The Herd

Photo Journalism: Boy’s Baseball

Marran Oakman, Staff Writer

April 28, 2017

The Boys Baseball Team had a scrimmage on a sunny day in Biddeford at Saint Louis Field at 5:00 PM.  The team had a strong showing and won 5-0.  They currently hold a 1-2 record with a regular season win over Fryeburg.  

Syrian Conflict: What to Know

Louise Holway, Senior Editor/Staff Writer

April 28, 2017

Get informed about the basics of the Syrian Conflict and how it affects your life

The War for Independence

The War for Independence

Liesl Quigley, Staff Writer

April 9, 2017

When Scotland voted decisively to remain in the UK in 2014, most thought that it would be the only independence vote for some time. The then-Scottish first minister Alex Salmond stepped down, while the then-prime minister David Cameron claimed that the three parties in parliament would work together...

March Madness 2017

March Madness 2017

Gabby Fogg, Staff Writer

April 7, 2017

March is notoriously a long and boring month; however, millions of college basketball fans across the country would disagree. The highly anticipated NCAA Division I basketball tournament, popularly referred to as “March Madness”, saves many of us from spring fever. Featuring sixty-eight teams fro...

March Madness 2017

Gabby Fogg, Staff Writer

April 7, 2017

March is notoriously a long and boring month; however, millions of college basketball fans across the country would disagree. The highly anticipated NCAA Division I basketball tournament, popularly referred to as “March Madness”, saves many of us from spring fever. Featuring sixty-eight teams fro...

Prudential Spirit of Community Award

Kylie Rossborough, Staff Writer

April 7, 2017

On May 6th, 102 middle and high school students will converge on Washington, DC to be honored as recipients of the nation’s largest youth recognition program based solely on volunteer service, the Prudential Spirit of Community Award. A high school and middle school student from each state and the...

How to Pull Through the Last Quarter of High School

How to Pull Through the Last Quarter of High School

Marran Oakman, Staff Writer

April 7, 2017

The fourth quarter is finally here, and summer is around the corner.  Seniors might be coming down with "senioritis,” which describes seniors who are unmotivated through the last semester of the school  year. Seniors with senioritis tend to be lazy, tardy to class and have dismissive attitudes.  Senioritis...

A Look to the Future from Glimpses of the Past

Brianna Hayes, Staff writer

March 28, 2017

"Some think that change is good, while some might disagree. Though most students at KHS will agree that the changes at the school will be good."

America First?

America First?

Liesl Quigley, Staff Writer

March 24, 2017

In order to fund a $54 billion dollar increase for the discretionary defense budget, President Donald Trump proposes a slash in numerous different agencies. Some, like the Department of Education, would be forced to redirect their funding to focus on charter schools, while other, like the National Endowm...

Winter Sport Athletes Recognized for Outstanding Performance

Gabby Fogg, Staff Writer

March 24, 2017

At the end of every sports season, the Western Maine Conference recognizes athletes who exhibit outstanding performance. The WMC consists of schools such as York, Kennebunk, Fryeburg, Cape Elizabeth, Falmouth, Yarmouth, Lake Region, etc. This winter, an impressive amount of KHS athletes were selected b...