended Kenston schools since Kindergarten. 212 seniors will be attending 65 different colleges/ covering 20 states as far west to Nevada, northeast to Maine, east to DC, and south to Florida.
To order a DVD of the ceremony, please see the website for a link to the form. Deadline is June 8th

Media and Summit Law:
On June 14th, Ohio Univ and the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association are hosting a “Media and Law Summit.” Speakers will include reporters from the Washington Post, USA Today, and TV outlets. This is FREE for high school students, and they specifically want students from Kenston. Please see Mr. Novak in A-111 if interested in attending.

VOLUNTEER/ JOB OPPORTUNITIES:

Need a job? Check out our JOB BOARD. Employers post jobs here because they want YOU! Go to the KHS website, type in “job board” in the search box, or stop by the job board across from Guidance.

GUIDANCE NEWS:

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:
Valley Art Center is looking for student volunteers to help with this year’s Art By The Falls. (Saturday, June 9, 10am-7pm & Sunday, June 10, 10am-5pm. Riverside Park, Chagrin Falls, OH (Right in the heart of downtown!) *Info subject to change without notice.) Lots of jobs/time slots available. If interested, go to valleyartcenter.org and follow the link to the Sign Up Genius page. Any questions, call Kate Bruner at 440-247-7507.

2018 Camp Canopy runs June 10-15 at Camp Muskingum near Carrollton. This co-ed residential camp is open to all high school students to learn more about Ohio’s forests, wildlife, conservation, tree identification, ecology and more. College scholarships to OSU, OU, Hocking College and OFA will be awarded to top scorers on the final exam at camp. Some sponsorships are available for students who might not be able to afford camp. Visit www.campcanopy.com or call 888-388-7337. Registration deadline is June 4, 2018.

ONLINE SUMMER SCHOOL
Information is now available in Guidance for SUMMER SCHOOL. Students who plan to take Health and PE through TRECA this summer, registration runs April 18 until 4:00 PM June 8.
K’nextions Learning Academy, registration begins May 1st. Details in Guidance.

LOST & FOUND ITEMS: Please stop by the Main Office if you have lost something or if you have found something that someone has lost. Our drawers already have things from this year– jewelry, planner, sweatshirts and more. If you lost something that hasn’t been found yet, fill out a form so we can notify you when it’s found!

IF YOU SEE SOMETHING-SAY SOMETHING! Report suspicious activity to1-844-SaferOH (1-800-723-3764)

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