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eLearning Week 4: Stay-at-home order impacts classes, spring break plans

Junior Josh Zimmerman keeps himself busy over spring break by doing things around the house like yard work. Photo courtesy of Josh Zimmerman.

N the Red Staff

April 27, 2020

Governor Eric Holcomb's continued stay-at-home order means eLearning for the remainder of the school year. After four weeks of eLearning, students and teachers are only halfway through the online class process. The district is making use of the 20 waiver days allowed by the state, increasing spring bre...

eLearning Week 1: Students miss school community

Junior Sam Sanchez

N the Red Staff

March 25, 2020

For the first week of eLearning, teachers assigned 20-30 minutes of work for each class, each day. Social distancing began on March 15 to slow the spread of COVID-19, but it posed new challenges for students. Question: Is eLearning going the way you thought it would? Why or why not? Junior Coll...

Musical postponed until further notice

Cast and crew pose for a photo in the auditorium on Mar. 16 before beginning the month long break from school.

Carter Hanefeld, Reporter

March 16, 2020

Life is not the same as it was one week ago. Most school activities and virtually every extra-curricular have either been canceled, postponed or put in limbo. Currently, the musical is in the latter. On Mar. 16, a meeting was held after school including all of the musical staff to discuss the current...

Curriculum Corner: tech theatre

On Jan. 28, freshman Zach McEwen works on adding bracing to his curved stairs to add stability.

Lily Thomas and Sydney Territo

February 28, 2020

This Curriculum Corner dives into tech theatre and takes a look into building behind the scenes of a theatre production. ...

Cafeteria bell issues fixed

Students talking in Cafe A after lunch on Feb. 14 prior to the bells being repaired.

Ben Rosen, Reporter

February 18, 2020

Bells in the cafeteria have been malfunctioning during lunch the last few weeks causing issues for students as a result of being unable to hear them, which some believe is a major problem. “Yeah, I think it can be a problem, especially if you have classes that are far away from the cafeteria,”...

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