Monthly Archives: November 2013

Stove Top Stuffing Review

Imagine it’s Thanksgiving Day, you have your loose pants on ready to stuff your face. The food dish I can never wait to eat is the stuffing, pouring out of the inside of the turkey. My favorite stuffing, even over … Continue reading

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I Volunteer as Tribute

You have had to wait over a year for the next heart throb movie to hit the big screens. The anticipation has been building, but you will not have to wait much longer. Friends, the Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire … Continue reading

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A Non-traditional Turkey Day

Many of the Jackson High staff and students are gearing up for a Thanksgiving dinner surrounded by family. Although it seems like everyone is preparing for the traditional turkey dinner, many members of Jackson High’s family are using substitutes for … Continue reading

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For the Love of Concerts

The everlasting wait is making you tingle. It has been months since you bought your concert ticket and you just want it to begin. The lights start to dim and before you know it, the venue is pitch black. A … Continue reading

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Spreading knowledge, from violins to violas

Deep E’s, A’s, C’s, G’s, D’s and B’s reverberate through the room as the Jackson High Orchestra warms up by tuning their instruments. However, their daily routine has a different touch. There is a visitor in the classroom. A professor … Continue reading

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Students Celebrate The Day of the Dead

  Every year Spanish 1 students make sugar skulls to celebrate the Mexican holiday, The Day of the Dead (La Dia de los Muertos). These Sugar Skulls are made from powdered sugar, almond paste, corn syrup, and marshmallow fluff. In … Continue reading

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