KSS to host an open house on May 26

Closure fears on the agenda

Have you ever wondered what goes on at Kwalikum Secondary School (KSS) during the day? 

Here’s your chance to find out. 

The students and staff of KSS invite the community to an open house on Thursday, May 26, where the public will have a chance to see some of the classes in action. Stop by and choose from a wide variety of activities or merely sit back, relax and watch the entertainment.

The school will showcase the best of the students’ work in a variety of forms such as drama, art, auto shop, sciences and photography. 

Leadership students will guide visitors around the school to get a glimpse of what the students are achieving each and every day.  

Come and enjoy some different workshops along with a talent show split up into two segments for your enjoyment — one at 11:15-12:15 and then again at 4 to 5 p.m. All activities will be finished off with a barbecue feast put on and sponsored by the P.E staff at  5 to 6 p.m. 

The activities will start at 8:30 a.m.

We hope to see you all there!

 

 

 

— Aleah Chaytor and Josselynn Singer are students at KSS.

 

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