by Lindsey Thompson
Diversity Council has posted the unity shoes around school. These shoes are posted each May in observance of Holocaust awareness.
"The unity shoes represent student pledges to be more tolerant toward diversity. They also represent student pledges to accept and respect diversity. By signing,
by Haedyn Scgalski
Tonight at 6:30 p.m. in the Jusdon Erne Auditorium will be the first annual media honors night.Â This night is dedicated to honoring their hard work this past year and inducting the new Quill and Scroll members. Students will be presented with awards
by Marissa McEwan
Last Thursday at the senior awards night, senior Natalie Bush was presented with the $1,000 Samuel P. Simmermaker Journalism And Communications Scholarship by the Bulldog alumni. Any senior majoring in journalism or communications was legible.
"I was extremely honored to have won this scholarship,"
by Emili Hefler
The annual release of the Literary Arts Magazine, The Other Side, started on Tuesday, May 19. The magazine's theme this year is Signature and the signature of every person used in the magazine is included. The Literary Arts Magazine staff will be passing
by Shelby Beatty
As the end of the year winds down, the library continues to stay busy by working hard to make sure that all books are turned in.
"We do ask everyone to return the books because we are a lending library," librarian Toni Held said.
by Natalie Bush
This Saturday, members of Best Buddies will gather at Freedom field for their end of the year party. Peers are encouraged to bring their buddies. Associate members are welcome. There will be snacks and activities from 1 to 3 p.m. For directions or
by Sadie Allman
Q: What is your favorite time of the year and why?
A: Fall; I like to see the different colors and see something so green turn to a different hue.
Q: What are your plans for summer?
A: I'm working at my aunt's farm taking care
by Brooke Fath
The volleyball team is preparing for summer activities for the next season starting in the fall.
The volleyball team hosted a meeting last Monday about the summer schedule. The meeting was about information on summer workouts and expectations from the coaches heading into the
by Tori Newkirk
It is that time of year again.Â School is ending and students are anxious for summer to begin. While some have nothing but couches and television in their near future, others prepare for their entrance into the work force.
"I think [detasseling] is an
by Haedyn Scgalski
The Battle of the Bands will take place on June 4 at Millrace Park at 7 p.m. High school or college bands can play. This event is sponsored by Teen Council.
"As the Teen Council coordinator, I work with the committee to plan the