Friday, May 21, 2010
The Jazz Band played through the night at the Knox Moose Lodge while around 300 fried fish meals were served to the community. Guests were thrilled by the food, jazz tunes, desserts, and item drawing during the evening. We would like to thank the band boosters for all they do for the Knox band programs and the community for supporting the students. Hats off to Mr. Phipps and Mr. Elliott for all the work they do.
Underclassmen had a chance to shine during their honors assembly today for all their exceptional work they have done during the year. In the pictures below members of freshman class were honored for perfect attendance.
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
SCILL Center honored students at a graduation program held on Wednesday, May 19, 2010 at 6:00 P.M. at the SCILL Center Auto Tech location (Knox Industrial Park).
The top Auto Tech student received a Snap-On manufactured Williams Tool Chest along with a 212 piece set of Snap-On tools. Special awards were given to students for attendance, performance skills, and highest test score average. In addition, several scholarships will be awarded.
Congratulations to all the students!
Monday, May 17, 2010
Knox placed second in the Northern State Conference. Congratulations to Kierstyn Combs and Elisabeth Caudill for being named first team all conference and to Shelby Gilbert for being honorable mention. The baseball team defeated New Prairie. 5-3, and won both games in a double header with North Judson, 13-10 and 7-0. The softball team lost to New Prairie. 6-4. Today, the golf team will travel to Culver at 4. The varsity baseball and JV softball teams will travel to Bremen, and the jv baseball and varsity softball teams will host Bremen, all starting at 4:30. The tennis team will host Renssealer at 4:45. News Release
Friday, May 14, 2010
Students from Knox High School were excited to help out at the Elementary School's student carnival, sponsored by the KCES Student Council. This event was open to the community and included games, food, and four jumping castle activities.
The KHS Graphic arts department highlighted the printing trade for the Redskin Riot newspaper staff. The students from KCES were able to create their own t-shirts, buttons, and completed a variety of other tasks that were geared to educate student on the printing trades industry. The KHS program can be considered a model site for printing trades education in the state.
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
Knox High School teachers received training on Thursday to polish their skills with their interactive technology. Many classrooms at KHS are currently using the interactive technology with students at all academic levels. These systems include an interactive white board, student response systems, and presenter tablets in the classroom. Mrs. Buchanan and Mr. Kinzie show their skills with the interactive whiteboard.