High School Weekly News | May 19

Please contact Judy Kelly [email protected] if you have any questions!

Ms. Platter’s new Filmmaking class filmed a scene this week using a student’s dad’s corvette. Can’t go wrong with a classic car in a film shoot! They used a script and shot the scene in collaboration with the KHS Live improv class. It was a great day for filmmakers!

Last Chance to see Cinderella
The King’s High School Drama Department is proud to present Rodger’s and Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Broadway) in Schirmer Auditorium on May 19 & 20 at 7:00 pm; and Sunday, May 21st at 3:00 p.m. Questions? Please contact Mary Hudon at [email protected]. Purchase tickets on-line at http://kingsschools.seatyourself.biz.

Awards Night is May 31st
King’s High School’s annual Awards Night is planned for Wednesday, May 31st at 7:00 p.m. in Schirmer Auditorium. Our awards evening will recognize the accomplishments of many students in academics, music, fine and performing arts, and athletics and will include other special honors as well. Everyone is welcome so please, save the date!

Art Show
The Art Department invites you to come and enjoy our student art in the High School Library on May 23rd & 24th. It will showcase painting, drawing, graphic design, cultural arts, glass fusing, photography, pottery and more and it will be open for view during regular Library hours.

All Girls Welcome!
All girls are invited to participate in a 7v7 Girls Soccer Tournament and you don’t have to be a current soccer player to join in the fun! Teams can be made up of any girl in 8th through 12th grade. A maximum of 10 players per team playing on half the field;  20 minute halves with a 10 minute halftime one game per day at Woolsey Stadium. Cost is $15.00 per player. Please turn in your money and the names of your team members to Mrs. White by June 9th.  Game dates are June 12, 14, 15, 16 right after school. Please email Nicole Gabelein at [email protected] with any questions.

Did You Know?
The Science Department is pleased to announce King’s High School now offers FOUR Science courses as Concurrent Credit with Northwest University! Northwest University is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, at the same level as all major universities such as the UW and WSU. Beginning in September 2017, Advanced Placement Biology, Advanced Placement Chemistry, Anatomy/Physiology and Environmental Science will now offer King’s students the ability to earn up to 15 University science credits. These credits will be recorded on a Northwest University transcript in the same manner as all other earned credits without any special coding denoting how or where they are earned and credits earned at NU are transferrable to other universities. Students will receive specific information about signing up for the concurrent credit during the first few days of the course. As we continue to grow possibilities in STEM education, we are excited to offer this opportunity to students and parents!

Important Final Exam Information
The end-of-semester final exams are scheduled for Wednesday, June 14th, Thursday, June 15th and Friday, June 16th. School is dismissed at 12:30 on June 16th. Final exams need to be taken on the day and time scheduled.  Students are not permitted to take early or late finals except in cases of illness or exceptional circumstances.  Exceptions must be pre-approved by the principal.  Family vacations do not constitute exceptional circumstances.  Non-approved absences result in a “0” grade on the final exam.  During final exams, students are required to be in classes like regular school days.  The regular school attendance policy will apply to all absences.