Led by Jeff Joseph, his daughter Jessica Joseph, and Tom Larkin, the Don Joseph Toyota dealership in Kent has donated a brand-new, untitled 2014 Toyota Corolla for a car raffle to benefit students in the Kent City Schools.
Tickets are available for $10 through the Kent Schools’ Parent Teacher Organizations at the elementary schools and Stanton Middle School. The Rough Rider All Sports Boosters and the Instrumental Music Boosters are handling sales at the high school.
Tickets will be sold until February 14, 2014 and are also available at the dealership at 1111 West Main Street in Kent. The raffle drawing will be held at Don Joseph Toyota/Scion on March 1 at 1:00 PM. The winner need not be present. Visit www.djtoyota.com for contest rules.
All proceeds from raffle sales will be distributed to the seven Kent schools to be used for arts projects, technology, athletics, or playground equipment. In addition, the top student seller will receive a $1,000 college scholarship from Don Joseph Toyota/Scion.
According to Assistant Superintendent Tom Larkin, “Don Joseph Toyota/Scion has always been supportive of the Kent City Schools. When Jeff Joseph contacted us about this raffle, we were surprised and appreciative of the opportunity. All our Kent City School students will benefit from this generous donation.”
This raffle is being conducted through the Kent City School Foundation.
- Stanton Fall Sports Teams will begin practice on August 1, 2013
- FOOTBALL begins August 5th
- Volleyball, open gym is August 1 and 2 from 8-10 am
Tryouts will be held on August 5,6 and 7 from 7:30-10:30 am
- Girls’ Soccer practices are from 6:00-8:00 p.m. August 1 thru August 16, but please check the website for up-to-date info/times.
Soccer tryouts will be held the week of August 5th-9th.
Welcome a new athletic director, Marty Tinkler to Stanton this year. He comes with a wealth of knowledge about student athletes . His number is 330-676-8640.
If you need information about practice times and schedules, please go to the athletic tab on our Stanton home page. The parent meeting for all athletes will take place August 6 at RHS. Middle school coaches will meet with each parent group to answer questions.
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Supporting Mental Health Awareness
The Coleman Youth Board is a dynamic group of students in grades 7-12 from Kent, Ravenna and Stow, who are working to reduce stigma and raise awareness of mental health issues in our schools and communities. Their goal is to help provide pathways of understanding and support.
Please come and join them for an evening which will include:
- A presentation from the youth board
- Guest speaker, Dan Crail, School Counselor Auburn Career Center, works with students affected by the recent Chardon shootings.
- Lots of yummy desserts
May 23, 2012 – 7:00 pm
Stanton Middle School Auditeria
1175 Hudson Road, Kent, OH 44240
For further information call Kathy Myers
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Meet John Schwartzhoff at the Fall Sport’s Banquet tonight! He is very excited to be back in a middle school.
Mr. Schwartzhoff will serve as the Interim Assistant Principal for Stanton Middle School from November 2011 – January 2012. His experience includes serving as a middle school administrator for 14 years including Principal at Kimpton Middle School in Stow, Nordonia Hills Middle School, and James A. Garfield in Garrettsville. He is also a familiar face in the Kent Schools community serving as the interim Assistant Superintendent for Kent City Schools durning the 2009-2010 school year.