On Friday, November 10th, Kenton Elementary School students observed Veteran’s Day with guest speaker, Jarod Hewett.
Below are pictures from his presentation:
Thank you for your service, Mr. Hewett!
1st Grade: Monday, December 4th
6th Grade: Thursday, December 7th
You are invited to spend the evening enjoying the talents and company of your first grader on Monday, December 4th or your sixth grader on Thursday, December 7th from 6:00 – 6:30 PM, just prior to the music program.
Please join us for:
We hope you can attend!
It’s that time of year again! The 6th Grade Band and Choir Concert is quickly approaching, and we are very excited to feature all of the hard work and progress your students have made so far this year! Below, are details regarding both Band and Choir aspects of the concert. If you have any additional questions or would liked any further information, feel free to contact us anytime. Thank you for your support, and we look forward to seeing you soon!
Mr. R. Jordan Gibson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mr. Travis Wissman (email@example.com)
Mr. Tim Davis (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mrs. Ellen Sheldon (email@example.com)
Date: Thursday, December 7th
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: KES Gymnasium
A dressy “holiday-themed” outfit. Boys should have a collared shirt. Girls are welcome to wear a dress. If wearing a skirt, please make sure it goes below the knee. No jeans or tennis shoes, please! Santa hats and reindeer antlers are encouraged!
REPORT TIME: 6:30 PM!!
Students need to report to their HOMEROOMS at 6:30 PM. Band students need to take their instruments (with case and all music) with them to their homerooms. Choir students need to leave their coats and belongings with their families.
6th Grade Choir performs first, followed by 6th Grade Band.
Choir students will not return to their homerooms; they will be dismissed to their families after the band portion of the concert. Please be respectful to stay for the band portion of the concert. Band students will be dismissed to their homerooms to gather their belongings and get their instruments to take home with them. Families will have their student meet them in the gym after they gather their things.
Winter is now upon us and the weather has taken a turn. Therefore, it is essential that your children wear winter coats, hats, and gloves. Snow boots are also necessary once snow arrives.
We will be going outside for recess as long as the temperature/wind chill is 20 degrees or higher.
Our students enjoy the fresh air and need to expend energy. Students are not allowed to stay inside unless they have a note from the doctor or their teacher requests they stay in to finish or make-up work.
2 HOUR DELAY
In the event that KCS would be on a two hour delay, school would begin at 10:00 AM. No breakfast is served on days with two hour delays.
3 HOUR DELAY
In the event that KCS would be on a three hour delay, school would begin at 11:00 AM and end at 3:45 PM. No breakfast is served on days with three hour delays.
DELAYS and CLOSINGS
Any delay and closings will be announced on WKTN 95.3 FM, WLIO Lima, and Columbus 4, 6, and 10.
Online delay information may be obtained at www.kentoncityschools.org and will be sent through the “Blackboard Connect” phone system to all those who are registered.