High School Weekly News | May 3

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

Going to JSB Tomorrow?
Remember I-5 and other roads into Seattle are likely to be very badly congested. It is best to dine near the ship and spare headache and heartache getting there on time as we sail from Pier 57 at 7:30 p.m. sharp. The ship waits for no one! Ladies should bring a sweater or wrap as it is likely to be chilly on the outside top deck once the sun goes down.

Spring Spirit Week
Next week is our first ever SPRING SPIRIT WEEK! Leading up to our May 11th benefit Rock Concert for Beacon of Hope Schools (buy your tickets ASAP!), we have a whole week of spirit dress up. Dressing up on these days will earn you raffle tickets which will be drawn for a special prize redeemable at the concert. Here are the days:

  • Monday: PJ day (roll out of bed and head to school!)
  • Tuesday: Twin Day (with a friend, with a group….matchy-matchy!)
  • Wednesday: Teacher Day (dress up to honor your favorite King’s teacher for Teacher Appreciation Week)
  • Thursday: Vine/Meme Day (pick your favorite)
  • Friday: Concert/Band Day (wear your favorite band shirt)

Dress up with your friends and we’ll have an awesome week full of spirit before the Concert! Remember that dress code applies during the week; looking forward to a fun time leading up to Friday – MAY THE BEST CLASS WIN!

National Mental Health Month: MIND Yo’ HEALTH
May is National Mental Health Month! Throughout the month students will have many opportunities at school to participate in healthy, mental health boosting activities. We’re calling the campaign MIND Yo’ HEALTH. Each week will have a theme and focus, giving students healthy ways to support their mental health.

  • This Week: To kick off the month we focused on Gratitude and Kindness. Students spent time during lunch creating gratitude banners and giving each other compliment cards. Gratitude is proven to be an amazing way to redirect the brain away from feelings of anxiety and depression and release feel good hormones. It’s a simple but powerful tool!!
  • Family Challenge: Make a point this weekend to share things you are grateful for with each other. A gratitude journal or poster can help the family develop habits around gratitude. Try it out and notice how it changes the atmosphere of your home.

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.

KHS Spring Musical: 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 sales start on Monday, May 7th and can be purchased through brownpapertickets.com. For more information contact Mary Hudon, Performing Arts Coordinator at 206-713-9481.

All School Classic Rock Concert to Benefit CyberKnights Uganda
The King’s High School Robotics Team, ASB, and student musicians have partnered together to offer an all-school classic rock concert. This family-friendly concert will be held on Friday, May 11th at 7:00 pm in Mike Martin Gym. Tickets are available for $10 for students, $15 for adults and $20 at the door and can be purchased online at: https://bpt.me/3387006. All proceeds from the concert will help the robotics team we started in Uganda complete the construction of their robotics’ lab and STEM classroom. We look forward to seeing the entire school together at this one fun event!

Please Pray
Recently one of our King’s families, the Walkers, lost their home and all of their precious belongings to a house fire that suddenly has left them without a home and in need of some necessities. They have temporary housing but are looking for a long term solution. Colin is new to the school this year as a junior and is a 3rd generation King’s student. We are blessed and thankful to have him in our school family. Please join us in praying for this dear family and if you are interested in supporting them in any way, please contact Mary Hudon at [email protected] or at (206) 713-9481.


Celebrate May With King’s Gear
Enter Promo Code MAY18 now through May 26th and save 15% off $75.00! Shop now and save with your Official Online Sideline Store. Students, athletes, parents, alumni, and fans can now purchase their favorite school custom Nike, Under Armor logo’d apparel products at a great price at: http://sideline.bsnsports.com/schools/washington/shoreline/kings-high-school. It’s as easy as 1, 2, and 3: Pick your product, pick your color, add your favorite logo, and it ships directly to your front door. Don’t forget you can customize many apparel items with your name, number, or year to celebrate your athlete’s journey.

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.

Monday May 7th is Thank-Scrip-ing Day! 24 hours of incredible ScripNow and Reload bonuses from dozens of retailers! Begins at 12:00 am Eastern Time. ScripNow and Reloads available during the summer when using Presto Pay.