The Knight Times

Intersection established to attempt to control flow of traffic in crowded hallway
Overpopulation creates a cramped building
Jorie Allison, Staff Writer • October 14, 2021

Administrators scramble to gain control of the overpopulation issue causing a lack of rooms for teachers which frustrates staff and students alike.  “Study hall used to be in room 004, all of the...

The Hope Squad posts encouraging flyers around the school to remind students to care for their mental health
Hope Squad receives training at Camp Kern
Marianne Erickson, Staff Writer • October 12, 2021

The Kings High School’s Hope Squad recently spent the day at Camp Kern educating and training their members on how to support peers struggling with mental health and potentially suicide.  Every year...

College Credit Plus, CareerQuest, and Honors Diplomas all add more to a student’s high school career than the normal college prep.
Student Perspective on Non-Traditional Learning
Alyssa Martin, News Editor • April 6, 2021

College Credit Plus (CCP), CareerQuest, and Honors Diplomas shape the progress students make in high school, including earning early college credits, planning for their desired career, and improving college...

Ryan Green and Alexandra Spoelker pushing through their soccer and dance practice with the motivation of God
Tribes youth group builds community and grows empathy
Madison Socol , Staff Writer • October 13, 2021

Tribes, a local youth group at Rivers Crossing, motivates local high schoolers emotionally and mentally every Wednesday in their small talk meetings.  “Tribes has really impacted me because it makes...

 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
3 sisters share a little moment. From left to right: Emma Rankin, Logan Rankin, and Lainey Rankin
Sisters Dive into Deep Waters
Lexi Hackney, Arts and Entertainment Editor • May 7, 2021
Anthony Bach, participates in the “Walk of Champions” to commemorate over 31 years spent with the district and to celebrate his retirement.
Thank you Tony for never sitting still
Kayla Estrada, Editor in chief • April 8, 2021
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

I declared myself a feminist one evening at the dinner table. Through a mouth full of meat and potatoes I abruptly announced, “I am a feminist because I am tough.” And it was then, at the ripe age...

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
Being told to smile is a micro aggression used to invalidate the anger that many women around the world are entitled to.
Stop telling girls to smile
Kayla Estrada, Editor-in-Chief • October 13, 2020
The theater arts students practicing their two person scenes.
Theater Arts class: a student actor must-take
Brooklyn Campbell, Staff Writer • October 19, 2021

Theatre Arts, a semester class taught by Peter Moore, helps students learn the skills they need to succeed in the theatre industry.  In the Theatre Arts curriculum, students cover all things theater,...

Lucid Dreaming, By Ashton Ulbrich, made using colored pencils
Portfolios open the door to student creativity
Lexi Hackney, Co-editor in Chief • October 13, 2021
The logo of the Knight’s Ping Pong Club was designed by club leader, Brayden Pond
New club in town: kings ping pong
Ryan Flecker, Arts & Entertainment Editor • October 13, 2021
Coach Courtney Dang wearing all her national title rings.
King’s Dance Team hires new coach
Paige Dwyer, Staff Writer • October 12, 2021
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
   The Red Sea poses for a picture before the matchup against Lebanon Tuesday 8/31/21
Red Sea boosts the energy at volleyball games
Eli Aruri, Staff Writer • October 19, 2021

“The Red Sea” has come out in big numbers to show their support for the volleyball team, contributing to the team’s success this season....

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