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Summer Work and Volunteering

Tia Tarka

April 22, 2015

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Have you thought about getting a summer job? Support staff registrar, Lisa Smith, some questions about getting a summer job. Smith told us middle schoolers don’t need a permit. To get a job, students would have to find a...

History of Buffalo Wings

Jack Click

April 16, 2015

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Buffalo wings are a great snack to watch sports or to have as an appetizer at a restaurant, they can be used for a eating competition or to test your limits of the hottest sauce. The history of buffalo wings is a little unclear...

Self-Harm in Teens

Julie Elliott, Staff

March 16, 2015

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Students deal with their problems in different ways. Some draw or write or listen to music. Some people can’t handle the stress anymore and are breaking down on the inside. Most these people resort to self-harm. 1 in 12 teens...

Things to do Over Spring Break

Kelly Durkin and Kylie Scavo

March 13, 2015

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Are you not sure what to do over break? Tired of being bored all the time? If so, here are a few things to keep you busy. Why not take a road trip to the Rocky Mountains? They are fun and keep you busy. You can go to your favorite...

PARCC Testing

Brian Vanderpool, Staff

March 13, 2015

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PARCC testing has become the newest debate between students, but what is it really about? PARCC testing is a standardized test that was introduced this year. The questions vary upon student; However, students have been asking...

Starbucks craze

kayley moore

March 5, 2015

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With Starbucks getting more and more popular, who wants to pay their outrageous prices? Is it really worth $3.95 or more (depending on what you order) for your daily frappuccino? Not only is it expensive, but it’s also extremely...

Standardized Tests

Jack Click

March 4, 2015

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Every year students have to take standardized tests, that are required by the state of Colorado for every school and every student. TCAP stands for Transitional Colorado Assessment Program, students grades 3 - 10 have to take...

Knitting Club

Morgan King, staff

March 4, 2015

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Knitting Club, what do you think when you hear that? Probably, that it sounds weird or that it sounds boring. Well, a lot of students think that, but have you ever been? Knitting Club is a place where everyone is welcome and...

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