Articles By: allison wade

At the Top > The pain lasts for only a minute, but giving up stays with you forever. “Anyone can run downhill, but not many people can run up,” junior Julian Clark said. “The thing is that the trophy is usually at the top.” Photo by Allison Wade.

Running with the Wind

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Walk and Don't Stop-  The National Mall is a long walk for anyone. Sophomore Jack Schweitzer enjoyed the walk. "It was really fun to hang out with my friends and reflect on our trip," Jack said. "I was exhausted but I still had fun." Photo by Allison Wade.

D.C. Trip

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Meet Me at the Pole

Meet Me at the Pole

Wednesday, February 21 marked the one week anniversary of the Florida shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School. Students stood together in this time of darkness. Senior Madison Smith is the President of Impact, she wasn’t happy when the news about this shooting spread. “When I saw the fear and chaos it caused in our in world it struck my heart,” […]

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Color the School Red

Color the School Red

FCCLA Week is a period of time when the members of this club come together and show their pride, gather new members, and give back to the community.This club balances all their activities through the week. FCCLA advisor Mary Mennella is happy that her members work together. She is glad this week is a success. “I am most proud of […]

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Family Fuels Determination

Family Fuels Determination

Sophomore Corey Almeida goes through what you wouldn’t expect from a tenth grader. He works a job with hours that seem fit for an adult and is on the track team. Almeida wants to let other students know that you can get through anything with the right amount of determination. Family is crucial to him and his success because they […]

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