KDHS: A Peace School!
Congratulations to KDHS for becoming one of the 35 schools in the Windsor-Essex County region who are designated by the Roseland Rotary as a Peace School! KDHS was honoured for meeting Rotary's following criteria: Peace & Conflict Prevention/Resolution, Disease Prevention & Treatment, Water & Sanitation,Maternal & Child Health, Basic Education& Literacy and Economic& Community Development. Sam and Julie Dragich, representing the Roseland Rotary, presented the students who helped work on this project and our school with a plaque and a banner. Way to go Cavs on always working towards peace in our school, our community and the world!
Progress reports have been completed and sent home with students October 15th. Parents and Guardians are invited to attend Parent-Teacher Interviews Wednesday Oct. 17th from 4- 7 pm in the KDHS gym to discuss student progress. Hope to see a good turn out!
An Evening of Excellence
KDHS's Honours Awards were held on October 3rd in Migration Hall to recognize those students who achieved an overall average of 80% and above. With over 300 recipients, KDHS is proud of the scholarly achievements of its students. With Trustee Julia Burgess, and Superintendent Vicki Houston in attendance, our students were given their well-deserved plaques and accolades by Principal, Mr. Toews and Vice-Principal, Mr. Reid. A special distinction goes out to the following students for achieving the highest standing by grade: Grade 9, Ava Augustine, Grade 10, Isla Froese, Grade 11, Joscelyn Bretzlaff, and Grade 12, Emma Flynn. Congratulations to all our high achieving Cavaliers!