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Canine Magic
‘Something humans just can’t offer’

It’s no mystery that dogs are one of the most popular additions to any home, and can even be therapeutic. 519 more words

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That’s a Rap
Kings grad makes a run at fame

Cal Scruby is only 25 and on his way to fame.

The 2008 Kings graduate attended Ohio State University for five years, where he majored in Communications (New Media and Communication Technology). 757 more words

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WeatherBug
Atop KJH, a high-tech weather station

There is no denying that the weather in Ohio can be very unpredictable. Lucky for Kings, the district has its very own weather station on the roof of the Junior High. 312 more words

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Literacy
Healthy minds, healthy bodies

This month, students at J.F. Burns got excited about reading and physical fitness with help from the school’s 14-year-old program, Laps for Literacy. 365 more words

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KJH Stage
‘Island’ explores love, death, race

From antiquity, great authors have questioned whether love can overcome social circumstance. A Caribbean-style musical, Once On This Island explores this theme along with the power of hope, death, and faith. 298 more words

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Mentors
Whiz Kids wisdom

Whiz Kids is a literacy based one-on-one tutoring and mentoring program for students in Kings’ three elementary schools. Joshua’s Place partnered with City Gospel Mission and the school administrators to make this program possible. 287 more words

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Remember
Honoring Sammy

Kings students wore orange on Wednesday to honor the memory of Sammy Reagan, a Columbia Intermediate student who died in an accident on Jan. 40 more words

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