Band VS Strings

Walking into Mr. Heller’s room, reporter Annabel Upton prepares to experience a dull, soulless interview, not even a thought passing through her head that this interview would change her whole story as well as her outlook on band and strings. Many students think of band and strings as just another class to play a regular... Continue Reading →

6th Grade Science Fair

The 6th graders in our suite have been working on multiple science fair projects of many topics. The main subjects are hydrology and vermiculture. However, another (individual) team is researching/experimenting with mosquito fish, and another group is doing the same with duckweed. Students like Will Peña enjoy studying worms every day as part of his... Continue Reading →

Giving Thanks

What are you thankful for? Every year Academy Wildcats gather together to feel gratitude before the break at the Thanksgiving Assembly. This year the Kindergarten class sang a song about all the things they’re thankful for. After the song there were students from every grade giving a speech on what they are most thankful for.... Continue Reading →

Giving Thanks

What are you thankful for? Every year Academy Wildcats gather together to feel gratitude before the break at the Thanksgiving Assembly. This year the Kindergarten class sang a song about all the things they’re thankful for. After the song there were students from every grade giving a speech on what they are most thankful for.... Continue Reading →

Managing Champions

Football is one of the most exciting sports to watch, and the spotlight is usually on the players, nobody usually pays attention to what happens in the background. However, in the background working hard are often the managers. Being a team manager is one of the most important jobs of a football team. They make... Continue Reading →

The Vietnam War: What was it?

By: Glen McGuire and James Chiles The Vietnam War was a very brutal and horrible war that lasted for a very long time. It lasted for 19 years and ended on April 30th, 1975 just as the cold war started to heat up. The Vietnam war was fought between North Vietnam and South Vietnam with... Continue Reading →

Golden Nights

Music boomed and some smooth dance moves were attempted on Friday, September 28th, when the 7th and 8th Graders held their fall dance. The dance was located in Melech from 7:00-9:30. Sponsored and run by NJHS, the profits of the dance were raised to support the Children's Oncology Group. The Children's Oncology Group works to... Continue Reading →

Insider Report: Homecoming Week

Good Afternoon loyal readers! Our President, Ethan Lomio of the Student Council, recently spoke about future plans, council drama, and himself! Tune in next week for the report on those, but today we’ll be talking about Homecoming Week. Homecoming Week this year will include the following in chronological order by day: Meme Monday Twin Tuesday... Continue Reading →

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