CAFÉ MENU: Chicken Broccoli Alfredo HOT VEGGIE: Steamed Green Beans
SIDES: Garden Salad and Cherry Tomatoes
WEEKLY SANDWICH/ SALAD: Cobb Salad, Turkey and Cheese Wrap
TODAY: SPIRIT BUS: Attention all football fans! There is a student spirit bus lined up to travel to Amherst for our week 1 football game at Steele. Permission slips to ride the bus will be available Tuesday and Wednesday during lunches and must be submitted to Mr. Pierce by Thursday. Please bring $6 for your game ticket at the game and $5 if you are interested in pizza and pop in the cafeteria before departure, which will be at 5:00 sharp to account for traffic.
Attention all students in grades 9-12 interested in BOWLING this season: There will be an open bowl at Freeway Lanes in Solon on Saturday, September 5th from 9:00-11:00 AM. Cost is $1.50 per game.\
Attention senior girls. The Distinguished Young Women National Scholarship application is available and deadline is Oct. 2, 2015. More details are available in Guidance. Visit www.distinguishedyw.org for application and information.
Do you still need volunteer hours? Do you like working with elementary and middle school students? Big Brother Big Sisters of Northeast Ohio are looking for you! Big Brothers Big Sisters will be in the cafeteria on Tuesday, September 1st for any students looking for volunteer hours and like working with the elementary or middle school students at Kenston.
Hate sitting in homeroom and wasting your time? Why not help save the world by recycling? Come by Mrs. Moone’s room to sign up, B130. Stop by today!
Do you like D&D? Magic the Gathering? What about Settlers of Catan? If so, come on down to Board Game Club! Tuesdays, after school in C139
Do you like Netflix? Do you find yourself playing games more than you should? Are you ready for the best club at Kenston? Then come down to Kenston Gaming, Anime, Pop Culture Club this Friday in Mr. Mason’s Room, C136. Hope to see you there!
Business Club application deadline has been extended to Friday August 28. Any interested students can pick up an application in Room C223. Please hand in completed applications to Mr. Kepreos in Room C223
FRIDAY: NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: NHS selection packets are due Friday, Aug. 28 at the Guidance Office. All current juniors and seniors with a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher qualify for the selection packet. See Guidance if you did not receive one
Kenston Computer Coding Club: Attention members and other students interested! Please get in touch with Mr. Mason regarding the best day of the week to hold our meetings. Unless there is a preference to the contrary, we will be leaning towards Thursday afternoons. Last year’s AP Computer Science students are especially encouraged to attend; our final project is nearly completed! Hope to see everyone soon!
How would you like to be part of an underground sports ring? Well, with Kenston bocce club now you can be. Our season begins Friday, September 11th. Register with KCE A.S.A.P. or see Mr. Segulin in Room B123 if you have any questions.
Do you wanna be part of the most unique club at Kenston? Then add some balance to your life by signing up to be part of the Kenston Unicycle Club. Classes begin Thursday, September 10th. Register with KCE A.S.A.P. or see Mr. Segulin in Room B123.
COLLEGE VISITS HERE @ KENSTON: Attention seniors and juniors. Admission representatives from various colleges, both public and private, in and out of state, visit our school during the day to meet with interested students. Please check the college visit appointments on the Guidance bulletin board and our website for updates daily.
* Our first visit is planned for Friday, Sept. 11 at 8:00 AM with a rep from Ohio University in Athens. Sign up in Guidance and you will receive a pass to get out of class for the visit.
* The second visit planned is Thursday, Sept. 17 with the University of Mount Union at 9:00 AM.
Please choose the ones you are really interested in learning more about so you don’t miss much classroom time.
SPRING BREAK: Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors who have taken or will take French 3 this year, there are a few places left on the Martinique trip over spring break. If you are interested in going, please see Mrs. Wahl in room C-217 ASAP.
SPRING BREAK IN RUSSIA!: If you are interested in finding out about a possible trip to Russia over Spring Break, please let Mr. Krejsa know. You can stop by room C220 or send him an e-mail.
WEIGHT ROOM: Morning Open weight Room will start Monday August 31st from 6am until 7am. It will be open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Have a good day.
Attention sophomores and juniors! Did you know that the PSAT is a brand new/revised exam for this October? Did you also know that the SAT will look completely different starting in the spring? This is why you should take the new PSAT/SAT course offered by Kenston Community Education and taught by Mr. Koltas and Mr. Marchesi. The course is the best and most affordable approach to preparing for both exams, while offering a detailed approach for success. Class begins September 8th in the KHS library with two sections being offered. Registration is available in guidance, A119, and online through KCE. Don’t delay! Sign-up today before space runs out!
Interact will meet on Wednesdays in A117 during Homeroom. Please be sure to stop by and get application and transportation waivers.
Looking for Volunteer Hours? The Musical Arts Association of Kenston (MAAK) is looking for volunteers to help in the concession stands during all fall sports. If you are interested, contact Mrs. Zadesky at email@example.com
Need a JOB? Kenston Community Ed needs SOCCER officials for the upcoming fall season. This is a paid job. For more information, call KCE at440-543-2552. You can also check out the link in Useful Items, and in What’s New on KHS website. http://www.kenston.k12.oh.us/khs/resources/jobs/jobs.php Flyers are posted on the web so you can review any time! Employers post openings because they want YOU! There are many new job opportunities available for the summer and part-time during the school year.
Athletics is looking for students to help at freshmen volleyball games, freshmen football games, and JV football games. Students able to commit to helping for the full season will receive 10 community service hours as well as a FREE activity pass for the 2015-2016 school year. All interested students should see Mr. Pierce in Athletics or during lunches for details.