CK choir has a big musical every year. This year it was the Great American Musical. The show incorporated different musicals (Rent, Newsies, Hairspray and Music Man) into one in a timeline format. It started with songs from the musical Newsies. Newsies was placed throughout the show to transition to ... Read More »
CKHS Sophomore Rayona Reynolds’ “Flower Picker” has been judged as a Regional Winner and will advance to the state-level Superintendent’s High School Art Show at Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). She seemed to be very excited to have won this award but was unsure of how she... Read More »
The theater group at CKHS successfully put on the second production of the year, The Laramie Project, a documentary of events that took place in Laramie, Wyoming. It is based on Matthew Shepard’s story, a 21 year-old boy who was kidnapped, robbed, and beaten to death for being homosexual. It expos... Read More »
Country music superstar Brad Paisley hit the Tacoma Dome on Valentine's Day weekend and rocked the house. Opening for him were country new-comers Cam and singer/songwriter Eric Paslay. Paisley used bright lights and videos to enchant his crowd as well as playing multiple guitar solos. His set included ... Read More »
Whether it was beatboxing, dancing, or singing, the students of CK showed off their unique skills at this year’s talent show held by FCCLA. The show began with MCs sophomores Jacob Leggett and Trevor Cook warming up the crowd with a hilarious intro, filled with jokes and an outline for the fi... Read More »
Skills USA had another great year at CKHS. Skills USA is a team of students organized by teachers James Adamson and Alexander Booth, dedicated to training students to be technical leaders in the future. Headed by senior president Madison Largey, this year they excelled more than any other Skills USA team. The team was so successful that roughly 20-30 members will be returning to Nationals for the... Read More »
As the school year wraps up, the election season is just beginning. In order to be ready for school year next year, elections are held in May in order for students to be prepared for their upcoming term.
For cabinet elections, the CK populace elected Ben Huang as president, with Justin Anderson serving as his vice president. Caitlyn McConnell was elected to the Treasurer position, and the secre... Read More »
Every Thursday at CKHS, each class period is shortened about 20 minutes for early release. The only period excluded from this rule is 4th period, where the 60 minute time frame is maintained because of lunches. However, a new idea called “tutorial” is being added to the CKHS schedule for next year, which will make 4th period just as short as all the other classes on Thursdays.
The concept of tutorial i... Read More »
CKSD has stirred up some controversy by announcing that the district may take over a local property. Over the last year, the Central Kitsap School District has determined plans for a new CKHS and CKMS combined campus. They started out with nine plans and, over a period of selection and discussion, narrowed it down to one which requires the use of property the District does not own.
It was decided t... Read More »