KIS Student Council Elected
Kenston Intermediate School students have conducted elections for their 2014-2015 Student Council officers. They are President Nathan Snyder, Vice President Eva Moe, Treasurer Abby Morgan and Secretary Emily Kratzert.
Fourth and fifth grade classroom representatives elected by their peers are Ella Arvidson, Morgan Blackford, Maddie Blazey, Thomas Burke, Guy DiFini, Bridgette Donovan, Zoe Doyle, Issi Eging, Rachel Fender, Emma Gaskins, Ben Gurd, LE Healy, Aidan Jackson, Aidan Kenny, Clare Kenny, Sarah Keproes, Nya Ku, Danny McDonough, Abby Ohlsen, Ryan Peters, Shane Rothlisberger, Will Rottman, Gavin Scocos, Julia Sell, Sheeva Shaibani, Mackenzie Skufca, Ramsey Smith, Zak Soryal, Olivia Walker and Max Yost.
Hannah Cubberley has been selected Kenston’s Chagrin Valley Rotary Club Student of the Month. She maintains a 4.25 GPA. Hannah was recognized as an AP Scholar with Distinction by the College Board. She has earned four Departmental Awards and an Academic Letter for her honors in Art I, Spanish III, Honors English I and AP European History.
Hannah has been a member of the Principal’s Leadership Council, Class Officer and Academic Challenge Trivia Club member for her entire high school career. She is President of National Honor Society as well as Janus, Literary Magazine, editor. She played tennis for three years.
Over the summer, Hannah went on the western trip as part of Kenston Field Experience. She also volunteered at Chagrin Falls Park Community Center while working at Arborwear. Last year, she was a Teen Court Participant at Geauga County Juvenile Court of Common Pleas.
She plans to pursue a career in Communication and Psychology.
The Kenston High School Choruses will present their Fall Preview Concert on Thursday, October 16, at 7:00 pm in the Kenston High School Auditorium, featuring Varsity Jazz, Chorale, and Mixed Chorus. The choruses will be joined by local professional musicians from Warren Henry Music to perform Bob Chilcott’s “A Little Jazz Mass.” The concert is free and open to the public.
Kenston Local Schools are committed to locating, identifying and evaluating all students with disabilities from age 3 through 22. If you know of a child who may have special educational needs, between the ages of 2 and 22, and not in school, call Rita Pressman at Kenston’s Special Education Office at (440) 543-3013.
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