Political impacts of a historical and polarizing election felt on KO’s campus

by Teddy Crowther ’21 and Ashleigh Stepnowski ’21 Across the entire country, the United States’ presidential election has captivated the attention of people across the nation, including KO’s own campus. On Saturday, Nov. 7, 2020, the Associated Press, along with many other media organizations, called the presidential election with Former Vice President Joe Biden narrowly […]

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Online learning decisions: inside the transition from campus to computer

Over the past two weeks, KO’s entire community has undergone a substantial transition to online learning due to the coronavirus pandemic. The transition has proven challenging for many administrators and teachers, but the school is still determined to give students the best opportunities possible for their education. This transition into online learning has been given […]

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