Archive for April, 2017

Touchdown Club Fundraiser

Touchdown Club Fundraiser    

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Forever Homes Needed

These lovely senior ladies came in when their mom fell ill and was put in a senior facility. It is a very sad situation. These forever friends are purrrr purrrr machines. They seek out attention and would be wonderful lap cats. Won’t you consider taking these gals home? There are many

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Kings Herald – Second Place for Best Newspaper

On Friday, March 24th at CW Post, Kings Park High School’s Kings Herald newspaper earned 2nd place for “Best Newspaper” in CW Post’s “Best of Journalism” contest.  There were over 30 high school

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Food Drive

The Kings Park Knights of Columbus will be holding its annual food drive on Saturday, April 29, and Sunday, April 30, between the hours of 10 AM and 1 PM at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 44 Church Street, Kings Park. Donations will support

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Beautiful April

April – Portal to a whole new season of possibilities in the ever changing landscape of spring. Oh the joys for the plein air painter, photographer, gardener and outdoor enthusiast. To everything there is a season – by Mary Anne Lund “Path to the Beach” Oil on Canvas 11×14 (plein air last summer, tweaked in [...]

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Shout Out

Congratulations to Kings Park’s Senior Captains Alyssa Ambrosio and Jamie Barbarino for being selected All County Small Varsity Division 1 Cheerleaders. KP is so proud!

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DECA State Business Recognition

On March 8, 2017, Kings Park High School DECA: Business Club students competed at the DECA State Conference in Rochester, New York with over 2000 statewide students. DECA is an international and national organization

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Adelphi University Press Day

In the Quill Awards contest, there are over 50 high schools that attend Press Day and submit entries into six categories. They recognize first, second, and third places along with an honorable mention. Most categories have

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Colors of Long Island Art Exhibition – Stony Brook Museum

The Stony Brook Museum of Art’s annual student art exhibition, “Colors of Long Island,” affords an opportunity for students in grades Kindergarten through 12 to show their artwork in a museum setting.  Hundreds of proud parents

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