Jamison Clark, a sixth grader at Kenton Elementary School, saw a problem and decided to come up with a solution. Students were confused on whether they qualified to go to the gym after lunch, so he developed a website that … Read the rest
Mrs. Mikesell’s class is learning about energy and conservation in science. Students completed projects at home with their families out of recycled materials and presented them in class.
At the beginning of our study, we ask questions that we would like to find out the answers to. We started a ball study, and some of the questions we wanted to investigate were: Do all balls roll? Do all … Read the rest
The students in Ms. Jesionowski’s second grade class at Kenton Elementary School was measuring items using centimeter cubes to find out how long things werein centimeters.
We had a great day celebrating being 100 days smarter!
For hundreds day each teacher did a different activity with students and we rotated every 20 minutes. We synergized and built a tower with 100 cups, we made a … Read the rest
Students in Miss Jesionowski’s second grade class at Kenton Elementary School are playing a math game called Target to 50. Students are using base-ten blocks to add and substract numbers in a fun way.
Mrs. Mikesell’s class has been learning the rules for making nouns plural. Last week they reviewed and practiced those rules by playing a game of scoot. Students went around the room to different cards with singular nouns and wrote the … Read the rest
Alex and Mason helped Mrs. Grossman take apart the pencil sharpener and put it back together. It began working again!!!!
KENTON CITY SCHOOLS
PRESCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN
When is the Registration/Screening Process?
Monday, April 11th through Thursday, April 14th
In order to more efficiently operate the Preschool and Kindergarten Registration/Screening process, the Kenton City Schools has decided to cancel … Read the rest
Kenton Elementary School participated in The Great Kindness Challenge on January 24-28th. KES believes that kindness is timeless. Pictured is George Lightner and Addisyn Hites on “Dress Like a Grandparent or Elder Day.”