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Spanish Honor Society Drives to Donate

November 14, 2019 3:43pm | Nicole Ruopp

Students sat on a classroom floor and counted piles upon piles of cans. The metal containers held different non-perishable foods that students, teachers and administrators brought in to donate. Spanish Honor Society put on their second food-drive from Nov. 4 through Nov. 8 as they […]

Teach While Studying and Study While Teaching

November 14, 2019 3:30pm | Anna Berry

Education is the foundation for which future success is determined. Teachers are some of the most selfless individuals. Countless hours in their day is spent on teaching, communicating with, and worrying about their hundreds of students. Anyone in their right mind would question how teachers […]

Creative Writing Club Creates Its Annual Magazine

November 14, 2019 3:27pm | Vaishnavi Bhat

Students are always exposed to new technologies, ideas, fantasies and realities. Everyone’s lives are a mix of different experiences and memories, which could make incredible stories. Since so many students love writing, and are very good at it, many of these aspiring authors come together […]

McVey Stated “Coach of The Week”

November 14, 2019 3:15pm | Diego Martin

One of the key parts of each program is having a coach who is trustworthy and intelligent, coaches are an important factor into the team’s overall success and McVey portrays all of these qualities successfully. Since 2017, Todd McVey has been in charge of OTHS […]

Read with Shusterman

November 12, 2019 3:50pm | Emma Vergara

Students excitedly await his arrival, formulating the questions about their favorite books in their heads. Their excited chatter is brought down to whispers as a teacher stands on the stage asking them to quiet down. Students clutch their books in their hands, excited that they […]

Fight Breast Cancer Through Awareness

October 31, 2019 2:42pm | Maya Shaffer

Breast Cancer is a form of cancer in the cells of the breast in which tissues continue to grow and multiply when they do not need to. It usually occurs in women, with the occasional man. As women get older, their risk for breast cancer […]

Donate Bundles of Warmth in Socktober

October 25, 2019 5:08pm | Nicole Ruopp

Thousands of socks are being counted and organized on a classroom floor as they are prepared to be shipped to different places. Many students gather in a room to contribute to the large task that is sorting a massive pile of socks. It is Socktober, […]

McManus Takes the Stage

October 25, 2019 2:42pm | Brianna Plake

It is the last day of school and as theatre director Mark McManus walks into the school he cannot contain his excitement for the plans he has for this summer. Every summer McManus expands his own resume beyond directing high school theatre. He goes out […]

Varsity Football Player Overcomes Injury

October 25, 2019 2:36pm | Rachel Bregnard

A coach’s whistle, drowned out by students’ screams, cried out into the night. The referee halted the varsity football game and prompted for the opposing teams, Katy and Tompkins, to send in new players. At his call junior Justin Bevrotte raced onto the field and […]

Students Team up with Superintendent to Tackle Important Topics

October 15, 2019 2:40pm | Mahee Bhatt

The roundtable gathers once again to start their new year. There are old and new faces around the room. Superintendent Kenneth Gregorski walks in the room and greets everyone with a warm smile. The classroom is filled with class presidents from different schools and they […]