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The King William High School Chapter of the National Honor Society sponsored the “Souper Bowl of Caring,” a canned food drive which benefitted the Cornerstone Food Bank in Aylett. It was a friendly competition among the classes with the seniors collecting the most canned food. Over 250 nonperishable items will be donated to the Cornerstone Food Bank.
Students from the King William High School Governor’s Youth Development Academy visited the College of William and Mary on Saturday, February 6, 2016. They enjoyed a campus tour, lunch at the dining hall, and a basketball game.
It is said that an army moves on its stomach and feeding troops has always been a challenge since the American Revolution when the origins of the United States military and nutrition began. At King William High School, AFJROTC cadets had an opportunity to see what our troops eat and to learn about the nutrition of our military, beginning with the American Revolution to present day.