Kings' Courier

If Corona Didn’t Exist…

If Corona Didn't Exist...

Bella Panmei, Junior Writer

May 15, 2020

Naturally, being quarantined has not been easy for most if not all of us. Many people have or still are struggling with their mental health and others are financially in debt because of certain jobs being put off for the time being. The ones who saved up for vacationing in the summer or had an importa...

Courier Best Award Winners 2019-20

Senior editors Katelyn and McKayla are holding photos of Mr. Engle's first newspaper staffs in 1983 and 1984.

May 14, 2020

The Courier staff votes for the best articles written during the school year. You can easily find these stories by going to our search link.  Student Life Features 1) "An Open Letter to the Corona Virus" by McKayla Thompson 2) "Remember the good ol' days"-  by Bella Panmei 3) "Preparing for ...

The Lake House

The Lake House

Aleya Mygrant, Sophomore Writer

May 12, 2020

My family and I spend many weekends at our lake house. We love spending family time while swimming in the lake and staying in the secluded house in the woods. No one can bother us because of the lack of service and wifi. In my opinion, the house holds lots of character, but my sister thinks the creaki...

Impact Teacher- Mr. Carlton

Impact Teacher- Mr. Carlton

McKayla Thompson, Senior Writer

May 11, 2020

My favorite quote through high school has been “getting the most out of life isn’t what you keep for yourself but rather what you pour into others.” This quote is written at the front of my bible with a list of names of people who have helped shape me into the person I am today. However, this list ...

Mrs. Karmel- Impact Teacher for Hannah Young

Mrs. Karmel- Impact Teacher for Hannah Young

May 9, 2020

Melanie Karmel: my teacher, my coach, my mentor, and my second mother. Mrs. Melanie Karmel has been a major part of my life since she moved to the Galveston area as I entered second grade. From there, our relationship formed into one I never knew I needed. Thanks to this extraordinary woman, I have lea...

A Last Thank You for my Supporters

A Last Thank You for my Supporters

McKayla Thompson, Senior Writer

May 8, 2020

As a Senior, I can say having people in your life that support you and care about you is essential. Going through high school isn’t easy… but with the right people school becomes an enjoyment. I was lucky enough to not just have my amazing family and friends to back me up but my amazing teachers. ...

An Open Letter to My Best Friend

An Open Letter to My Best Friend

Katelyn Schreckenghaust, Senior Writer

April 23, 2020

Savannah,   I’ll forever be grateful to Mr. Shepler for placing us next to each other for our assigned seats back in sixth grade. We always joke that he’s the reason we’re best friends now because that’s when we started talking and becoming friends. That began our friendship, and w...

Meeting with Zoom

Meeting with Zoom

Caleb Johnson, Senior Writer

April 19, 2020

Recently, many students across the nation have utilized the Zoom Video Communications app. It allows students, professors, and friends to connect with each other through their digital screen. Zoom’s unique ability to share screens allows teachers to share their instructions or videos. I joined a Zoom meet...

Mr. Quick: My Impact Teacher

Mr. Quick: My Impact Teacher

Samuel P Miller, Senior Writer

April 16, 2020

I would not categorize myself as a “strong” guy. When teachers asked for help moving heavy objects, I remained seated. I’d like to say Mr. Quick molded me into the mountain of a man I am today, but I probably will pass out before I end this sentence. I was under the tutelage of Quick for two y...

A Dream Shot Down

A Dream Shot Down

Caleb Johnson, Senior Writer

April 6, 2020

We all heard the news about school being cancelled before spring break. Then we heard about school being cancelled until May 1st. Now, school is put on e-learning for the rest of the year. I have mixed feelings about this. I felt relieved when we cancelled the week before spring break; however, the canc...

Netflix Comes to the Rescue

Netflix Comes to the Rescue

Bella Panmei, Junior Writer

March 22, 2020

With the cancellation of school, sports, and work, we are all basically forced to stay home and prevent going out as much for our safety and others. Time with friends is limited and people’s favorite places are closing. Of course, we still have the amazing world of technology to allow us to communicate with...

Dear Coronavirus

Dear Coronavirus

Cana Jones, Sophomore Writer

March 21, 2020

School, softball, my sixteenth birthday party, a girl’s day out, friends, time spent with my grandma, and several foreign exchange students here and in surrounding areas are all things the coronavirus has easily taken away from me and many others. Not being able to do much outside of the house has g...

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