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Let’s build a school.

Learn more about what this levy means for the students of Kenton City Schools.

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To the voters, THANK YOU for your support and desire to help improve the schools for students of Kenton City Schools! Our committee thanks you for taking the time to become informed and educated about the benefits of building a new middle/high school! We are grateful that you are willing...

Bet On Ourselves

The following letter was originally published in the Kenton Times. To the Editor, Suspect most citizens of our city have general disdain for all taxes. As my girls are grown with their children in other school districts a case could be made that we’ve no “dog in the fight”. The...

Now Is the Time to Vote YES!

The following letter was published in the Kenton Times. Voters of the Kenton City School District- Tuesday, November 2nd, we have the opportunity to provide the students of Kenton a first-rate middle and high school building. I graduated from the present middle school (then Kenton High School), graduated from BGSU,...

Project at a glance

The time is now

The Ohio Facilities Construction Commission has pledged $30 Million to this project and has given the Kenton community a limited amount of time to raise the local share of the funds.

New, Modern Academic Facility

Career Technical Education, Air Conditioning, Modern Academic Spaces, and more.

New Performing Arts Center

The cost of rehabilitating the existing auditorium and support space is $9.8 Million. The cost of a new space is $5.5 Million and includes the proper storage, production spaces, and technology.

Community Space

The existing Kenton High School front hall building (known as “A” building) will be renovated to house the district’s administrative offices. The current cafeteria will be converted into a community room available for meetings or other events.

Maintaining Athletic Space

The iconic athletic facilities at Robinson Field, Merold Field, the Kenton High School Gymnasium, Baseball Diamond, Softball Diamond, and Tennis Courts will remain in their current locations. The current KHS Gym will also remain intact as an auxiliary athletic facility, complementing a new Gymnasium to be constructed in the new facility.

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