KO hosts National Girls in Sports Day

On Saturday, Feb. 16, 120 girls, ranging from age eight to 14 in the Greater Hartford area, came to celebrate National Girls in Sports Day in the Hoffman Field House from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.. KO’s coaches and student athletes hosted and organized the event. Director of Athletics Debbie Fiske said that this was […]

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KO blood drive saves lives

On Monday, Feb. 25, KO hosted the Warren Baird Memorial Blood Drive, where volunteers from the community came and donated blood to save lives in Soby Gym from 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Dean of Students William Gilyard said that the blood drive was named after Warren Baird, who was, among other things, the chair […]

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Roberts Theater on fire

On Tuesday, Jan. 7, several firetrucks pulled up to Roberts. Dean of Students Will Gilyard said that he pulled the fire alarm after discovering a “stage fire” in Roberts theater. “There was a mechanical malfunction with the stage in Roberts, causing a fire in the control room,” Mr. Gilyard said. “I saw the security guard […]

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Robotics Spooktacular

On Friday, Oct. 26, KO’s Robotics team participated in the Spooktacular event held at The Children’s Museum by showcasing their robot from last year at a booth in the dinosaur exhibit. Senior Matt Safalow contacted the museum early in the year, and Head Coach of the Robotics Team Kathleen DiSanto booked a spot. Senior Ben Poulios […]

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College Advising Takes Early Actions

Over the past several months, the college advising office has been working on changes to shift the timelines of assigning college advisors and holding VQV sessions earlier compared to previous years. As a part of the new schedule, current juniors attended their first monthly VQV session in September. Director of College Advising Jami Silver said […]

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