The student news site of Kingwood Park High School

KP TIMES

The student news site of Kingwood Park High School

KP TIMES

The student news site of Kingwood Park High School

KP TIMES

Crosslin Silcott

Crosslin Silcott, Editor-in-Chief

Crosslin Silcott, a senior, is thrilled to be entering her third year on the newspaper staff as editor-in-chief of Kingwood Park Times. She hopes to continue making the voices of others heard by pursuing a career in journalism after high school. In her free time she enjoys drawing, thrift shopping, and staying active. She is a loving mother to her two sons, Franklin and Skippy Jon Jones. Franklin is a veiled chameleon, and Skippy is a siamese cat. 

All content by Crosslin Silcott
Skylar Suggitt clears the bar during a practice at the Bay Area Pole Vault Academy. The senior started pole vaulting as a freshman in high school.

Reaching new heights

Crosslin Silcott, Editor-In-Chief
December 10, 2020
Nurses Julie L’Italien and Mary Fischer prepare the well clinic prior to the start of school. The school added a sick clinic over the summer to allow the nurses to keep students with various needs separated.

‘Sick clinic’ opens with hopes of containing germs

Crosslin Silcott, Newsmagazine Editor-In-Chief
September 7, 2020
Junior Maddie Sandquist heads to Regionals in hopes of earning her third trip to the state championships. Sandquist earned her 100th victory this season.

Five wrestlers advance to Regionals

Crosslin Silcott, Features Editor
February 13, 2020
With the rising number of school shootings each year and no foreseeable end to the violence, many students are left wondering “Am I Next?”

School safety remains a stress

Crosslin Silcott, Features Editor
February 11, 2020
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[Photo] Humans of KPARK

November 4, 2019

Boys Basketball Middle School Night

Crosslin Silcott, Staff photographer
February 19, 2019
Brooke Searcy singing Before He Cheats by Carrie Underwood at the Humble Voice competition.

Victorious Voice

Crosslin Silcott, Staff Writer
January 15, 2019
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