Making history Cailee and Tyler Rendlesham are the first siblings to win Grand and Reserve Champion in the same year. With the judges not even knowing that they were brother and sister. This year at the Geauga County Fair Cailee beats her big brother and won Grand Champion lamb in market lamb show. Tyler won Reserve Champion in the market lamb show category this year. The fair was held over Labor Day in Burton, Ohio.
What: Win a performance by the KHS Marching Band and Bomberettes Dance Team!
Where: Your Front Yard**
When: Friday, October 24, 2014 @ approx. 5:30pm
Drawing: Friday, October 10th, 2014 (Halftime @ Bomber Stadium)
Winner need not be present to win. Raffle Tickets: $5.00/ea. or 5/$20.00 Buy them from a Band or Dance Team member.
**Location must be within Kenston School District. Winner outside district may donate prize to location within district.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional tickets.
Thank you for your support!
Have you ever wondered why our mascot is a plane? "I think it's cool that somebody wants to tell the story of our school’s history. It’s interesting to know how everything came together," said Luke Winovich, a current senior.
The Kenston Foundation was founded in 1983. The Kenston foundation has awarded consequential grants to a few of the teachers here at Kenston High School. The grants provide equipment, materials, and financial aid need to fund programs benefiting students at all Kenston Local Schools. Mr. C even received a camera from one of the grants! The Kenston Foundation recognizes academic success and personal achievement by the students here at Kenston. The Foundation awards annual scholarships to graduating seniors each year. Every time you purchase something at Amazon.com, after you check out, they will prompt you if you want to make a donation. If you say yes and type in Kenston Foundation, a portion of your sales will return to us.
If a donation is made to the United Way Campaign, you can request to have your donation given to the Kenston Foundation. This way if you contribute at work and your employer matches your donation, you will be helping us. Note that we are not part of the United Way Campaign, just on their list of charities that they will support.
A Shout Out From MAAK to the organizations listed below for their generous contributions during the 2013/2014 school year. Remembering that MAAK relies completely on the efforts and generosity of its membership and the community to continue in its mission to support the musical arts ensembles of Kenston, we are grateful to these organizations and to our many parents who have contributed. Monies are utilized for the purchase and maintenance of uniforms, instruments, music and other equipment and we sincerely appreciate all contributions toward this effort. Bainbridge Civic Club-Bainbridge, Women's Club Friends of Bainbridge Library, Burntwood Tavern, Corrine L Dodero Foundation for the Arts & Sciences, Allen K Herpy, DDS, MS, and KeyBank Foundation .
Webmaster's note: Who says it is a small world? Lauren Sabo (KHS 2007) and Andrea Phillips (KHS 1990) sure think so. They both happened to be in the same country (Nepal) at the same time, and both happened to sign up for the same hiking trip.
Lauren Sabo (2007 Kenston graduate) wrote:
Two Kenston graduates were recently introduced to each other on a backpacking trip through Nepal, in April 2014, showing just how small our world actually is. Lauren Sabo, who graduated in 2007, and Andrea 'Andi' Phillips, who graduated in 1990, never expected to meet someone in Nepal who grew up walking the same high school hallways as the other in Ohio.
Giving up cell phones, daily showers and home-cooked meals for more than three weeks might not be a dream getaway for some, but Kenston students who embark on the "Out West" trip say it's one of the best things they've ever done.
Flirting with grizzly and black bears during an 18-mile hike to Lake Solitude in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming and conquering July snow on the scenic Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park in Montana were among the highlights of this year's geological field experience.
The Chagrin Valley Rotary club is looking for Kenston families who might be interested in hosting our 2014-2015 Rotary Exchange Student, Matt Barcelos. The goal is to find three families who would be willing to host Matt for three months during the school year. Host families have a great opportunity to broaden their horizons and gain excellent knowledge and experience with foreign culture. Host families are responsible for the student’s food and shelter for the three months while all other expenses are the student’s responsibility.
Our site is much like a yearbook. When school let’s out for summer our site is sitting here waiting for you any time you want to reminisce. Because our site is run by students, and students are on vacation, there is not much new content added over the summer. Mr. C. posts informational type items when people send them to him. "It is so nice to know that even though the year is over, we can go back during the summer and still view all the pictures and articles from the school year," said Junior Sarah Coughlin.
The program was established in 1990 by the Ohio Educational Service Center Association to recognize an outstanding senior student from each of the 88 counties within Ohio.
Jacob has attended Kenston schools since first grade. He is ranked first out of 251 seniors in the Class of 2014 and will graduate summa cum laude. Named an AP Scholar with Distinction, Jacob has taken 13 Advanced Placement courses earning straight A’s throughout his entire high school years.
Nancy Santilli, current Kenston Schools assistant superintendent, was unanimously selected by the school board as the next superintendent at the board's regular meeting on April 28.
Santilli's contract is for three years, starting Aug. 1, 2014, through July 31, 2017, with an annual salary of $130,000.
Before calling for the vote, board President Anne Randall asked if there was any further discussion from board members.
"I think we've discussed this enough," said Beth Krause, board vice president, laughing.
Celebrating its tenth anniversary, the Kenston High School Science Olympiad Team continued its successful year by placing fifth at the Ohio State Science Olympiad Tournament last Saturday. The State Tournament was held at the Ohio State University in Columbus and was comprised of the top forty teams from the nine regions of Ohio. Three of the top five teams at the tournament were from the Case Western Reserve Regional Tournament with Solon placing first, Mentor placing third, and KHS placing fifth.
The Kenston High School Science Olympiad has been in existence for ten years and has gone to the State Tournament every year. This is the first time any Kenston Science Olympiad Team has received a trophy at the Ohio State Science Olympiad Tournament!
On Friday, April 25, the school celebrated Superintendent Dr. Lee's time here at Kenston. For over twenty years Dr. Lee has been at Kenston. He is known for always putting the district's needs at his highest priority. Today there was a drum out for Dr. Lee to serve as a celebration of his time here, and to give him a goodbye. Students lined the halls cheering and high-fiving Dr. Lee's hand. Dr. Lee left the school to some students playing instruments and the Bomberettes dancing. Alan Frygier said, "I hope Dr. Lee has a great retirement, he's my favorite Superintendent!" Hopefully Dr. Lee will go on to enjoy his retirement.