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Special education teachers adapt to guidelines

Isabelle Nunn, Features Editor | November 18, 2020

Special education teachers face the challenges of teaching in-school students with modifications to their pre-pandemic style of teaching because they can no longer rely on hands-on learning activities, social interactions with other students, and community field trips.  “We are staying more isolated than I ever would have wanted. We don’t intermingle with other students in the building very...

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Theatre and COVID-19: rehearsing in a pandemic

Lexi Hackney, Arts & Entertainment Editor | November 13, 2020

State regulations have changed the way all school activities work, including theatre productions. The cast of the fall play, Romeo and Juliet, have been grappling with all of the changes in their rehearsal protocols. The goal of rehearsal is to get ready to perform in front of an audience. This year, the cast and crew have to consider the mandates set forth by Governor DeWine. The audience can only...

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Gianna Annese, 12

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Chelsey Zugaro, 12

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Katie Arnesen, 12

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Division One player achieves dreams of continuing volleyball career through college

Abby MacNeil, Managing Editor | November 20, 2020

As she prepares to go to training teams at Sports Express, all she wants to do is wear the craziest patterned spandex that she can find. She has no idea how to play volleyball, but hey, she’s only eight. This is just a fun activity; a place to meet new friends who you can just pepper the ball back and forth with. To eight-year-old her, it may not have been serious, but that little girl would eventually...

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Special education teachers adapt to guidelines

Isabelle Nunn, Features Editor | November 18, 2020

Special education teachers face the challenges of teaching in-school students with modifications to their pre-pandemic style of teaching because they can no longer rely on hands-on learning activities, social interactions with other students, and community field trips.  “We are staying more isolated than I ever would have wanted. We don’t intermingle with other students in the building very...

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Freshman basketball team faces loss of season due to quarantines
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Stop telling girls to smile

Kayla Estrada, Editor-in-Chief | October 13, 2020

In the 7th grade I began to contemplate what it truly means to be a girl in this world. Confused by provocative gestures and angered by insignificant rumors, walks home from school became solitude, my sanctuary. At 12 years old, this quiet time was stripped away from me.  I remember it was a rainy Tuesday afternoon. I looked down at my bright yellow rain boots stomping on the puddles splattered...

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Essential: Kroger employees share observations

Lauren Bush, Staff Writer | May 19, 2020

“Time and tide wait for no man.” -Geoffrey Chaucer    Chaucer’s words have found themselves in my mind many times throughout the day. Every time I get in my car and drive to Kroger, where I currently work, I can not help but wonder when time will catch up with me. All of these protective measures I have taken—wearing gloves and a mask, washing my hands frequently, wiping down the...

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