CAFÉ MENU: Menu– Philly Cheese Chicken or Steak Sandwich, Bosco Sticks with Marinara Dipping Cups, Chicken Tenders,
SIDES: Curly Fries, Peas & Carrots, Broccoli Salad, Garden Salad Bar, Choice of Fruit
TODAY: It’s time for AP Test Reviews. There will be an American Government AP Review this week after school on Thursday April 5th in Mrs. Smith’s room A-210.
TODAY: The Unicycle will begin after school on Thursday, April 5th and the Bocce Clubs starts on Friday, April 6th. Stop by Mr. Segulin’s Room, B-123 if you have questions
SUBMIT TODAY! PHOTOS FOR GRADUATION VIDEO:
Attention Seniors: During graduation, a video will be shown showcasing your 12 years at Kenston. If you do not submit photos you will not be in the video. (So far, only four seniors have responded.) See the article on our home page for more information. Here is a link: https://www.kenstonhs.org/2018/04/04/attention-seniors-pictures-are-needed/
TODAY: COMMENCEMENT SPEECHES: Any senior who is interested in auditioning to speak at commencement should submit their 3 to 4 minute, typed speech to Mr. Gabram as soon as possible and no later than Friday April, 6th. You may share through Google Drive or please drop off at the main office. They should be prepared to audition their speech on April 13th.
TODAY: The Yearbook Club is asking those students who were nominated for the Kenston Cars Yearbook Page to please submit a photo of them standing by their car ASAP. Students that were nominated were given a note on their car in the KHS parking lot in the last couple of weeks. Photos MUST be turned in by Friday, April 6th in order to make the yearbook! Email Mr. Fodor your picture at email@example.com or stop by his room, A-114.
TOMORROW: Wear your Tribe gear to support our Cleveland Indians. Go Tribe!
DEADLINE FRIDAY: It’s not too late! CEC is extending the sale of their T-shirts. Order due date is now Friday, April 6th. Order YOURS today! Stop by room C-143.
MONDAY–COLLEGE FAIR: Students — don’t forget about the Geauga County Kickstart College Fair on Monday, April 9th, at West Geauga High School. Jimmy Malone will speak at 6 p.m. The college fair hosts over 100 colleges and universities from 6:30 to 8 p.m. It’s FREE and open to everyone. Bring your parents and friends. This is a great opportunity to explore various colleges.
Biology Tutors are still needed at the Kenston Academy. If you CAN commit to one day a week, or more, please stop by the library after school or see Mrs. Thompson in room C-143A. Tutor hours count towards community service graduation honor.
THANK YOU to everyone who supported PENNIES FOR PATIENTS! Kenston High School was able to raise almost $1000 this year thanks to your generous donations. First place, BLOCK 1 class was Mr. Intelisano’s Class. Congratulations! 2nd place was Mrs. Zeigler’s Class and 3rd place goes to Mr. C’s Class. The first place class will receive a breakfast!
ATTENTION EAGLE SCOUTS. Attention all senior boys who have achieved Eagle Scout. Congratulations! Please stop in the main office by Friday to confirm this outstanding achievement with Mrs. Taylor
THANK YOU! to everyone who supported the Pulsera Project with the Kenston Spanish Club! Together we were able to raise over $650 for students and small business owners in Nicaragua! Gracias!
STUDENTS! YOUR VOTE COUNTS: If you have registered to vote and will be voting in the Primaries, you will need to pick a candidate to vote for. Stop by Mrs. Smith’s room A-210. She has a list of who’s on the Democratic and Republican ballots. Are you going to be 18 by November 6th this year? If so did you know you can VOTE in the PRIMARIES on MAY 8th? Just pick up a voter registration form from Mrs. Smith A210 and register by April 9th!
AFTERPROM FASHION SHOW Friday, April 20th and 7 p.m., KHS Auditorium
The theme this year is Cinco de Mayo so make sure you gather your groups! The JUNIORS are to wear casual attire and the SENIORS are to wear formal attire. Don’t miss out on participating in this fun event with your classmates. The Fashion Show is put on by PTO as a fundraiser to make Afterprom the best it can be. The money raised is used to provide food, make decorations, and fund entertainment, like a hypnotist as an example! Afterprom is important because it provides a safe, secure place for students to be, since Prom night is one of the most dangerous nights of the year” says Gabrielle Powell, junior. If you are a junior or senior and are interested in being a part of the Fashion Show on, sign-ups are Tuesday 3/20, Wednesday 3/21, and Thursday 3/22 in the cafeteria during lunch. Maximum number of students per group is 20.
PROM: The 2018 Prom will be held from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. May 5, 2018 at Embassy Suites in Independence and is open to all juniors and seniors and their guests. Permission forms are required for all guests who are not Kenston High School students at both the Prom and Afterprom. Afterprom will be held at the high school from 11:00pm – 3:30am (students must arrive by midnight in order to attend Afterprom).
PROM PACKAGE RAFFLE TICKETS FOR SALE: Attention Juniors and Seniors: Prom is May 5th and you could win a complete PROM PACKAGE for only $10! The package includes ONE Ticket to Prom AND Afterprom. For the Ladies, you will also get $200 towards your dress, a certificate for a Hairstyle and Manicure AND a free boutonniere for your date. For the Gentlemen, they will also get A FREE tuxedo rental, haircut certificate and a corsage for their date. What a deal! You can buy your $10 raffle tickets during lunch.
IF YOU SEE SOMETHING-SAY SOMETHING! Report suspicious activity to1-844-SaferOH (1-800-723-3764)
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Attention students looking for VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES!
Holden Arboretum in Kirtland is in need of teen volunteers, age 14 and older to help with their annual plant sale event May 18-20. See Guidance for details.
SENIORS: Thursday, April 12th, 2018 at 6:30 pm, the LEAF “Senior Session” will explain the ins and outs of a student’s college experience, including how to prevent taking the five-year track, what different departments they will be dealing with throughout college, and transitioning from high school to college. The FREE session for high school seniors and their parents will be at the LEAF Resource Center, Room A-2101 in Lakeland Community College at 7700 Clocktower Dr. Kirtland, OH 44094.
All Sessions are free. Reservations are required, capacity is limited. Please register online at leaf-ohio.org or call LEAF at 440-525-7095, to reserve a seat.
Lakeland Community College hosts a SPRING CAMPUS VISIT from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 11 in Room T-129 for juniors, seniors and their parents. Includes, Lakeland overview, Holden University Center and its partner schools, how to pay for college, admissions process, counseling discussion, student question and answer panel and a campus tour. Registration is required and seating is limited. Register online at www.lakelandcc.edu/visit For more information, call Leslie Mohr at 440-525-7422 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Geauga Park District hosts a Nature Writing Contest with prizes of $50, $25 and $15 for teens. Winners will also be honored at the annual Nature Arts Festival on Aug. 5 in Big Creek Park, and published online. Deadline is May 1 via email to email@example.com. Submit one nature-inspired entry per category of prose and/or poetry. Prose must be typed, double-spaced and no more than 800 words. Poetry may be single-spaced. For more information, contact Sandy Ward at 440-279-0803 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Entry forms are available in Guidance.
ONLINE SUMMER SCHOOL
Information is now available in Guidance for SUMMER SCHOOL. Students who plan to take Health and PE through TRECA this summer, registration runs April 18 until 4:00 PM June 8.
K’nextions Learning Academy, registration begins May 1st. Details in Guidance.
VOLUNTEER/ JOB OPPORTUNITIES:
Need a job? Check out our JOB BOARD. Employers post jobs here because they want YOU! Go to the KHS website, type in “job board” in the search box, or stop by the job board across from Guidance.
LAKE GEAUGA USBC SCHOLARSHIP. One $1,000 scholarship will be given based on: must have earned 3 varsity letters, main 3.3 cumulative GPA, letter of rec from one coach and one teacher/administrator, provide financial aid info. Applicants will be judged on sports participation, academic potential and achievement, letters of rec, essay, extra consideration given to a varsity or USBC Youth Bowler but not mandatory. Applications are in Guidance. Must be mailed to be received by April 6, 2018.
Seniors – UH Geauga Medical Center $1,000 scholarship has arrived in guidance for anyone enrolling in a health care career who needs financial assistance. Application deadline is April 11.
New! Geauga County Farm Bureau for current GCFB members or students with a parent who is a current member. Application forms available online at geaugafb.org. Deadline April 20, 2018
Chagrin Valley Times Performing Arts Scholarship – $500 to student who has demonstrated passion for the performing arts. Apply online at https://chagrinarts.org/performing-arts-scholarship/
Deadline is April 25, 2018.
ATTENTION SENIOR MALES.
Scholarships totaling $2,500 are available to male students attending Cleveland State University in fall 2018 as a freshmen. Criteria is 3.0 GPA and a leader in and out of the classroom. Check out qualifications at ClevelandState/SigEp. Apply online at www.csuohio.edu/SigEp by August 15, 2018.
New! ABB Engineering, three $1,000 non-need-based scholarships for students with minimum 3.0 GPA and planning to major in chemical, computer, electrical engineering, computer science or software development/design. Deadline is May 1, 2018
THE BOMBER HANGAR:
*The Bomber Hangar retail store at KMS will be CLOSED throughout March and re-open on April 3, 2018.
Cash/Checks/Credit Cards Accepted
Tuesday: 2-4 pm
Friday: 10:30 am – 1:00 pm
Or, by appointment by calling Shelly McDonough, 440-591-4200.
All shoppers must sign in at the main office during school hours. There are signs throughout the hallways to direct you to The Bomber Hangar, which is located just beyond the Betty Patton Room at the end of the hallway.
LOST & FOUND ITEMS: Please stop by the Main Office if you have lost something or if you have found something that someone has lost. Our drawers already have things from this year– jewelry, planner, sweatshirts and more. If you lost something that hasn’t been found yet, fill out a form so we can notify you when it’s found!