• Dr. Herpy

May 1, 2015


CAFÉ MENU: Burger Bar HOT VEGGIE: Steamed Broccoli
SIDES: Carrots and hummus
WEEKLY SANDWICH/SALAD: Peppi Salad, Ham and Cheese Wrap
TODAY: ANY STUDENT WHO PLANS TO DO COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS NEXT YEAR MUST APPLY TO THE COLLEGE BY THIS FRIDAY, MAY 1.

ALL STUDENTS!: Announcement from PACK—Wear KENSTON GEAR Tuesday, MAY 5th to school and remind your parents and family members about Voting on May 5th:)

DON’T MISS THE PARTY OF THE YEAR! ONLY 1 MORE DAYTO PURCHASE After prom tickets! during lunch blocks, Friday. If you thought the invites were amazing, the party will be even better! Tickets are $20. Make checks payable to “KHS PTO After Prom”. Auburn Career students can purchase from the Main Office anytime.

STUDENTS GOING TO MARTINIQUE, PLEASE TURN IN YOUR PRELIMINARY APPLICATION TO MRS. WAHL ASAP!!!

Attention Freshmen and Sophomores! The fall 2015 PSAT is redesigned and new. Get a sneak preview of what to expect this October. There will be a national FREE PRACTICE PSAT test given on Saturday, May 9, from 9 a.m. to noon at Case Western Reserve University, 10900 Euclid Ave, Cleveland. Scores come back within two weeks. Bring #2 pencils. This is a great opportunity to experience this test with no obligations.
Space is limited so register now at kaptest.com/psatpractice.
The AP Testing assignments are posted on the Guidance window across from the Library. Check the date, time and location of the AP tests to be given May 4-15.

LEAF will be holding a Freshmen Session on Saturday, May 9th at 10:00 a.m at the LEAF Resource Center for high school freshmen and their parents. We will discuss what freshmen can be doing to prepare for their college education, and what other opportunities are out there for underclassmen. Please register for your session online at www.leaf-ohio.org, or call (440) 358-8045 to reserve a seat. Reservations are required, capacity is limited. The sessions are free. Parents are encouraged to attend with their student.

Janus has arrived!! Kenston’s 2015 literary and art magazine is currently available for a cost of……FREE! That is right — FREE! Supplies are limited, so please see Mr. Marchesi in A119 or Mrs. Subel in the library for your copy today — while supplies last!

A college rep from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh will visit KHS on Friday, May 8 during all lunch blocks in the cafeteria. Anyone interested, stop by the table for more information.

Do you want to capture your High School Memories through Pictures??
Kenston Community Education just added a Photography Camp for High School Students to the Schedule! Classes will be held July 14 – 16 in the KMS Computer Lab from 10:00 – 12:00. Come and learn techniques and editing from a professional photographer! Go to the KCE Website or call the office for more information!
Attention Juniors! It’s time to start thinking about Senior Pictures! WhiteSands Photography takes great pictures at great prices! Several packages and In-Studio and your location options are available. Contact Kenston Community Ed for more information: 440-543-2552

GOT SOCKS?! The Girl’s Lacrosse Team is selling Kenston spirit socks that everyone must have and will want! See a Girl’s Lacrosse Player today to get yours!!

GUIDANCE:

*Geauga Department of Job and Family Services sponsors a Summer Youth Employment Program for ages 16 to 24. Work at participating Geauga employers mid-May through August and earn $9.00/hour. Contact 440-285-1122 or www.geaugajfs.org.

*Any seniors planning to work in healthcare – there’s a great opportunity for you to kick start your career.
Golden Living Center in Kirtland offers a FREE 11-day State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA) class with hands-on practice and testing all on site. Once you complete the course and successfully pass the Ohio STNA test, Golden Living has a job for you.
Classes are held monthly. Apply onsite at Golden Living Center, 9685 Chillicothe Road, Kirtland. For more information, call Mim Thurman at 440-256-8100.

*Attention Writers! The Geauga Park District 20th annual NATURE WRITING CONTEST is underway: deadline is Monday, May 11. The contest accepts poetry and prose entries in three age groups: 11 and under, 12-17 and 18 and over. There are cash prizes and Chapbooks for the winners. Applications available online at http://www.geaugaparkdistrict.org/documents/2015/2015-writingcontestAPP.pdf, hard copies in Guidance. See Guidance for more details.