The whole month of April is Autism Awareness Month. Due to the pandemic, the Creating Exceptional Character Club (CEC) decided to “virtually gather” wearing blue. The month is dedicated to helping spread awareness, promote acceptance, and ignite change. The Autism Society of America is excited to celebrate this year with a new campaign, celebrating differences. #CelebratingDifferences focuses on providing information and resources for communities to be more aware of autism, promote acceptance, and be more inclusive in everyday life. A large goal of Autism Awareness Month is to help provide information, referrals, events, printable and digital resources, and community partnerships with businesses and organizations dedicated to building inclusive experiences. To learn more about Autism Awareness Month visit The Autism Society of America.
Here are members of Kenston’s CEC club celebrating in blue!
This Thanksgiving the CEC club ate lots of deserts. We had pumpkin pie, cookie cake, cookies, oreo’s, and more. The CEC club had several people come to our Thanksgiving party. We all had so much fun. We played several games such as naming different types of candies and asking each other questions. So far we… Continue Reading
The CEC Club officer votes are in. The President this year will be senior Santina Scafidii. The new co Vice Presidents this year are Caleigh R. and Mackenzie B. There is also Secretary and Treasurer. This year our Secretary is Kelsey K, and our treasurer is Valerie Brown. We have many activity’s this year such… Continue Reading
For those of you who don’t know, CEC club is a club that works to spread acceptance and love towards all of our friends that have special needs at Kenston High School. We plan many fun activities throughout the year including our Halloween party that was this past Monday where we carved pumpkins and sent… Continue Reading
Want to join CEC Club? You’re in luck, it is an easy process with many benefits. CEC is a club that students get together to work with other peers with a disability. We go on field trips, spread acceptance, become friendly faces, do after school activities, and much more. There is a Google Classroom where… Continue Reading
The cookie decorating party was a success – everyone who attended left with cookies, other sweets, and new friends. Here are some pictures from the party: Continue Reading
CEC Club is having a wonderful party tonight. The students will be making sugar cookies and decorating them in Mrs. Ganoe’s room after school for a belated-Valentine’s Day celebration. Cookies, chocolate, and friends – what more could you ask for for Valentine’s day? Hope to see you there! Continue Reading
The homecoming parade was a huge success! C.E.C created a Little Red Riding Hood themed float. With students dressed up as the Wolf, Little Red and Grandma it looked like the float came right out of a storybook. Following the theme everyone threw candy from woven baskets just like in the story. With the baskets… Continue Reading
One of the coolest classes at Kenston, Creating Exceptional Character, was recently given a generous teachers grant worth a lot of money. It plans on spending the money on itself in order to better the class and its students. Creating Exceptional Character’s class has been a great addition to the list of classes here at… Continue Reading