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The Student News Site of Kings High School

The Knight Times

The Student News Site of Kings High School

The Knight Times

Deb Cowan, John Skerl, and Janelle Groff
Newly Elected Board Members Share Their Thoughts on What The Board Needs
Colin Emery, Staff Writer • November 22, 2021

Janelle Groff, John Skerl, and Deb Cowan, newly elected board members, see new opportunities for ideas and insights on district issues. Groff would like to see the board continue to strive for academic...

Raise team members host a table every other wednesday for students to cash in castle credits
R.A.I.S.E team promotes positive school culture
Molly Hering, Staff Writer • November 12, 2021

Every other Wednesday the R.A.I.S.E. Team hosts a table for students who have received castle credits to cash them in for prizes. Castle Credits are cards students receive for showing positive behavior...

This is one of the beds Kings High School nurses use for students to lay down on when not feeling well
School clinic deals with nursing shortage
Marianne Erickson, Staff Writer • November 10, 2021

School nurse, Candy Anthony, retired on September 17, 2021, leaving the challenges that come with a suddenly empty long-term position. After one of the most grueling years for school nurses, the 2020-2021...

Superintendent Greg Sears chatting with parents at the Sweets with the Supe event in August
CommuKnighty Connection meetings bring new ideas for the district
Alyssa Martin, Co-Editor in Chief • November 17, 2021

Parent volunteers have been hosting CommuKnighty (Community) Connection gatherings in their homes and neighborhood clubhouses, inviting neighbors and community members to chat with superintendent Greg...

Mr. Gonzalez, Mr. Moore, and Mr. Hicks playing guitar
A Tribute to Mr. Gonzalez
Colin Emery, Staff Writer • October 21, 2021
 Mr. Sears plays hopscotch with a SLE student, both with their hands in the air in excitement.
Rocking out district meetings
Alyssa Martin, Co-Editor in Chief • October 20, 2021
 Anabelle Litwiler shares the story of her grandfathers funeral and the impact he left on her.
Keeping life colorful
Alyssa Martin, News Editor • May 10, 2021
Image of the team huddling up before a match
High expectations for young bowling team
Brady Wik, Staff Writer • November 23, 2021

The bowling program fielded its biggest tryout in recent history with enough bowlers for a men’s and women’s varsity team and two junior...

A photo of the zoom meeting for The Knights Baked Delights
Covid technology’s lasting impact: The Knights Baked Delights
Ryan Flecker, Staff Writer • November 23, 2021

The Kings Baking Club, humorously dubbed  “The Knights Baked Delights”,  began amidst covid in November of 2020 after students picked up the hobby over quarantine. Now, this previously non-existent...

Throwback: senior actors Olivia Moody and Celia Ball perform the play “Annie Jr.” in 2018 as eighth-graders
The seniors reflect on their last play
Brooklyn Campbell, Staff Writer • November 16, 2021
Winters Legacy
Winter's Legacy
Ryan Flecker, Staff Writer • November 13, 2021
Winters Legacy
Winter's Legacy
Ryan Flecker, Staff Writer • November 13, 2021

Winter the dolphin, an icon of our youth, passed away Thursday night due to infection. Not familiar with Winter? Winter was the prosthetic-tail-toting dolphin from the 2011 film Dolphin Tale, a widely...

Feminism without intersectionality is damaging to the movement for racial equality. Pictured: (LtoR) Haley Loveless, Jayda Carr, and Allison Escamilla.
All my feminist friends are white.
Kayla Estrada, Editor in Chief • April 27, 2021
The Ohio Department of Education requires 5 elective credits, but the ambiguity of the requirement means many students go their whole high school career without taking a music class.
Music deserves more credit
Abby MacNeil, Managing Editor • February 3, 2021
Taylor Swift has dominated the music industry for over a decade, subjecting her to criticism and backlash.
My apology letter to Taylor Swift
Kayla Estrada, Editor-in-Chief • December 21, 2020
Stacey Duckworth takes incoming phone calls from the nurses office requesting students who need to quarantine immediately.
Everything feels temporary
Kayla Estrada, Editor in Chief • November 23, 2020
Clara Mancini
Clara Mancini
May 19, 2021

Keep believing in yourself!  Go ahead with confidence and you'll succeed.  Remember to go after what you want and stay humble along the way.  New opportunities are waiting.  Explore, learn, and enjoy life. We are very proud...

Riley Scott
Riley Scott
May 19, 2021
Ryann Watiker
Ryann Watiker
May 14, 2021
Ben Riesenberg
Ben Riesenberg
May 13, 2021
Sex education leaves out the discussion of LGBTQ+ sexualities and genders in the curriculum
Ohio’s students lack regulation in health classes
Lexi Hackney, Arts and Entertainment Editor • February 18, 2021

Ohio is one of twenty states that doesn’t require formal sex education in public schools. As a result most schools teach abstinence based sex education or none at all. School districts make the final...

Students and educators are navigating new ways to combine modern lessons of diversity with traditional curriculum.
Lack of diversity in literature curriculum leads English teachers to challenge the status quo
Kayla Estrada, Editor-in-Chief • February 16, 2021

They spelled her name wrong.  One of the most accomplished columnists from her time, with pieces featured in the Boston Evening Traveller, Cosmopolitan,  and College Humor, Katharine Brush became...

Current Career Center student discusses her personal decision to attend the Career Center and the stigma surrounding the school.
Truth vs Stigma: Who is the Career Center for?
Josiah Taylor, Broadcast Editor • February 4, 2021

Josiah: Hello everyone. Welcome to the Knight Times podcast. I am Josiah Taylor. And today we are going to be talking about the stigma surrounding the career center and the importance of what goes on there,...

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