KHS Career Week Video Recap
Enjoy this short video recap of KHS Career Week! We're grateful to have such a supportive business community that recognizes the value in preparing students with the skills and knowledge they need to fill the well-paying jobs of the future.
Panthers vs. Cancer a Big Success
The Knoxville Community School District would like to thank everyone who participated in and attended the Panthers vs. Cancer event recently at Knoxville High School.
Additionally, we would like to thank our sponsors, silent auction donors and everyone who placed bids on these amazing items! Through the generosity of the Knoxville community, we were able to raise $23,235.78 from Panthers vs Cancer which combined with $25,353.24 from Cancer Relay brings the total to $48,589.04!
This year, half of the money raised will go toward the American Cancer Society. The other half will be donated to the Knoxville Hospital and Clinics Foundation, which recently received a donation to build a new cancer treatment and infusion center.
If you didn’t get to see the event or want to relive the magic of the event, you can view it on our KHS Activities YouTube page!
Thanks again to our players, donors, sponsors, attendees and the entire Knoxville community for your continued support of the Knoxville Community School District! #KCSDPride
KHS Student Wins Voice of Democracy District Competition
Hayden received the honor based on a speech she gave. She also finished fourth in the state after competing against more than 1,000 other students!
KMS Teacher Named VFW Teacher of the Year
Knoxville Middle School Math TeacherJim Uitermarkt has been named the VFW State of Iowa Teacher of the Year!
According to the VFW, Mr. Uitermarkt is receiving this award due to his continuing efforts to educate our youth about history and patriotism. This year was extra special, as students were able to witness the World War II Dream Flight along with seeing the funeral of Colin Powell.
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