• Dr. Herpy

Announcements for Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Bomber Café Menu:CHICKEN FAJITA HOT VEGGIE: REFRIED BEANS SIDES: ROMAINE MIX & REFRIED BEANS WEEKLY SANDWICH/SALAD: SOUTHWEST CHICKEN SALAD, CHEF SALAD OR VEGETARIAN WRAP BEVERAGE: MILK

Students remember to bring in a t-shirt to tie-dye for Peace Day during the lunch blocks on Thursday and Friday.

There will be a PEAK meeting today during homeroom. Ambassadors please report to guidance after announcements.

Interested in serving on a Teen Court in Geauga County? Come hear Law Clerk Anthony Hurst discuss this opportunity Wednesday during Homeroom in room A210 Mrs. Smith’s room.

Any and all students interested in media production or journalism should attend the Journalism Club meeting on Wednesday during homeroom in the English lab. Email or see Mr. Novak (A111) with any questions.

The Buy Blue store will be open Wednesday this week at lunch. Make sure you stop by to check out our awesome school supplies and support your Kenston CEC club!

Everyone who would like to participate in Kenston Center Stage there is a kick-off meeting this afternoon at 4:00 in the auditorium. This meeting is especially important if you have not participated in KCS before. Auditions for the fall play will proceed immediately following the meeting.

Science Olympiad has their first meeting this evening, Thursday, September 11, at 7:00 P.M., in Room B124 (Science wing) at Kenston High School.

Attention Student Council members and officers…we will be having student council meetings every Monday and Wednesday during homeroom from now until Homecoming in Mrs. Leone’s room (A110)! Plan on attending…if you ever can’t make it to a meeting, see Mrs. Leone! New members are always welcome!

GUIDANCE:

Attention students looking for volunteer hours: Timmons Elementary School is looking for high school students to assist with their Family Movie Night this Friday September 19. There are two available shifts that you can work: 5:00-7:30 or 7:30-9:00. We have some students signed up for the first shift already, but we really need more students for the second shift. Jobs include: running food during the movie, monitoring certain areas, working concessions, set-up, and clean-up. If you are interested in working one or both shifts, please see Mrs. Detwiler in the Guidance office as soon as possible. This is a great opportunity to help your community and serve as a positive role model for the younger students in our district!

***If you’ve lost something in the building (jewelry, eye glasses, hats, jackets, lunch bags – CASH), please come to inquire in the Main Office.