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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Music Department Hosting Harvest Fest

The Kenton City Schools Music Department is hosting “Harvest Fest.” The exhibition-style show gives show choir groups the opportunity to perform in front of local audiences in advance of the competition season. The traditional first performance of the show choirs at the Hardin County Fair was canceled due to inclement weather. This event serves as a make-up […]

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‘KSA’ Honors Seniors, Former Teammate

The Kenton Soccer team, commonly referred to the Kenton Soccer Association or simply “KSA,” honored its seniors last night at a league matchup against Wapak. This year, the festivities took on a different tone as the players, coaches, and fans remembered Layton Rogers, a member of the class of 2019, who passed away late in his sophomore year. […]

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Red Ribbon Week Slated at KMS

Red Ribbon Week is used as a way of taking a stand for our hopes and dreams through making a commitment of saying “NO” to drugs and alcohol. Kenton Middle School will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week October 22-26 with a different drug free theme each day, an essay contest, and a door decorating contest. […]

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Heintz Named Homecoming Queen

  At Friday’s homecoming pregame festivities, Kenton High School Senior Elizabeth Heintz was elected the 2018 Homecoming Queen by her classmates.   Retired Kenton City Schools teacher Darlene Heckathorn was recognized as the parade’s Grand Marshall. Also joining the festivities were Natascha Collins, 2009 Homecoming Queen and the “Great Class of ’78′” which celebrated their 40 […]

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Pregame Festivities Held

The Wildcat Marching Band and Cheerleaders performed at Kenton Elementary School for all students in pod-based pep assemblies.   Kenton High School also held a door decorating contest on Friday. Classrooms competed for the title of most spirited, and a class reward. The doors were judged on creativity, design, class participation, and focus of theme. […]

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