Issues and Virtues of Online Article Writing

Is being stuck at home as much of a hindrance as it seems?
John Bumgarner, Staff Reporter May 11, 2021

Most of the articles written for a school newspaper need to be written at school, as expected, but working from home is not as much of an issue as one might think. Most students have a phone or device...

Student Cameras: A requirement, or simply a nuisance?

Is seeing the student appearance really worth the hassle?
John Bumgarner, Staff reporter January 29, 2021

This is one of the debates that has been going on since online school was first done. Instead of the smiling, or frowning faces of their students, teachers sometimes have to look at a smorgasbord of...

“New Year, New Me”

The New Year has many opportunities for goals and achievements.
Allyson May, Editor in Chief January 29, 2021

Although the New Year has been different than others with COVID, there is still enough room to create some new goals for this year.   Most people like to create a resolution to keep track of their...

Midterms After Break?

Does midterms have a positive or negative impact with students?
Tianna Lamando and Olivia Osborne January 21, 2021

School is a place that we learn and grow as individuals. Homework, quizzes, tests, and classwork is daily when attending school. Testing students’ knowledge and seeing where they rank is crucial to...

Legitimacy of Online Testing

With tests moving online for most students, who wouldn't take advantage of it?
John Bumgarner, Staff Writer January 21, 2021

Open note tests are the best thing since sliced bread, according to students. So, what would the students reaction be to having access to their notes, and better yet, the entire internet, without the school...

The Perks of Being a Wallflower Book Review

The Perks of Being a Wallflower Book Review

Stephen Chbosky delivers a unique, captivating, and heartfelt story that everyone should read.
Cassie Santella, Staff Reporter November 10, 2020

The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky, originally published in 1999, follows a boy named Charlie through his freshman year of high school. Charlie writes a series of letters to a...

Around November 8th, Disney Springs will have their special Christmas trees up for displace that related to movies.

Here comes Santa Claus

Students are asked if it is too early to start with Christmas activities.
Erin Behrmann, Editor in Chief November 3, 2020

As Halloween passes by, Thanksgiving is right around the corner. But is it too early to start Christmas activities? Such as decorating, baking, listening to Christmas music, etc. While some may think...

Chocolate covered strawberries are always an essential when dipping in chocolate.

Dipped in Chocolate

The personal how-to guide with chocolate covered foods.
Allyson May, Editor in Chief October 27, 2020

Treats, sweets, and everything unique when it comes to baking. With Halloween season and Christmas around the corner, baking will take a huge part of fun activities. Although baking can take up a large...

A kid watching an old 2000s TV show.

Childhood TV shows worthy to watch

Here are some of the most memorable 2000’s cartoons.
Grace Mercer, Staff Reporter March 13, 2020

TV shows in the 2000’s will always be memorable and have value for people. Before phones took over, TV was one of the few technologies that kids were obsessed with along with the computer.Here is a list...

The Cookies are Back in Town

Review of each girl scout cookie.
Allyson May, Staff Reporter March 11, 2020

The moment has come: cookie season is back and new flavors have hit the area. With a large variety of types of cookies, yields personal opinions on each one and their flavors.  Thin Mints: These give...

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