Request for Qualifications for Architectural Services

In accordance with Ohio Revised Code ORC 153.65-73, Kenton City Schools is requesting qualifications from architects for professional design services to assist in the master planning, for new or renovated school facilities. Design services will include planning, programming, architectural design, engineering, bidding documents and construction administration services. The project(s) could be new, renovations or additions […]

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Student Registration links

Attention parents of new and returning students: Please remember that once you have submitted your InfoSnap information, a new student is not officially registered until you are contacted by the building secretary to complete the registration process.  Thank you and welcome to Kenton City Schools! New Student Enrollment for the 2018-2019 School Year Returning Student Registration […]

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Oakes, Defibaugh Host Flag of Inspiration

Kenton Middle School Teachers Mrs. Oakes and Mrs. Defibaugh are the hosts of last weeks Flag of Inspiration. Superintendent Jennifer Penczarski penned a congratulatory note in an email to staff. We have had many inspirations shared by this classroom during the 2018-2019 school year.  The latest one was about how the students discussed the amazing […]

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MSG Clifford Hosts Flag of Inspiration

Kenton High School JROTC teacher Master Sergeant David Clifford was awarded the Flag of Inspiration this week. Superintendent Jennifer Penczarski explained MSG Clifford’s d in a congratulatory email to staff on Friday: The Flag of Inspiration was awarded to Master Sergeant Clifford today for his work with the veterans program at KES, and his continued work with […]

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Hiller Hosts Flag of Inspiration

Kenton High School Family & Consumer Science teacher Mrs. Cheryl Hiller was awarded last week’s Flag of Inspiration. Mrs. Hiller’s students have been featured in several “Wildcat Inspirations” this year. They were summarized by Superintendent Jennifer Penczarski in a congratulatory email to staff: During the first two weeks of school, approximately 100 students in Mrs. Hiller’s […]

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KMS Kicks Off ’33 Days of Change’

In 2012, Mr. Jared Manns formed the Global Service Committee. That committee, in collaboration with Reverend Scott Johnson who leads Hardin County’s “Be Like Brit” Group, purchased an internet antenna and service for an orphanage in Haiti for them to learn on services like ABC Mouse, receive treatment through telemedicine, and be connected to the outside world. […]

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Foulk Hosts Flag of Inspiration

Kenton Police Officer Patrolman Dan Foulk is hosting the Flag of Inspiration this week. Patrolman Foulk, better known as “Officer Dan” around the district, has served as the School Resource Officer since April of 2018. “He has been featured in many Wildcat Inspirations throughout the year,” said Superintendent Jennifer Penczarski. “He goes above and beyond […]

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