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Fall Classic Football Game 8/17/18
2018 Growlers
Spring Football Game 5.17.18
Middle School Athlete Spotlight: Kione Roberson
Class of 2026 Tour
Howlapalooza 2018
8th-grade promotion ceremony 2018
High School HOWLABRATION 2018
Middle School HOWLABRATION 2018
Junior Take Over 2018

Junior Take Over 2018

May 21, 2018

ASLebration 2018

ASLebration 2018

May 16, 2018

National Junior Honor Society Induction Photos

National Junior Honor Society Induction Photos

May 14, 2018

Jacob Blauvelt, Reporter | February 5, 2019

There are many reasons for a teen in high school to get a job. Some teens get jobs to save up for college or fund their own personal expenses. Others work as a major source of their family’s income. Many others try to get a job to gain valuable work experience. However, having a job during school has some major advantages and disadvantages, making sure you can find a balance is crucial. Having...

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Why We Feel Nostalgia

Jacob Blauvelt, Reporter | November 15, 2018

With the composition of a human body constantly changing, it is hard to pinpoint exactly what a person is. That is why the question of “what is a person?” is so intriguing and complex. There is no consistency. Nostalgia, fondly remembering the past, what you used to do and who you used to be might simply be a way for your brain to answer that question. People move on in their lives, finding different...

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Jacob Blauvelt, Reporter | October 29, 2018

So, here I am: walking out of the diner with a fresh slice of mozzarella pizza, the aroma causing my mouth to water. I can tell how the cheese is going to taste just from the scent. Sadly, I will never know how this masterpiece would have tasted. . . I went to introduce it to my expecting taste buds, then SPLAT! The slice of pizza had slipped out of my grasp and fallen onto the tile floor! I start...

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Lauren Stallworth, Editor | October 19, 2018

As a student, the week of district quarterlies is a stressful one. Not only are they given the last week of the quarter, (which is a students’ busiest and most crucial time), but they are an emotionally draining experience. However, this isn’t the case for students alone. District quarterlies also put a huge burden on teachers and administration. While we’re studying and taking the test, teachers...

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Jacob Blauvelt, Reporter | September 25, 2018

The sky appears blue, grass appears green, and a lemon appears yellow. This does not change the fact that color is an illusion. Color as we know it does not exist in the outside world beyond us as gravity and atoms do. Instead, color is formed inside our heads. Our brains convert a certain range of the electromagnetic spectrum into color. We can measure the wavelength of radiation but we cannot observe...

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