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Students high-fiving after getting a long division problem correct.
Success in Division: Kenton Ridge 4th Graders Triumph!

Cheers and smiles fill Mrs. Dobyns' class as Kenton Ridge 4th graders celebrate nailing long division! Using the clever DMSCB acronym (Does McDonald's Sell Cheese Burgers?), these young mathematicians conquer the challenges with enthusiasm and teamwork. ๐ŸŽ‰๐Ÿ“šย 

Students in Mrs. Blaker Klay's class hold up their workbooks of %22UN%22 words.
Immerse yourself in the linguistic wonders of words with Mrs. Blaker Klay in this week's Classroom Chronicles!

Get ready to be UN-leashed into a realm of UN-common words, UN-limited creativity, and UN-forgettable writing exercises when we pop into Mrs. Blaker Klay's classroom and observe these wordsmiths crafting UN-forgettable paragraphs packed with UN-ique prefixes.

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Members of the KR sax quintet playing holiday music in the lobby for the elementary students during lunch.
Sax Serenade in the School Lobby

Capturing the magical moment as KRย Band's Sax Quintet spreads holiday joy with beautiful tunes, creating a festive atmosphere for elementary students during lunchtime! ๐ŸŽท๐ŸŽ„

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Welcome to Mr. Christello's Robotics class, where students build and code Lego robots, exploring the exciting world of robotics! The first quarter of the class is dedicated to hands-on construction and programming of these robots, laying the foundation for more advanced challenges in the upcoming quarter. Next week, students will face off in a thrilling drag racing competition, putting their skills to the test.

Addysun Keplinger shines in athletics and academics. She plays a vital role in our NELSD community, and she’s this week’s Shining Student Spotlight!  She’s involved in bowling, the Student Council, the Leo Club, and so much more!  Addysun has big dreams and is taking every step possible to get there, check out her article to hear the details!

This week's alumni is Brian Smith! He is a former Kenton Ridge graduate and never fails to help out our community. From basketball coach to CEO of a bank, he can do anything! He might own a bank, but you definitely won’t lose interest hearing about him!

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