Fourth grade students enjoyed a day at the Little Red Schoolhouse this week. This building was the first schoolhouse in southeast Florida and now provides a “living history” program that takes students back in time to experience a day in a one-room school of the 1890’s. Students dressed as children from that time period, practiced… Continue Reading
First graders have learned many interesting facts about bugs during their recent unit study. This week they presented their bug research projects to classmates and parents. Each student selected a bug to research, write about, and create a life-size model. There may be some aspiring Entomologists among this talented group of students.
Have you noticed the new segment TKA Trending News on the school Facebook page? This weekly news segment presents links to topics in today’s interesting world. The two features recently posted reached more than 4,000 friends and people are sharing these attention-grabbing stories. Click here to visit TKA’s Facebook page and make sure you “Like”… Continue Reading
Congratulations to Elementary 3rd grade teacher Rhett Paulsen and HS Academic Support teacher Deanna Mayer for receiving the March Teacher of Excellence Awards (TEA)! These teachers go above and beyond for our students and are daily examples of His heart and hands. TKA is blessed to have you!
TKA elementary students participated in three days of “Spiritual Emphasis” this week with George Estornell, Pastor of Children and Families from Family Church WPB. Using Solomon’s messages of wisdom and truth to his sons in the book of Proverbs, Pastor George challenged students to see God as the architect of their lives and helped them… Continue Reading
Elementary Art Teacher Christina Schwartz and High School Science Teacher Mary Virkler received the March Teacher of Excellence Award (TEA)! These teachers were recognized for going the extra mile in the classroom during the past month. TKA is blessed to have you!
On Monday, TKA hosted the Lions’ track and field invitational. More than a dozen schools from around Palm Beach County competed in all events. TKA boys finished 4th out of 13 teams. TKA girls finished 2nd out of 12 teams. The girls 4×100 relay finished 1st! Sierra Smith placed 2nd in the 100 meter dash…. Continue Reading
Attorney Bradley Harper spoke to the Political Science Club on Tuesday about the process of being elected as a county court judge. He also explained a second track, that of appointment to a judgeship by either a governor or the president. He demonstrated the importance of voting, making the point that when the numbers are… Continue Reading
The concert performance of Wicked The Musical is spectacular! “It is witty, romantic, and thrilling!” shared one audience member. Don’t miss your last chance to get tickets for one of the remaining three performances. Click here to purchase your tickets or call 888-718-4253.
Several members of TKA’s administration, faculty, and PTF Friends of the Library attended the Love of Literacy Luncheon last week at the Kravis Center with guest speaker, international bestselling author, and literacy advocate David Baldacci. Baldacci stressed the importance of tackling illiteracy in America. He stated that every socio-economic problem in society can be linked… Continue Reading