Pass ’em Right

Friday, December 8th 2017 after school at 4:00 p.m. in Mr. Leffert’s room, Game Club assembled for their weekly meeting. This time, they decided to play “Magic: The Gathering,” a  trading card game that is played with big decks of cards that are passed around from player to player. The cards are passed to the […]

15 Essentials to Keep You Cozy

15 Essentials to Keep You Cozy this Winter   Extra-Fluffy™ Throw Blanket Chilly winter weather is quickly approaching. In winter wonderland, you can pet all the polar bears you want. However, in real life, if you try to pet one, you’ll get mauled. Get this Extra-Fluffy Throw Blanket instead! https://www.berkshireblanket.com/extra-fluffy-throw-blanket/product/E0075 Marshmallow Smiling Faces Cute Mugs […]

Pancakes or Waffles?

Monday Mood / Friday Feels

Sometimes it seems as if Mondays are meant to be sad and Fridays are meant to be fun. Below are a collections of student suggested sad songs for Monday and fun songs for Friday. Check them out. Mopey Monday Everyone knows Mondays are for the sad and half awake people. This playlist captures that Monday […]

REACHing Out to Kids

REACH works hard to warn children of the negative effects of drugs at Homecoming.          

Printing Outside the Lines

Theater Club Practices for Perfection

Theater Club is already busy working on their upcoming presentation. They will be performing a play that is deep and moving, but still lighthearted enough to keep an upbeat atmosphere. “This play is a really exaggerated representation of middle school,” said Izzy Jones. “Tammy’s feeling of being a dinosaur is an allegory for feeling out […]

Second Home for the Fall-West Side Complex

       

Vista Dance Set-Up Photo Gallery

       

How to not sink this Inktober

Inktober is a challenge where you make an ink drawing everyday in the month of October based on a prompt.  It’s perfect for anyone who wants to exercise their creativity.  Click on the image below to access the list of prompts.

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