Taking a Lap with Sammons

Taking a Lap with Sammons

Mark Ortiz, Highlights
April 8, 2013
Filed under News, Top Stories

Kingston High School’s very own Chris Sammons, also known as the High School’s varsity swim coach, as well as the club’s coach, is a very intriguing person of interest. Aside from his time in the pool, during school hours, he is known for teaching both a Criminal Justice class for this school year,... Read more »

Well at least I have my books

Well at least I have my books

January 4, 2013
Filed under News

Norm Hendricks; high school teacher, science fiction enthusiast, and author of over three published books with more to come.  When not busy grading tests or creating curriculums for his science fiction and English classes, Norm Hendricks is busy coming up with fresh ideas for his science fiction novels... Read more »

Team Leggo creates impacts through dancing

Team Leggo creates impacts through dancing

Joe Pugliese, Editor
November 23, 2012
Filed under KHS Club, News

The members of team Leggo have gone from getting in trouble with Assistant Principals to becoming one of the most visible clubs in just one year. Club president, Linnel Birth, along with a group of other students, started dancing throughout the hallways and in the cafeteria. The students then moved... Read more »

Scales of justice in the students’ hands

Scales of justice in the students’ hands

Joe Pugliese, Editor
October 27, 2012
Filed under Club and Team Blogs, KHS Club, News

A group of approximately 15 students are being lead by Mark Christian in an effort to allow an alternative route in the discipline path. These students are taking  a greater role in restorative justice through the court of law. "The members undergo months and months of training before they are... Read more »

Scales of justice in the students' hands

Scales of justice in the students' hands

October 27, 2012
Filed under Club and Team Blogs, News, Uncategorized

A group of approximately 15 students are being lead by Mark Christian in an effort to allow an alternative route in the discipline path. These students are taking  a greater role in restorative justice through the court of law. "The members undergo months and months of training before they are official... Read more »

Linda’s still kickin’

Linda’s still kickin’

Cody Naccarato and Joe Pugliese, Highlights
April 27, 2012
Filed under News, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Linda Still is a teacher. She is a mother, a daughter, a sister, a devoted friend, a colleague, a public speaker, a cancer survivor, a wife, a great help, and a good listener. Still is all of these things now, but she wasn’t always. Still’s life was not a straight path, and lead her to places she... Read more »

Let’s get biblical!

Let’s get biblical!

Joe Pugliese, Staff
January 19, 2012
Filed under News, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Bible Club is like an open book. Anyone exploring spiritually, whether Christian based or not, can come for anyone is welcome, according to Suzanne Timbrouck, the advisor of the Bible Club. “I joined the club freshman year,” said junior Anthony Vincent, “because it’s a group similar to... Read more »

It’s cheating if you hard boil them

It’s cheating if you hard boil them

Joe Pugliese, Highlights
January 5, 2012
Filed under News, Top Stories, Uncategorized

In mid-December30 high school students had children. For this is when Deborah Zale’s students began their Parenting project. This means that the students each received an egg, in which was their baby, for the next 48 hours.\ The egg is representing the students’ child, and according to Zale,... Read more »

Ready….aim…..launch!

Ready….aim…..launch!

Rob Pugliese, Highlights
December 22, 2011
Filed under News, Top Stories, Uncategorized

On Friday, Nov. 18, a remarkable semester event occurred; The Catapult launch. The catapult launch is the building and launching of an object from the catapult that a group builds from scratch. This occurs in Jeffrey Karliner’s Principles of Engineering class. In this class, students work in... Read more »

Juniors got ‘em now too!

Juniors got ‘em now too!

Rob Pugliese, Highlights
December 22, 2011
Filed under News, Top Stories, Uncategorized

There once was an idea about juniors having an ability to go off campus earlier then the fourth quarter. Well now this dream is a reality. This privilege is now available through the privilege card. This is an ID card that enables the person to go off campus for their lunch period. Last year, juniors... Read more »