The Herd

Kennebunk Ski Team’s First Race

Ava Gaulkin, Staff Writer

January 11, 2017

Kennebunk High School’s Varsity Ski Team had their very first race of the season last thursday, January 5th. The race took place at Shawnee Peak Mountain in Bridgton, Maine. Not only was this their first race of the season, but it was their first time on the mountain as a team for this years season...

KHS Winter Concert Review

Madalyn Chapman, Editor

December 15, 2016

Each year, the Kennebunk High School Music Department puts on a winter concert with an overarching theme. This year’s theme was “We Are The World.” Each song in the program was listed with their country or city of origin. The concert opened with the Wind Ensemble percussion section performing ...

Wreaths Across America Visits Kennebunk High School

Wreaths Across America Visits Kennebunk High School

Kylie Rossborough, Staff Writer

December 13, 2016

The holidays are times for people to come together, to begin and continue family traditions, and to appreciate those who have given their lives so we can live ours in peace. While they often stay within a family, traditions occasionally reach out to others from all different walks of life. One tradition, ...

The Connecting Beam

The Connecting Beam

Kellie Ryan, Staff Writer

December 13, 2016

There was a recent beam signing in front of the high school to showcase the beam that will connect the new school to the old school. The beam was placed in the hallway that will connects the foreign language wing with the math wing, although it will not be visible when the construction is complete. T...

Winter Sports Preview

Winter Sports Preview

Emma Patterson, Staff Writer

December 13, 2016

Girls’ basketball has three captains: Gabby Fogg, Madi Lux, and Sierra Tarte, who Jessica Dupler, a sophomore, says are “very enthusiastic and determined.” Dupler stated that she thinks girls basketball will have a very successful season this year. “We have many key players with totally different...

Prelude Weekend #1: Recap

Prelude Weekend #1: Recap

Ava Gaulkin, Writer

December 13, 2016

The first weekend of Prelude tends to be the most hectic, especially with thousands flooding into town to sing carols and see the lighting of the tree. Most students look forward to the first prelude weekend of the season, as it means Christmas is right around the corner, and the town is decorated with ...

Deering High School student becomes novelist

Sydney Richelieu, Editor

November 28, 2016

Anna Kendrick’s novel Scrappy Little Nobody is a collection of short stories centering around Kendrick’s life--and her rise to stardom. Kendrick is an acclaimed actress, singer, and now, writer, and is most popularly known for her role as Beca Mitchell in the films Pitch Perfect and Pitch Perfect ...

Humans of KHS – Thanksgiving Edition

Humans of KHS – Thanksgiving Edition

Grace Mastrangelo, Staff Writer

November 22, 2016

“This year my family is going to Granada, Spain, for Thanksgiving. My brother is doing a semester abroad there so we’re going to visit him. For the first time, it will just be the five of us (my parents and two brothers). They don’t celebrate Thanksgiving in Spain, so our “Thanksgiving dinner...

Deals, Deals, Deals, Black Friday has finally arrived

Deals, Deals, Deals, Black Friday has finally arrived

Allie Ferrick

November 22, 2016

After a fun filled day celebrating Thanksgiving, visiting with relatives, or spending a great time with the family. Are you still up for some more fun? Black Friday is just one day closer and it is the first official sign of Christmas shopping and is the day of all deals.   As Christmas Day is ...