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Kids do not want to work anymore

Kids do not want to work anymore

Cassidy Klock, Reporter

March 30, 2020

Kids nowadays feel they have no extra time for a job. Some kids are busy with things ranging from sports and clubs to getting extra help on school work. In other cases, the idea of getting a job does not even come to mind.  Some people do not see the problem in this, especially teens. But what many...

Students need to be comfortable with scheduling, changes

Students need to be comfortable with scheduling, changes

Editorial Board, Reporters

January 26, 2020

As students prepare for the changes of the upcoming school year, several suggestions could make that process more comfortable and keep students informed. An open assembly where students can express their opinions and ask questions they feel need to be answered would be a good first option. Students w...

New Year’s resolutions, possible or impossible?

New Year’s resolutions, possible or impossible?

Paris Lawson, Reporter

January 3, 2020

Why do New Year’s resolutions always have to be so grand? Many New Year’s resolutions always seem to be made on the more extravagant end of the scale. That’s not always a bad thing, but it might be the reason why so many quickly give up or lose interest in their own resolutions. People w...

Writing club needed

Writing club needed

Sufana Hamid, Reporter

December 20, 2019

Writing is a pure art form that expresses feelings of others. It depends on the flow of latent thoughts and words. A few written words have the power of changing the history of the world. An author is willing to write a lively novel that may change a whole person which makes a better future for diver...

Students should take time to preview books during book fair

Students should take time to preview books during book fair

Myah Lear, Reporter

December 16, 2019

During the first two weeks of December, a Scholastic book fair took place during school. The students went down during English class. During this time, many students neglected the time they had to look at or buy books during the book fair. While some claim not to have money to spend they should thi...

Students could do better during class, assemblies

Students could do better during class, assemblies

Myah Lear, Reporter

December 6, 2019

Many students in this school do not know how to properly behave during class or other school activities. Students talk during class and assemblies when teachers and presenters are there for the students benefit.  Students should have learned early on that they must listen to understand. It seems th...

Moving ninth grade to high school will enhance education

Moving ninth grade to high school will enhance education

Editorial Board

November 19, 2019

Moving ninth grade to high school is an efficient action the school board has taken. Students will understand how their GPA works and how it affects their college applications. Additionally there will be a positive effect for students athletes and shared teachers. A lot of ninth grade students aren’t aware...

Sport, clubs, activities need more support from students, teachers

Sport, clubs, activities need more support from students, teachers

Editorial Board

November 12, 2019

There are over thirty different and diverse clubs, sports and music programs here. It can be quite difficult to have support from the student and staff bodies for everything.  Even though it may be difficult to find the time to go and support the clubs, sports and music programs, it is important t...

Is it a sport? The marching band debate

Is it a sport? The marching band debate

Mykenzi Doran, Reporter

November 5, 2019

In marching bands across the world members must do many things at one time, so it's best if they have amazing multitasking skills. The hardest part is playing some kind of woodwind, brass or percussion instrument...while marching and reading music. People may not think of this as a sport, and it is n...

Three fantasy books worth reading soon

Three fantasy books worth reading soon

Paris Lawson, Reporter

November 1, 2019

Almost everyone’s views are different when it comes to reading, and sometimes it can be hard to find a person with the same interest for books. But when it all comes down to it, it doesn’t really matter which books may be considered better than others, the common factor of finding joy in reading will ...

Green Bean Coffee offers delicious drinks, sweets

Green Bean Coffee offers delicious drinks, sweets

Cassidy Klock, Reporter

November 1, 2019

Having a place to grab a hot cup of coffee and a fantastic sweet treat to eat while you study for a test or chat with a friend, is a great addition to any town. But you might be asking yourself, which coffee house should we pick? Or should we go to a cafe? Maybe even a creamery! Greenbean is a coffee...

Life of a twirler: Finding your passion

Life of a twirler: Finding your passion

Danielle Bardelang, Reporter

November 1, 2019

The battle of finding a hobby wasn’t the easiest for me. I went from ice skating to gymnastics, to baton twirling in just two short years. When I finally settled with the sport of baton twirling in 2014, I knew that it was my sport. The ShowTwirlers (a company in town) became my family. The coaches, ...

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