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The Road to Guatemala

The Road to Guatemala

Lucy Boyle, Managing Editor January 9, 2023

   A breathtaking country with a unique heritage, Guatemala is a sight to see. Spanish IV and V as well as Spanish Heritage classes and students in EDGE have the opportunity to attend Guatemala from...

Early in the morning of    Nov. 17, members of Chamber and Symphonic Orchestra performed songs for local news station KSHB TV. Among the participants was freshman Carmen Tang, a violinist who started her musical journey in fifth grade. “I wasn’t sure if I was good enough or as good as the senior upper-classmen but all i              all-in-all I was proud of my performance,” Tang said.

Seasonal Sounds

Bianka Mancia, Reporter January 9, 2023

The sound of opening the rosin and pressing it against one’s bow. In fifth and seventh hour, sounds emerge, students carefully placing the bow on top of the string instruments, playing smoothly...

Wednesday Walking

Wednesday Walking

Brookelyn Jadwin December 20, 2022

   Watching the clock tick by, anxiously, finally, the bell rings. Hurrying through the halls to get outside, a cool breeze blows past. It’s not a normal Wednesday, the final 30 minutes of the school...

Love and History

Love and History

Brookelyn Jadwin November 9, 2022

    Wind blowing flags. People smelling sweat and desperation, all different: yet the same. Hearing cheers as hundreds of teens push their way through a crowd. This is what it's like to fight for a...

Battle of the Buzzers

Battle of the Buzzers

Kate Biesmeyer October 17, 2022

   Slamming buzzers with an immense amount of anticipation coursing through their veins. Hoping they can get the correct answer and push their team higher on the podium.      All this and more...

More than French Fries

More than French Fries

Bianka Mancia October 14, 2022

  Walking into a French class can make someone feel as though they are in another country. The signs on the wall, the atmosphere and the culture and language are only the start of learning French.     French...

Unlocking New Doors

Unlocking New Doors

Victorya Wilkinson August 24, 2022

   The adrenaline hits as you begin to enter the door. Fresh new faces never seen before and maybe even a few familiar ones. At the door being greeted with warm smiles and new awaiting experiences is...

Costly Changes

Costly Changes

Hadley Cotton August 24, 2022

   In Mar. 2022, Missouri’s federal government announced an end to the free lunch relief packet after the 2021-2022 school year, which came as the world emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic. Before...

One Team. One Fight.

One Team. One Fight.

Hadley Cotton May 9, 2022

   Are boot laces tied? Beds made? Zippers closed? Walking with speed and purpose? All these questions run through the minds of seniors David Test and Tyler Young. Both of these students have signed...

Get Red Carpet Ready

Get Red Carpet Ready

Victorya Wilkinson April 30, 2022

   Makeup on, hair done, dress and heels with a handbag in clutch. Hair gelled, suit on, tie knotted, dress shoes slipping on under a pair of freshly pressed dress pants. The glory and popularization...

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