Best-selling author and award-winning global speaker, Kevin Hines is speaking for free at Kenton Middle School Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. Don’t miss his compelling story that has touched and saved thousands of lives. His message is about suicide prevention and awareness. Hines is a part of the 1% of all people that have jumped off of the Golden Gate Bridge and survived. Kevin is very open about the challenges he faces with his mental illness. He will be discussing warning signs, and steps both parents and student can take if they see them. Following the presentation, there will be a panel discussion consisting of Kenton Police Chief Dennis Musser, a representative from the We Care Center, and representatives from other County Mental Health entities. The focus of the discussion will highlight what resources are available locally. The event is slated for Wednesday, November 30th at 6:30 in the Kenton Middle School Auditorium. There is no charge and it is open to the public. Parents of students ages 7th-12th grade are encouraged to attend with their students. You can learn more about Kevin here:
Allied Health and Nursing students at Ohio Hi Point Kenton NORTHWOOD building demonstrating CPR and AED use for Kenton 8th graders. These students received their CPR certification at the beginning of the year.
Kenton High School students who are members of the Kenton FFA and Kenton HOSA clubs attended the Women LEAD luncheon held at Ohio Northern University. Shallie Logan, Christina Cross, and Deb Purcell attended the luncheon with their students, help their students make a difference in Hardin County.
KHS Student Council Members pose with food items donated through the annual food drive. Photo courtesy of KHS Yearbook/Devry Moore
KHS Students spent last week carrying boxes and cans of food through our doors. Not for their lunch, but for the lunch of someone they may not know. Every year, the Kenton High School Student Council puts on a food drive for two local food pantries in an effort to provide Thanksgiving meals for those less fortunate. While the final numbers are still being reviewed, KHS students alone filled 6 shopping carts and had lined the rest of the hall with bags of canned goods. Debbie Hamilton, who manages the Bread of Life Food Pantry at Kenton FULL Gospel Church said that last year’s donation was able to feed people until March. The members of Student Council would like to thank the student body for donating again this year.
Due to the generosity of Quest Federal Credit Union, KHS is able to provide a free movie showing for parents and community members this evening of the film SCREENAGERS. Doors open tonight at 6pm, the film begins 6:30pm. For more information on the film, click here. SCREENAGERS Trailer:
Bruce McPheron, OSU Vice President and Provost, will be addressing county wide high school Juniors and Seniors in our high school gym this Monday afternoon. Mr. McPheron is a proud graduate of Kenton High School!