Please contact Judy Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Chick-fil-A Spirit Night
King’s High School DECA will be hosting a Spirit Night in partnership with Chick-fil-A in Lynnwood on Monday, February 26th from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. Part of the proceeds from the Spirit Night will benefit King’s High School DECA. Bring your friends and enjoy some great food, all while supporting King’s DECA!
Auction Desserts Needed
The auction team needs desserts to make the 2nd annual dessert dash a sensational success! Please contact Laura Fleming to donate today – email@example.com
AP Test Registration
If you are currently taking an AP class and are planning to take an AP test in May, registration is approaching! The registration window for these tests will be March 1st through March 15th and we want to give you time to start thinking about what tests you would like to sign up for. Keep in mind you will be charged a restocking fee if you end up not taking a test you registered for. Registration will begin on March 1st. Please note: This is not for students interested in applying for future AP courses.
AP & Honors Applications
Are you interested in taking honors or AP courses next year? How about participating in arts programs such as Living Faith or KHS Live? Applications for these courses will be available on March 1st so watch your email for those links to arrive. Applications will accepted through Thursday, March 15th.
Congratulations to Senior Robbie Simanton
KHS Senior, Robbie Simanton, a four year member of the Edmonds-Woodway wrestling team, was the Wesco 3A District Champ for 195 weight class as a member of the EWHS 1st Varsity squad! The Edmonds-Woodway team finished the regular season as Wesco 3A South Champions. After winning Districts, Robbie competed at the WIAA Regional Tournament where he won 4th place and earned a spot at the WIAA State Tournament at the Tacoma Dome. In addition, Robbie was named the WIAA State Academic Champion for the state of Washington at the 195 weight class. Way to go Robbie!
CyberKnights Complete Robot
It’s the end of the 6-week build season and the CyberKnights have completed their robot for the 2018 FIRST POWER UP game! On Tuesday, they locked up the completed robot and won’t touch it again until the first competition. It started with strategy, design and prototyping followed by CAD, building, electrical, and programming. The 31 member team feels confident in this year’s bot, which they affectionately named “Weeble” after the retro Weeble Wobble toy, so it won’t fall down! The first competition will be held on March 3rd and 4th at Mount Vernon High School. Please come and support our robotics team. Event schedule and details here.
Missing School for Two or More Days?
Anytime that your student will miss two or more days of school, please remember to contact the main office so we can have them complete a Pre-Arranged Absence form. You can send a note in with your student, call the office at (206) 546-7241, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We will need the dates the student will be gone and the reason for the absence. We will prepare the pre-arranged absence form and get it to your student.
Parent Teacher Conferences
Parent Teacher conference day is planned for Friday, March 2! Conferences will be held in the Student Lounge and the Library Commons from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Scheduling for conference times will be done on-line beginning at 6:00 a.m. Monday, February 26th and will continue through midnight on Wednesday, February 28th. Detailed instructions for scheduling will be sent to you next week.
Father Daughter Dance
King’s High School will be holding its bi-annual Father-Daughter Dance at the Seattle Golf Club on Saturday, April 28th at 6:30 p.m. Girls, invite your father (or grandfather, uncle, another father-figure in your life) for an evening of dinner, entertainment, dessert and dancing. This a great chance to dress up (attire is semi-formal) and spend a special evening with your #1 fan. Questions? Please contact Laura Fleming at: email@example.com