Hello! If you were ~cool~ enough to scan this QR code, then now you’re on the KHS Eagles for Action website. Essentially, this group is about making political change, whether it’s just in a place as small as a classroom policy — or advocating for gun reform on a national scale, our goal is to effect lasting political change, and to make a positive impact on the world. Formed after the Parkland shooting in February 2018, and coming into a group following trailblazers for youth activism such as Emma Gonzales, Cameron Kasky, and David Hogg, we decided that we weren’t going to let our voices fade. We were all a part of the National School Walkout on March 14th, 2018 speaking out and advocating for gun reform in the US. There were over 300 student participants, as well as many teachers and faculty, including Mr. Moylan, the principal. Bearing the cold, ice and snow, we trekked outside and around campus, and met outside the student entrance. Student leaders spoke up and gave speeches, talked about why we all were here, and then headed inside to sign petitions and letters to Governor Sununu, Congress, and our Senators. We started meeting during flex, (formerly reading break for us oldies) and began talking about what types of things we wanted to do, and for the future of the club. We had two summer meetings, trying to get our stuff together. Our first meeting, (date TBA) will be held during flex time, in Mrs. Murdough’s room, room A211. We will be welcoming new members, discussing goals for the year, as well as deciding on which policies we’d like to pursue. We hope that you can join us, and become apart of the change! :^) – Cole Schneider