The deal with making up work

Two weeks ago, the cheerleaders took four days off of school to go to Nationals in California. Although JV placed 13th out of the 36 teams that appeared on game day, the cheerleaders had to come back and make up all the work they missed.

Seniors have the right to vote

Attention seniors: here’s one more thing you can add to your list of ‘things I can do but no one else in the school can’. You can vote and not only that, but, the school provides the registration progress.
Photo by Emily Hermann

Acting for scholarships

For students interested in attending college after high school, scholarships are one form of financial aid that can help reduce the cost of college tuition. These scholarships can be given for a variety of reasons, including a high GPA, community service activities, and, in some cases, extracurricular activities.