Winter Percussion displays passion

The crashing of cymbals, melody of the marimba and loud clang of drums mix with costumes, props and intense choreography to produce our school’s Winter Percussion. Outside of marching season, there are many band-related activities, like Winter Percussion, Winter Guard, jazz band, pep band and concert band, that band members participate in; Winter Percussion’s season… Continue reading Winter Percussion displays passion


Uncle Bill’s gets an upgrade

It already smells like an Uncle Bill's. Uncle Bill's recently moved to a new building. It kept the same feel: noisy birds, nice associates and fun dogs.  I recently visited the updated site and was not disappointed. The building itself is much more spacious than its former home. It seems as though they are not… Continue reading Uncle Bill’s gets an upgrade


Online Survey Raises Snow Day Questions

Students anxiously stare at their phones, hoping to see the email of their dreams, a snow day. The School board has yet to approve the e-learning days and it remains only a concept to be debated. “My understanding is it was the central office considering the possibility of e-learning days in the future when we… Continue reading Online Survey Raises Snow Day Questions


Vapers headed to court, pay fines

The administration knows what some students are hiding in their pockets. Mrs. Karen Busch, assistant principal, sent out an email asking teachers to limit bathroom passes because of suspicious activity happening in the restrooms. "We have noticed that there are a certain number of kids that seem to go to the bathroom every day every… Continue reading Vapers headed to court, pay fines