Senioritis is real

Story originally published on 05/21/18 on Senioritis is described as a lack of motivation during a students final year of high school. Though it has been debated, many students in their senior year have claimed to experience this ‘disease.’ Seniors have claimed to have experienced a decline in motivation which has called for a decline... Continue Reading →


Boys swimming and diving banquet

Story originally published on 04/03/18 on On Wednesday, March 21, the boys Swimming and Diving team celebrated the end of their season with a banquet. During this banquet, team members received awards and letters for their achievements. “I feel as though it was an honor to be able to work as hard as I... Continue Reading →

From the field to the classroom

Story originally published on 09/26/16 on Grades are important to many students, and sports can have a huge impact on how students study. Since most sports have frequent practice after school, many athletes learn to manage keeping up with their school work and athletic commitments. “I try to balance out which classes are more important... Continue Reading →

Saving a life

Story originally published on 4/21/17 on The American Red Cross will be operating a blood drive in the fieldhouse on April 21. The blood drive is available for all eligible students and sign-up information will be available during lunch during this week. Students must turn in a consent form before signing up for a time to... Continue Reading →

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