Monthly Archives: April 2015

Lunch Menu: Week of May 4th – May 8th

School Lunch

Monday

Domino’s Smart Slice Pizza

Fresh Tossed Salad

Mixed Fruit

Choice of Milk

Tuesday

Walking Taco

Lettuce and Cheese

Tostito Rounds

Buttered Corn

Mixed Fruit

Choice of Milk

Wednesday

Tenderloin on a Bun

Mashed Potatoes

Mixed Fruit

Choice of Milk

Thursday

Grilled Chicken Bites

Green Beans

Mixed Fruit

Treat

Choice of Milk

Friday

French Toast Stix

Sausage Patty or Links

Tater Tots

100% Fruit Juice

Choice of Milk

Spring 2015 PTO Meetings/Events

days-of-week

May 4 – May 8
Teacher Appreciation Week

May 8
“Strides for Pride” Permission Slip Due

May 15
PTO Meeting at 3:45 PM in the Media Center/2015-2016 Board Officer Elections

May 22
“Strides for Pride” Donations Due

May 27
“Strides for Pride” Walk/Jog-a-Thon Spring Fundraiser

May 29
“Strides for Pride” Raffle Drawing

June 4 – June 5
COSI on Wheels “Exploring Ecology”

Do You Have Some Time to Spare?

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If you would like to be a PTO volunteer, be sure that the PTO has your email address so you can receive the SignUpGenius invitation emails and sign-up to volunteer at upcoming events, including the “Strides for Pride” Walk/Jog-a-Thon.

Please provide your email address to:
Christine Cross, PTO Secretary
cqcesq@gmail.com

Box Tops for Education

Box Tops

March 2015 Box Top Class Winners:

Preschool/Kindergarten:  Heckathorn (K) 346
1st Grade:  Paul 362
2nd Grade:  Sturgeon 183
3rd Grade:  Sprang 96
4th Grade:  Boone 80
5th Grade:  Jacoby 135
6th Grade:  Molk 1001

Congratulations to Mrs. Molk’s 6th grade class for collecting the most box tops in March.  At the end of the school year, there will be a cookies and punch party for the class in each grade who has collected the most box tops this year!

2nd Grade and CC Students Travel to COSI!

Second grade and cross categorical students had the opportunity to travel to Columbus, Ohio visit COSI.

Students had the opportunity to participate in many different hands-on exhibits that showcased the following areas of focus:  energy and environment, technology and innovation, health and medicine, and early childhood education.

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School Attendance and Transportation Note Reminders…

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School Attendance

Make sure to call in all student attendance by 10:00 AM daily on the attendance line.
Office Telephone:  419-673-7246

Reminder on Transportation Notes to Teachers

Due to the large number of students at Kenton Elementary School it is important to include the following information on notes sent to the teachers regarding transportation changes:

  • Student’s full name
  • Teacher’s name
  • Name and address of the place where the student is going to (only if it is NOT their home address)

By providing this information, it will help to eliminate confusion for staff and students at the end of the day.

Thank you for your help!

Share Fair at KES

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The Gifted Program at Kenton Elementary School is hosting its 2nd Annual “Share Fair” on May 19th for grades 3 and 6 and May 20th for grades 4 and 5.

Each night the “Share Fair” will begin at 7 PM and will be held in the respective grade level’s pod at Kenton Elementary School.

The “Share Fair” is an end of the year event where students in the Gifted Program present their favorite project from the year.

We encourage families, teachers, and friends to attend as we celebrate each student’s hard work and success.

The Turtle Lady Comes to KES!

Earlier this month, Kenton Elementary School students in grades preschool through second grade had the opportunity to hear the Turtle Lady give her presentation on turtles and other reptiles.

During the hour long presentation with each class, the Turtle Lady shared over 30+ creatures with the students – 25 turtles (small, medium, and large), 4 bearded dragons, 2 snakes, and several “surprise” amphibians.

The Turtle Lady shared many different facts about the turtles and other reptiles that she brought, such as:  where they live, what they like to eat, how long they live, etc….

A major highlight for students was at the end of the presentation, where the students were able to rotate to different stations and they were able to see the turtles and other reptiles up close, as well as, touch them.

Thank you Turtle Lady for coming to our school and sharing your special message!  The students truly enjoyed your visit!

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