Kenston High School Students Make Career Connections

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What does it take to succeed in the field of journalism and communications? Kenston High School students were able to ask local professional for their advice as the explore communication careers. Cleveland.com Meteorologist Kelly Reardon answered one-on-one questions about her career path and the challenges that the media faces today.

KIS Student Council Elected

Kenston Intermediate School students have conducted elections for their 2017-2018 Student Council officers. They are President Emily Morgan, Vice President Jack Purcell, Treasurer Florah Greenburg and Secretary Brooke Race.

KMS STAND Committee Selected

Kenston High School Homecoming King and Queen Crowned. Ryan Kohn and Aya Henry were crowned homecoming king and queen Friday night during halftime of the Kenston Bombers football game against Brush.

Kenston Middle School selected members of the 2017/2018 S.T.A.N.D., Students Taking A New Direction. This program evolved from students looking to make a difference in their school and community by “taking a stand, lending a hand” against bullying by creating a positive and healthy environment. The students selected exemplified leadership qualities among their peers treating others kindly.

They are: Sophia Alandt, Dominic Alandt, Mariam Arshad, Maddie Blazey, Emma Brownfield, Summer Corcoran, Audrey Cowan, Ava Drcar, Sage Edwards, Rachel Fender, Presley Gabram, Alexa Hebert, Lauren Hunder, Claudette Jones, Janie Kerchenski, Lindy Kerchenski, Alex Knapik, Nicholas Lai, Anna Marthe, Rourke McGrath, Kyle McMahan, Xander Meyer, Nikki Nelson, James Pahner, Lily Peters, Ryan Peters, Emily Phillips, Hadleigh Schmittel, Aly Stefancin, Ryan Stuart, Sammie Sunderhaft, Mike Surtel, Gabrielle Thomas, Cooper Timmons, Martin Weber, Charlotte Witmer-Rich and Max Yost.

Pictured In Cover Photo:  Kenston High School students make career connections with local professionals.

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