Bomber Café Menu:PANCAKES WITH SAUSAGE HOT VEGGIE: STEAMED VEGETABLES SIDES: MIXED GREEN SALAD AND BROCCOLI WEEKLY SANDWICH/SALAD: CHEF SALAD AND HAM AND TURKEY SUB BEVERAGE: MILK
Journalism Club Members: there will be a meeting Monday in Mr. Novak’s room (A111) to discuss progress on assignments and plan for coverage of homecoming week.
Attention all Envirothon members, there will be a meeting on Tuesday, September 30 after school in Mrs. Moone’s room, B130. All who are interested in helping out with the float are encouraged to come!
Senior athletes who have not turned in their bios for this Friday’s All-Sports senior night please do so now! Blank forms are available in the athletics office.
Principal’s Leadership Council applications are available in guidance office for sophomores, juniors, and seniors. They are due by Monday September 29.
Pens and Pencils and Paper, Oh MY! Come support your CEC club at lunch this week and visit the Buy Blue store. We will be open Wednesday and Thursday. See you there.
There will be a French Club meeting in the Cafeteria on Wednesday, September 24 during homeroom! Everyone is welcome!
Homecoming is just around the corner! The homecoming dance will be held on Saturday, October 11th from 7:00pm- 10:00pm in the KHS cafeteria and gym. Homecoming Dance tickets will be on sale for $15.00 Tuesday, September 30th through Friday, October 10th. Tickets will not be sold at the door! Stay tuned for more details!
Please help Interact collect school supply donations for Womensafe. We will be collect all items through Friday 9/26.
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.
It’s Speech and Debate Time! Our first official meeting will take place on Friday, September 26 at 2:30 in Ms, Burton’s room at Kenston Middle School. Anyone who has any interest in public speaking, acting, arguing politics, or just being part of a super fun academic team is encouraged to join us. Come see what speech is all about!
LEAF will hold 2 free sessions for high school seniors and their parents regarding the College Admissions Application process on September 24, 2014 at 6:30 PM and October 1, 2014 at 6:30 PM at the LEAF Resource Center, 8221 Auburn Road in Concord. College Admissions Representatives from various types of schools will address all of your questions regarding the college admissions process, including procedures as well as common mistakes students make on college admissions applications.
Representatives from Case Western Reserve University, John Carroll University, University of Akron, Cleveland State University, Lake Erie College, and Lakeland Community College will serve on the panel. The panel will differ on each date.
Please register online at www.leaf-ohio.org or call LEAF at 440-358-8045, to reserve a seat.
Students – are you interested in a part-time job? Check the job board across from Guidance for new postings. Also, there’s several opportunities for volunteer service posted on the Guidance window. Currently, the Geauga Department on Aging is asking for volunteers to help senior citizens in the area during fall clean-up days. Gain community service hours while helping seniors who can no longer take care of their yards remain independent and live in a safe, clean environment. Call 440-279-2129 or 2130. Check Guidance for more details.
Several colleges are visiting this week: Tuesday, Sept. 23, the University of Cincinnati is coming at 8:30 and Syracuse University at 9:30. Wednesday, Sept. 24, Miami University of Ohio visits at 11:30 and Otterbein University is here at 1 p.m. Thursday, Elon University from Elon, N.C. is coming at 10:15. Friday, Lake Erie College is here at 10 a.m. and Denison University from Granville visits at 11:15. Don’t forget to check the Guidance bulletin daily for updates. Sign up in Guidance to attend all presentations and get a pass.
Attention Sophomores and Juniors: United Way of Geauga County is looking for students willing to participate in a wonderful opportunity to give back financially to your community. If you are interested in helping improve your community and being part of a great cause-see Mrs. Detwiler in the guidance office for an application and further details.
***If you’ve lost something in the building (jewelry, eye glasses, hats, jackets, lunch bags – CASH), please come to inquire in the Main Office.