5/10 2019 JANUS
Good Morning Kenston High School. This is Colin Mast and I am here to update you on the NHS Book Drive. We have collected 749 books in the past two weeks. Sadly, due to the extended closure of the school, the book drive will be ending today! The counts will be finalized and announced when we return to school. The standings today are, in first place Mrs. Wahl with 98 books donated, a three-way tie for second between Mrs. Gruver, Mrs. Sheneman, and Ms. Joyce with 65 books and in third Mrs. Brust with 61 books. Thank you all for participating and for making a difference in our community.
Juniors Nathan Gaskins and Gillian Oakes are working on a new service project with The National Honors Society. The National Honors Society is a nationwide organization for high school students.The main focuses of the organization are scholarship, leadership, service, and character. The service project Nathan and Gillian are working on is focused on giving back… Continue Reading
The 2019 edition of Kenston’s literary and art magazine, JANUS, was submitted to the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) at the end of last year for judging. The REALM (Recognizing Excellence in Art and Literary Magazines) program gathers literary magazines from various high schools in the state of Ohio, and a panel of… Continue Reading
Russian club gives students a chance to dig deeper into the Russian culture. They can experience life in Russia by eating Russian foods and living out their lifestyles. Joining the Russian club can also look good on your résumé for colleges. Especially if you’re going to college for a teaching degree. In general, it gives… Continue Reading
What would you say is the most interesting part of science olympiad? The most interesting part of SO is seeing students get excited about topics that are either not traditionally taught in science classes, or touched on in limited capacity. In what ways does participating in Science Olympiad help a student? Participating in SO helps… Continue Reading