High School Weekly News | April 27

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

CyberKnights Take 2nd At World Championship
Congratulations to the CyberKnights who won second place overall at the 2018 FIRST Robotics World Competition in Houston this past weekend against 3,700 teams internationally! The CyberKnights also became the first Pacific Northwest team to qualify as an Einstein final alliance captain. A parade was held in their honor today to celebrate this outstanding season! Read full press release. The CyberKnights are now recruiting for the 2018-2019 season. Students with interests ranging from videography, public speaking and marketing to CAD design, manufacturing and electrical are encouraged to email Mr. Thompson to learn more at [email protected] No experience is necessary and commitment time varies based on role on the team and time of year.

Congratulations DECA!
Twenty-four King’s DECA students just returned from the DECA International competition in Atlanta, Georgia. These students represented our school community very well being recognized for Gold Level School Based Enterprise, Community Service, Chapter Campaigns and more. Three students were also called to the stage for their outstanding performance in competition. Junior Cristina Cavero and Freshman Kat Kirkpatrick were recognized for top role play scores and Junior Drew Brennan qualified as a finalist in Business Services Management. If you see one of these students, be sure to ask them what “real” rain is like! Congratulations!


Teacher Appreciation Week
The Parent Council is requesting your assistance in supporting Teacher Appreciation Week (May 7-11). On behalf of our students and their parents, the Parent Council is working to provide a warm show of thanks throughout the week. Your financial contributions are needed to help defray the cost of Teacher Appreciation Week treats. Donations requested by April 30th.  Please click here to help:  www.SignUpGenius.com/go/30E0C4AA8AE2AA7FB6-teacher2

Student Council
Are you looking for a way to give back to your school community? Are you looking for opportunities to grow as a leader? Do you enjoy planning events and reaching out to your fellow students? Then Class Council might be for you! Student Council applications are now digitally available or available from Mrs. White in the main office. Applications must be returned by Wednesday, May 2nd in order to run for class president, vice president, activities, spiritual life, homecoming, administrator, or public representative.

The Sun is Out!
We are all thankful to be celebrating the beautiful weather, especially after such a long winter, but as you dress for warmer days, please remember the dress code established for the school environment. Skirts and shorts must be no more than 5 inches from the middle of the knee. Tank tops with the sides cut out, spaghetti straps, or razor backs need to be saved for the weekend. Midriff coverage is a must. If you have questions about dress code, please feel free to stop by and talk with a counselor. If weekend-wear finds its way to school, you may be invited to talk with someone and offered corrective measures.

World Concern 5K
Social Justice is recruiting students who would be willing to lead a team of elementary school students for the 5K Run/Walk hosted by World Concern on May 12th. We are looking for 4 or more people who are willing to give up a few hours of their Saturday to help us out. If you are willing to run and lead a team or, if you have any questions about what leading a team would be like, please contact Acadia Wong by texting or emailing to (425) 905-8106 or [email protected].

Community Service Hours Available on Morning of Saturday, May 12
If you are not planning on participating in the SOS5K, we need your help! Volunteer positions include anything from bag check-in and handing out water to face painting and bouncy house attendants. You can volunteer for 2 hours or more! Please CLICK HERE to see what best fits your interests. If you have any questions feel free to contact Brandis Roundy, World Concern Volunteer Coordinator at (206) 546-7520 or [email protected]. Thank you for considering your support to seek out and stop child trafficking.

Support Beacon of Hope School in Africa
You are invited to join us for a fun night of classic rock to raise money in support of Pilgrim Africa’s, Beacon of Hope School, featuring Right Turn Only, a band made up of King’s students. The concert will be held on Friday, May 11 at 7:00 p.m. Tickets can be purchased  on-line at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3387006.

Save the Date for Peter Pan
King’s High School is proud to present, Peter Pan the Musical, at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 31, Friday, June 1 and Saturday, June 2nd and on Sunday, June 3rd at 3:00 p.m. in Schirmer Auditorium. Tickets will go on sale May 7th and can be purchased through brownpapertickets.com. For more information contact Mary Hudon, Performing Arts Coordinator at 206-713-9481.