Kenston Announces 2018 Prom Court

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Kenston’s Prom will be held on Saturday, May 5th. The court is comprised of (back row, l-r) Spencer Caputo, Juan Rios, Will Britton Jimmy Burg and Sam Markel; (front row, l-r) Emma Nidy, Anna Soryal, Chloe Boutton, Maria Weil and Loren Gormley.

AfterProm Preview

Kenston parents have spent hundreds of hours to create an AfterProm party themed “Seas the Day.” On Saturday, May 5th from 8:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. at Kenston High School, the Kenston Community is invited to preview AfterProm. This long standing tradition at Kenston provides a safe and memorable event for our students. We appreciate the efforts of the committee chairs, Diane Sczeshiak, Dale Kolub, Allison Kure and Holly Sauder.

Kenston Intermediate School Students of the Month

Kenston Intermediate School is pleased to announce their Students of the Month for April Students selected for Honesty Student of the Month honors were fourth graders, Matthew Albano, Ralph Asher, Emerson Goddard, Carson Hyps, Trevor Hyps, Grady Kucharson, Eve Lucarelli, Lillian Matsko and Annabelle Soltis; fifth graders, Biz Adante, Lander Austin-McManamon, Ben Beckett, Josie Ianiro, Mariela Macias, Brianna McIvor, Samantha Pijor, Campbell Schmoldt, Mia Strong, Addie Tuller and Cate Zoltowicz.

Korianne Krill, KMS

KMS teacher honored with Math Award

Kenston would like to congratulate Mrs. Korianne Krill, who teaches math at Kenston Middle School, for winning the Greater Cleveland Council of Teachers of Mathematics Award. This award recognizes a math teacher that is outstanding in their field and is a leader in collaboration/ teaching/ and leading in the discipline of mathematics.

Continental Math League Top Scorers

All Continental Math League experiences are designed to improve students’ problem solving capabilities. There were five different times during the year when our Kenston Middle School students were presented with a 6 question math test. They were not allowed to use calculators and they had only 30 minutes to solve each of these tricky multi-step math problems. Then the students would review exactly how to go about solving that problem so they could learn from these challenges. Scores were then inputted into a national database and compared to other students across the country. Students were also ranked within each classroom.

Top scorers in Mrs. Sunderhaft’s classes: Walker Glime, Samuel Koltas, Benjamin Elliott, Paige Spicuzza, Thomas Meyers and Trent Krueger.

Top scorers in Mrs. Peace’s classes: Samuel Berlin, Jack Beclay, Ethan Noah, Charlotte Witmer-Rich, Julian Guirguis and Max Rossiter.

Smart Manufacturing begins with Students

Rockwell Automation hosted Kenston Intermediate School Fifth graders who were recognized for their Invention Convention projects. Students had the opportunity to tour the factory and shadow a team of Rockwell engineers. Campbell Schmodlt and Addison Altmann collaborated to build a battery powered robot that would stop at a specific point.

Kenston Local School District Bus Drivers Making the Roads Safer

School Bus Drivers throughout Ohio participate in regional School Bus Safety Road-E-O competitions each April. The event is designed to test and increase operational and safety skills of bus drivers. On Saturday, April 21st, Mahoning County ESC hosted the northeast region for the School Bus Safety Road-E-O. The top participants at each regional road-e-o move on to compete at the state-level competition in May. The northeast region includes the following counties; Ashtabula, Lake, Geauga, Trumbull, Summit, Portage, and Mahoning.

The drivers spent the day taking part in a written general knowledge test, various maneuverability skills, student safety vest securement, a simulated student pick-up /drop-off and railroad crossing situations. This year’s event had the following school districts: Akron, Austintown, Boardman, Hudson- Peterman, Kent, Kenston, Norton, Ravenna, Stow-Monroe Falls, West Branch, Western Reserve, and Woodridge. From those schools there were 58 participants who competed.

The Kenston Local School District is proud to announce that Kaylee Clayman and Chrissy Quigley (pictured in photo)will compete in the State Road-E-O Competition on Saturday May 5th at Licking Heights High School in Pataskala, Ohio.

Celebrating the Seasons

Our Timmons Elementary Kindergarten students, directed by Mrs. Holly Gedeon and Mrs. Kathleen Bowers, gave their Songs of the Season musical performance. Complete with instrumentalists, vocalist and speakers, the students celebrated the seasons in costume. Gregory Miller and Shanna Harting encouraged “Mister Sun” to come out to play.

 

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