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Upper School Students Solve Real-World Problems at Model United Nations Conference

The King School campus was buzzing as students from all four grades in the Upper School participated in King’s annual, student-run Model United Nations Conference on October 24. Organized by the eleventh and twelfth grade participants, the conference served to train members for upcoming conferences at Brown and Harvard Universities. 

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New Leaders Elected to the Middle School Student Council
 

After building campaigns, delivering speeches, and rallying support, candidates faced off in the Middle School Student Council election over the past few weeks, bringing fresh faces to represent the middle school student body. Elected representatives are charged with sharing student ideas and concerns with the broader school community.

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Sixth Grade Partners With Local Nonprofit to Study Invasive Species

In partnership with SoundWaters, a local environmental nonprofit organization, sixth grade students are conducting a year-long study on invasive species. Their research will include two visits to the SoundWaters station at Cove Island Park, where they will investigate how the Asian Shore Crab population changes throughout the year. 

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King Cares Revitalizes Local Community Garden

It was a chilly February day in 2020 when students from the King Cares B1C Homework Club recognized the potential in the space outside the Building One Community (B1C) center. Maybe some window boxes would brighten the space and improve the view for the B1C community, Covid snarled progress, but the students continued to deliberate, and what started as a discussion about flower pots, grew into a community garden called “Common Ground.”

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