On Tuesday, March 28, the King City Boys Golf team traveled to Chillicothe to compete in a quad meet at Green Hills Golf Course.
Besides the Wildkats, the match featured Tina-Avalon (host), Lexington, and Norborne.
The varsity squad won the match with a score of 196.
Davis Washburn led all golfers with a low score of 45. Collin Breckenridge placed second with a score of 46.
Green Hills Golf Course will also be the site of the Conference tournament and Sectional tournament.
On Friday, March 24th, the King City FBLA chapter traveled to the Second Harvest Community Food Bank in St. Joseph, MO to help serve communities in need.
From 9 AM to 11 AM the group helped assemble "Backpack Buddy" snack bags.
Each bag, which will eventually make its way home with a student, featured a number of items including canned ravioli, canned soup, milk, a juice box, a cup of fruit, a box of cereal, and a graham cracker bar.
In the two hour time span that they worked, the group packed 1,000 "Backpack Buddies."
After enjoying CiCi's Pizza for lunch, the group enjoyed some bowling at Belt Bowl.
Congratulations, King City High School Scholar Bowl on your undefeated season so far. 7-0
Another progress update for all you Wildkats following along. Things are really moving over at the track and new football field!
On St. Patrick's Day Amanda Potter and Missy Oliver from King City's Citizen Bank and Trust awarded principal, Ryan Anderson with a check. The $1038.90 check is from money accumulated from Citizen Bank & Trust Wildkats Visa (checking debit card). Each swipe of the card sends money back to school. Thank you Citizen Bank & Trust!
St. Patrick's Days and 3rd Quarter Leadership Awards
On March 17 & 18, 2017 The Cast of this years play showcased their talents by performing, Don't Rock The Boat, by Tim Kelly.
Mrs. Washburn and Mrs. Walter's 2nd Graders would like for everyone to get a Kid Power Band to help save a child's life while exercising. They introduced the UNICEF program to the student body Friday morning.
King City School District along with community members and board members working on a New CSIP plan