Night to Shine, a prom for teenagers and young adults with special needs, was held at Grace Farms in New Canaan on Friday, February 8 and was a memorable event the King School Varsity Girls Basketball was excited to take part in. Sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation, individuals with special needs and disabilities from across Fairfield County attended the annual gathering with volunteer buddies and enjoyed an evening with friends they won't soon forget.
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Last summer, Laura Bowe, History Faculty, traveled to Vienna on a Faculty Sabbatical, to explore psychology and the lives of Sigmund Freud and Viktor Frankl. Ms. Bowe's sabbatical is one of many ways in which King supports a top quality Professional Growth and Development (PG&D) program, which is a cornerstone of our success.
Students in Dr. Zoubek's Archeology class spent Tuesday morning conducting a field walk on the baseball field grass area to hone their skills in evaluating an area for excavation. Dr. Zoubek's Archeology class is one of many courses in the Upper School that go beyond the scope of the Advanced Placement program and conduct college-level work.
In late January, Grade 7 students enjoyed a day of service and activities at Building One Community: The Center for Immigrant Opportunity, Long Ridge Rehabilitation Center, and Trap't Escape Room. Students worked with local communities for a morning of meaningful service and collaborated as a team for afternoon activities.
The student became the teacher on Wednesday night as three US students guided guests through the new Innovation Lab and provided instruction on the equipment. The event served as the grand opening of the Lab and included a ribbon cutting ceremony and donor appreciation reception for a group of faculty, students, and donors.