KMS Students of the Month
Kenston Middle School is pleased to announce their Students of the Month. Students selected for Student of the Month honors are sixth graders, Anna Hammerle, Deanglo Hemingway, Nicholas Lai, Nathan Linsz and Abby Ohlsen; seventh graders, Kate Hutchison, Ronja Markoff, Jackson Rosneck and Nathan Schlessel; and eighth graders, Matthew Majkowski, Ben Millard, Qiana Scarpa and Hannah Yakovac.
KHS Students of the Month
Congratulations to Kenston High School students of the month for March. Selected for special recognition were freshmen, Rachel Apshago and Spencer Brown; sophomores, Jessica Sunderhaft and Will Toth; juniors, Jimmy Burg and Sarah Herbruck; and seniors, Parker Banning and Gabriela Salvini.
New Bomberettes Named
The Bomberette Dance Team has been selected for 2017/2018 school year. They are Elise Bradbury, Elisabeth Cooper, Jane Edwards, Kayleigh Fisher, Devyn Gaskins, Haley Hall, Ali Lesner, Caitlin Pastor, Rhianna Patrick, Kendal Rumplik, McKenna Sawyer, Taylor Vargo and Sarah Ward.
Play Blue Future Chefs Cook-off
Sixty-two students submitted recipes in the Sodexho/Play Blue Future Chefs Cooking Contest. Six finalists competed in the “Healthy Comfort Food” competition. In the Kindergraten through 5th grade category finalists were: Brynn Dodd with Ranchburgers; Graham Crawford with Banana Cookies; Abby Fink with Mini-Meatloaves; Maria Shindika with Tanzanian Pancakes; Andi Dodd with Ravioli Lasanga; Maddie Minich with Maddie’s “Egg”cellent Casserole; Ahmiah Betton with Meat Puffs; Charlotte Cowan with Waffle Surprise; Ben Fink with Turkey Pot Pie; Julian Johnson with Secret Weapon Meatloaf Bombs; Sophie Voudris with Magnificent Meatball Soup and Aly Stefancin with Million Dollar Spaghetti.
Third grader, Charlotte Cowan won Kenston’s Future Chef Competition with her recipe for Waffle Surprise. She will now compete in the regional competition.
Pictured In Top Right Photo: Charlotte Cowan, winner of Kenston’s Future Chef Competition
KMS and KHS Science Olympiad teams qualify for State Tournament
The Kenston Middle School Science Olympiad team place fifth and fourteenth at the Case Western Reserve Regional Science Olympiad Tournament earning a berth at the State finals in Columbus on April 1st. The following KMS students and 9th graders received recognition in their respective events:
- Meteorology – Andrew Lauer – 1st place;
- Invasive Species – Nya Ku and Maddie Worsdall – 1st place;
- Crime Busters – Alex Akers and Emma Spencer – 1st place;
- Anatomy – Ronja Markoff and Amelia Witmer-Rich – 2nd place;
- Optics – Tess Hayes and Amelia Witmer–Rich – 2nd place;
- Microbe Mission – Amelia Witmer-Rich and Mac Snyder – 3rd place;
- Food Science – Sage Edwards and Nya Ku – 3rd place;
- Experimental Design – Sage Edwards, Leah Jarmolowicz and Emma Spencer – 4th place;
- Fast Facts – Sage Edwards and Maddie Worsdall – 4th place;
- Reach for the Stars – Alex Ensign and Andrew Lauer – 4th place; and
- Road Scholar – Alex Akers and William Skladany – 4th place.
The Kenston High School Science Olympiad team finished sixth in the region and earned the right to compete among the 40 best teams in the state at The Ohio State University on April 1st.
Our state qualifying team received top 10 honors in 17 of the 23 events this past weekend at Case Western Reserve’s Northeastern Ohio Regional Science Olympiad Tournament . . .
Individual accolades go out to the following participants for finishing in the top five at their respective events:
- Chemistry Lab – Evan Frank and Jackie Jeromin – 3rd place;
- Invasive Species – Ryan Sauder and Anna Snyder – 4th place;
- Wind Power — Ethan Brinkman and Ryan Sauder – 4th place; and
- Optics — Fred Fikter and Ryan Sauder.