They’re Here …
Kings High School is once again bustling with youth as the school hosts its fifth-annual Kings Freshman Camp (KFC).
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KFC is a program where 8th graders, who will be incoming freshmen next year, travel to the high school for several team building activities that allow them to become more familiar with the high school and even make friends with upperclassmen.
In order to become a KFC counselor, students must a current freshman, sophomore, or junior, turn in an application, and then be reviewed and chosen from a review board of teachers.
This year there are 140 counselors. The counselors are paired into groups of two or three and are given at least seven students.
The KFC counselors have to go through two days of training in order to prepare for the upcoming fun. Their first day of training was April 29, where the future counselors made posters for the JH hallway, look at their goals, divide into “families”, discuss and plan activities, and play some games to prepare. Read more of this post