Articles By: Millie Jones

Let’s get physical

Let’s get physical

Physical Education has always struck a great and unmatched fear into my heart. It encompasses many terrible things: hand-eye coordination, mean ball-wielders, and the smell of many different sweats mingling together as one. This semester, due to my strategic but very stupid three-year-PE-boycott, I have found myself taking three classes involving the movement of my body. Every day, I enter […]

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Getting tight with Weybright

Getting tight with Weybright

With a nervous laugh, she pulls out a chair and sits down. Her eyes dart around the classroom, excited and full of life. The walls are covered with colorful posters and student art, a testimony to her teaching style: a little crazy and a lot of fun. Spanish teacher Elizabeth Weybright grew up in Southern Ohio and went into college […]

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Talent “reign”-ing down

Talent “reign”-ing down

by Millie Jones If junior Mason Turner’s outgoing attitude and curly hair doesn’t catch your eye then his music sure will. His three person band “Mason Turner and the Reign”, in which he acts as lead singer and guitarist, also includes Center School junior Ivy Davis on bass, and drummer Gunner Streuli. Turner has been playing guitar for roughly four […]

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Test blog

the sky is blue

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Coon’s new homework policy

Coon’s new homework policy

According to Coon, the idea is to give students who do not need the extra practice presented in homework a way to succeed in class. “Essentially, homework is a learning activity designed to help students expand their knowledge on a topic. If it is looked at this way it makes sense, but a lot of students and teachers see it […]

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