The World is their Classroom: Kenston teachers exchanges ideas to enhance secondary education teaching skills

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Ms. Ruhiyya Mahmudova from Azerbaijan shared a cultural lesson with Neo Alaei and classmates in Mr. Ted Krejsa’s Russian II class. Exchanging ideas to enhance teaching skills and increase knowledge of the United States is provided to outstanding secondary education teachers through the Fulbright Teacher Excellence and Achievement Program. This year, Kenston participated in this program with Kent State University hosting five teachers.

Community invited to ALICE Safety Training

Sgt. Frank Chickos of the Bainbridge Police Department trained new staff in methods to keep our students safe and about ALICE (which stands for alert, lockdown, inform, counter, evacuate). ALICE is the training method utilized in the Kenston Schools that teaches techniques that can reduce injuries and casualties in the event of an active shooter. ALICE differs from the lockdown/shelter-in-place approach previously used by many districts across the country. ALICE is part of Kenston’s emergency operations plan.

ALICE empowers staff and students to make informed decisions about how to best ensure their own safety during an active shooter event, especially before authorities arrive on the scene or when they are not immediately available.

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 first quarter Zoo Crew members: Avery Branthoover, Harrison Brodsky, Tyler Cingcade, Mino DiFiore, Mia Fratoe, Jackson Granc, Jackson Herbert, Aria Lemons, Lainy Lombardo, Marissa Malldanado, Pat McIvor, Evie Mills, Eloise Mulheman, Madison Myers, Matthew Pannunzio, Karly Purcell, Jackson Reed, Colin Reed, Chase Shwonek, Ella Skladany, Sia Taylor, Gianni Tomaselli, Teo Triscaro, Amaya Turner and Kylie Wright

KIS October Students of the Month

Kenston Intermediate School is pleased to announce their Students of the Month for October. Students selected for Student of the Month “Respect” honors were fourth graders, Maylin Bryan, Payton John, Jax Kantura, Lyla Morton, Zoey Murtha, Arjun Ockerman, Abigail Santore, Maria Snider and Ethan Stroble; and fifth graders, Philip Brodsky, Drew Czernicki, Jane Eibler, Abby Felton, Lola Keschl, Joh’Nyla Kirkman, Stefania Mighton, Caden Russell, Kate Tobin, Joey Triscaro and Brady Watson

November 5 Election Location

For the November 5, 2019 Election, Bainbridge Township voters in Precincts C, E and H cast their ballot at Gardiner Center, not Kenston High School as was the location in previous years.

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