A Project for Better Journalism chapter


Teaching For the First Time

September 12, 2019 2:55pm | Sebastian McNamara

Not everyone can say that they chose to become a teacher in order to make a difference. Fortunately, Lacey Campbell strives everyday to be able to make this a reality and it all started with a few short words from one of her teachers. These […]

Quarterback Jalen Milroe Commits To Texas

September 11, 2019 2:56pm | Diego Martin

Word spread quickly throughout about junior Jalen Milroe. Milroe had been recently recruited by The University of Texas to perform on their Division 1 football team. Milroe is trying to finish school early to receive his career in professional football, and has always dreamed of […]

Sea of Learning, Aquatic Science

September 10, 2019 2:57pm | Jack Simpson

Senior Jack Balog hurries to get to his class. He enters and pulls out his notebook and pencil ready to learn. His teacher, Brian Lindsey, gets ready to begin the class when the rest of his students filter in. Once the final bell rings the […]

Veganism- a beneficial diet on the rise

September 10, 2019 2:50pm | Vaishnavi Bhat

After a tiring day at school, most people head home and grab an afterschool snack. Usually, students eat yogurt, a sandwich or maybe chips. However, many have made the choice to restrict certain foods for the good of the environment and their health. When a […]

Keep the Homecoming Mum Tradition

September 10, 2019 2:41pm | Emma Vergara

Large clanging sounds echo down the hallways as students rush down the hallway to greet their friends. People proudly show off the giant faux chrysanthemum hanging from their necks, while fellow students smile at the familiar trinkets hanging in front of them. Despite it being […]

47 Meters Down: Uncaged Shocks Horror Fanatics

September 6, 2019 3:13pm | Rachel Bregnard

Straight from the jaws of Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures, comes the next installment of the 47 Meters Down franchise, 47 Meters Down:Uncaged. Just like the previous film, the sequel boasts oversized CGI sharks and terrified women desperate to escape their current situation. Fans of perillig […]

Cavalettes and Cheer Create New Teams

September 6, 2019 2:40pm | Nicole Ruopp

A group of girls gather in the gym to practice routines, flips and cheers. They drag out mats, pom poms and more equipment to assist them in practicing for an upcoming event. Meanwhile across the school, another group of girls are practicing long after school […]

Farmers and Markets

May 20, 2019 2:57pm | Ella Hummeldorf

The street is filled with people rushing past one another to get to other stands lining the road. Children and parents file through the crowd, using the sides of the road to limit the amount of people they bump into with their stroller. All while […]

Seniors Say Goodbye to Fine Arts

May 20, 2019 2:52pm | Maddie Porter

Participating in a performing fine art such as band, choir, orchestra, or theater all throughout high school takes commitment and dedication. For those students who have participated in a fine art all four years, they have endured a constant push towards playing an instrument, singing, […]

The Last Farewell (Mr.Cherry)

May 20, 2019 2:48pm | Vanessa Caceres

As the school year ends, students are getting ready for the summer and teachers are saying their last goodbyes to their students. Another chapter closes, but another chapter opens for opportunity. Jeffrey Cherry has been teaching forĀ  38 years and has been teaching since Tompkins […]