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Advanced radio teaches students diverse skills

Advanced radio teaches students diverse skills

Mariana Colom, Arts and Academics Editor
October 16, 2018
Speech and debate team recognized for national award

Speech and debate team recognized for national award

Samantha White, Business Editor
October 16, 2018
Lauren Goepfert, social studies teacher, poses with award for excellence in teaching. The James Madison Scholarship award entitled Goepfert a scholarship to get her masters. “I enjoy sharing what I love with my students and hoping they learn from it to change our future. Teaching history is a story about real people in extraordinary situations,” Goepfert said.

Social studies teacher wins teaching award

Reese Gallagher, Photo Editor
May 29, 2018
Seventh graders Julia Effenberger and Ryan Rose look in surprise at their findings after breaking into their pellet. Before starting their dissections, students hypothesized what types of bones they would find.

Students explore the food web by dissecting owl pellets

Raquel Korff, Features Editor
May 29, 2018
Battle teaches history to eighth graders and film studies to all grades. Found outside Battle’s room were posters of certain battles and wars like the Mexican War and the War of 1812.

New class travels to the past

Ben Shainman, Technology Editor
May 29, 2018
Playing their parts, Alrik Blanchard and Ryan Lamontagne sing the title song in the act “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.” Bak on Broadway’s 24 member cast performed songs including “Maria,” “Miracle of Miracles,” “Vanilla Ice Cream,” and  many others.

Students sing, dance through many Broadway musical hits

Sandra Nemes, Entertainment Editor
April 12, 2018
The Advanced String Orchestra stands in front of the bean, a popular tourist site in Chicago. Also known as the Cloud Gate, the bean was built in May 2006. “The students and Mr. Glaze were thrilled to see the

Music majors perform in Chicago

Ben Shainman, Technology Editor
April 10, 2018
As the Speak Up event came to a finish the performers prepare to bow. (From left) Alissa Gary, Kamryn Bailey, Becca Finberg, Sophia Roberts, Olivia Arnold, Alisson Robert, Sofia Manocchio, Kaja Andric, Annabella Saccaro all performed in the World Speech Day celebration.

Arts and Academics Students use their voices to activate change

Samantha White, Arts and Academics Editor
April 10, 2018
¬¬Trying to peek over the wall, the ensemble carries Chloe Starling, seventh grade theater major. The production “Us & Them” featured a group of clowns that tried to find a suitable home.

Us & Them provides students with opportunity to work together

Kate Wagner, Business Manager
April 10, 2018
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