Teachers’ supplies transported into KHS

 - Brad Camp/Staff Photo
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KINGSTON — The tip of the iceberg pertaining to the much-anticipated opening of Kingston High School in September is now clearly visible.

Pousbo-based Hill Worldwide Moving Services started on the job Thursday and is currently in the process of transporting various items belonging to KHS faculty into the brand new facility.

Teachers will be moving into their brand new classrooms in mid-August.

KHS office manager Terry Darrow said she is thrilled teachers’ items are being moved into the building as it makes the school’s opening more tangible.

“It makes it feel like it’s actually going to happen,” she said. “It’s really an exciting time for the school.”

KHS Athletic Coordinator and head football coach Dan Novick agreed.

“I think it’s fantastic that our teachers supplies are being set up in the school,” he said. “As educators, we love kids and every year we eagerly anticipate the first day of school. This is the first step in that direction.”

First impressions can last a lifetime and, Novick said the opening of KHS in the fall will be an exciting opportunity for faculty and students to get off to a great start.

“We know the first few hours, days and weeks at Kingston High School will set the tone for the future environment of the school,” he said. “The more organized and prepared we are, the better it will be for our students. We’re looking forward to it.”

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