Committed to Excellence

    DISABILITY AWARENESS SPIRIT WEEK

    • The #1DragonFamily is teaming up with Unify Club to celebrate our April theme of Caring.

      During the week of April 12th, we will have disABILITY Awareness Spirit Week.  

      Please see each day’s theme below.

       

      Our STEP students will be tie-dying and selling socks for Thursday’s Crazy Sock day!

      The cost is $5 and all proceeds will be donated to Autism Speaks.

      For more information or to pre-order socks please click here.

       

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    READ the KRHS NEWSPAPER "THE FLAME" for some great articles!

    • Check out the article in the Flame

      about our Mock Trial Team!

      The students have done a great job all year writing articles!

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    NJDFL 2020 VIRTUAL TOURNAMENT

    • ADAM BRETZ FINALIST IN THE 1st (VIRTUAL) NJDFL TOURNEY

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      Bretz Qualifies to Represent Kingsway in States

      The KRHS Drama & Debate teams competed in the First Virtual NJDFL Tournament on December 2nd and 12th, 2020.

      Due to the Pandemic restrictions, NJDFL official and coaches revamped the tournament to allow students to virtually experience the preparation for and the thrill of performance. Seven high schools and over 200 hundred students competed and submitted high quality work as the NJDFL continues to meet its Mission Statement even in these challenging times.

      The Mission of NJ Dramatic & Forensic League is to foster a creative outlet for high school theater and forensic students, and to provide a forum for competition and constructive feedback. The structure of NJDFL tournaments encourages preparation, growth, and accomplishment in the arenas of drama and speech, which develops skills needed to succeed in life beyond high school.  

      Team Kingsway gave strong performances in these highly competitive events in the League’s first virtual tournament. Yet, Adam Bretz took the spotlight in the category of Dramatic Monologue with his stirring portrayal of John Wilkes Booth from the musical Assassins. Adam took 3rd place overall to qualify for the NJDFL’s State Tournament scheduled tentatively in February 2021. It is without a doubt that Adam Bretz will continue to live up to Kingsway’s motto and commit to excellence.

      Future NJDFL tourneys are in the works as Team Kingsway resumes its drive for excellence in performance.

      To all students curious about Kingsway’s Drama and Debate Programs, contact Mr. A Young (younga@krsd.us) for more details. 

    MOCK TRIAL ADVANCES TO STATE FINALS!

    • The Dragons Mock Trial Team won the Gloucester County Mock Trial Championships on Saturday, January 30th. 

      This advances the team to the Southern Regional Final on February 23rd. 

      Kingsway is one of six teams in the state still competing!The team is led by Lawyers:

      Seniors Grace Chropka and Bhavana Chamarthi, and Sophomore Madeleine Malesich

      Grace is a lawyer for both the Plaintiff and Defendant. 

      Witnesses include Seniors Emily Hessenauer and Logan Buck, Juniors Arya Patel and Allison Helkowski,

      Sophomore Francesca Solari and Freshman Dillon Dukes

    ONE IN A MILLION!

    • Mrs. Fallon Corcoran was our nominee last year for

      STUDENTS IN ACTION campaign, Multiplying Good Awards!

      She was a recipient of one of the awards for their campaign: One in A Million.

       

      Fallon Corcoran is a Multiplying Good One in a Million Award recipient. She’s among the millions of people who are putting others first and using service as a solution to the problems we're facing. Read her story below then nominate someone who's making a difference during this unprecedented time!

      One in a Million Award recipient: Fallon Corcoran

       

      Where she’s multiplying good: Woolwich Township, New Jersey

       

      How she’s multiplying good: She is One in a Million. Mrs. Corcoran, Kingsway School Districts Student Assistance Coordinator, has provided our youth immeasurable social services and support throughout her tenure and continues to do so just as much during this pandemic. She gives emotional support, individual and group counseling, referrals, and crisis screening for mental health. Students have said she meets their needs on a personal level.Mrs. Corcoran also serves as the SADD club advisor, providing all of our students with substance abuse information, rehabilitation, and opportunities to access necessary services to overcome any and all struggles. She has organized group counseling sessions, and assemblies for thousands of our students. She has also organized special presentations and events together with other clubs like Students In Action and in partnership with the GRASP coalition of Southwest Council, our local prevention, education, and treatment services of Gloucester County.Fallons expertise and services to our school community has undoubtedly reached families outside of our campus. She has worked closely with Headstart of Swedesboro, a government organization that provides comprehensive early childhood education, health, nutrition, and parent involvement services to low income children and families. She has even managed to find the time to co advise our High School Student Council and many other events for the student body.For her continued help and support, all of our families and community will forever be grateful and indebted to Mrs. Fallon Corcoran. 

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