Archives for April 2014

KHS Represented At National History Day Competition

  These students participated in group performance at the National History Day State Competition.

Students Attend SCC STEM Fest

Students who attended the STEM Festival at SCC on Saturday, April 26, participated in many hands-on activities including listening to a heartbeat on a Sim Man, extracting DNA from a strawberry, and welding.  Many local corporations discussed careers and opportunities in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math.​

PreK Welcomes Easter Bunny

K-Pride “K”haracter Week – April 22-25

April 22–25 will be “K”haracter week at Keokuk High School.  Sponsored by the Keokuk High School Student Leadership Team, the week will promote the 3 pillars of our Keokuk K-Pride, “Respectful, Responsible, and Ready”. Members of the student leadership team will be watching for anybody in the high school who is showing leadership and acting with […]

Survey Results Show Gains At KHS

The results from the Iowa Safe and Supportive schools Survey are in, and Keokuk High School is the big winner! Our students took the survey back in February, and the results are very encouraging. The survey addresses what students see as strengths and weaknesses within the school building. We had nearly 500 students complete the survey […]

Prom King & Queen Announced

Prom 2014 was held Saturday, April 12, at the Lake Cooper Event Center (formerly the Keokuk Country Club). Grant Gabel and Taylor Dunn were announced as King and Queen.          

KHS Career Fair

On April 2nd, KHS students had the opportunity to meet and speak with a variety of community business representatives at the 2014 Career Fair. It was a great opportunity for students to receive information about future careers they may want to pursue. Also included in the day were many colleges and businesses that students could […]

Student Authors Celebrated

Winning authors in the Lee County Writing Contest read their poems and stories in the Keokuk High School library April 3.  The Lee County chapter of the Iowa Reading Association hosted the event.  The following local winners also placed at the state level: Kinder – Lily Shuelka, second place, poetry 1st grade- Gracie Thompson, third […]