High School Weekly News | January 18

Please contact Theresa Cline at tcline@kingsschools.org if you have any questions.

CyberKnights

CyberKnights are working hard on this year’s game! The CyberKnights have finished their first week of work on this year’s new game!  Track their progress here.  Here is more info if you would like to know what the game is this year.

ATTENTION ALL TENNIS PLAYERS

We are looking for a head coach and assistant coaches for our girls tennis program that starts the end of February.  The program started 4 years ago and has thrived under the leadership of our former coaching staff.  We have had over 50 girls turn out each year.  The season runs the end of February until mid to end of May.  Practices are after school from 3:30-5:30 and matches are usually a couple of times a week starting in mid-March.  If you are interested in coaching please contact Rick Skeen at rskeen@kingsschools.org.  If you know someone who is interested please let Rick Skeen know as well and he will reach out to them.

Spring Dance Fundraiser

The sophomore class is still selling fuzzy Sherpa sweatshirts  for a spring dance fundraiser!! For 35$ you can get a cozy sweatshirt and show your school spirit and support the knights! We are accepting pre orders online, so click the following link to get yours now!

 

KHS Winter Ball

Winter Ball, King’s first formal dance, will be on Saturday, February 2nd. It will be held at Ballard Bay Club (6413 Seaview Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107) from 7 pm – 10 pm. A light dinner will be served along with a cupcake table! Tickets are $60 and will be sold Monday 1/14 – Wednesday 1/23. Late tickets will not be available so please make sure your students have their checks, cash, or cards ready during selling week! A reminder that the King’s dress code still applies. Please encourage your students to go with a friend, date, or a group!

DECA Area 2 Competition

King’s High School DECA took 58 students to the DECA Area 2 Competition to compete against nearly 900 other students from 15 other high schools. King’s had a record breaking 75.8% win rate with 44 of those 58 place to advance to the state competition in late February. King’s DECA competed in 13 categories, and won 5 first place titles. King’s DECA looks forward to competing at State and then International Competition in Orlando, Florida! Go King’s DECA!

Student Name Competition Category Place
Cristina Cavero Apparel & Accessories 1st
Alex Grimm Apparel & Accessories 3rd
Carson Sharpe Apparel & Accessories 4th
Hannah Carrithers Apparel & Accessories 5th
Peri Welch Apparel & Accessories 7th
Jamie Edwards Automotive Services 1st
Nic Wiseman Automotive Services 3rd
Jack Zhou Business Finance 1st
Christian Hedzik Business Finance 7th
Aim Niamnud Business Services 2nd
Matt Amano Business Services 5th
Rena Anderson Business Services 6th
Victoria Smith Entrepreneurship 2nd
Daniel Harbert Entrepreneurship 3rd
Theo Briggs Entrepreneurship 4th
Reagan Christensen Entrepreneurship 5th
Kat Kirkpatrick Food Marketing 1st
Emily Hovig Food Marketing 2nd
Meg Travis Food Marketing 4th
Annie Rasmussen Food Marketing 5tth
Arianna Christopjillis Food Marketing 6th
Laura Chen Food Marketing 8th
Duncan Angiluli Hotel and Lodging 3rd
Delaney Peterson Hotel and Lodging 6th
Madelinn Kanzaki Hotel and Lodging 7th
Fred Liu Human Resources 2nd
Elise Grass Human Resources 3rd
MacKenzie Harvey Human Resources 4th
Jeffrey Weber Marketing Communications 1st
Ben Gardner Marketing Communications 2nd
Lucy Bogen Marketing Communications 4th
Marie Ward Marketing Communications 5th
Tyler Zastrow Marketing Communications 6th
Joanne Yi Marketing Communications 8th
Eric Halhjen Quick Serve 3rd
Maddie Mustach Quick Serve 5th
Audrey Ruhlman Quick Serve 6th
Kathryn Morris Restaurant & Food Service 2nd
Rachel Phelan Retail Merchandising 4th
Catherine Jones Sports & Entertainment 1st
Brock Mehrer Sports & Entertainment 5th
Lucas Prendergast Sports & Entertainment 6th
Dillon Atterberry Sports & Entertainment 7th
Sam Phinney Sports & Entertainment 8th