Dreaded or anticipated, Valentine’s Day, 2017, is closer than one can say, “Vain Violet's velvet valentine vanished.” As lovebirds crawl each chocolate isle, prowling around for the perfect heart-shaped box for their significant other, they are oblivious to the $1.7 billion that the cand... Read More »
Children throughout all of history have been taught that if you look like this, you should act like this. Toys have supported these stereotypes.
Junior Heather Griffith, a member of the Gender Equality Club, explained that all this matters. “It sets stereotypes for girls by limiting our choices in m... Read More »
CK students are eager to revamp and improve our Christmas traditions. Service Week was introduced last year to be included in the same week as the Winter Pep Assembly. Service Week is a way for students to contribute and donate items to the community.
“It's a great way to let the school give b... Read More »
Basketball is starting to heat up this winter. Boys basketball’s first home game of the season was Wednesday, November 30th, against Bremerton High School. CK won, 68-65. Girls basketball’s first home game of the season was Monday, December 5th, against Mt. Tahoma High School. They won, 50-33.
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In the last few years, computers on wheels and Chromebook carts have been introduced into the classroom, with plans to incorporate apps like Google Classroom, Quizlet, Remind, and Kahoot into everyday learning.
Students had mixed responses to this new way of learning. Some said it was helpful, and some preferred paper. “Personally, I would rather use a laptop over a Chromebook, but I totally understan... Read More »