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Spring Break

Kenston Schools will be closed Monday, April 10th through Monday, April 17th for Spring Break. School resumes on Tuesday, April 18th.

Timmons Elementary Lunch Bunch

Congratulations to Timmons Elementary School Students of the Month. The following Kindergartners honored with Positive Attitude awards were: Aiden Currutt-Weisend, Elizabeth Czernicki, William Freshman, Jackson Granc, Jackson Herbert, Emma Lipkovich and Madison Myers. First graders were Brooke Carlson, Rory Feldman, Jax Kantura, Mia Kwon, Oliver Lewis, Alaina Murphy and Kaitlyn Spellacy. Second graders were Dominica Giancola, Brynn Johnson, Stefania Mighton, Colin Murphy, Calvin Stefancin, Katherine Tobin and Daniella Valadez. Third graders were Anna Baker, Nathan Beaumont, Braiden Blowers, Evan DeCourcey, Sheri Holodinski, Jake Myles and Charles Pierce.

KHS Student of the Month

Congratulations to Kenston High School students of the month. Selected for special recognition were freshmen, Abby Bednar and Blake Torres; sophomores, Delaney Kramer and Jacob Spencer; juniors, Izzy Krzys and Hunter Ray; and seniors, Cole Lombardi and Andrea Rengers.

Rotary Senior

Lauren Obman was selected Kenston’s Chagrin Valley Rotary Club Student of the Month for April. She maintains a 4.282 grade point average. She has been named AP Scholar, having completed eleven AP courses, Student of the Month, Rotary Senior and Outstanding Young Female Rising on 91.1FM. Lauren will graduate in the Top 15 of her class receiving both an Honors Diploma and Community Service Cord.

Outside the classroom, Lauren has participated in a wide variety of activities. As a Girl Scout, she earned her bronze and silver award. As a freshman and sophomore, she played Softball.

She was a member of Principal’s Leadership, National Honor Society, Envirothon and a PEAK ambassador. For the past two years, she has volunteered as time at Kenston’s weekly Big Brother, Big Sister program. After studying Chinese in middle school and high scool, she continued her studies in Tianjin and Beijing with the Confucius Institute Chinese Bridge Summer Camp.

Outside of school, Lauren works as a retail associate at Arborwear. She served as a Junior Ambassador Volunteer at Cleveland Clinic earning 120 community service hours. Last summer, she worked as a Science Intern, conducting research that was published in a medical journal.

She plans to continue her education at Case Western Reserve University, earning a degree in Biochemistry with a minor in History.

Fluid Dynamics Challenge

Three Kenston Middle School eighth graders placed 2nd in the Fluid Power Competition. The contest sponsored by Parker Hannifin challenges middle school students to solve an engineering problem using fluid power. Each team works to design and build a fluid power mechanism and them compete against other teams in a timed competition.

Kindergarten Reminder

If your child will be five years old on/or before September 30th be sure to register for 2017-2018 Kindergarten at the Timmons Elementary School. Call 440-543- 9380 for additional information.

Pictured In Photo:  KMS 8th Graders from left to right, Molly Cohen, Maegen Manning and Halle Preneta, placed 2nd in the Fluid Power Competition sponsored by Parker Hannifin.

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