• New Pool, New Food, Same School

    Monday, January 6, 2020

    Students, faculty, and staff alike await the end of the construction by the band room and cafeteria, as not only will it be the finished result of a grueling year of maneuvering around the construction, but will show off a brand new pool, school wing, and cafeteria. Marking the end of the construction of the […]

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  • Cross Country Sectionals

    Thursday, November 7, 2019

    Cross country team rewarded for their hard work “I think this was the team’s best performance of the whole season,” said Mrs. Melissa Joest, a cross country coach. “We were super pleased with all the girls. We had 5 out of 7 PR (Personal Record) at sectionals, and two of them basically tied their PR. […]

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  • Cheering For Senior Night

    Thursday, November 7, 2019

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  • Not An Actively Typical Monday

    Tuesday, November 5, 2019

    PE Students Break Out Of Routine It’s one of those days where a teacher is absent for a day and a substitute teacher is called in to take over the teacher’s classes for a short period of time or the whole day. During seventh period on October 21st, most of P.E. teacher Shane Fry’s class […]

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Nov
7

Hip-Hop/Rap Poll

Over the past month we have conducted a poll to determine who is the most popular Hip-Hop/Rap artist this year. 25 random students submitted their votes as to who their favorite hip-hop/rap artist is. Juice Wrld was an overwhelming favorite with 8 votes. Coming is second and third were Post Malone and Young Thug with […]

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Nov
7

Cross Country Sectionals

Cross country team rewarded for their hard work “I think this was the team’s best performance of the whole season,” said Mrs. Melissa Joest, a cross country coach. “We were super pleased with all the girls. We had 5 out of 7 PR (Personal Record) at sectionals, and two of them basically tied their PR. […]

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Nov
7

How Well Do You Know Old Hollywood?

Click the link to take this quiz to learn how well you really know classic movies, the actors/actresses, and plots. Questions start out easy, but don’t be cocky. If you get 12/15, you are a certified old movie buff!    

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Nov
7

The cafeteria’s debut delayed until January

When it comes to construction Courtney FitzSimons, the head of the new cafeteria, says it best, “The biggest thing is, anytime you’re working with construction there’s so many moving pieces that it doesn’t always come together when it’s supposed to.” And that’s exactly what happened to the highly anticipated cafeteria. The cafeteria was supposed to […]

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Nov
5

Not An Actively Typical Monday

PE Students Break Out Of Routine It’s one of those days where a teacher is absent for a day and a substitute teacher is called in to take over the teacher’s classes for a short period of time or the whole day. During seventh period on October 21st, most of P.E. teacher Shane Fry’s class […]

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Nov
5

Stealing One Foot For A Day

Review: Five Feet Apart Rarely would you ever meet someone fascinating in the one place where someone never wants to be: the hospital. But in the novel Five Feet Apart, it’s a chance a Cystic Fibrosis (CF) patient will take to break her routine of treatments and medicine. Stella Grant is used to being in […]

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Nov
4

Movie Review – It Happened One Night

Though this movie is black and white, there is so much you can get out of it. During my film lit class this semester, I was able to watch a movie called It Happened One Night. If I’m being honest, I didn’t think I would actually find the movie as interesting as I did, as […]

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Nov
4

Make Someone’s Day

 1. What’s one way you could make someone’s day? Sophomore Matthew Kane says… “I think just saying hi to people in the hallways and being friendly in general could make someones day.” Junior Alyson Haehl says… “Giving compliments and saying things like how pretty they look or something could really make a difference.” Senior Bryson […]

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Nov
4

Pool Preview

Latest news on the new pool “It’s a great space, it’s much larger and more open than the previous pool, there’s a separate diving well which will probably give more functionality for practice and also allow more programming from the community to come in and use it. It will be a really nice facility that […]

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Nov
4

Making a Difference

Climate change committee isn’t finished yet “At first it was only 20 people on the track, and then people just kept coming. Huge waves of people came out with all their signs. It was pretty crazy,” said Abigail Lee, a member of the climate change committee, when asked about the success of the climate strike […]

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Oct
8

Student Parking Madness

Many seniors this year have one more struggle and annoyance that they have to deal with besides college applications and homework… and that is parking. The student lot lost a lot of the spots they had, basically causing seniors to hope they get a spot if they aren’t there early enough. As a result, many […]

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Oct
8

Speak of the Devil: Episode 1

The first ever episode of Speak of the Devil, a sports broadcast hosted by Hojun Yun, Joey Gavin, Kiersten Wood, and Ava Doty, features varsity soccer players Noah Stenberg and Gwen Barnett. They comment on their seasons thus far and predict how far they see their post season going. They also talk about the new […]

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Oct
8

Charli XCX Speaks to the Future on her New Album

In the 5 years since Charli XCX’s previous album, Sucker, Charli started a pop music revolution. After joining forces with boundary-pushing label PC Music and releasing wild experimental singles, EPs, and mixtapes, her new album, Charli, released on September 13th, 2019, takes her new, unique style of pop music to new heights. Charli is genre-defying, […]

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Oct
7

How To Survive The School Construction

Struggling with the constant rush of school and finding a way around the new changes around the school? Here are some tips from fellow students to help you feel more at ease.  

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