West Kings District High School

"Semper Ad Summum" - Always to the Highest

Welcome to the home of the WOLVERINES!

Current News and Announcements
  • UPCOMING EVENTS

    Check the School Calendar (under Calendar Tab) for more information

    Thursday, April 23- Parent-Teacher Interviews, appointment required - Evening Session

    Friday, April 24 - no classes due to Inservice and Parent-Teacher meetings in Afternoon

    Tuesday, April 28 - TADD Turkey Dinner, Kingston Lions Hall 4:30-6:30pm

     

     

    Fundraisers

    TADD Turkey Dinner - All proceeds to TADD Safe Grad activities

    hosted by Kingston Lions Hall

    Tuesday, April 28th 4:30-6:30 pm

     

    After School Programs - free and open to all students

    Rock Climbing - Tuesdays/Thursday - 2:00-3:30 pm

    Yoga - Tuesday/Thursday 2:30-4:00pm, Room B035

    Fitness Club - Tuesday/Thursday 2:15-3:30pm, Fitness Room in Gym

     

    GRAD WEEK 2015 BROCHURE - posted on bottom of this page


  • Wil-Power Basketball Clinics

    Basketball Clinics for males and females aged 14-18 held at West Kings Wednesday and Sunday evenings, starting April 12th.  See Mr Wiseman for more information.

     


  • Acadia Athletics Summer Camps

              

    Interested in attending Acadia Summer Sports Camps?

     

    Acadia University is partnering with Jumpstart (Canadian Tire) and the Annapolis Valley Regional School Board to support youth from ages 4-18 to attend Acadia Summer Sports Camps.  If your family is facing economic barriers and your child is interested in attending summer sport camps at Acadia, please pick up a pamphlet and an application format the school office.  The process is clearly outlined in the pamphlet.  Deadline for applications is May 15th.  You will be notified within 2-3 weeks if your child is eligible and has been accepted.  Don’t miss out on this great opportunity for your child to be active and fit during the summer.

     


  • AVRSB Student Services presents "Smart but Scattered"

    Student Services Learning Disabilities Steering Committee

    Presents

    Smart but Scattered:

    Executive Dysfunction at Home and at School

    with

    Peg Dawson, Ed. D.

    Friday, May 22, 2015

    8:45 am – 3:30 pm

    (Registration begins – 8:15 am)

    Festival Theatre, Acadia University, Wolfville, NS


  • Helping your Child with ADHD

     

     

     

    Child and Youth Mental Health Program

                       

    Topics include:        

    • *ADHD, what it is and how it shapes your child’s life
    • *Medications for ADHD and how they work
    • *Living with ADHD, knowing what works best for your child
    • *Behavioural challenges; school, home, learn what’s behind the behaviour and how to manage it.
    • *More behavioural challenges and learning difficulties

     

    For whom:

    • *Parents of children diagnosed with ADHD,  
    • *Parents looking for education, support and assistance

     


West Kings is a Nut and Scent Sensitive School

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions 1. How do I submit my Grad Write up to the 2015 Yearbook?

Answer #1




Documents and Forms    Personal Developement Credits - Information Guide for Students and Parents
   Personal Developement Credits - List of Approved Providers
   Sr High Mathematics Pathways
   KidSport Application
   Jump Start Application
   Homework Tips Grades 7-9
   Homework Tips Grades 10-12
   J Form - Transporting Students
   Continuous School Improvement - Annual Report June 2014
   WK Grad Week 2015 Brochure
   Meningococcal Meningitis Information