December 5, 2017

Foreign Language Showdown: Spanish enters the ring!

Zachary Walton

December 5, 2017

Filed under JDHS News, Middle Years, News, Opinion

When I got my schedule in the start of the year, I was crushed. I had requested French and was assigned Spanish. I tried to keep an open mind, and now I am glad I did not get French. The first day I walked into Spanish class,...

Middle school track team sweeps competition

Melanie Daly

May 30, 2017

Filed under Middle Years, Uncategorized

Monday, April 3 was the first meet for the MYP track team. Since then, there have been meets on April 10, April 24, May 18 and May 20. The team of 49 middle school students practice four days a week from when school ends until...

America the free?

Savannah McMahan, MYP Journalist

April 8, 2016

Filed under Middle Years, Opinion

We have political rights, but what about the right to pursue happiness? The Declaration of Independence states that everyone in the United States of America have the right to pursuit of happiness. What if we want to pursue happ...

A 2,000-year-old symbol of unity and life transformed forever

Josh Mortenson, MYP Journalist

April 8, 2016

Filed under Feature Stories, Middle Years

At the University of Massachusetts, a Swastika, the Nazi Party Symbol, was found carved in a bathroom stall on February 12, 2016. Chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy felt that the symbol was heinous and evil. His assumptions about t...

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