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School community faces various scheduling challenges

School community faces various scheduling challenges

Chloe Jepsen, Features News Editor

October 18, 2016


Filed under News, Showcase

New pencils, a clean room, a new outfit: These are just some of the many reminders that the sunny summer days are coming to an end and early mornings and classes are about to begin. But a broken schedule can pose a rocky start to a new year. Many different variables, including class choices and c...

AOM: Noah Sesling

AOM: Noah Sesling

Karina Lorenzo, Staff Writer

February 5, 2016


Filed under Artists Of The Month, Arts, Showcase

Sophomore Noah Sesling stood on stage in the junior version of the musical Into the Woods at his summer camp. While he may have first participated in the show because his friends were in it, Sesling’s passion for singing continued long after the curtain closed. After coming to the realization that sin...

Students express themselves through fashion design

Students express themselves through fashion design

Karina Lorenzo, Staff Writer

December 8, 2015


Filed under Arts

Sophomore Emily Jack made her first piece of clothing when she was six years old through a program program called Sew Easy, where she learned how to sew, iron and make patterns. Jack is not the only student at the high school who creates her own unique clothes. Students who do fashion design are...

Social Worker Feature

Social Worker Feature

Karina Lorenzo, Staff Writer

November 30, 2015


Filed under News

Social workers at the high school work to provide a welcoming place for vulnerable students who need help. There can be a stigma towards seeing a social worker but students are open to the opportunity. “It's seen as something that a lot of kids don't want to do because they want maybe a little more pri...

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