The supply lists can be viewed here.
Smith vs. Sprague- 3-6, 4-6 (RV)
Martin vs. Little – 6-1, 4-6, 6-2 (K)
Hayter vs. Nagel- 1-6, 5-7 (RV)
Parshall/Rogers vs. Sprague/Hensley- 7-5, 6-1 (K)
Heilman/Watkins vs. Lewis/Stage- 2-6, 6-2, 6-4 (RV)
With the courts set out in the open behind the new school the wind was again a big factor for many of our players. Our singles one player fought against his opponent’s unrelenting forehand and his own doubts with his back hand; but through both sets the games were tight and Smith and shown his competivitve side when the points came down to deuce in many of the games.
Kenton High School’s Quiz Bowl Team came in third out of nine teams at the WBL match on Saturday, March 4, 2006. Two the team members were selected “First Team All WBL” : David LaVerne and Adam Houser. Kenton was the only team to have 2 members selected for this honor.
RSS, which means Real Simple Syndication, is a way for the user of a website to see at a glance what has been updated on the website. We have several feeds available, and you can look at them here or use the link on the Kenton City main website under Tools -> RSS Feeds.
For a beginning primer on RSS, read What is RSS?.
The 2004-2005 yearbooks are in. They may be picked up in the high school office during normal school hours.
The Kenton Middle School student council held the 16th annual nominating convention on Friday, October 28, 2005. The purpose of this convention is twofold; a learning experience for the students as they see first hand some of the happenings of a political convention.
Students are required to research their respective states and tell the other delegates at the convention something interesting about their state during roll call and voting times.
Candidates running for the office of President/Vice-president of student council must write and deliver speeches to the convention. The number of candidates is then narrowed for the election which will be held at the middle school on November 8, 2005.
This year the candidates for student council President/Vice-president are: Jeanie Ruddle / Emily Lawrence and Mark Fackler / Alex Kissling. Students will also be voting on an issue to shorten the school week to four days by starting school at 7:00 a.m. and going until 4:00 p.m.. Their school week would be Monday – Thursday.
Congratulations to Mallory Bloom! Mallory qualified to run in the State Cross Country Meet at Scioto Downs on Saturday, November 5, 2005 at 11:50 a.m.
Good luck Mallory!
|3rd||19:51||Columbus Grove Invitational|
|1st||20:33||Allen East Invitational|
|12th||20:55||Marion Harding Invitational|
|3rd||20:16||WBL @ St. Marys|
|5th||19:56||District @ OG|
|7th||19:50||Regionals @ Tiffin|
NEW BOOKS IN THE HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA CENTER
In the mood for Halloween yet? If you need some spooky-wookies,
chilly-willies, or weird-o tales come in and see the Halloween book
display with these new titles and more! Treat yourself to a good read
Dark Apprentice by Anderson
Invisible by Hautman
The Dark Half by King
The Dead Zone by King
Pet Sematary by King
Halloween fun: 101 ideas to get in the spirit
Stephen Kingâ€™s The Dark Tower, A concordance-v. 1-2
The Stephen King Universe
Ghosts: A Treasury of Chilling Tales Old and New
Nightmares & Dreamscapes by King
Skeleton Crew by King
Dark Forces: New Stories of Suspense & Supernatural Horror
Mystery Hall of Fame: An Anthology of Classic Mystery & Suspense Stories
100 Hair-raising Little Horror Stories
100 Crooked Little Crime Stories
Murder for Halloween: Tales of Suspense
Dracula by Stoker
Frankenstein by Shelley
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Stevenson
Haunted Ohio series by Woodyard
Ghost Hunterâ€™s Guide to Haunted Ohio by Woodyard
Scary Stories by Schwartz
Ghosts of the Heartland by McSherry