Students trace steps of Hartford poet

As part of English teacher Mela Frye’s creative writing class, seven seniors walked the 2.4 mile Wallace Stevens Walk in honor of the poet’s “Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird.” After studying some of Stevens’ works, Mrs. Frye’s class walked the path from Stevens’ home in Hartford to his work on Asylum Road. Having […]

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Assembly honors veterans

On Monday, Nov. 11, from 9:15 a.m. to 9:45 a.m., Spanish teacher and archivist Brenda Semmelrock and junior Riley Gravel led a special Veteran’s Day assembly in honor of the holiday. Riley opened the assembly, followed by a rendition of the National Anthem performed by the Outlook choir. Mrs. Semmelrock gave a presentation on the […]

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Gilyard responds to KO News editorial

On Tuesday Oct. 15, Dean of Students Will Gilyard made an announcement at assembly to the student body concerning KO’s harassment policy. The announcement was in response to the KO News September editorial titled “Unite against assault and harassment at KO.” In a prior assembly, Mr. Gilyard had addressed KO’s harassment policy in a PowerPoint […]

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SAAC engages the KO community

As the school year begins, the Student Athletic Advisory Council, or SAAC, has plenty of ideas for the fall sports season. SAAC officers were recently appointed, and committees are now working on new ideas for autumn events. Seniors Wes Pierce and Angelina Maselli are co-presidents, junior Sydney Smith is vice president, junior Isabelle Berkemeyer is […]

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