Here is the random student drug testing policy that Kenton City Schools is considering for adoption at the April 16. 2018 Board of Education meeting:
Mr David Flood brought his positive and motivating message to KHS students this morning. All students, parents and community members are encouraged to come hear him at KMS tonight (March 28th) from 6:30-7:30. See you then!
KCS Presents Mr David Flood, Wednesday evening from 6:30-7:30 in the Kenton Middle School Auditorium. This event is free to our students, parents, and community members. David uses simple examples that everyone can relate to in order to show how to improve your life and how to have a profound impact on those around you. Click on the link below for additional information. Hope to see you this Wednesday evening at KMS.
Kenton City Schools will be closed Wednesday, March 21, 2018 due to the weather.
Attention parents of new and returning students:
Registration for students in grades 1-12 will open up on June 20th. The following links are for PreK and Kindergartent students only.
Thank you and welcome to Kenton City Schools!
PreK and Kindergarten students registering for the 2018-2019 school year:
Use the following links.
The Kenton Middle School March Newsletter 2018 is online for your reading pleasure. Enjoy!
Thank you to all of the businesses and county schools for participating. There were many positive comments about our young men and women.
This February, Student Council led Kenton High School to raise funds through our annual penny stall which supported a Kenton Elementary student battling cancer. The KHS staff and students participated in the annual spirit week and winter pep rally. There were many brave teachers that even played in the basketball game at the pep rally. KHS Student Council would like say a huge thanks to everyone who participated in the event this year! Because of the great support of administration, staff, students, and community members alike we were able to make a big difference! We would also like to thank the workers and volunteers with Liberty National Bank of Kenton for helping to count all the change. Finally, we would like to give a shoutout to Mrs.Eley’s’ 2nd period class for collecting $215.00 and again Mrs. Eley’s 5th period class for raising a total of $110.00. As a school, we collected over $1,900.00!! Great job KHS students!
In an effort to take a proactive approach to ensure the safety of students and staff, the Kenton City Schools recently met with local law enforcement agencies to discuss additional safety measures that could be put in place for the remainder of this school year and in future years.
We believe it is important for local police to be present in our buildings on a regular basis to build relationships and to promote a safe learning environment for students and staff. While there is no current threat, it is critical that we engage local law enforcement officials in our daily operations in order to be prepared for any situation that involves the safety of our students and staff.
Discussions are currently taking place so that we might have school resource officers in our district on a daily basis. Until that time, please expect police officers to be in our buildings on a regular basis as we work to ensure a safe learning environment for all members of our school community.
Please know we take school safety matters very seriously and we will continue to work with local officials to provide the safest schools possible.