This week KHS students in grades K-5 engaged in a readathon or a walkathon to raise money for our Cheetahs Care project. Donations will support local families who are in need this holiday season. This is one way we show that we can make a difference, and we have fun doing it!
After a full Professional Development Day on Tuesday, teachers from the district gathered at our school to learn from Sarah Schaefer, author at Mathodology, our primary resource for teaching math.
Kings Highway School celebrated Fall Fest. Students loved participating in relays and activities, all with a fall theme, while staff and families cheered them on. Each class ended their time on the field choosing a pumpkin from the patch. It was a beautiful day filled with smiles and fun.
Kindergarteners were busy in the science lab discovering how rain is made.
This special day supported our work of being intentional and making a difference one by one!
At the first first general PTA meeting of the school year, teachers Ms. Phillips and Ms. Brighindi presented to parents about the first six weeks of school and the focus on well-being for both students and staff.