Is ‘Breaking Bad’ breaking me?

It’s three o’clock in the morning on a Tuesday. I have an unfinished math assignment lying on my desk, but I’m in bed. I’m not sleeping and I’m not even trying to sleep. My laptop is open, Netflix is running, my heart is pounding. It must be the meth. I should clarify that I’m not […]

Simon wins award

Middle School Attendance Coordinator Brenda Simon received the Carolyn and Marion Hays Award for her service to the school at a faculty and staff meeting Aug. 21. The award is given annualy to a faculty or staff member “who epitomizes loyal and dedicated service to the school, friendliness, good humor and encouragement, patience and thoughtful […]

Committee to administer workload survey, evaluate student stress levels

A workload survey will be administered in November to monitor and understand student stress  related levels and to  track stress issues between generations of students.  This assessment will be the third installment of the survey, which is administered every six years. However, this year the survey will include to seventh and eighth graders, middle school […]

Fifth STEMfest showcases student projects, class assignments in science fields

As a demonstration of hydroelectric engineering at the annual “STEMfest,” a Tesla representative drove into the quad while students and teachers surrounded it on May 20 during activities period. Students from various clubs and classes set up 38 tables and 60 events around the quad and in the lounge to display assignments and projects. This […]