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 […]
Nick Wilson | Staff Writer Q: What are your plans as a president? What do you want to focus on/improve? A: There are a lot of really exciting things that Macy (Vice President) and I are looking forward to next year. One of those is just raising school […]
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McKenna Bryant | Staff Writer & Photographer Click on this photo to learn more about some of the artists and their artwork being displayed during Festival of the Arts. If you would like to see your artwork added to our coverage, please send the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org: […]
Sophie Freeland and Brenna Emerson | Staff Writers Tease your hair, do your makeup, and get those rhinestones! That’s right, it’s almost time for our school’s annual Spring Spectacular! Every year show choirs put on a final show for everyone to come and enjoy with something new to […]
Graham Kanwit | Staff Writer Today, students will be able to enjoy sandwiches, salads, cookies and shakes from Chick-Fil-A as part of the Special Olympics’ Champions Together fundraiser. The items will be delivered during STaR, and 20-25 extra sandwiches may be available for purchase during lunch. “We’re trying […]
Aaron Toland | Staff Writer Last week, current freshman Sahil Sura was officially elected sophomore class president. As sophomore class president, Sura’s main responsibility will be the planning of the annual homecoming dance. Q: Why did you decide to run for sophomore class president? A: “I decided to […]