On May 14th you have the opportunity to elect new class officers. They will be in-charge of fundraisers and class activities to help plan and make money for your senior prom. Vote for who you think would be the best fit to run and manage your grade. You have the opportunity to change the course of next year with your vote. YOUR VOTE COUNTS, so be sure to go and vote May 14th. Ashleigh Burke said, ” I really think this will a close race this year. Not sure who I’m voting for yet. ” Be sure to support your class!
For the past few days, you may have noticed students with boxes of Malley’s chocolate bars. The reason being, to raise money for your senior year and prom. The candy bars only cost $1 and the flavors available are Milk Chocolate, Milk Chocolate with Pretzel, and Milk Chocolate with Crisped Rice. Samantha Hughes said, “The… Continue Reading
Attention Class of 2020, as of March 8, 2018, Madeline Peters and Michael Cardaman will be taking over the “Class of 2020” web page on the KHS website. They will operate this page until the end of the second semester. If you have any information or news that you would like to have added to… Continue Reading
The class of 2020 is having a Chipotle fundraiser! We need to start raising money to have a great prom. Take advantage of this great opportunity and go eat at Chipotle on Monday, March 12th, between 4 and 8 p.m. Our class with receive 50% of the proceeds. More information Continue Reading
Starting on November 27th, KHS will have a food drive for the Bainbridge Food for Friends food pantry. Bring in any toiletries, non-perishable foods, or cleaning products to support them. The items will be collected and kept in first block classes. On December 15th, the first block classes with the most items will win a breakfast! ITEM… Continue Reading
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The incoming freshmen seem like they are having an easy time adjusting to the new schedule. Most students like the block scheduling but others find it annoying. The ways the classrooms are organized are convenient for some students but they don’t like the way their schedule is ordered. The one main complaint that freshmen have… Continue Reading
Dear, Class of 2020 This is our new web page on the high school website. Macey Chamberlin, Frank DiMarco, and Todd Gruden will be in charge of editing the class of 2020 page for the first semester of the 2016-17 school year. Please send all of your ideas for the page to firstname.lastname@example.org. Continue Reading