By Zac Adkins and Dallas Cole
The Grizzly Gazette and everyone at Nicholas County High School are thankful for our beloved Vice Principal, Ms. King. Unfortunately for us, this is her last year with us here at NCHS, because she has decided to retire.
Although she will be sorely missed, the students and staff of NCHS wish her the best of luck, and we hope she enjoys her retirement. She deserves it after her years of dedication and hard work.
The Grizzly Gazette, on behalf of the students and staff of Nicholas County High School, would like to thank Ms. King for being such a magnificent vice principal.
The following are notes of appreciation to Ms. King from The Grizzly Gazette staff.
“Ms. King has been a wonderful vice principal. I’ve always enjoyed talking and working with her because she genuinely cares about people and loves being involved in things. She will be missed so much!” – Jacob Tallamy
“I would like to thank Ms. King for everything she has done for me and this school.” – Dallas Cole
“Ms. King is not only a great Vice Principal, but also a great person. She’s so nice, and she is very easy to talk to.” – Zac Adkins
“Ms. King has been an important part of NCHS for so long that she is going to leave a huge void when she retires. I am blessed to have had her as my administrator since I began teaching at NCHS 10 years ago. She has been a strong role model to me, not only as an educator but also as a pillar of the community. I am thankful for her guidance and her friendship, and I wish her nothing but the best in her retirement.” – Mrs. Murphy
For a treat, view Avery Nutter’s Hilarious Impersonation of Ms. King!.