McDonald’s Shamrock Shake brings smiles to customers

McDonald’s Shamrock Shake brings smiles to customers

Sadie Price, Reporter

March 20, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Reviews

It's that time of the year for McDonalds!  Shamrock Shake time. The Shamrock Shakes are a yearly tradition for McDonalds selling them every March for St. Patrick's day.   According to Vox, over 60 million Shamrock Shakes haves been sold since 1970. Out of all of the other seasonal drinks, the...

Students NEED five minutes between classes

Students NEED five minutes between classes

Connor George, Reporter

March 15, 2019


Filed under Columns, Opinion

This school year, students have been rushing around to their classes. Students in ninth grade must go from one end of the school to the other. Seventh graders must rush upstairs to head to their next class after gym. An obvious solution to this issue is to extend between class time to five minutes...

Lockdown drills need to be taken more seriously

Lockdown drills need to be taken more seriously

Kaya Newell, Reporter

March 15, 2019


Filed under Columns

As the school year progresses, the number of lock down drills have increased.  But are they really helping that much? Lockdown drills are to practice what schools should do if there was a  lockdown for potentially life-threatening reasons. During assemblies, students are taught if the school is in lo...

Students face dangerous sidewalks

Students face dangerous sidewalks

Sadie Price, Reporter

March 13, 2019


Filed under Columns, Opinion

In the school district area many of the sidewalks and crosswalks are not cleared for pedestrians.  The sidewalks and crosswalks need to be cleared. Cleaning them off fully would be a positive change for the community. Sidewalks cause a big problem because students and faculty have a hard time getting...

Sporting events cancelled due to weather must be rescheduled

Sporting events cancelled due to weather must be rescheduled

Editorial Board

March 11, 2019


Filed under Editorial, Opinion

The winter weather has been affecting sports schedules.  Sporting events should be rescheduled no matter what. Since the school makes up school days, they should make up athletics events as well. Education is critical, but athletics can get students scholarships and participation is  healthier than ju...

Hug Barrels make tastiest drink

Hug Barrels make tastiest drink

Connor George, Reporter

February 28, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Reviews

When seeking out a delicious drink, my first option is always Hug Barrels. I enjoy their easy to hold structure, many flavors, their after drunken uses and low prices. They use a soft plastic that isn’t rough, but still provides a comfortable grip. The ridges on the barrel make it easier to hold on...

R.L. Stine continues to please readers

R.L. Stine continues to please readers

Sadie Price, Reporter

February 28, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Reviews

"Scream and Scream Again" is a book full of mysteries and scary events that will leave the readers on the edge of their seats.  This book has 20 different stories never making the reader bored. Coming into this book, there were low expectations.  It's hard for me to find a book and stay with it, ...

Ariana Grande continues to inspire many

Ariana Grande continues to inspire many

Kaya Newell, Reporter

February 28, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Grammy award winner for “Best Pop Vocal Album,” Ariana Grande continues to inspire millions of people all across the world after just releasing her new album, “Thank U, Next.” Ariana’s song “7 Rings” has held the top spot of the billboard for the past three weeks and has around 55,614,530 monthly listeners on Spotify . ...

Students should be allowed to carry phones

Students should be allowed to carry phones

Kaya Newell, Reporter

February 21, 2019


Filed under Columns, Opinion

In this day in age, a vast majority of teenagers own cell phones.  When students go to school, for over seven hours a day, they are not allowed to carry any type of cellular device on them.   This school year there have been 54 students who have gotten an Audio Visual Violation.  The first con...

Listen up: Announcements are important

Listen up:  Announcements are important

Sadie Price, Reporter

February 20, 2019


Filed under Columns, Opinion

In the morning many students are not able to hear the daily announcements.  Students are missing out on events that already happened or up coming. Students are supposed to remain silent until the announcements are over.  But that's not always the case. Many times if students can't hear they ask...

Pop Tarts satisfy

Pop Tarts satisfy

Sadie Price, Reporter

February 7, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Reviews

My first experience with Pop Tarts wasn't all that great.  I didn't like the one flavor that my family always had. Until one day I came upon many new flavors.   Strawberry was the flavor that made me start enjoying Pop Tarts.  As time went on, I found new flavors and favorites.   Some of my fav...

Kit Kats please taste buds

Kit Kats please taste buds

Kaya Newell, reporter

February 7, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Kit Kats were first manufactured then sold on August 29, 1935, according to Nestle.  Nestle owns Kit Kats and many other popular candy products such as Crunch, Butterfingers, Laffy Taffy, etc. In a survey conducted by Sammy Said, Kit Kats rank at number ten for the most popular candy bar in the worl...

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