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The first topics for Lincoln Douglas and Public Forum Debate came out Sunday, October 1. The Lincoln Douglas topic is Resolved: Wealthy nations have an obligation to provide development assistance to other nations. The Public Forum topic is Resolved: The United States should require universal background checks for all gun sales and transfer of ownership. Okan Kardzhala said, “Don’t hate it, just debate it!” Mr. Voudris would be happy to work with anyone who is having trouble coming up with arguments or finding evidence. Meetings are still every Tuesday and Thursday from 6:45 until 8:45. Remember to email Mr. Voudris with any questions you have.
All meetings are held during homeroom in room C-217 There will be a French Club meeting tomorrow, September 20. The next meeting will then be on Monday, October 4, where members will most likely participate in a scavenger hunt! The C’est L’Halloween meeting will be held Monday, October 30. TENTATIVE: Visit to the Paris Room in… Continue Reading
Are you interested in giving back to the community? Are you behind on your community service hours? Then join Interact club! We meet every Wednesday during homeroom to discuss upcoming service projects and volunteering. Just by showing up to a meeting, you earn community service hours. If you don’t want to join, you can still… Continue Reading
Do you have a love or interest for Photography? If so, join the KHS Photography Club! Take part in helping document events at the school and the surrounding community while learning and getting advice from professionals. Club includes monthly themes, competitions, workshops, photoshoots, and more. Members will get the opportunity to show off their work… Continue Reading
Join Kenston’s PACK club in Mrs. Smith’s room! The club is for anybody that wants to learn about political current events, and politics as a whole. Meetings for the club take place on Mondays during homeroom, so for people that have extracurricular outside of school will be able to attend. It is very important to… Continue Reading