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Students notice positive administrative teams

Brad McClelland, Co-Editor in Chief

December 2, 2015

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The administration this year has been nothing less than awesome. Every administrator has been caught smiling and interacting with the students, and the students have taken notice. The outstanding support from the principal, assistant...

Student views on the new school improvement days (negative)

Kaitlin Darche, Photography

December 2, 2015

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Halfdays in high school seem to be pointless for both the students and staff. Going to school for three or four hours with just 20 minutes of class wastes more time than effectively utilized learning. The education system wants t...

Staying Positive

Alyssa Pometta, Staff Writer

November 6, 2015

Filed under Advice

There are times in life where nothing seems to go right and this is seen a variety of emotions. There’s agitation, anger, overwhelming sadness, and loneliness. For some people, there may not be anything in particular that causes...

Editorial: Violence in Chicago problematic

Editorial Staff

October 30, 2015

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The violence in Chicago has been a problem since the notorious Al Capone ruled the streets in the 1920s, but modern day Chicago violence seems to break records beyond belief. It is ironic that the city of Chicago has the strictest...

Students should clean up after themselves

Kaitlyn Shreffler, Staff Writer

October 30, 2015

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School is a place where students go to learn, but they also need to be responsible and keep the school clean. Students produce trash. Whether it is unfinished food, food wrappers, crumpled paper, or whatever the student doesn’t...

Pre-tests in PE unfair to athletes, teachers

Jake Gleason, Staff Writer

October 30, 2015

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The new school year has had many changes, not all of them welcomed by students. One of these changes is the ludicrous way that P.E. classes are conducted due to the new pre and post testing for teacher evaluation. This year instead...

Justin Bieber Comeback

Marissa Finley, Staff Writer

October 6, 2015

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Justin Bieber is one of the most well- known pop sensations of our time. After taking a break from the media for almost two years because of the irrational decisions he has made, the world has now discovered he was never taking...

Should school be year round?

Brad McClelland, Co-Editor in Chief

September 24, 2015

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The one question no kid wants to hear and most parents want - should school be year round? School should not be year round because students need time to distress from school. If school was year round, students wouldn’t have...

Editor upset with change

Matthew Hehl, Online Editor in Chief

September 24, 2015

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As with every school year, a new year means new policies. Some of this year’s “highlights” include a cell phone usage rule change, no full hour lunch, and even a short-lived ban on water. As with any change, the new rules...

Does school prepare students?

Kaitlin Darche, Features Editor

September 24, 2015

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The education system in America is meant to help students learn, but do the lessons in schools truly pertain to real life? Some graduating this year will have little to no experience in the outside world, and the American system...

“What do I need to do if I join Drama Club and want to get a lead role?”

September 1, 2015

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Drama Club is open to everyone and you can join at anytime. Just show up! In order to recieve a lead role, you must not only excel at the craft of acting, but fit the parameters of the part. When auditioning, remember to "GO BIG"....

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