11/1/18 at 8am: Our registration and facilities system, Active Network’s MaxGalaxy, is experiencing a global outage. They are working to resolve the issue. Please call the KCE office at 440-543-2552 to register over the phone, or try online later today. We apologize for the inconvenience.
11/1/18 11:00am: The registration system is back up. Thank you for your patience.
Blue Lunch plays live at the Bainbridge Swing Dance. Sponsored by Kenston Community Education at Kenston Timmons Elementary School, 9595 East Washington Street. Dance lesson at 8pm. Dance and live music 9-11:30pm. $10 for youth (9-17 years), $15 for adults (18+ years), $35 per family (not friends), free for 8 years and younger. Admission includes lesson and dance.
It is fun… it is exciting… it is approximately 200 people swing dancing in your backyard the first Friday of every month. It is really “the happening place” in Bainbridge. The best floor… the best bands… the best atmosphere… an absolute “must do.” An hour dance lesson followed by a dance, with live music and refreshments, offered the first Friday of every month. You cannot afford to miss it! Each dance begins with a one hour lesson followed by three hours of dancing. FOR SINGLES OR COUPLES.
Register Online TODAY for Kindergarten – 12th Grade Teams
Do you have a creative child who loves science, writing or theater? The Destination Imagination program is a fun, hands-on system of learning that fosters students’ creativity, courage and curiosity through open-ended academic Challenges in the fields of STEM, fine arts and service learning. DI runs on a team-created schedule. Usually 13-20 meetings (1 per week) beginning in November and ending with a regional tournament in early March. To find out more about International DI, visit destinationimagination.org or Ohio Destination Imagination at ohdi.org.
Practices begin in November!
The Kenston Culinary Arts Club is designed for KMS students who have an interest in baking and working together as a team to support organizations within the Kenston community. The purpose of the Culinary Arts club is to allow students to learn and develop basic cooking skills, experiment with recipes, and enjoy a fun, social environment with peers.
- Willingness to sample all food (unless prohibited by allergies).
- Parents – Please be on time to pick up and sign out your student at 3:45 p.m. Please email the club advisor if your student is unable to attend a session.
- All KMS school rules apply.
Registration: Online through KCE
Grade levels: 6th – 8th grade
Time/Dates: Mondays, starting 10/1 through 11/5 2:30pm to 3:45 pm
Location: KMS Room # 224
Fee: $75 per participant to cover needed supplies and ingredients
Supplies: Included in registration fee. Please bring a hat or ponytail holder to each session.
Number of Participants: Maximum of 12 students per session
Directors: Theresa Somich
Bus Pass Procedure for All KCE After School Activities Starting After Labor Day
KCE is working in conjunction with Kenston Local Schools to implement a new bus pass procedure. Please read the information below so you are familiar with the new procedure.
On Campus Activities
(Classes or programs that are held on the school campus or Gardiner Center)
Your child will need a bus pass for Bus #11.
If you registered at the last minute (with in 5 days of start of class), make sure your request is accompanied with a KCE receipt to ensure your child’s bus pass is issued to their destination.
Off Campus Activities
Your child will need a bus pass for Bus #11 and will ONLY be approved when accompanied with a KCE Receipt. With this single point of contact, we can ensure that the schools and transportation have the necessary information when transporting our students.
The shuttle bus for all activities is Bus #11
From KHS – Take Shuttle Bus #58 from KHS and transfer to Bus #11 at KMS
From KMS – Get on Bus #11 at KMS
From KIS – Get on Bus #11 at KIS
From TES – Get on Bus #11 at TES
3rd graders go right to Multipurpose room
4th and 5th take their normal bus and get off at Timmons and go to Multipurpose room
6th graders meet at KMS flag pole