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Cyberpatriots compete at state competition
By Gisselle Washington | Staff Writer | This story was originally published in the Big Stick Dec. 19 edition.  Ten Cyberpatriot teams are competing at the state level this week. Tasked with protecting computers from unauthorized access ​and explo (More)
New World Geography teacher is influenced by past travels
Christopher Caesar stands in his classroom. Photo by Zacchaeus Anderson By Zacchaeus Anderson | Staff Writer | He’s a tall man that wears a button up shirt and khakis alon (More)
Rocketry team begins build season
By Gisselle Washington | Staff Writer | Originally published in the Dec. 19 print edition of The Big Stick.  It’s simple. Learn about rockets. Build rockets. Simulate rockets. But the ETA Rocketry Club is also combining math and science with engi (More)
Ugly Sweater Breakfast
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Lady Riders Basketball Starts District Play
Junior Mariela Taylor moves the ball past the LEE defender. Taylor scored 15 points in the game. Pho (More)
Melvin Echard retires after 7 years as principal
By Hailey Massey | Assistant Editor | This article was originally posted in the Big Stick print publication Dec. 19, 2018. Retiring Principal Melvin Echard accepts a shadowbox from S (More)
20 teams participate in DATA Gingerbread House contest
By Nichelle Harris Assignments Editor This article was originally posted in the Big Stick print publication Dec. 19, 2018. On Friday Dec. 14, DATA architect teacher Katy Philbrick hosted the eighth annual Gingerbread House building co (More)
After 30 years, an administrator says her final goodbyes
by Emma Fischer| feature editor Soon, she will put her pen down, turn in her last piece of paperwork and step off campus, never required to come back. After 30 years of her work, administrator Cynthia Rinehart will be retiring at the end of this s (More)
A Christmas Marathon
Emilie Villegas “‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse”; but that was not true because, as you can see, movies were playing, from the T.V. The holidays bring many people joy, (More)
Tutoring
  Tutoring is an act as a tutor to ( a single student or a very small group). Tutoring benefits students in  helping them become independent learners and provides them with skills needed to succeed in school. They can improve in work, study h (More)
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