CAFÉ MENU: ON A BUN (A rotation of our signature sandwiches all served on a bun including): • Hot Subs • Meatball Subs • Honey Sriracha Chicken Subs • Italian Sausage Sandwich • Philly Cheese Steak
DAILY: Big Daddy’s Pizza • Chicken Sandwiches (Regular and Spicy) • Variety of Wraps (Turkey, Ham, Spicy Chicken, Chicken or Veggie) • Variety of Fruit and Veggies
Baseball Tryouts will be conducted at the Prospect Performance Academy (PPA) located at 1337 South Chillicothe Road, Aurora OH 44202.
Monday, February 18, 2019 from 2PM-4PM – This workout is Voluntary
Tuesday, February 19 thru Friday February 22 from 3PM-5PM- These sessions are Mandatory for all interested players except those playing an in-session High School Sport
Note: If a student is currently participating in a High School Sport, contact should be made with Coach Ford so that a separate tryout can be scheduled once the season is officially concluded.
The Kenston Baseball Team tryouts are scheduled to take place February 19 through February 23. Tryouts will be held at the Prospect Performance Academy (PPA) located at 1337 South Chillicothe Road, Aurora OH 44202.
On Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, sessions will be held from 3pm-5pm. On Wednesday the session will start at 3pm and end at 4:30pm. All sessions are mandatory. If a player who wants to try out is injured or has a medical reason that they cannot participate, a note from a doctor in charge of treatment must be submitted. Players who are interested, but currently participating in an in-season sport, such as basketball, please notify Coach Ford of your interest.
Please know that all players interested in attending the tryout, must be registered with OHSAA and have their physicals up to date. If you have not completed the on-line registration, go the website and use the link to: Pre-season Parent/Athlete Documents
If you have questions, call the AD office directly.
TODAY: Games Club CANCELLED:
The Games Club meeting today has been postponed until next week, Thurs 2/21 in Mrs. C Kramer’s room C139.
TODAY: NO KENSTON ACADEMY:
Kenston Academy will be closed on Thursday, February 14th due to the in-service day on Friday. Enjoy your long weekend.
TODAY: Chess Club Meeting:
Do you enjoy playing chess or have an interest in learning? Then join chess club after school on Thursdays in room C215! For more information, contact Mr. Mason.
TODAY: Speaker Series—Sign-ups:
Would you like to get involved in business? Does the idea of Sales and Marketing excite you? Then grab a pen and sign up today for the next Speaker Series in Guidance. It will take place on February 27th during Block 2 here at the high school.
Last day to sign-up is Friday, 2/22.
DONUTS for Change!
Do you have pennies taking up space in your car? Would you like to donate spare change to a good cause? The Youth Committee of United Way is raising money for charitable organizations like WomenSafe, Fieldstone Farms, and TwoCafe. Bring in any loose change from your car or wallet to your first-block class – drop in the designated Ziplock bag and the winning class will get donuts as a prize. The fundraiser ends on March 1st, so bring your coins in soon!
GOOD LUCK! Science Olympiad:
Sending science vibes out to the Kenston Science Olympiad Teams competing at MENTOR on Saturday. Do your best!
TODAY: Black History Month Honoree:
For the month of February, we will honor Prominent African Americans in celebration of Black History Month:
Today we honor Benjamin O. Davis Sr. – As a United States Army officer, He became the first African-American to rise to the rank of “Brig-a-deer General” in the U.S. military in 1940. He was the father of Air Force General Benjamin O. Davis Jr.
TODAY: SENIORS—Vote Now for Superlatives:
SENIORS–Who’s the “Biggest Flirt”, or the “Cutest Couple” in your Class? How about “Best Athlete” or the one “Most likely to get lost in Bainbridge”? Voting for senior superlatives has now begun! Everyone in the class of 2019 has received an email inviting them to fill out senior superlatives. Seniors will have until Tuesday, February 19th at 2:15 to fill out the Google Form.
MONDAY–Girls Softball Try-Outs:
Attention anyone interested in trying out for KHS SOFTBALL. Tryouts begin Monday, February 18th from 12pm-2 in the gymnasium. Please make sure you have completed your Final Forms paperwork and physicals prior to tryouts. If you have any questions, please email or see Coach Dubovec in Room C219.
WEDNESDAY: DANCE TEAM: Parent / Student Meeting:
What to join one of the hardest working AWARD WINNING teams at Kenston? Try-outs for Kenston Bomberette’s Dance Team will be in a couple weeks. But first you will need to attend the parent/student meeting on Wed. Feb 20th at 7 PM in the KHS cafeteria. Any questions, please see Coach Werner or you can email her: email@example.com
ENTER TO WIN! The Young Entrepreneur Institute:
The Young Entrepreneur Institute is holding a business pitch challenge contest. Prizes include cash, Chipotle gift cards, Indians tickets, and more. To enter: Think of a business idea, create a video pitch, and upload your video by Wednesday, Feb. 20th. For more info go to youngentrepreneurinstitute.org or see Mr. Novak.
AfterProm Fashion Show:
Mark your calendars for this super fun event! The show will take place on Friday, March 15th at 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium. The After Prom Fashion show is Kenston’s annual event to raise money while enjoying groups of juniors and seniors dance and perform! “It’s absolutely hilarious and so creative! I’m amazed what the kids come up with each year. I look forward to this every spring!” remarked one parent. The Master of Ceremonies will be none other than Kenston’s very best—Seniors Noah Gabel and Luke Jourdian. (The fashion show is a fundraiser for AfterProm to give our students a safe and fun-filled evening together after the Prom event on Saturday, May 4th.) The deadline for all juniors and seniors to sign up their group for the “Kochella After Prom Fashion Show” was Monday, February 4th.
WEDNESDAYS: SOPHOMORES: Auburn Career Visit:
Want to see if Auburn is right for you? Schedule a “Welcome Wednesday” visit anytime now thorough April. See Mr. Kimpton in Guidance for details.
FRIDAYS: College Financial Aid Help:
If you have any questions regarding the college financial aid process, please contact the Kenston LEAF advisor, Renee Morgan, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Student and family appointments are available on Fridays in the guidance office.
***Breaking News! Four New Events just added***
***ACT Prep Class @ KHS***
KCE offers a 10-hour ACT Prep class here at KHS on Tuesdays, Feb. 19-March 19 from 7-9 p.m. in the library. This popular class is taught by Mr. Koltas and Mr. Marchesi and costs only $99 for the entire program. Register online at kenstoncommunityed.org.
Attention sophomores and juniors! Denison University in Granville offers a young writers workshop June 16-23. This 8-day residential program offers creative writing workshops led by Denison faculty, one-on-one interactions with professional writers and award-winning authors and much more. Financial assistance is available. Visit reynolds.denison.edu for more information. Application deadline is March 3, 2019.
***SAT Review Session***
A one-night SAT review session will be held Monday, March 4, from 7-9 p.m. in the KHS Library. This class is held just prior to the SAT class given to all KHS junior students on Wednesday, March 6. This is a great opportunity for a last minute crash course before the test. Cost is $29 and register through KCE at kenstoncommunityed.org.
***Summer Experience in Engineering***
Attention females in all grades. The University of Akron hosts the 15th annual Summer Experience in Engineering June 9-14, 2019 for resident campers and June 10-14 for day campers. Students experience college life, attend classes, eat at the dining hall, participate in design or research projects, hands-on activities with engineering faculty, corporate field trips, apply engineering problem-solving skills to complete team design projects and much more. Details and applications are in Guidance. For more information, visit uakron.edu/wie or email email@example.com. All forms must be received by March 31.
***Miami University in Oxford offers a Summer Scholars Program***
This is for academically talented sophomores and juniors to explore a topic of choice with faculty and professional experts June 30-July 12, 2019 or July 14-26, 2019. Details are in Guidance. Participants who choose to apply to Miami will receive priority consideration for merit scholarships and premier academic programs and honors program. Application deadline is May 1, 2019. Go to MiamiOH.edu/SummerScholars.
***Youngstown State University Day***
Youngstown State University “Penguin Preview Day” is from 9-1 on Friday, Feb. 15. This special session for high school students including a tour of the campus, meet President Tressel, eat at the food court, visit the office of admissions and departments, tour the campus and residence halls. To register, go to preview.ysu.edu.
***Senior Counselors for Seventh Grade Camp***
Attention Seniors! The deadline for applications has been EXTENDED until Wednesday, February 20th, to coincide with our Sr. Project program. There will be a senior meeting during homeroom Wednesday, January 30th, to discuss all aspects of the Sr. Project mentorship program. Those who are in the process of completing the application for 7th Grade Camp or have already turned it in, you don’t have to worry. Your application will be held and on file. Once again, the deadline is now February 20, 2019. You can still pick up applications in Guidance and have teachers complete the teacher recommendation forms. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Hanzak in Guidance.
Camp runs May 6-10, 2019 and students with conflicts should not apply. Student athletes in spring sports should check their schedule. You will not be permitted to leave camp to compete. Also, students taking AP exams the week of May 6-10 will not be permitted to leave camp to take the AP Exam. AP exam dates are posted on the Guidance webpage. New this year: Camp will be held at Camp Christopher in Bath, Ohio. Because camp is a week earlier, those chosen to be camp counselors will go the entire week of May 6-10, 2019. There will be a brief meeting the week prior to camp and mandatory training on Saturday, April 27, 2019. The second week of mentorship will consist of a few days at KMS organizing supplies and preparing for next year.
***”Explore Engineering” at Dayton University***
Students interested in engineering visit “Explore Engineering” at Dayton University on Saturday, Feb. 23. The Minority Engineering Program and Women Engineering Program sponsors a no-cost overnight for male and female juniors and seniors on Feb. 23. For more information and RSVP, visit go.udayton.edu/exploreengineering. Space is limited and reservations are required.
***COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS 2019-2020***
Anyone interested in participating in the CCP program for the 2019-2020 school year should have attended the CCP Information Night on Thursday, Feb. 7th at 7 pm in the KHS Auditorium. If you missed the meeting, you can still get the important information you need. You can view the recorded session on the Guidance webpage.
• Interested students and their parents must attend the info session in person or view the recorded session on the Guidance webpage and sign off that they understand all details of the program. Paperwork will be distributed.
• All paperwork and the Intent Form MUST BE RETURNED to Guidance by Friday, March 22nd.
• If the Intent Form is not turned in by March 22, 2019, students will then have to sign up for CCP under Option A and ALL costs including tuition and books will be the responsibility of the student.
All this information will be covered in detail at the meeting on Feb. 7th. Please plan to attend! Various colleges participating in the program will be here so you can meet with the reps and ask any questions. Don’t miss this opportunity.
*** Geauga Soil and Water Conservation District 2019 Camp Canopy ***
Geauga Soil and Water Conservation District 2019 Camp Canopy is held June 9-14 at Camp Muskingum in Carroll County.
High school students explore forest ecology and natural resources at this weeklong camp on Leesville Lake. Includes clean, comfortable accommodations, delicious meals, recreational outdoor activities including volleyball, swimming, fishing and boating. Special evening programs provide social and academic value. Scholarships are available for this camp for applicants who qualify. Applications for scholarships are due by 3:00 PM on April 1, 2019. For more information and scholarship application, visit www.geaugaswcd.com or call 440-834-1122.
***JUNIOR GIRLS—Explore Engineering at Purdue***
Junior girls who are interested in engineering are invited to attend “”Juniors Exploring Engineering at Purdue” on Monday, April 8. Details and registration at www.purdue.edu/wiep.
***Cleveland Clinic Summer Internship Opportunity***
Cleveland Clinic Summer Internship Programs are taking applications for this summer. Work with doctors/caregivers at Cleveland Clinic’s main campus, regional hospitals, family health centers and administrative campuses. Dates, times and eligibility criteria vary by internship. Visit http://www.clevelandclinic.org/clinicbasedprograms for details and application. Mrs. Detwiler sent an email to all students on Monday, January 28th regarding information on these programs. This is a great opportunity, especially if you think you might be interested in the medical field as a career.
Need a job? New positions posted! 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. If you’re under 18 and you’re confused about a WORK PERMIT and what you need to do, stop in the Main Office or call Mrs. Taylor at 440-543-9821—she is happy to help.
2 NEW—This just in! Boosters and IOTA SIGMA PI Scholarships
***The Kenston Athletic Boosters Scholarship***
$1,000 scholarship each for one male and one female senior athlete attending college or technical school in fall 2019. Criteria: minimum 3.0 GPA, at least two (2) athletic varsity letters, family membership in KAB since Dec. 31, 2018, and essay of 300 words or less to this prompt: “What was the most difficult part of your career as a student athlete and how has that impacted you?” Must submit two (2) copies of the complete application to Guidance by noon on Friday, March 15, 2019. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered.
Envirothon will be meeting on Wednesday during homeroom for current members and any who wish to join. See you in Mrs. Moone’s room, B130.
***IOTA SIGMA PI BP Scholarship For Women***.
This non-renewable $2,000 scholarship is for females interested in chemistry with the intent to become a science major at a four-year college or university in OHIO. (Pre-med and pre-pharmacy are excluded). Minimum 3.4 GPA. Applications in Guidance or at https://sites.google.com/site/iotasigmapicleveland/bp-scholarship. Submit FOUR (4) copies of the complete application to Guidance. Must be RECEIVED by March 31, 2019.
***FirstEnergy Power Systems Institute***
FirstEnergy Power Systems Institute offers a 2-year associate of technical studies degree program in electric utility technology at Cuyahoga Community College. All tuition, books and lab fees are paid by FirstEnergy for qualified students. If interested, attend an information session from 10 a.m.-noon Saturday, Feb. 16 at Tri-C Metro Campus Theatre, 2900 Community College Ave. in Cleveland. Visit www.firstenergycorp.com/psi or call 800-829-6801 for more information.
***Chagrin Valley Woman’s Club Scholarships have arrived!***
They are offering $2,000 scholarships for students with financial need, academic achievement, community involvement/service and work experience. Mandatory requirement: students must submit THREE (3) copies of the entire application including “official sealed” transcripts and two letters of recommendation. Applications are in Guidance – please read the details carefully and return to Guidance by NOON on Friday, March 8, 2019.
***The Kenston Foundation Scholarship***
SENIORS! The Kenston Foundation Scholarship applications are in Guidance. Students are asked to follow the details of the scholarship very carefully. Students must submit a separate essay to the prompt for EACH scholarship they apply for. They must make three copies of the complete application including the attachments. THREE COPIES of the COMPLETE applications must be turned into Guidance no later than the end of the school day on Friday, March 15, 2019. Late applications will be disqualified. Sign up for an interview when you turn in your application. Interviews will be held April 2-17. Stop in Guidance if you have questions.
***Music education $1,000 scholarship available!***
Seniors pursuing a major in music education with minimum 2.0 GPA and in need of financial aid should apply. Check in Guidance. Deadline March 15, 2019.
Don’t Miss These Deadlines!
***BAINBRIDGE WOMEN’S CLUB***
Due March 18th–Application form in Guidance
***FIELDS OF LEARNING***
Due March 31st–apply at www.fieldsoflearning.org
$1,000 SigEp CSU Freshman Male Balanced Man Scholarship for males who attend CSU in fall 2019. Criteria is 3.0 GPA and a leader in and out of the classroom. Applicants are not required to join Sigma Phi Epsilon. Details in Guidance. Apply at www.csuohio.edu/SigEp by August 15, 2019.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED AND SERVICE HOURS:
Did you know that one way to stand out with your high school RESUME is by how much you volunteer and WHERE you volunteer? It’s best to spread your volunteer hours out over a couple DIFFERENT areas and not just one place to show you are well-rounded. When you graduate from Kenston, students with 60 HOURS OR MORE of community service will wear a blue cord around their neck–it’s a nice honor to have and easy to do since Kenston offers so many opportunities. If you’re a freshman, you only need to log at least 15 HOURS PER YEAR and by the time you are a senior, you’ll have the 60 hours that you need.
**THE POND: ON & OFF THE ICE**
On and off ice volunteers are needed to help introduce children with disabilities the joy of ice skating. The Gliding Stars Program is every Sunday from February 24 to May 19. For more information contact: Melinda Bednarik at firstname.lastname@example.org or Rachel Wymer at email@example.com
Looking for a place to get some work done before heading home at the end of the school day? Kenston Academy is back! Come to the KHS Library after school Monday through Thursday from 2:20 pm to 3:20 pm. Use a computer. Print a paper. Get some tutoring help
SENIORS: What you should know:
***CLASS OF 2019– SENIOR LETTER***
Seniors! Everything you need to know about your last semester was emailed to you and your parents through constant contact on Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2018 entitled: “Class of 2019 – Important Senior Info”. Please read! It is a wealth of information to keep you organized and on track for the rest of your Senior Year!
Old News but Great Info:
If you are interested in purchasing the 2018-19 Yearbook, see the link on the right column of the homepage or Online orders can be made at www.yearbookordercenter.com, order number 2856. For those graduating this spring, when ordering a yearbook, select the option for “Senior” yearbooks and check the box “mail to home.” They will be mailed home next fall; the cost of mailing to seniors is covered by Herff Jones. Discount applied if ordered by December 31, 2018 at $65; then $75 through June 2019. Remember, yearbooks take the summer to be completed and published and are usually ready for distribution in the Fall of the following year. Questions: stop in and see Mr. Fodor in room A114 or email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2017-18 Yearbooks arrived in September! All students should have received their yearbook from last year on Wednesday, Sept 19th during homeroom. Extra copies of the 2017-18 yearbook were available on a first come, first served basis after that date.
Seniors, this is your big year! Everyone wants a picture of you! All seniors should’ve taken advantage of the FREE session for Senior Picture for the Yearbook on Thursday, Sept. 27th. Venditti was here to take a complimentary, professional picture—sorry, you cannot purchase this picture, it is for the yearbook only. If you missed it, you will have to submit a picture or have a professional submit it. All seniors who have already had their senior pictures taken at Venditti, New Direction, Palmieri, Noah Blue, or Slezak Photography will automatically have their pictures sent directly to the Kenston Yearbook. Other studios must seek approval before submitting a photo and adhere to the yearbook specifications. All senior pictures for the yearbook were due on January 15, 2019! Questions should be addressed to Mr. Fodor in room A-114 or email him at email@example.com.
SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS for Senior Portraits:
Senior portrait specifications for other Photographers: Size—no less than 300 dpi. Pose—only traditional full color portrait, head and shoulders only. Background—must be on the spectrum from cobalt to navy blue (no light blue). No hats, props, hands or inappropriate clothing. Submit your photograph electronically by email attachment to: firstname.lastname@example.org or on a CD. Under no circumstances will a senior portrait be scanned from a print. Any questions, see Mr. Fodor, room A114.
BOMBER HANGER: Kenston Spirit Wear on Sale:
Shelly McDonough 440-591-4200. Christine Riscili 717-991-0973
See the PTO link on the homepage for all the dates or follow on Twitter–@Bomber_Hanger; or on Facebook—The Bomber Hanger. https://kenstonlocal.org/pto/bomberhangar/. The Bomber Hanger is managed by the PTO Council and benefits Kenston students, staff and community organizations through gift certificates and product donations. It also helps fund two annual PTO scholarships given to high school seniors through the Kenston Foundation.
CLUBS & TEAMS you can join @ KHS: They look great on your High School Resume!
*BAKING GROUP: If you are interested in the Baking Group, sign up starting, Nov. 26th. There is a sign up outside of B-131 on the bulletin board in the Science hallway. We would like to see your interest in baking. How about a cookie exchange? Sign up and watch your email for details.
*BOCCE CLUB: Do you want to try something new and exciting? Then sign up to be part of the Kenston Bocce Club. Classes begin after Labor Day. Visit Mr. Segulin in Room B123 if you’re interested.
*BUSINESS CLUB will be changing to the Future Business Leaders of America, which is a national program and one that packs a lot of benefits for high school students. Meetings will begin Monday, Sept 17th during homeroom. Please email Mr. Kepreos if you have any questions.
*CEC CLUB: For those of you who don’t know, CEC (Creating Exceptional Character) works to spread acceptance and love towards all of our friends that have special needs at Kenston High School. We plan many fun activities throughout the year. If you have any interest in joining the club, see Mrs. Rudlosky in room A201.
*CREATIVE WRITING CLUB: Creative writers of all kinds are invited to the Pulse Writing Club meeting Tuesday, September 11th, in Ms. Joyce’s room, A-113, after school. See Ms. Joyce if you have any questions.
*DRAMA CLUB: The first Drama Club Meeting of the 2018-2019 school year was on Thursday, September 13th. We will discuss: This year’s shows, Fundraisers and how you can get involved. You DON’T want to miss this; all are welcome! Questions? See Mrs. Leone, Mrs. Green or Mrs. Wirthwein!
*FRENCH CLUB: Anyone interested in French Club! First meeting will be on Wednesday, 9/12 during homeroom! Please see Mrs. Wahl for questions in room C217. A bientot!
*GAMES CLUB meet after school usually until 3:30 in room C139. Mrs. Kramer has Settler’s of Catan, Othello, Pandemic, and a few others to share. You are welcome to bring your own game. See announcements for meeting dates or stop in Room C139.
*JANUS EDITORIAL TEAM: Are you a writer? Or an artist? Or appreciate both? If so, consider being a part of this year’s Janus Editorial Team. Janus is Kenston’s literary and art magazine, and we are seeking out people who would like to join this year’s staff. If this sounds like you, come to the Janus informational meeting on Monday, October 8 at 2:30 in room A119. If you have any questions, please see or email Mr. Marchesi in room A119.
*KGAP CLUB: KGAP stands for “Kenston’s Gaming Anime and Pop Culture”. In this club, there is a weekly rotation of playing games, watching Anime and watching a TV show or a movie. We meet in Mr. Mason’s room, C136 usually every Friday after school until 3:30.
*KNITTING CLUB: Do you know how to knit? Want to learn? The Knitting Klub will meet in Mrs. Garrett’s room C-140 after school on Thursday, Nov 29th. All are welcome!
*MATH CLUB: Math Mondays take place every Monday during homeroom. On Math Mondays we usually discuss interesting math topics or watch videos on how to do math puzzles such as the “four fours” puzzle. You can also sign up for the Kenston Math Club Google Classroom account where you can find out about events, volunteering opportunities, and chances to tutor. We have already started having meetings so if you want to join or have any questions, see Mr. Koltas in room C138.
*MOCK TRIAL TEAM: Info meeting Mon. Oct. 22, 7:00pm, Room A112. Mock trial is an academic competition against other high schools where students portray an attorney or witness and participate in a simulated trial. Students argue both sides of the case in real courtrooms across the state and are scored by panels of lawyers and judges. The state finals are held in the Ohio Statehouse. Students learn first-hand about the law, court procedures and the judicial system. The coaches are all attorneys. Practices are usually every Monday night at 7pm in A112. Email any questions to email@example.com
*PACK CLUB: PACK is a group of students interested in current events and politics. We have Democrats, Republicans and Independents who share their points of view in a safe environment. We are political junkies! Plan on attending the next meeting on Wednesday, 9/5. See Mrs. Smith if you are interested. Room A210
*PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB: See Mr. Malkus, room A101 for more information.
*PULSE WRITING CLUB: Creative writers are invited to the Pulse Writing Club meeting Tuesday, September 11, in A-113, after school. See Ms. B. Joyce if you have any questions or if you would like to join. All creative writers welcome.
*RECYCLING-ENVIROTHON: 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. Every Monday and Wednesday during homeroom, these students play a vital part of keeping Kenston environmentally friendly! Students meet in Mrs. Moone’s room, B130, during homeroom days and spread out over the entire high school building to empty plastic and paper bins for collections helping Kenston stay green. Stop by if you are interested in joining the Envirothon club.
*RUSSIAN CLUB: First meeting will be on Monday, January 28, 2019 during homeroom. Stop in Mr. Krejsa’s room C-220 if interested in joining the club.
*SCIENCE OLYMPIAD: Do you like to build things? Figure out how things work? Do you like thinking outside of the box? Science Olympiad might just be for you. Join Coach Wilk and former team members in Room B131. Come when you can. Meetings are usually held in B-131 on Tuesday and Wednesday from 2:30 to 3:30 and Tuesday and Thursday from 6:45 to 8:45.
*SIGN LANGUAGE CLUB is meeting Wednesday, Aug 29th after school in room C143 and is open to all skill levels! See Mrs. Larkin if you have questions or would like to join.
*SPANISH CLUB: Please come to the first Spanish Club meeting of the year Wednesday, Sept. 19 in room C215 during Homeroom. See Ms. Scola if you are interested in joining.
*SPEECH AND DEBATE TEAM: Come check-out a practice usually on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 6:30 pm in A112. Speech and debate is an academic competition against other high schools that focuses on public speaking, debating, writing and acting skills. Similar to a swim or track team, students compete in one or two of fourteen events occurring simultaneously in separate classrooms. The team competes in more than a dozen Saturday tournaments from late-October through mid-February with the goal of qualifying for States, which is held in early March. Students are not required to attend every tournament. Additional information is available at: kenstonlocal.org/khs/extracurriculars/speech-debate/ Email any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
*TRIVIA CLUB: The Trivia Club usually meets on Fridays after school in C138. See or email Mr. Koltas if interested.
*UNICYCLE CLUB: Do you want to try something new and exciting? Then sign up to be part of the Kenston Unicycle Club. Classes begin after Labor Day. Visit Mr. Segulin in Room B123 if you’re interested.
LOST & FOUND ITEMS:
Please stop by the Main Office if you have lost something or if you have found something that someone has lost. If you lost something that hasn’t been found yet, fill out a form so we can notify you when it’s found!