• January 16Good Luck Basketball & Soccer Teams in your Matches This Week!

  • November 8Please Leave Personal Sports Equipment At Home. Check Out Equipment from the Ball Room

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  • World Tennis Day

    World Tennis Day

    Montana Paxton, Staff Writer

    February 22, 2018

    February 23 is Tennis Day. Tennis Day is for everyone who loves to play tennis. For those who do not know, tennis is a game where players strike a ball with a tennis racket over a net. The object of the game is to score points by hitting the ball over the net where the opponent can’t get it. Tennis...


  • Black History Month- John Baxter Taylor

    Black History Month- John Baxter Taylor

    Micah Desai, Co Editor

    February 16, 2018

    Born November 3, 1882 (died December 2 1908), John Baxter Taylor Jr. was an Olympic hero. He was the first African American to win a gold medal in the Olympics. Taylor grew up in Washington D.C. and moved to Philadelphia in high school. He attended the University of Pennsylvania in 1903 then went...

  • Black History Month: Carter G. Woodson

    Black History Month: Carter G. Woodson

    Montana Paxton, Staff Writer

    February 9, 2018

    Carter G. Woodson was a writer, journalist, and historian. He was known as the Father of Black History because he founded Black History Month, which used to be Black History Week. He published a book called, The Mis-Education of the Negro. He was the second African American who received a doctorate from H...


  • The Super Blue Blood Moon

    The Super Blue Blood Moon

    Brendan Ochs, Staff Writer

    February 2, 2018

    A Super Blue Blood Moon has occurred on January 31, 2018. This is when the moon is closer to the earth than usual, it is the second full moon in one month, and a lunar eclipse happened, all at the same time! If you missed this rare occasion, don't worry, you can see it once again in 19 years, in 2...

    The Super Blue Blood Moon in the night sky.

  • The Reading Rewards Program

    The Reading Rewards Program

    Catherine Brolin, Staff Writer

    February 1, 2018

    Recipe to Good Reading: 1 book 1 person 1 librarian Step 1: Read a book. Step 2: Go to the library. Step 3: Fill out a paper and turn it in. Step 4: The librarian gives you a PRIZE! In all seriousness, you can win a Portillo’s coupon for a free piece of cake by just reading a book! All yo...

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