Aaron Toland | Staff Writer After four years of hard work, many students will now be able to earn a degree: an associate’s degree that is. Tonight, the school’s Early College program will hold a recognition night for the class of 2019 in the auditorium. The program will […]
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Lindsey Shaffer | Staff Writer On Friday, April 26, early college seniors had a hands-on activity to reflect what they learned in class. “It’s a Regency Ball for our ‘Pride and Prejudice’ unit for World Lit,” Ethan Stanley said. “We all brought in food from the period and […]
Aaron Toland | Staff Writer Last Thursday, members of several foreign language clubs learned folk dances in the Media Center. Members of Spanish National Honor Society, French National Honor Society, French Club and German Club were all present. Former eighth grade science teacher Mrs. Fohey instructed students in […]
Izzy Burks | Staff Writer AP Government has always been a one-semester course, but next year it is changing to a year-long class. Due to its crammed, fast-paced schedule, teacher Cale Hoover and social studies department head Cindy Cullom decided to stretch it out. “We’ve been discussing this […]
Aaron Toland | Staff Writer On Wednesday the school held a college and career fair for current juniors and their parents. There was also a presentation on what juniors should expect for their senior year of high school. “We want juniors to start thinking about what their plans […]