These 2021 graduates completed their Pharmacy Tech certifications. Front row: Sophie Ahmad, Darcy Lane, Jessie Odle, Chloe Duncan, Gracie Gibson, Sydney Berry. Back row: Caitlyn Wallace, Makaila Collier, Sophia Kiser, Caroline Carpenter, Lily Waye, Johnathan Lai. This is a tremendous achievement especially after the year to have another perfect year with this exam. One young lady even tied our school’s highest score.
Juniors and Seniors there are several opportunities within the DB Athletics Department for Work Based Learning Internships (for school credit). ● Are you business minded and interested in retail, merchandise, selection inventory, basic bookkeeping? ● Do have an eye for graphic design, videography and social media? If you are interested in either of these types of positions contact Claire Arbaugh (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the Career Counseling Center or Jimmy Burleson (email@example.com).
Are you interested in power and energy? Would you be interested in taking a 1 hour a week class during the fall semester (possibly during homeroom)? The class would be taught by Appalachian Power team members virtually with a structured curriculum and project based assignments. If you are interested contact Mrs. Arbaugh (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the Career Counseling Center
Free meals will be provided this summer to any child 18 years of age or younger by the KCS School Nutrition Department. Meal availability will be at multiple sites each day. All meals are “Grab & Go” at school sites and van delivery locations. Please see click the title to view the chart of locations and times.