Morning Prayer:

Day 8 – Novena to the Holy Spirit

In the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen

Let us bow down in humility at the power and grandeur of the Holy Spirit. Let us worship the Holy Trinity and give glory today to the Paraclete, our Advocate.

Oh Holy Spirit, by Your power, Christ was raised from the dead to save us all. By Your grace, miracles are performed in Jesus’ name. By Your love, we are protected from evil. And so, we ask with humility and a beggar’s heart for Your gift of Self-Control within us.

Your Martyrs had the overwhelming self-control to go joyfully to a painful death without shrinking from the opportunity to join You in heaven. Give us this self-control to have command over our emotions and desires that we may serve You more fully. Amen.

In the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen


  • Birthday wishes go out to: Mr. Steve Walker, John Riedl
  • Weekend Birthday wishes go out to: Mrs. Ferowich, Lizzie Duncan, Emily Holt, Kendall Williams, Addie Hopkins, Molly Deinhart
  • Attention, all students: today is the Student Council election. Please vote for the five students you think will best represent your class on Student Council. Voting will be done online; an e-mail with the voting link will be sent to you by 8:30 am today. You must vote by 2:45 if you wish to do so. Good luck to all candidates!
  • Last night, the Men’s Soccer team lost a heartbreaking match after 80 minutes of regulation, a lightning delay, 4 overtime periods, and penalty kicks. Congratulations to the team for a tremendous effort. In spite of the loss, they play Saturday at Greeneville, with a chance to advance through to the State tournament in Murfreesboro. Saturday’s game details are TBD.
  • The library will be closed today for AP testing.
  • If you are interested in taking a mission trip to an orphanage in Latin America during the summer of 2019, please come see Miss Counts or email her at for information.
  • Please check LOST & FOUND in the Office before you leave for the summer.
  • Students applying for a Permit this summer needing a Certification of Compulsory School Attendance form, please sign up in the Office before the last day of school.
  • If medication was brought into the Office at the beginning of the school year for a student, parents please email Mrs. Kathy Ferowich at, giving permission for your student to retrieve it.
  • The following students have been chosen to be on the yearbook’s editorial staff for next school year:
  1. Caroline Gheen-Editor
  2. Caroline Hunse-Assistant Editor
  3. Natalie Perry-Photo Editor
  4. Davis Clem-Assistant Photo Editor
  5. Olivia Cunningham-Academics Editor
  6. Maggie Keener-Sports Editor
  7. Raigan Wright-Student Life Editor
  8. Madi Kelley-People Editor
  9. Mary Frances Penn-Index Editor
  • Library materials are due by Friday, May 18. Please check your email for a reminder of items you have checked out.
  • Boys Basketball try-outs are May 29, 30, and 31 from 3:30-5:30 in the KCHS Gym. These try outs are open to any boy. Bring your own shoes and gym clothes, and make sure to see Coach Hutchens before the first day of try-outs if you intend to try-out.
  • A friendly reminder that today, Friday 5/18 is locker clean out day. Please be sure to empty everything out of your lockers and place them within the appropriate bins; either recycle bin for recyclable items or in the trash bins for anything else. Please note that three ring binders are not recyclable, but please consider donating them if they are still in decent condition. The same goes with locker shelves. (Place them outside Mr. Pumariega’s office door) All textbooks are to be turned in, otherwise you will be charged. Note: they are not cheap. In addition, make sure that you keep your padlocks for next year. Otherwise you’ll be required to purchase another lock. Again ~ keep your padlocks.If you have any questions, please see Mr. Pumariega.