Monthly Archives: December 2013

World War II actor Alan Miltich shows history teacher Jon Hasting’s class what the culture was like for soldiers. He showed what kinds of food they ate, the strategies they used, and what their daily routine was like.

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How the Christmas tree came to be

                Have you ever thought of how the Christmas tree came to be? Do you think in the early ages, people just cut down a pine, spruce or fir tree and started to hang … Continue reading

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The Next Detroit?

              “Mom, can we go to the mall?” said Suzie.             “Sure,” said her mother. “Where do you want to shop at?”             “How about Pacsun?” said Suzie.             “I’m sorry, but that closed a few months ago.”             … Continue reading

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German Gingerbread Houses

Seniors Sam Campau and Alex Prettenhoffer make gingerbread houses in their A.P. German class. The A.P. class makes the houses and the other German classes vote on the best. The winners receive German goodie bags.

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Walk a little less, gain a little more

To climb towards the steep goal of 102,013 cans for Thanksgiving Giving, student government holds the Hunger Walk annually. This year however, the hunger walk committee tackled the event with a fresh approach. Instead of running from noon to midnight, … Continue reading

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I used to be creative, but then I took an arrow to the knee

Today, you don’t need a sense of humor to be funny. You don’t need to be innovative to be an artist. You don’t need to have anything to say to make yourself heard. You just need an internet connection. For … Continue reading

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What does it take to be a valedictorian?

“It will feel good to have all of my hard work paid off,” senior Kalei Hunt said. Being Valedictorian means you have kept a 4.0 throughout high school. Students who have reached this accomplishment and the students who are in … Continue reading

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