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The wristband that Junior Government class sold for the pennies for patients fundraiser

Little changes to Pennies for Patients fundraising add up to big change

Jason Reding May 8, 2019

BY JASON REDING ('19) Students in J.R. Wait's government classes have taken over the school's Pennies for Patients fundraiser. By revamping the ideas from past years and adding a few new events, students...

Super Bowl commercials push viewers to buy new products

Super Bowl commercials push viewers to buy new products

Jason Reding February 19, 2019

BY JASON REDING ('19) For many people, the Super Bowl is about the game. Two of the best teams in the world playing against each other for the greatest feeling in the world. 100 million people watching...

REVIEW: Eat Up joins downtown restaurants with a new look on food

Jason Reding December 13, 2018

BY JASON REDING (‘19) When a small town like Granville, Ohio, a new restaurant must be ready for a heavy stream of students and families due to the popularity of the downtown area to come pouring...

Environmental students win $500 grant to improve living wall

Environmental students win $500 grant to improve living wall

Jason Reding November 21, 2018

BY JASON REDING (‘19) Environmental science students won $500 to complete the living wall project they started last year at the Teen Eco Summit hosted by the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. The team, made...

OPINION: Levy Failure Hurts Lunch Time Plans

Jason Reding October 30, 2018

BY JASON REDING (‘19) Due to the levy cuts and the loss of a librarian in the middle school, there is no eating in the library anymore and many students are very upset with the idea of finding a new...

District instates new phone policy to reduce classroom distractions

District instates new phone policy to reduce classroom distractions

Jason Reding September 12, 2018

BY JASON REDING (‘19) The district has incorporated a new cell phone policy for the 2018-2019 school year banning the use of phones in classrooms completely. Students are allowed to use their phones...

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