High School Weekly News | March 22

Please contact Theresa Cline at [email protected] if you have any questions.

Speech and Debate

The King’s Speech and Debate team traveled to UPS for the State Speech tournament, and secured 4th Place! While historical records of Washington Speech and Debate vary, it is clear that King’s is one of very few first year programs to secure a top-5 finish at State.

Individually, we have three State Champions from King’s—Elizabeth Anderson (Original Oratory) and the team of Dalton Schwab and Sam Hutmacher (Duo Interpretation). King’s, Gig Harbor (the 3A and below State Champions) and Thomas Jefferson (the 4A State Champions) were the only schools to secure multiple individual State Championships! Victoria Smith (2nd Place Humorous Interpretation) and Maci Hodgins (3rd Place Expository) were also major contributors to the 4th Place result.

Congratulations to all who have participated in the inaugural King’s Speech program this year! Next year, we go for the gold.

National Honor Society Blood Drive

King’s High School National Honor Society has rescheduled our annual blood drive to Wednesday, March 27th, between 8 a.m. and 1:45 p.m.   Appointments are available throughout the day.  To schedule an appointment, please email Nancy White at [email protected] or call ext. 7241.  Your donation is a lifesaving gift.  The King’s High School National Honor Society thanks you for your support.

KHS Radio

Do you need something to do during your coffee break? Or, are you tired of listening to the same radio stations in the car? KHS Radio is here for you, parents and students! KHS Radio’s stories are directly published on anchor.fm/khs-radio and are available for download on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and wherever you download podcasts.

Our stories are published by and for King’s students. Go directly to the website link above and press play!

If you want to know more about the KHS Radio team, go to our website: tinyurl.com/khsradio and follow us on Instagram and Snapchat @KHSQuill.

Finals Week Snacks

Secondary finals are March 28-29th! Parent Council will be at school on Friday the 29th with snacks. We only need a few items this time around due to your ongoing generosity. Food items and can be dropped off in the office through Wednesday the 27th with Mrs. White! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0D4CADAA22A7FC1-20191

Register for Classes!

It is time for students to pre-register for the classes they would like to take in the 2019-2020 school year.  For a presentation on how to register, visit http://tinyurl.com/2019-20PreRegistrationVideo. Students are encouraged to talk with their counselor with any questions!  Pre-registration forms, class descriptions, etc. can be found at:

Next Year’s Sophomores:

Next Year’s Juniors:

Next Year’s Seniors:

Incoming Juniors & Seniors – Apply for a CRISTA Internship!

Is your incoming junior or senior interested in interning for the ministries and resource departments at CRISTA? Through the CRISTA internships, your student can earn high school credits AND gain valuable experience in a professional work environment. For more information, click here to watch a short video on the internship program. Applications to the following internships are due to Mrs. Nield or the main high school office by Wednesday, April 17th and 3:00pm. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Nield at [email protected] or 206.546.7284.


ASB Applications

Calling all JUNIORS who are interested in serving King’s High School in the 2019-2020 school year: Are you passionate about King’s High School and interested in how you can serve the student body and entire campus more? If so, apply to be on the 2019-2020 KHS ASB. We are currently taking applications for all open positions including: President, Vice President, Administrator, Activities Rep, Homecoming Rep, Spiritual Life Rep, and Pubic Relations Rep. You can find applications here or drop by Mrs. White’s desk in the main office. All applications are due to Mrs. White no later than APRIL 12 at 3:15pm. If you have any questions, ask Dr. Troutman in Room 226 or email [email protected].