• Dr. Herpy

Sgt. Weninger teammate of many, friend to all

Published in The Chagrin Valley Times July 9, 2020 Tony Lange Athlete, non-athlete; class clown, bookworm; popular, inconspicuous – it did not matter. When someone came knocking for a friendship, his door was always wide open. A 6-foot-4, 220-pound quarterback and hockey wingman at Kenston, Wolfgang Kyle Weninger was physically imposing and carried a presence… Continue Reading

Students Please Help Geauga Meals on Wheels

They have a huge mailing going out in September and need envelopes labeled and stamped.  They felt it was a good community service project for high school students to earn service hours.  They asked if Kenston would like to participate. Meals on Wheels is giving 3 hours/box  (each box has 300 envelopes). If you can… Continue Reading

We Have Sad News

View: Read Kyle’s Obituary (added 6/27) Channel 19’s Interview with Mr. and Mrs. Weninger. (added 6/23) Read an article talking about Kyle. (added 6/19) We regret to inform you that Kyle Weninger, Kenston Class of 2010, was killed yesterday during a Marine Corps Special Forces jump school exercise in Georgia. Kyle was a member of… Continue Reading

Herb Society

Jessie, Summer, Madeline & Justice – It was so much fun working with you in the gardens today.  I appreciate your positive attitude, willingness to learn new skills and your muscle digging plants, carting mulch up the hill, carrying rocks, pruning, weeding watering, etc…  The Herb Society Members were thrilled to have your help and… Continue Reading

What Happens To Our Website Over Summer?

Our website is very similar to the yearbook. It collects all the school stories and it’s written in our students own words. Over the summer, the website just kind of sits and minds its own business, while we are outside during summer making the best of our lives. When we come back to school, our… Continue Reading

Remote Instruction Causing Time Management Challenges

By Ellie Pleune | Bomber Media The COVID-19 pandemic has closed schools around the country, leaving students with the challenges of time management and completing work on time. Without the supervision of teachers in the classroom, it’s no surprise that many distractions can hinder the ability of students to complete assignments on time. With addictive… Continue Reading