Kenston Schools News

Academic All Ohio Football

Congratulations to the Kenston High School Football team for being recognized by the Ohio High School Football Coaches Association with an All Ohio Academic Football Award for their academic and athletic excellence.


Timmons Zoo Crew

Timmons Elementary School third-graders who work hard and show great effort were named to the Zoo Crew. Members of the Zoo Crew are rewarded with goofy and crazy games and activities before school each week for eight weeks. Congratulations to the second quarter Zoo Crew members: Ryan Cloud, Patrick Conochan, Addison Currutt-Weisend, Gianna Dallas, William Dillon, Declan Dwyer, Genevieve Gould, Anna Gregan, Blake Grubich, Adren Keller, Hughes Latona, Zac Latz, Evelyn Laupan, Ryan Mills, Dmitri Monger, James Morris, Cassidy Prather, Owen Settlemire, Noah Sockett, Claire Speece, Muskaan Suhail, Cece Traylor, Lincoln VanFossen, Cora Waldinger and Chloe Wyszynski.


Class of 2025 Parent Meeting

The transition between middle school and high school will begin for the parents of eighth-graders at the incoming Freshman Parent Meeting, Thursday, January 13 with a virtual presentation posted.  This first informative evening will focus on course selection and scheduling for next year.  


Incoming Kindergarten Parent Meeting

Information Night for incoming Kindergarten parents will be held on Monday, January 31, at 7pm for children entering Kindergarten this August. Children must be five (5) years old on or before September 30, 2022.  Information about Kindergarten and the registration process will be shared virtually.  Please visit on January 31 to access the presentation.


Emergency School Closing

In case of severe weather or calamity requiring school to be closed, an official announcement will be made via an AlertNow phone call to the homes of families with children attending the Kenston Schools.  If you are uncertain about school closing, you can call 440-564-2134 or go to for up-to-date information.  The message is updated by 5:30 a.m. when conditions warrant.  If school is closed due to weather, all activities and athletic contests are cancelled whether home or away.


Gold Cards Available

All residents of Auburn and Bainbridge who are 60 years of age or older may obtain a free, lifetime “gold card” which will admit them free of charge to any school-sponsored event in which students participate, including home athletic events, musical and dramatic performances.  Gold cards are not valid when an event is sponsored by an organization other than the schools (P.T.O., Booster groups, etc.) as a fundraiser.  Cards cannot be used for athletic events such as conference, regional or state playoffs.

Gold card membership can be obtained at the Kenston Board Office, 17419 Snyder Road.


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