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The Knight Times

The Student News Site of Kings High School

The Knight Times

Drop site bin for toys and money to be donated
Toy drive saves Christmas for foster children
Jorie Allison, Staff Writer • December 16, 2021

Holiday Heroes, a drive led by Sam Mizener and Michelle West, hopes to bring Christmas morning excitement to children living in foster homes who may not have the opportunity to get presents.  “It...

The environmental club’s collection bin outside the front office.
Environmental club drives the community to recycle
Kyle Dane, Staff Writer • December 16, 2021

The environmental club organized a drive to collect old light bulbs, hangers, and towels from the community in an attempt to spare the environment of these products being thrown out. “Overall, a lot...

Families show their art made together during Community Art Night
Free community art night restarts
Marianne Erickson, Staff Writer • December 13, 2021

Carrie Cooke launches her first in-person Community Art Night of the year on Tuesday, November 30 after a difficult year of doing it virtually. “I started the free community art nights the year before...

 Christmas decor envelops the dashboard of Karmen Kirker’s car with tinsel, ornaments, elves, and a small plastic house
Toyota Camry turned winter wonderland
Alyssa Martin, Editor in chief • December 16, 2021

Jingle bells ring from the interior’s ceiling, a tiny plastic house sits on the dashboard. The smell of cranberries wafts from the car air freshener on a center air vent, and Taylor Swift’s “The...

 Senior community service day 2021
Community service: how it’s changing
Olivia Mack, Website editor • December 14, 2021
Matthew Granat and Dustin Goldie after an interview about Rob Gronkowski
Hey Gronk! A message from a lifelong fan.
Brady Wik, Staff Writer • December 16, 2021

From the Patriots to the Buccaneers, Rob Gronkowski has always been an inspiration to Matthew Granat.  Granat has loved football his whole...

Kindergartner, Isla Baumann, welcomed home from school with a squeeze of hand-sanitizer. A small step in her daily routine after the rapid spread of COVID-19 throughout schools.
Children living with COVID-19 in their everyday lives
Paige Dwyer and Sophia Jeng January 26, 2022

once in a while, when a teen decides to help out around the house and do some chores, the worst thing a parent can do to ruin the motivation is tell their child to do the chore theyre already doing
teenagers vs. chores
Brooklyn Campbell, Staff Writer • January 26, 2022
having to remember many diffrent birthdays can become difficult, good thing we have social media to remind us
Forgetting birthdays
Brooklyn Campbell, Staff Writer • January 12, 2022
the writing of the broad and hard-to-achieve New Years resolutions amongst people who think their entire life will change at the drop of a hat, or in this case, a ball
New Year New Lies
Brooklyn Campbell, Staff writer • January 5, 2022
Dance Gavin Dance drummer, Matt Mingus, checked into rehab at the end of September, indicating for us all to take a break from our harried lives before it spirals out of control.
Can we just take a break?
Alyssa Martin, Editor in Chief • December 10, 2021

The lights went off and didn’t pick back up for the next song of the set when Tilian Pearson, a frustrated and cursing lead singer, shared the news to the joyous crowd in front of him, “Our drummer...

Winters Legacy
Winter's Legacy
Ryan Flecker, Staff Writer • November 13, 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
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
Erica with her cat
Erica, 9
Sophia Jeng, Staff Writer • December 16, 2021

I love to hang out with my friends but I also like to be alone sometimes. I can't hang out with my friends too much. I'm not that kind of girl. I like when I'm home alone on weekends. Normally, I’ll hang out in my room and watch...

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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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