Three Kenston High School Choir Selected as All-National Honor Ensembles!

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Three deserving members of the Kenston High School Choir received the high honor of joining the “best of the best” for the National Association for Music Education’s 2017 All-National Honor Ensembles.

Performers represent collaboration and creativity in its highest musical form. Billy Glime (Tenor), Ryan Kohn (Bass), and Georgeanna Oxford (Soprano) were three of only eight chosen from Ohio to join the 281 mixed choir vocalists.

Free Skate with the Kenston Hockey Team

The Kenston Hockey Team invites you to try hockey for FREE on Saturday, October 21st at 3:10 p.m. at the Pond Ice Rink, 9999 East Washington Street. Skate with the hockey players for an hour, enjoy free popcorn and pop and chances to play games and win prizes! Receive a $10 Snack Cash card when you sign up for a Pond program registration. Equipment will be provided.

Senior Madison Spicuzza, shadowed Kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Michelle Appell.

Kenston Middle School

We would like to sincerely thank the entire Kenston family for coming together to assist our middle school students and staff as they transitioned to their new locations throughout the district. After extensive meetings with our roofing contractor and quality assurance specialists, we anticipate that the middle school roofing project will be completed by late November. In the meantime, our 6th grade students and faculty have been welcomed with open arms at the Kenston Intermediate School, the 7th grade students and faculty to Gardiner Center, and 8th grade students and faculty to the High School.

Kenston High School Job Shadowing

As part of our Job Shadow Experience, Junior and Senior students have the opportunity to shadow a profession of interest. Senior Madison Spicuzza, who is considering becoming a teacher, shadowed Kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Michelle Appell.

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