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 were sixth graders, Dylan Britton, Elizabeth Cooper, Colin Mast and Carter McAbier; seventh graders, Issy Billock, Weston Gaskins, Jenna Rothlisberger and Ty Yurkovich; and eighth graders, Greyson Byrnes, Jimmy Daddona, Amayah Dancy and Lindsey Szczesniak .
KHS Students of the Month
Congratulations to Kenston High School students of the month for October selected for special recognition were freshmen, Sammy Cohen and Lindsay Wyers; sophomores, Andy Lenart and Kaitlin McGrath; juniors, T.J. Daunch and Abby Fikter; and seniors, Seth Blankenship and Cassie Holub.
KMS STAND Committee selected
Kenston Middle School selected members of the 2014/2015 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 and have excelled in treating others kindly.
They are eighth graders, Ainsley Bradbury, Lillianna Difini, Madelyn Engoglia, Noah Gabel, Billy Glime, Emily Hall, Haley Hall, Olivia Heysek, Teeny Hill, Ashton Hunt, Allyson Klotz, Allison Kosinski, Delaney Kramer, Ali Lesner, Camryn Lutz, Michael Mercer Brianna Morton, Anna Rini, Alexis Robertson, Nick Slezak, Kate Stavnicky, Jessica Sunderhaft, Britta Treu and Emily Walker.
Seventh graders selected are Jonathan Abbarno, Anthony Alandt, Taylor Ashby, Jenna Bornstein, Savannah Brownfield, Rachel Flack, Weston Gaskins, Shawn Hamilton, Mason Jakacki, Eden Kesler, Amy Kotara, Morgan Owen, Madeline Peters, Garrett Prepetit, Sydney Vanderbilt and Josh Walls.
Sixth grade S.T.A.N.D. members are Noelle Badalotti, Elise Bradbury, Dylan Britton, Hannah Fender, Meri Gabriel, Nathan Gaskins, Grace Geisler, Layla Gilbert, Lynae Hairston, Jack Holodinski, Trent Jakacki, Hannah Kepreos, James Kocheff, Emma Koenig, Alec Kolenic, Emma Lutz, Maegen Manning, Colin Mast, Kylee Pierson and Qiana Scarpa.
October 9 at 6 pm, Kenston’s Annual Homecoming Parade will take place. The parade will feature the Kenston band and drill team, building floats and individual participants. The theme this year is “Around the World.” The parade will go up the KHS Bainbridge Road drive, out onto Snyder Road and in front of the middle school. Please park in the high school student parking lot.
Football game pre-sale tickets will be available Thursday and Friday at Kenston Community Education $6 for Adults and $4 for students. Student pre-sale tickets are available at the high school on Friday.
The Homecoming game is Friday, October 10 at 7 p.m. against Perry. The Homecoming Court will be announced with the King and Queen crowned at halftime.
2014 Homecoming Court
Congratulations to the Kenston High School students who were selected by student vote to be 2014 Homecoming attendants: freshman, Taylor Gilbert and Ben Obringer; sophomores, Breanna Bodak and Alec Sapolin; and juniors, TJ
Daunch and Gabby Groff.
The Homecoming King and Queen will be announced at half time of the Friday, October 10th game against Perry. The Senior Court comprises: Sydney Braverman, Rachael Brezovec, Will Bush, Jackie Cifani, Brad Davis, Josh Heiferling, Nick Lewis, Anthony Martin, Carole Nelson and Paige Palmer.
Band on Demand is Back!
Support the Kenston High School Marching Band and Bomberettes by purchasing raffle tickets to have them come perform in your front yard. Tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20 and can be purchased from any band member or Bomberette. The winner will be drawn on Friday, October 10, with a performance on Friday, October 24. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional tickets or questions.
Political Action Committee of Kenston and the Geauga County League of Women Voters will host a Candidates’ Night Forum on Monday, October 13, at 7 p.m. in the Kenston High School Auditorium, 9500 Bainbridge Road. Candidates and Issue Representatives will present, followed by a question and answer from the audience. Campaign materials will also be available.
Pictured are members of PACK: (back row, l-r) Tyler Fisher, Cameron Oakes, Grace Rundelli, Katie Grendell, Ian Gray, Iain Speece, Zach Smith, Collin Kure, Evan Malone and Ben Princic; (middle row, l-r) Sophia Bruzik, Alex Dvorak, Hannah Richardson, Marie Rankin, Emily Steven, Josh Sekerak, Anthony Martin and Austin Yeary; (front row, l-r) Megan Hiser, Erica Belfi, Sarah Porter and Elizabeth Tuason.
Dinner with a White House Chef
You are invited to an evening of culinary delight with White House Chef Sam Morgante on Saturday, October 18, from 6-10 pm at Signature of Solon. Chef Morgante served throughout his military career as White House Chef under former Presidents George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush. He will answer your questions about what really happens at the White House and give you an inside look at what is involved in creating a meal for U.S. Presidents and their guests as you dine on some of the Presidents’ favorite dishes. Only 100 tickets are available at $125 person. Call 440-221-0999 to reserve your seat. All funds will go toward the Bomberette Dance Team to perform at the Capital One Bowl on New Year’s Day.
KCS Casts Fall Production
This fall, Kenston Center Stage will perform three one-act plays for their fall production. The cast comprises Ashley Bernett, Mia Bester, Lydia Fielding, Dayle Foster, Savannah Georgian, Cassie Holub, Shannon Kane, Katie Kuckelheim, Alondra Martinez, Riley Potts, Chloe Sferra, Jessica Stirewalt, Euneata Walker, Catherine Zickert, John Coming, Jake Gratto, Jon Licata, Will McKnight, Lukas Palumbo and Nathan Wasinski.
The first play called; This Is a Test, hilariously takes you inside the mind of a student who’s “freaking” during a high stakes test. A contest winner in competition, this play is very popular with students, parents, and teachers alike.
The second show, Uncool, takes a candid look at bullying. A sensitive girl is verbally assaulted when the “cool” kids at her new high school decide they don’t like her.
Finally, the program finishes with an absurdest work, Us and Them. What happens when two tribes of people arrive in the same place and must find a way to live in peace with one another? Why, build a wall of course!
Performance dates are Friday and Saturday, November 14 and 15, at 7:00 pm and Sunday, November 16, at 2 pm. Each show runs about twenty minutes with two ten minute intermissions to change the scenery. Suitable for the entire family, tickets are only $5 to encourage everyone to come out and support this exciting evening of entertainment!
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