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Two days, four hours of school…but not for everyone

Leo Crowder, Reporter

February 20, 2014

Filed under Journalism, News

It is not often that students have only a 2-hour school day, 2 days in a row. This happened Monday, February 24 and Tuesday, February 25 because of the AIMS testing for all sophomores. All sophomores,... Read more »

The balancing act, classes and athletics.

Lexie Mink

January 14, 2014

Filed under Journalism, News, People, Sports

All athletes know that balancing classes and sports is a common struggle. From maintaining good grades to working up the energy for big games, school can be very stressful and overwhelming for an athlete. ... Read more »

Vandalism before Vacation

Caleb Ronning, Reporter

January 14, 2014

Filed under News, NewsFlash

  You see it in the hallways. You see it in the bathrooms. You see it on the floor, and on the sidewalk. But you don’t do anything about it. If it doesn’t affect you, then you think that... Read more »

Students lack of fundraising

Elena Kalina, Reporter

January 14, 2014

Filed under News, NewsFlash

Students and faculty have organized a few events to raise money for charitable purposes. So far, we have had one big and successful fundraiser. The Feed My Starving Children quarter collection raised a few thousand dollars that... Read more »

Taking On the Test

Daniel Carmack, Reporter

January 10, 2014

Filed under News

Tests are a big part of high school, so they severely impact your grade if you don't do well. Some high school students struggling with these tests, an issue that is called test anxiety. Test anxiety is normally... Read more »

Balancing it all can be difficult for some to manage

Leo Crowder, Reporter

January 10, 2014

Filed under Journalism, News, People

Many students work part-time jobs,  for lots of reasons. And for those who are contemplating applying for a job, now is definitely the time. The start of a new year is a great time to apply for jobs. Though... Read more »