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Diamond Brown, sophomore

Diamond Brown, sophomore

Kumari Pacheco, Staff Writer

February 26, 2018

“My greatest accomplishment was the [Mayday] dance. It was Majorette: a type of buck-and-dance, it’s more hips. So you’re moving in a street, a big street, about two miles, and you keep dancing up. There was a lot of music going on...it was pretty much in front of five hundred people.”

Sophia Piasecki, senior

Sophia Piasecki, senior

Kennedy Brown, Staff Writer

February 23, 2018

"I would say that music has been a big part of my life...but in guitar, I didn't feel myself progressing. It was very frustrating a lot of the time, and I wanted to try something new and something that I feel like I could thrive in. I wanted to do visual art, and over the past two years, I've grown ...

Rayna Blackshear, college counselor

Rayna Blackshear, college counselor

Aliena Yost, Staff Writer

February 19, 2018

“If I had the opportunity to travel in time, I would travel to the future. I chose futuristic travel because that is one entity of time that I would never know about. I can research and learn about the things that have happened historically or in the past. I would like to see what that future possesses...

Wesley Smith, vocal music teacher

Wesley Smith, vocal music teacher

Chase Doctor, Staff Writer

February 12, 2018

"I think my most distinctive quality is that I like to problem solve. I am always doing puzzles--I have more puzzle apps on my cell phone than I can count. Even this weekend I did a thousand piece jigsaw puzzle in less than a day. And I always have crossword books, or various word games and that kin...

Jie Cruesoe, 7th grade

Jie Cruesoe, 7th grade

Kaitlyn Eckhard, Staff Writer

February 5, 2018

"I like acting because I can be myself and somebody else at the same time, or I can combine the personalities and make a different personality. " - Jie Cruesoe, 7th grade

Royce Martin, senior

Royce Martin, senior

Elyse Luecke, Managing Editor

January 30, 2018

Natalie Welborn, freshman

Natalie Welborn, freshman

Michael Wafford, Staff Writer

January 29, 2018

“My oldest memory was going to new Mexico with my family, and staying at this place called the El Rey. It's a place that is beautiful; the pool is lined with blue tiles. I remember we kept getting locked out of our room, and we had to keep getting keys every time we unlocked the door. My dad had t...

Morgan Rega, 8th grade

Morgan Rega, 8th grade

Natalie O'Dell, Staff Writer

January 22, 2018

“Every night [over winter break] I stayed up to 1:00 for no reason, just talking to friends...I love talking to my friends...they’re super nice and they’re really supportive...whenever I need them they’re there.  They’re supportive of certain ideas I have sometimes, and they’re just really nice ...

Deontae Collins, 8th grade

Deontae Collins, 8th grade

Brooke Schuessler, Staff Writer

January 15, 2018

“My family is very important to me because, without my family I would be nothing but a poor 14 year old boy. One of the most important is my mom because she is the one who inspires me and basically the one who raised me. The second is my dad because I didn't really have a father when I grew up and...

Reyna Russell, junior

Reyna Russell, junior

Elyse Luecke, Managing Editor

January 9, 2018

"I'm a very humble person. When it comes to pride, I'm cool with just living that down. I care about others, a lot. There's nothing wrong with putting others before you..." -Reyna Russell, junior  

Jaden Johnson, junior

Jaden Johnson, junior

Christopher Corriveau, Staff Writer

January 2, 2018

“My favorite childhood story was Rick Riordan and the Red Pyramid, because it had magic and family issues. Stuff I was going through at the time.” -Jaden Johnson, junior

Mariama Adero-Robinson, junior

Mariama Adero-Robinson, junior

Galen Selligman, Staff Writer

January 1, 2018

  "Life goes on. Don’t let anything ruin your stature, don’t let anything ruin your personality. That’s like one little thing, just, life goes on. Keep pushing and you’ll be okay."-Mariama Adero-Robinson, junior

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