With the recent media coverage regarding MRSA and CA-MRSA, the Ohio Department of Health has printed the following information for community education. If you have any questions about you or your children or other families concerning MRSA, please contact your physician.
Cabin Fever 2007 will be on Sunday, November 4 at Kenton Middle School. The show starts at 2:30 p.m. $5 general admission and $3 for students. Children under 4 are free.
BOE Meeting for October 16, 2007 Audio is now available.
Kenton High School’s annual open house is scheduled for Wednesday, October 10, 2007 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. following the academic awards program. Information and assistance with the new Online Grades program will be available in room 221. Online Grades allows students and their parents to view posted grades from the Kenton City Schools Web site. For more information, parents and their students are encouraged to visit room 221.
Kenton Wildcats face the Defiance Bulldogs on Friday, October 5, 2007 at Robinson Field. The homecoming bonfire will be Thursday at dusk. Friday’s parade will start downtown at 6:00 p.m. and proceed to Robinson Field. The homecoming queen will be crowned prior to kick off.
- Seniors: Caitlin Deardorff, Maggie Long, Megan Vanbuskirk
- Junior: Kiley Rawlins
- Sophomore: Grace Clarke
- Freshman: Taylor Hershberger
Spirit days for homecoming week:
- Monday – pajama day
- Tuesday – opposite day
- Wednesday – favorite sports team day
- Thursday – crazy day
- Friday – red and white day
The delays and cancellations page is now tied into the free service called Twitter. Once you have signed up with this service, you can follow Kenton City Schools through their Twitter webpage, through AOL Instant Messenger or Google Talk, or by receiving text messages to your cell phone (be sure to check with your cellÂ phone plan in regards to text messaging. While the service with Twitter is free, your cell phone company may charge for each message you receive). This
For more help on getting started, check out the available help page.
Kenton City Schools is currently rolling out online access to students grades. Not all students’ grades are being posted at this time. To check, have your student log in to his/her MyCatPage and under Pages to which you have access: if there is a Check My Grades button, then that student has grades available.
To setup your account as a parent, please visit the help page available here.
You can go directly to the webcast here: