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Crown Center perfect backdrop for fairy tale prom

Alexandria Arndt

May 9, 2019

This year’s prom theme,“A Royal Love Story,” gave party goers a fairy tale setting at none other than Crown Center (no pun intended). The day was a blur of dresses, pictures and tuxedos, while the night gave way to music, fo...

Breakfast Club plans uplifting events

Kayla Melissinas

May 9, 2019

Breakfast Club, a group that is open to everyone and provides a safe space for students to speak without judgment, plans to focus on mental health and awareness in upcoming events. Up first is “Hope Walks Here.” A collabo...

Microbiology organizes, presents career museum

Rese Collins

May 9, 2019

On May 1st, Jessica Popescu’s sixth hour microbiology class hosted a Micro Career Museum. Many HOSA students attended in order to earn points toward their grade. Students prepared presentations on a career of their choice and...

Blood drive encourages empathy in students

Marissa Green

May 2, 2019

In hosting their bi-annual blood drive through the trusted Red Cross this past April, NHS urged Wildcats to come to the small gym and donate their blood. Snacks and drinks to aided their recovery after making such a generous, l...

Senate holds executive board elections

Kayla Melissinas

April 25, 2019

On Friday April 12th, the junior and senior senate executive board was announced and general senate applications began. For senate sponsor Danielle Knoll, this is an exciting time of year. “I love getting a fresh new perspective on...

A warm Wildcat welcome for Job Olympics athletes

Marissa Green

April 11, 2019

This week, the Special Education department traveled to the Job Olympics, where students competed in various skill and interest categories. These categories were showcased in front of more than thirty local businesses. St...

Two FFA teams advance to state

Staff Writers

April 4, 2019

On Tuesday, April 2, FFA students competed against over 65 other schools in their Central District FFA Contest at UCM.  The floriculture team consisting of Sarah Jackson, Sydnee Soendker, Deylyn Villalobos and Samantha Whitaker as we...

Inaugural Key Club year a success

Marissa Green

March 28, 2019

“A sense of community service is important to have in any school,”

FBLA: business ethics and bake sales

Kayla Melissinas

March 7, 2019

Future business hopefuls built a solid foundation by joining FBLA, a club where students learn about business ethics and compet in competitions, either solo or with a team.  Senior Brett Portlance competes in FBLA and is usually with a ...

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