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  • April 22There will be after school tutoring Friday April 22nd taking place in the library from 2:20 to 3:20
  • April 22The next School Board meeting will be taking place on May 9th from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
  • March 22Spring break begins after school on Friday the 25th!
  • March 22Next year's class registration will be available on PowerSchool from March 21st to March 25th.
  • March 17The next board of education meeting will be taking place on April 11th from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

OPINION

No students were hurt in the making of this article. Olyvia is definitely safe and alive, and those rumors of her demise by the hands of Gaven the Grinch of Valentines Day are only rumors.
- Kayne Hilt Uncaged Student News Web Editor

Face off: To love or not to love

Gaven Numinen, Business Manager February 24, 2022

TO HATE Why  is Valentine's day a holiday!? Actually it isn't. Originally it was a feast that only few people celebrated because of the death of Saint Valentine. Companies then started to get involved...

Quarantine or suspension? What is the difference at this point?

Quarantine or suspension? What is the difference at this point?

Kaitelyn Walker, Editor-in-Chief February 17, 2022

Last year you never had to worry about falling behind if you had to quarantine, you simply checked google classroom and joined google meets. Now we have abandoned all of that. Why?  In the age of the...

No students were hurt in the making of this article. Olyvia is definitely safe and alive, and those rumors of her demise by the hands of Gaven the Grinch of Valentines Day are only rumors.
- Kayne Hilt Uncaged Student News Web Editor

Face off: Valentine’s Day, to love or not to love

Via Hoard, Creative Editor February 16, 2022

TO LOVE Valentine's Day has always been one of my favorite holidays. What’s not to love? Eating chocolate, getting roses, and being around the people you love is always fun. There’s nothing bad about...

Behavior expresses unspoken words

Behavior expresses unspoken words

Staff January 12, 2022

James is normally a good student who always gets high grades—for the past month he has turned in assignments late in multiple classes. Consequently, his grades have begun to drop. Mary has been falling...

ADHD doesn’t make me less of a person, it makes me a developing person

ADHD doesn’t make me less of a person, it makes me a developing person

Kaitelyn Walker, Editor-in-Chief January 11, 2022

The summer before eighth grade I had my first meeting with my teachers to discuss my ADHD. I still dread these annual meetings because they fill me with fear, anxiety, and embarrassment. My mom talks with...

How the pandemic changed or mindsets, and how to get back to who we once were

How the pandemic changed or mindsets, and how to get back to who we once were

Olyvia Hoard, Creative Editor November 26, 2021

With everyone spending so much time at home, many people fell down the rabbit hole of trying to be productive. Many learned a new hobby or skill, took up fitness or cooked a new recipe. Those who didn't...

Grow up they say, slow down we say

Staff November 23, 2021

Living in a small town, we ache to grow up. Many of us can't wait to get our license, graduate and move as far away as possible. Are we growing up a little too fast? Every once in a while we realize that...

Please redefine normal

Please redefine normal

Kaitelyn Walker, Editor-in-Chief November 22, 2021

Our last normal day of school was 619 days ago.  Our last day without masks, without going virtual, without COVID-19.  While this is already shocking alone, consider this: a study done by Brown...

Obamacare is unsustainable

August 27, 2021

The fact that Obamacare bring deficits of over $1 trillion per year should be enough to prove that it is not working, and in a few years, millennials are going to be the ones left to clean up that mess. The...

The bright side of coronavirus

The bright side of coronavirus

Isaac Lance, Staff Reporter May 27, 2021

Changes due to coronavirus has made our society come together and become unified despite the many social restrictions and increasing fringe group rhetoric. With the still rising cases of COVID-19 and...

It’s straightforward: The COVID-19 vaccination will end the pandemic.

Ethan Tappan, Staff Reporter May 27, 2021

COVID-19 has only existed about a year and a half, yet it has affected nearly all aspects of society.  Education has been significantly more difficult, due to inconsistent schedules and unexpected...

Mainstream media: Manipulative, and most of the time, one-sided

Mainstream media: Manipulative, and most of the time, one-sided

Peyton Killinger, Staff Reporter May 27, 2021

When you dive deep into the media, you may notice something. Many mainstream media platforms are one sided. They are liberal, left leaning, and very biased. What does this do for the other side? It silences...

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