During the week I heard that Kings Meadows High School was holding 'King for a Day'.
This was from one of the prefects:
"Tomorrow at kings meadows is king for a day.
The prefects decided we wanted to do something in honor of you and to help out your family.
We decided because of your love for sport to make it so people can wear any sports clothing and just donate a gold coin. All money raised is going towards your family.
The prefects used a whole bucked of the big chalk sticks today to write 'king for a day' all ar...ound the school everywhere. On walls, pavements even the road ! It's all for you and your family kingy.
We miss you soo much and hope you will be watching down on us tomorrow. Ive even heard that some past students will be wearing their sports colours! And some are coming to the school to donate!! You definantly had a great effect on us and we love you dearly.
I will be wearing my hawks gear as you would expect and I'm pretty sure a lot of others
will be too!
Missing you so much."
"kingy :( school isnt the same without you, i miss seeing your smile while walking around the school and having a joke about my brothers perfect hair or arguing about collingwood not being gay. :P
todays a day for you kingy. and i hope your looking down on all of us proud, but sorry i had to wear my collingwood colours. love you kingy, miss you ♥"
Still can't quite believe youu aren't gonnaa walk into my home room and tease me about Dannielle, or be there too encourage me at the athletics carnival. :(
Tomorrow, 'King for a day'.
I'm getting suited up, head to toe in race gear, I don't know if you're into racing, but it's happening for youu. ♥♥
I know you're sitting up there with Noah, watching Hawthorn win old premierships and playing around, and in a way, knowing you two are having fun together again makes it alright. :)
I love you Mr King. ♥♥♥"
I never got a chance to say Goodbye on our last day last year..
I miss you heaps mr king :("
Thank you KMHS for supporting our family so much. I know that Aaron would be so happy and proud that he taught at such a fantastic school.