May 30, 2019
Academic Awards Night
June 4-June 6
Cap & Gown distribution in the Attendance office on:
June 4 – Last name beginning A-K
June 5 – Last name beginning L-Z
June 6 – Anyone not picked up
All outstanding obligations must be met prior to receiving cap and gown.
This includes sports, textbooks, class dues, library, and lunch money as well as fines or outstanding obligations owed for both KRHS and LRTC. Also the Senior Exit Survey must be completed for the Counseling Office.
June 6, 2019
June 7, 2019
Senior Banquet at 6:00 – KRHS Gymnasium
Seniors plus two guests
Program to follow at the KRHS Arts Center
June 9, 2019
[Rehearsals held during the week prior to Baccalaureate during TASC]
Baccalaureate – KRHS Arts Center
June 11, 2019
Senior Athletic Awards
Rehearsals for GRADUATION will be held during the week prior to graduation after senior finals.
June 15, 2019
Seniors must be at the practice gym at 9:00
Graduation Ceremony begins at 10:00 on the football field
June 15, 2019
Grad Knight (all night event)
Points to Remember
Karen Godfrey – James Wares
Advisors – Class of 2019
Senior Exam Schedule 2019
Tuesday, June 11, 2019
A1 Final Exam Class runs on regular split time
B1 Final Exam Class runs on regular split time
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
C Block Exam Seniors go to first lunch
D Block Exam
Thursday, June 13, 2019
A Block and A2 Exam/ Class runs on regular split time
B Block and B2 Exam/ Class runs on regular split time
Graduation Practice at 10:45 a.m. at the Practice Gym (Mandatory for all Seniors)
Friday, June 14, 2019
Makeup Exams 7:30-10:15 a.m.
Graduation Practice in the practice gym at 10:30 a.m. (Mandatory for all Seniors)
Extended Learning Opportunities
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The Kingswood Chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) recently inducted twenty-six new members. Family, friends, teachers, administrators, and current members enjoyed a delicious meal provided by the Kingswood cafeteria staff. Following dinner, the group moved to the Lecture Hall for the induction ceremony. Former Kingswood graduate Sadie Nason was the guest speaker and shared her experiences of how the four pillars of the National Honor Society (Scholarship, Character,Leadership, and Service) have impacted her journey to become a nurse. Abigail Larkin, Megan Twitchell, Samantha Tavares, and Madison Shatzer followed the guest speaker with speeches elaborating upon each of the 4 pillars. The celebration concluded with Principal Guy Donnelly leading the new inductees in the NHS pledge.
The Kingswood Chapter of NHS is particularly active. They perform a variety of community service activities from running a Saturday morning mentorship program known as Kingswood and Kids to spending time at local nursing homes, reading to students at all the elementary schools, visits to the Wolfeboro Children’s Center, and a variety of additional programs.
The new inductees include (left to right / front to back in photo) RuthAllard, Cassie Bedley, Jacqueline Bonnevie, Carolyn Day, Robert Doherty, Alyssa Dow, Josh Finneron, Matthew Finneron, Elizabeth Fogg, Genevieve Hanson, Paige Moore, Jacob Nelson, Hayden Robischeau, Brogan Shannon, Cathryn Shannon, Maggie Shaw, Cassidy Simpson, Drew Swinerton, Alexis Turner, Mackenzie Willett, Rachel Bonneau, Abby Corneau, Elizabeth Morrison, Shane Secinaro, Kobe Zimmer (not pictured: Samantha Wainwright)