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Senora Ritter visited a first-grade classroom for a morning meeting.  The students had fun greeting each other with the maracas. The teachers shared a story in Spanish, followed by an activity where students played "Sparkle" in Spanish. The meeting concluded with reading a message in Spanish and in English.  


The KHS campus is adorned with gold ribbons and positive chalk messages line the sidewalk for Pediatric Cancer Month. Students and staff wore gold and raised money for the Tommy Fund. Buddy classes also worked together to create activity books for the Tommy Fund Outpatient Center. 


An important part of our school day, Morning Meeting is an opportunity to work on both social and academic skills, and most importantly strengthen the classroom community.

Principal Carbone Reads Aloud to Classes

Mrs. Carbone, KHS Principal,  spends the first few days each year visiting classrooms to read aloud a picture book. It's a great way to have fun while getting to know students.

Chalk the Walk

Kings Highway School held a before school Chalk the Walk