The Kenton Middle School Choral Music Department will present its annual Winter Choral Concert, Thursday, December 11, 2008. The program will begin at 7:00 p.m. in the KMS auditorium. The 6th, 7th, 8th grade choirs and the KMS Dimensions will perform under the direction of Mrs. Julie Strous.
Paul Heilman Benefit Dinner
Sponsored by Hardin County Granges
Kenton High School Cafeteria
December 13, 2008
4:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
(prior to Kenton vs. USV boys basketball game)
- beef and noodles or chili soup
- coleslaw or applesauce
- cookies and drink
Free Will Donation.
All proceeds to benefit Paul’s medical bills in his fight with cancer.
The chicks are starting to hatch in Mrs. Althauser’s room at Hardin Central Elementary. You can check them out here.
The updated KCS photo gallery is now online and can be accessed on the left sidebar of the KCS website or by clicking here. For more information or to have your classroom photos published, please contact Mr. Collins or Mr. Funkhouser.
The October issue of the Kenton Middle School “Paw Print” is now available online. Higher-quality paper editions are available for only 75 cents in the KMS office.
The Paw Print is Kenton Middle School’s own student-produced newspaper and includes articles about news, arts and life, and sporting events. For advertising opportunities or more information, contact Mr. Malany at Kenton Middle School.
Kenton Middle School will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week October 27th through October 31st. This year’s theme is, “What Do YOU Know?”
Many adults and children spend time online these days. The Internet is a great place to socialize, keep up with current events, study and play. Unfortunately, the Internet is also a place for bullies, predators, spyware and viruses. SocialSafety.org offers information to help keep you safe while you are online. You can check them out online at http://www.socialsafety.org. They also offer an informational packet for parents and teens which you can download here http://www.socialsafety.org/pdf/safety_packet_web.pdf.
Kenton High School progress reports where mailed on Friday, October 3, 2008. Progress reports have not been delivered yet due to a delay involving the U.S. Postal Service.
Teachers at Kenton High School are using Progress Book this year for grades and recording keeping. Progress Book is replacing the Online Grades software that KHS used last year to share grades with parents and students. KHS students will be receiving their user names and passwords for Progress Book via school email soon. Parent access information will be included in the first term interim report mailing.
A link to Progress Book has been added to the “Tools” menu at www.kentoncityschools.org for the convenience of students and their parents. Students also have access to the link in the MyCatPage portal.
Any questions regarding Progress Book at Kenton High School should be directed to ProgressBook@kentoncityschools.org.
The Kenton Hardin Health Department has the Gardasil vaccine, which is a 3 shot series for the prevention of Human Papilloma Virus, a known virus that causes cervical cancer. It is available at the health
department for girls ages 11-18 who are on Medicaid, American Indian Eskimo or if they are uninsured.
The Kenton Hardin Health Department also has the meningitis vaccine for $8.00 a shot available for anyone age 11-18 years. This vaccine will last them through their college years. If you have questions about either or both of these vaccines, please call the Kenton Hardin Health Department at 419-673-6230.