The Kenton City Schools Board of Education met Tuesday night to conduct regular business.
The Kenton City Schools will welcome 7 new employees for the 2019-2020 school year. Among these newly hired employees are new Athletic Director, Brett Purcell. Among these new hires, six of them are from Kenton. There are still positions open in the Kenton City Schools District, for more information on these positions, visit kentoncityschools.org.
Among items approved at last nights meeting was an adjusted start and end times for the Kenton Elementary School. These times will be changed to better serve the teachers of the Elementary School, said Superintendent, Jenifer Penczarski. The time change will make the start time 8:00 in the morning and end time of 2:55 in the afternoon.
Kenton High School will also be losing one of its staff. Linda Allen, who served as the High Schools Librarian, submitted her retirement to the Board this month. Penczarski said “The District is thankful for Allen’s service and 33 years at Kenton High School.”
The next meeting of the Kenton City Schools Board of Education will be July 22nd at 7 o’clock.