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Booster Club gives back

Gracie Pool

February 12, 2018

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For many years the Booster Club works to find ways to give back to the school. The Club is made up of parents and other individuals throughout the community that may have ties to the school or just want to be involved in planning...

Enrollment fair introduces rising freshman to high school

Holly Drieling

February 7, 2018

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As the 2017-2018 school year comes to a closes, preparations for the new school year is in full effect. Students get to go through the process of deciding what classes to take next year and seniors get the privilege of having...

Groundhog day maintains rich tradition

Jillian Primm

February 7, 2018

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Year after year, Punxsutawney Phil’s biggest fans anxiously await Groundhog day to find out whether spring will begin early or winter will last six more weeks. If Phil exits his home burrow and sees his shadow, winter will...

Scholar’s Bowl team focuses on championship

Evan Byers

January 23, 2018

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After a successful regular season taking home hardware at almost every tournament, the Scholar’s Bowl team is preparing to take on the postseason and reclaim the state title coming off a tough loss last year. The Jags won the...

Wave of sexual harassment allegations sweep America; Matt Lauer among them

Sage Edwards

January 10, 2018

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Being a journalist comes with the immense responsibility to deliver news to people with a truthful, trustworthy and unbiased view. After all of the other surprising accusations of sexual harassment that, in too many cases,...

Eracism curriculum introduced to student

Holly Shortt

January 10, 2018

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Mrs. Belew’s government classes recently began a new project which will allow students to create projects to end separation among their peers at school.     Carson Penny, senior, looks forward to the opportunity to increase...

Rumble makes its way to school

Kylie Roman

January 10, 2018

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Buff Puff, brings competitive boys into the world of volleyball. It’s also one of the main Rumble events which brings the most participants.     The senior class took the victory on Monday Dec 11, defending their title...

Ivy bound; student shares what earned him admittance to Cornell

Evan Byers

January 4, 2018

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Since the 7th grade, I have wanted to go to Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. On December 11th, 2017, that dream was realized after being admitted to the Dyson School of Applied Economic and Management, a school with a 2.9% acceptance...

Students turn to intramural basketball for competitive fun

Brent Lane

December 5, 2017

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YMCA basketball leagues are giving students who may not have the opportunity to play for the school a chance to show off their skills and have fun competing. Since the fall of 2016, students are forming teams with other members...

No shave November grows throughout school body

Brent Lane

December 5, 2017

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No Shave November has been a popular tradition among Jaguar upperclassmen for many years. This year is no different, looking around the school you will see many growing out their facial hair for the charity. Unknown to most,...

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