Advanced Choirs bring holiday cheer, for all to hear

Advanced Choirs bring holiday cheer, for all to hear

January 9, 2024

STEM Ambassadors bridge gender inequality gap

STEM Ambassadors bridge gender inequality gap

January 9, 2024

“It’s all elements, baby,” STEM (Science, Technology,...

What do you want from me?

January 9, 2024

As seniors focus on college applications, many are...

A part of her world
Club draws readers

Club draws readers

February 1, 2024

   Once a month in the library members join together to express their passions...

Locker room access denied over safety concerns

Locker room access denied over safety concerns

January 9, 2024

   It’s a feeling athletes on campus have grown all too familiar with: hauling...

Punching her way to success

Punching her way to success

December 21, 2023

In 2016, Senior Emily Quinn unwillingly signed up for a martial arts class which...

Emmersyn Remick, In-Depth Editor | January 30, 2024

Trends of the past have bled into the new year; and with them come newer ideas, newer fixations, and newer comebacks for previously loved traditions and items. But, some trending items from 2023 are still flying off the shelves.  The Valentine’s Day edition Stanley Cup has become the staple of every Stanley owner’s current collection, and almost no one has been able to get one for weeks. Drunk...

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Students benefit from encouragement

Kenzie Mehl, Feature Editor | December 22, 2023

   When teachers who don’t create a connection with their students or don’t make their classroom a safe space for students it can effect their teaching. Having a positive and ready-to-learn attitude when going to school is exactly what teachers are looking for to have success. But you’re going to need a bit more to reach that point.    Teachers who create an uncomfortable classroom environment...

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May 18, 2021

Do not miss your opportunity to own history. Yearbooks are still available for purchase through the Finance Office and online.

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Join the Newspaper or Yearbook

March 12, 2020

If you would like to be a part of a fun project-based class that offers creative opportunities for writers, photographers, graphic designers, and artists, join the newspaper (Journalism 2) or yearbook class!  Add the course to your CRF, and fill in this short survey.  Questions? Talk to Adviser TeriAnne Libby in D-16.

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