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Students should be allowed to have back packs

Alysha Wallace, Magazine Editor October 5, 2021

Walking through the hallways, something will always be heard hitting the floor. Without book bags, students have to heave their supplies from class to class. This results in supplies being dropped constantly...

Senior Kylee Lescas talks to cafeteria worker Adam after buying her lunch. Due to the new grant, more students are buying school lunch which makes the lines a lot longer. “We are going through roughly 400-500 more full meals a day with this grant,” Head Chef Jon Harbaugh said.

Federal grant provides free lunch for every student

September 27, 2021

All district students, K-12, have access to free breakfast and lunch through a federal grant passed for the 2021-22 year. The U.S. Department of Agriculture will continue reimbursing schools and childcare...

NHS has a different type of induction ceremony

NHS has a different type of induction ceremony

November 19, 2020

The National Honors Society officers had to get creative with this year’s induction ceremony due to Covid-19 restrictions. Instead of an in-person ceremony to induct the 41 new members, they did a video...

Sophomore Lucy Waggoner (Nina) poses with her sister Roxy, a makeup and costume crew member, pose before all-day tech. Due to Covid-19 regulations, all cast and crew members had to wear masks.
BluePrints Photo by Kennedy Ogden

Drama Club gets creative for their shows this year

November 6, 2020

Just like everyone else, the Drama Club has been facing some set backs on how they are going to be able to produce their shows this year. Luckily, they are able to do a live version of their play with...

English teacher instructs from home

September 29, 2020

English teacher E.B. Smith is teaching from home this year due to a family member who has a health condition. Librarian Sally Gummere and intervention specialist Tara Hartshorn have been hosting Smith’s...

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