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A taste of what’s coming

Dilligently working with their caclulators and skittles, Shannon Goode works in Mrs. Widsom's 5th hour AP Statistics class.

Taylor Balleau, feature writer

April 15, 2014

While students are the demographic of public education they are completely unaware of how much teachers put into the preparation to teach every day. "I think teachers get an idea of what to teach when they write curriculum," Jackson Aubrey (10) said. "Then they each take that information and design their l...

Altering the make-up of learning standards

Samantha Buchanan, Lexie Beckermann, Bryce Bond, Abbie Lakey, Anthony Carrizales and Nathan Arata (9) work as a group to understand a detailed model of DNA in Mrs. Jeanette Bosomworth's 4th hour Biology class, Nov. 8.

Taylor Balleau, feature writer

December 3, 2013

American students rank 25th in math, 17th in science and 14th in reading compared to students in 27 industrialized countries, as reported by The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Home to baseball, hot dogs and "The Simpsons," the United States may fall short on other frontiers...

Big money, even more money needed

Big money, even more money needed

Libby Moeller, feature writer

November 22, 2013

For the average person who is not financially savvy, the topic of district budgeting and financing becomes an unquestionably tricky one. The inner workings of the budgeting process result in many questions from members of the community. For the past two years students and parents have questioned the lack of renov...

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