Mr. Miles moves on miles away

The KO community bids farewell to science teacher Clay Miles as he heads off to Maine to work for Camp Winona as Assistant Director and Head of Leadership Development. Throughout his 31 years at KO, Mr. Miles has certainly touched the lives of many students on campus with his guidance, advice, and compassion. Right out […]

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Bailey departs KO after 19 years

If you’ve ever been to the bottom of the CT building, you’re more than familiar with science teacher Lisa Bailey’s infectious smile and absolutely adorable dog Maggie. Compassionate, cheerful, and caring, Mrs. Bailey has certainly been a staple of the KO community. Now, after 19 wonderful years at KO, Mrs. Bailey is leaving to care […]

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Sam Rapp Pursues Patriotic Dream

While most kids dream of being an astronaut or a doctor, senior Sam Rapp had a much more patriotic occupation in mind. Soon, he will be one step closer to achieving his dream as he enlists in the United States military. After an early graduation from KO on May 21, Sam will join the airborne […]

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KO students get vaccinated

Following Governor Ned Lamont’s announcement allowing Connecticut residents aged 16 and older to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, more and more KO students are signing up. This, of course, follows after all KO teachers have been fully vaccinated since April 1.  Many students recall scrambling to schedule an appointment on VAMS, the Vaccine Administration Management System. […]

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Senior Farewell: Jaden Weinstein

After a long tenure with the KO News crew, we bid farewell to senior Jaden Weinstein, a passionate and inquisitive writer for the sports section. Jaden’s first introduction to the world of writing articles was in his journalism class. “I first took journalism because writing articles for the school seemed particularly interesting to me,” Jaden […]

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Senior Farewell: Hunter Meshanic

The KO News has been fortunate to have senior Hunter Meshanic on the staff. As a sophomore, Hunter took the journalism elective on a whim, simply to fill out his schedule, but since then, he has gained a newfound passion for writing for the KO News, specifically for the sports section. Hunter has an extensive […]

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Wyverns weather winter break

With the disappointing lack of snow and uncrowded malls and cities, it’s hard to believe that a three-week winter break has already come and gone. After a challenging and swift week of exams, many, if not all, of the KO community looked forward to the arrival of a much-needed break accompanied by the scenery of […]

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