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A Leader’s Legacy 

A Leader’s Legacy 

Kaiya Lynch, Editor In Cheif January 26, 2023

   After being named the Jim L. King 2022 Missouri High School Principal of the Year, Dr. April Adams is set to retire following the end of the 2022-2023 school year.    Adams publicly announced...

Reading Into the Library

Reading Into the Library

Connor Rizek January 9, 2023

   The LMC offers more than books and a FLEX space. There are many tools for both students and teachers to use including: the four studios and many tools.  “In the LMC, I mainly use the printers...

    Sophomore Rae Reeve (left) and senior Addie Vallier (right) practice their duo interpretation in the Thespian classroom before leaving for a tournament at Raytown High School. Vallier placed third at the UCM Mini Mule Tournament on Dec. 2 and 3. “It’s a kind of an endurance thing, both physically and mentally, but all the kids are ready to continue the rest of the season,” Speech and Debate Co-Director Mick

Powerful Performances

Chloe Franklin, Reporter January 9, 2023

  The speech and debate team had an eventful start to their season with strong performances from both varsity and novice members on Oct 7-8 at Blue Springs and Blue Springs South. During the season,...

The National Art Honor Society Officers stand before the fellowship, speaking to them over matters concerning the society. Despite it being NAHS’s first year as a group, the members are ectatic about the opportunities it brings to the table. “It’s fun and exciting! I love art and now I get to put my ideas into a new honors society and showcase my skills,” sophomore Brinn Wright said.

Art Smart

Chloe Franklin December 20, 2022

   On October 20, the National Art Honor’s Society made its debut. Art students from all grades see the new approach the society takes on artistic creativity. Many enjoy the club because they get...

Pick of the Patch

Pick of the Patch

Victorya Wilkinson November 9, 2022

   According to TheHustle.co “americans are expected to spend a record 10+ billion on Halloween items in 2021, up from 8 billion last year and pumpkins are a big player: among the 65% of Americans...

IS E-HALLPASS A PASS?

IS E-HALLPASS A PASS?

Chloe Franklin October 14, 2022

The new e-hallpass and Flextime Manager systems received mixed reviews from both students and staff. Sheri Rodgers is a part of the security team and spends her day helping students during FLEX. She...

Peer Impact

Peer Impact

Hadley Cotton October 14, 2022

Spirit leaders find ways for student’s voices to be heard after COVID-19 dwindled student expression. Spirit leaders are two classmates handed the task of controlling the crowd and maintaining spirit...

Muted Voices

Muted Voices

Hadley Cotton October 13, 2022

   Across the world, individuals are banning the consumption of literature because of conflicting beliefs.  According to The First Amendment Encyclopedia, Banned books are pieces of literature deemed...

Preparations for a Big Celebration

Preparations for a Big Celebration

Brookelyn Jadwin October 2, 2022

   Students make homecoming preparations to the“Once in a Blue Moon '' dance on Oct. 1,in the Fieldhouse. Both leadership and STUCCO teams came up with the theme after the Once in a Blue Moon children’s...

Senior Breakfast

Senior Breakfast

Lucy Boyle May 9, 2022

   Senior graduation is around the corner, and the Senior Breakfast, every year, StuCo puts on a breakfast for the seniors to commemorate them. This year, Kevin Berger, an English teacher and StuCo...

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