A Letter From Our Co-Chairs

(Originally published in the Kenton Times, October 4, 2021) To the Editor – We would like to begin by thanking the residents of Kenton for your interest in the proposed Middle/High School building that is being presented to voters on November 2nd. We would also like to say a heartfelt...

Public Meeting Sept. 27th

Thank you for being a supporter of Vote Yes KCS! You are invited to attend our next meeting on Monday, Sept. 27th at 5:30pm. The meeting will be held at the Oaklief administration building and is open to the public. Our Executive Committee will update and inform those in attendance...

Modern Learning Space

If you visited our booth at the Hardin County Fair, THANK YOU for stopping by! However, if did not get a chance to visit, one of the big items we had available to show was a conceptual rendering of what a new middle/high school could look like. Many fair-goers were...

What’s going on at Campaign HQ?

Greetings! This is Brian Sprang, Vote Yes KCS campaign co-chair. I wanted to reach out today and discuss what has been going on at campaign HQ over the last few weeks. At this time, we've been meeting about every other week, but as we ramp up to the actual heart...

Kenton City Schools Planning for the Future

Kenton City Schools has announced its intention to move forward with the opportunity to build a new 7-12 facility on the schools’ campus located on Silver Street. This will complete the building project that began with the construction of the Kenton Elementary School and will continue to honor the tradition...