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Jessica Carter

Jessica Carter, Staff Reporter

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Drummer David King playing as students from different St. Louis schools watch and listen.

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January 22, 2020
Savannah Reed, junior

Savannah Reed, junior

December 18, 2019
Spencer Bruggeman, senior

Spencer Bruggeman, senior

November 25, 2019
Trinity Cox, eighth grade

Trinity Cox, eighth grade

November 19, 2019
Inline for their introductions, seniors Lizzy Baker, Jardyn Williams, Jermaine Williams, and Nuri Broady, prepare themselves to find out who won Homecoming royalty. With four nominees in each category, a nominee for King walked with a nominee for Queen down an aisle to the DJ stand.

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November 12, 2019
The spotlight is on him as senior Martese Davis takes the dance floor. Davis is an outgoing person and never shies away from an opportunity to dance. “I think once I got to GCAA and I really started dancing. I really start like, you know, discovering who I am and what I’m comfortable with. It kinda just became second nature to go wild when a song came on and just dance,” Davis said.

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November 8, 2019
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October 11, 2019
“Alec Benjamin “Let Me Down Slowly” because I’m guessing that if it’s going to be a movie, the character’s going to have a fall. Right? So, that’s like the best song for that. It’s a really nice song i listen to it all the time. For the part where the character would bounce back from their fall, I would choose “Lose Yourself” by Eminem, because I like the vibes from the song for a part like that. During an intense part, “Easier to Run” by Linkin Park would be perfect for that.”

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October 9, 2019
“For the first song, I’ll say “Dream On” by Aerosmith, because I like it. Probably “Lightning Crashes” by LIVE, because it’s got a really meaningful story in the lyrics. It’s about a woman - a friend they had who passed away during childbirth. That’s basically the story. Lastly, “Your Love” by the Outfield, because it’s a really, really good song. It’s a song about a guy in a long-term relationship and he’s having trouble with it. He’s doing things he shouldn’t be doing when he’s in a relationship. It starts off with this girl who’s on vacation and he calls her over.”

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October 9, 2019
“Song number 1 would be like a classical piece by Mozart or someone for like the first half of the movie, because when I start my day it’s pretty chill and peaceful. So, it’ll be narrating me walking through the halls, talking to my friends, going to advisory, waking up and taking a shower, etc. Then towards the middle of the movie, it would be a sad song because through second and third period I’m like mad/sad, especially on A-days, because I have last lunch. The last hour and a half of that movie would probably be “What Time Is It?” from High School Musical 2, because when I get out of school I’m so happy as soon as I get home. I go to sleep and then I do my homework. It’s just smooth sailing for me getting out of school. So, probably those three songs.”

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October 9, 2019
Carol Fuches, SPED teacher

Carol Fuches, SPED teacher

September 23, 2019
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