Eagle Scout graduates

Eagle Scouts Hunter Gibbons, Ethan Krause and David Cooper graduated in Kenston’s Class of 2019. In addition to academic success at Kenston, they have received the highest rank of achievement attainable as a scout by demonstrating leadership, service and citizenship.

Graduate receives Girl Scout Gold

2019 Kenston graduate Jessica Sunderhaft earned her Girl Scout Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards. Jessica used her interest and passion for art to make a difference at Camp Ho Mita Koda, which is a camp for children with diabetes. She designed and created a large banner highlighting images of the camps’ 90-year history and decorated benches around the camp. The Girl Scout Gold Award is the most prestigious award available for Girl Scouts.

Timmons students win poster contest

Students in Michelle Spicuzza’s third-grade class were the National Winners in the Ohio Data Visualization Poster Competition sponsored by the American Statistical Association (ASA). Their poster titled “What is the Value of Your Name” used the value of Scrabble tiles to chart, graph and plot quantity of their first and last names. ASA has supported excellence in the development, application and dissemination of statistical science.

Celebrating a Legacy

The Kenston Alumni Association recognizes the history and tradition that are part of the schools. As part of Kenston’s commencement activities, Legacies, students whose parents are also Kenston graduates, as well as their parents, wore a pin to denote their distinction and celebrate their Kenston roots.

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