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KHS Culture Club met last week to celebrate Women's History Month. The focus of the meeting was using your voice to make a difference. A former KHS student, from a team of students who worked to bring water filling stations to our school, spoke to the group. This was followed by a special visit from Selectwoman Tooker and BOE Chair Lee Goldstein who talked about the difference they make in our schools. It was an inspirational afternoon.

KHS Culture Club students sit in a circle at the school library media center
Selectwoman Tooker and BOE Chair Lee Goldstein talk to the students
Two students draw with markers on colored paper
Student holds yellow paper megaphone displaying the word "clean"
Student holds pink paper megaphone displaying the word "achievement"