The Sherlock Holmes production was a success at Northeast Kings Education Center over the last weekend. The cast performed April 4 to 6 and the school was raving with great reviews of the play when classes began on April 7.
The NKEC rock wall is now open. Rock wall climbing is physically beneficial in helping the body become strong and flexible. There is a free afterschool program made specifically for girls at NKEC called Rock Divas that will begin on April 14, putting the rock wall to use. The Rock Divas club will take place on Mondays and Wednesdays, beginning at 5:30 p.m.
There is a competition between NKEC and Horton to see who can give the most blood on May 26 at the Kentville Fire Hall. Senior students who are at least 17 years old are being recruited to donate to a great cause. A bus will be provided to bring students to and from the school to the Kentville Fire Hall. The event will run from noon-1 p.m.
There will be an Easter-themed grad social April 16 hosted by the NKEC grad committee. The social will run from 6 to 8 p.m. There is a fee of $2 at the door to put toward fun prizes and game supplies. There will be an egg toss, snacks and games such as Just Dance.
High school students will bring home with report cards on April 16. Due to Easter weekend, there will not be classes on April 18 (Good Friday) or on April 21 (Easter Monday).
NKEC’s prom committee has decided the prom theme to be the Roaring Twenties Masquerade. The theme is to take on the Great Gatsby idea set in the 1920s with the mysterious touch of a masquerade. The committee is still throwing around ideas for the big event, which will occur on June 14.
The NKEC Senior boy Titan’s hockey team attended the annual Valley High School Hockey League banquet, where Tanner Ward and Dylan Troop won the co-team MVP.
The Titans Cheer team headed to Halifax for a cheer expedition at the Halifax Forum March 28-29. The Titans cheered among 100 other cheer teams. Some of our fellow Titan students also represented the Annapolis Valley Cheer Club.