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EBN: YouTube unblocked

Natalie Budd (10) studies for AP Euro by watching Youtube videos on the Renaissance era.

Abbey L'Ecuyer, News writer

October 25, 2014

RSD unblocked YouTube for its students in middle and high school, May 2014. Campus is a bit more secure, ironically, now that the world of YouTube is open to secondary students. No longer will teachers have to log in to computers for students so the students can access blocked topics while researchi...

Fanning the flames of service

Celebrating her induction, Jennifer Marey gets her picture taken after the ceremony, April 23.

Perry Overton, JWR

April 24, 2014

Over 100 students were inducted into the National Honor Society in the Commons, Wednesday, April 23 at 7:00 p.m. Although most students know about NHS, few know much more besides those who are in it. At the ceremony, all of the students will dress in business casual and go through the process of...

Studying up on snow days

Studying up on snow days

Lizzie Darrow, news writer

February 6, 2014

Now that the snow-pocalypse is behind us, students and faculty have almost returned to school and the rituals of everyday academics. These nine snow days have affected the routines of teachers and their pupils. Fewer days to cover material means adjustments to lesson plans. “For Senior Literatur...

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...

IDs put to further use

Mitch Chambliss (12) and Daniel Eberle(11) drop their ID's into the bin as they enter the library after school.

Tiffany Skaggs, news writer

November 19, 2013

Students are now required to have their IDs with them if they plan on staying after school beginning, Nov. 4. “I think the new policy is a hassle because I don’t always have my ID with me,” Ramya Chengalvala (10) said. “I think it’s a good way to keep track of the kids who come in and go...

Overpaid or not?

The Welcome Center and new wing of classrooms were completed by Glenn Construction, 2011.

Libby Moeller, Feature Writer

October 7, 2013

Gym A, the large theater, the library, the 700s, the Art wing, the two-story 800/900 hallway, the Welcome Center and its adjoining classrooms and lab. Glenn Construction, the district's program management company, coordinated each of these projects that reshaped the nature of the EHS campus. “I...

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