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Senior setterCasey McGlory gets ready to serve.
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Lady Crusaders’ volleyball team believes in teamwork

Coach Michele Lewis-Watts and the Crusaders’ volleyball team are working hard to have a successful season.  Lewis has been coaching and producing leaders for 10 years.  “I believe that sports is an excellent way for girls in particular to learn a lot of things whether that’s leadership or how strong they can be,” said Lewis.  “The goal is always to help each player get better on and off the court.” The team has many wins this season because of the talent on the team.  Their current record is 7-1.










King’s Health Center welcomes all students, and they are ready to listen to whatever medical or social issue students face.
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St. John Providence guides students in STI preventions

This year St. John Providence Health Center at King held its Annual STI Screening Event to keep teens informed about the negative possibilities involved in sexual contact. Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are caused by bacteria, viruses or parasites through some physical contact.


“I want the money to be used to purchase new technology for our journalism program and take outside trips to see how other journalists interact with each other,” said Carrimia Owens. “It would be beneficial for us to see journalists in action.”
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Crusaders' Chronicle's $3,500 grant is ‘surreal’

On April 5, Michigan Office Solutions and the Detroit Red Wings presented high school journalism students with a challenge: Write two 500 word essays in the hopes of winning grants ranging from $1,500 to $5,000 for their school’s journalism program.








King junior Collin Blanford arrives to class daily with his headphones to help him focus.
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Is anyone listening?

One in five teens have some form of hearing loss, a rate that is about 30% higher than it was in the 1980s and 1990s.


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