Zooming zombies. Finally fishing their zombie apocalypse cross curricular project, (from left to right) juniors Phoenix McCreadie, Courtney Crews, Jeff Kausch, Clara Shkembi and Katelyn Drake show off their hard work. CSI students put together their creativity and skills from different areas of studies. “I loved working with people I wouldn’t normally work with which made me gain new friends or build stronger relationships with old ones,” Drake said.

CSI students get creative

Marsida Cukaj, Staff Writer
May 18, 2022
The seniors attending the All Night Senior Party held at Dave and Busters require the permission slip (shown above). What is needed to be filled out on the permission slip to be accepted is everything highlighted in blue.

All night long

Shea Hathcock, Digital Editor
May 11, 2022
Sitting at his desk, principal Jared McEvoy keeps himself busy after getting a new job position. “I was thinking about it last night actually, how just these five years have gone so quickly,” he said. McEvoy’s official last day as principal is July 1st.

McEvoy moves on

Lauren Devereux, Co-Editor-in-Chief
April 25, 2022
or a year, seniors Jacob Landrum and Jacob Sandvig invest in an aquarium together. “It’s less of a hobby and more of an addiction,” Sandvig said. The saltwater aquarium contains orange clownfish, colorful firefish and tangs, swimming around, filters and corals.

One fish, two fish

Kendall Culpert, Staff Writer
April 15, 2022

Mr. Ike is back

Molly Yeske, Staff Writer
April 5, 2022
Robert Hilliard, Robert Thompson and Jonathan show off their efforts at the International Career Development Conference. “I felt gratified because we put a lot of work into it,” senior Jonathan Kotas said. They will compete at Nationals at the end of April.

Eagles’ nest aims high

Marsida Cukaj, Staff Writer
April 4, 2022
Special Education Teacher Renee Berish organizes a fundraiser at SkyZone for the LCCE program’s prom. “You should go to the fundraiser just to make our students feel special and feel accepted,” Berish said. She planned the event for Wednesday, Mar. 23.

Jump funds to new heights

Danielle M Carlisi, Co-Editor-in-Chief
March 23, 2022
Key Club welcomes new president, junior Ava Musharbash, for the 2022-2023 school year. “I was putting in all this hard work into school and not seeing any results besides the quick grades,” Musharbash said. “So, after putting all these hours into my clubs, I realized what Im doing is really paying off,” Musharbash said. She spoke about her plans for the future of Key Club and is thrilled to execute them out.

New Key Club President

Marsida Cukaj, Staff Writer
March 11, 2022
Senior Anthony Franco holding the book “The Echo Maker” after getting it recognized by the rapper, Tyler the Creator. He looked at the back of the book, read the first sentence, then decided the book was bad,” said Franco.  Franco and his fellow seniors plan to keep getting recognized at more concerts to come.

Called out by Tyler the Creator

Shea Hathcock, Digital Editor
March 11, 2022
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