A new survey is now active on our district main web page and we want to know your thoughts. The results are used to make positive changes in our high school. The survey will only be “live” for the next 10 days, so please fill it out as soon as possible.
The Kenton boys basketball team won their season opener on Saturday by defeating Waynesfield-Goshen 82-41. The boys team will be back in action on Friday when they travel to Tiffin Columbian High School for a freshman, JV, varsity contest, The freshman game will start at 4:30, with the JV game starting at 6 followed by the varsity game. Reminder that the game scheduled at Coldwater, originally scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 10th has been rescheduled to January 3rd.
The girls basketball team extended their win streak to 3 games on Monday night when the girls beat Bellefontaine 55-31. The girls look to continue their success on Thursday when they host WBL rival Celina at Kenton High School. The JV game begins at 6, followed by the varsity game. The girls team will continue their stretch of home games when they host Van Buren on Saturday, Dec. 10 with the JV game starting at 10am.
The boys and girls bowling teams opened their 2016-2017 season on Monday when they traveled to Van Wert. The girls team opened the season victorious by beating Van Wert 2043 to 1966. The boys team fell a little short to Van Wert, losing 2497 to 2879.
Kenton High School Student Council conducted their annual food drive competition November 14th-18th. Each school within the district provided many shopping carts of food that were donated to the Neighborhood Opportunity Center and Full Gospel Church’s food pantry. Kenton High School collected 4,191 items, beating our record of 4,000 from last year. The winning class was Mr. Stuck’s 2nd period! 1422 items were collected in this one class period! Congratulations to them for such a great effort! The students also collected over $250 dollars to be divided among the organizations as well.Kenton Elementary School collected over 1,800 items to also donate to these organizations. KHS student council would like to thank all of the teachers,students,and community members who helped make this year’s drive a huge success.
COOK’S CHOICE FOR DECEMBER 14th
Shredded Chicken Sandwich
Choice of Milk
Corndog on a Stick
Choice of Milk
Dominos Cheese Pizza
Baby Carrots w/ Dip
Choice of Milk
Memorial Park Golf Course is currently offering junior golf memberships for $120 if paid by December 31, 2016. After December 31st, the price changes to $350. KCS students interested in golfing are encouraged to take advantage of this special pricing. Students of all ages are eligible for the promotional price and Kenton High School golfers are asked to purchase the memberships to participate on the KHS golf team.
Please feel free to contact the golf course with additional questions regarding memberships at 567-674-7308.
The Kenton Swim team opened the 2016-2017 season with a victory over WBL foe Elida. The girls team defeated Elida 84-75 and the boys teams won 83-79. The Kenton Swimmers are back in action this Saturday (Dec. 3) when they travel to Jay County High School (Indiana) for the Celina Sprint Invitational which begins at 11am.
The Lady Wildcat basketball team is now 2-0 after defeating Benjamin Logan Tuesday night at Kenton High School. The varsity girls won 75-58 and the JV girls won by a score of 32-12. Prior to beating Benjamin Logan, the Lady Wildcats traveled to Lima Central Catholic (Nov. 26) and beat the Thunderbirds 54-35. The girls basketball team is back in action on Monday, Dec. 5 when Bellefontaine comes to Kenton High School. The JV game will begin at 6pm, followed by the varsity contest.
The Boys Basketball team will open the 2016-2017 season on Saturday, Dec. 3 when Waynesfield-Goshen comes to KHS. The JV game will begin at 6, followed by the varsity game.
ACT Prep sessions will be held from 3:00-4:00 in the library on the following dates: November 29th to December 1st and December 5th through the 8th. Please attend any or all of these sessions to help improve your ACT scores! These sessions are led by Mr. Buroker and Ms. Baum.
Best-selling author and award-winning global speaker, Kevin Hines is speaking for free at Kenton Middle School Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. Don’t miss his compelling story that has touched and saved thousands of lives. His message is about suicide prevention and awareness. Hines is a part of the 1% of all people that have jumped off of the Golden Gate Bridge and survived. Kevin is very open about the challenges he faces with his mental illness. He will be discussing warning signs, and steps both parents and student can take if they see them. Following the presentation, there will be a panel discussion consisting of Kenton Police Chief Dennis Musser, a representative from the We Care Center, and representatives from other County Mental Health entities. The focus of the discussion will highlight what resources are available locally. The event is slated for Wednesday, November 30th at 6:30 in the Kenton Middle School Auditorium. There is no charge and it is open to the public. Parents of students ages 7th-12th grade are encouraged to attend with their students. You can learn more about Kevin here: