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Ashu Ebot-Tabi

Ashu Ebot-Tabi, Copy Editor

Ashu Ebot-Tabi is a senior at North Cobb, & is enrolled in the Magnet program; this year marks his 4th semester in North Cobb. His passions include comic book related media (no preference between Marvel & DC), video games (mainly The Legend of Zelda, Super Smash Bros., Mega Man, Super Mario Bros., & Sonic the Hedgehog), watching TV, & reading. He hopes to attend UGA to become either an entertainment journalist or creative director for a video game studio, with his dream job being Creative Director at Marvel Games.

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The yearly Groundhogs’ Day ceremony took place this past Sunday the 2nd in Punxsutawney, Philadelphia; with Punxsutawney Phil managing to see his shadow this year, expect to see an early spring this year, as evidenced by the shining sun and high temperatures today.

[PHOTO] Early spring

February 3, 2020
Crates full of various clothing related to graduation lies in several crates in the main cafeteria. Representatives from Herff Jones came to NC today to remind seniors to place their orders for all caps, gowns, and tassels; students can also visit their website to place their orders anytime.

[PHOTO] Graduation time

December 16, 2019
A variety of military-based decorations across NC; from left to right, clockwise: a military wreath of flowers, a board showcasing the names and ranks of servicemen related to NC staff, a folded flag and plaque honoring those who gave up their lives in the service of the nation, and a row of flags planted in front of the school. This Veterans Day, NJROTC members presented their colors for all to see, carrying on this decades long tradition.

[PHOTO] Veterans Day

November 11, 2019
A local NC student diligently takes an English test, carrying on the school’s tradition of academic excellence. Recently, the 2019 College & Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) came out for NC. Overall, a 4.8% increase from the score last year presented itself, rising from 79.8 to 84.6. The school also saw notable gains in all 5 of the platform’s components: more specifically, AP Course Completion grew by 6.2%, Literacy scores rose up 4.1%, and Pathway Completion increased by 5.1%.

NC tests increase

October 28, 2019
Those in Mrs. Krupiczewicz’s Master Orchestra class, Mrs. Jenna Essenburg’s AP Seminar class, and working in the counseling office (from left to right, in order) go about their daily business, seemingly unaffected by the recent break. The September break, which lasted from the 21 to 29, serves as the first major one in the year: students partake in a variety of activities during this time to unwind, chief among them the Georgia State Fair, which commenced this past Friday and October 6th.

NC comes back from break

September 30, 2019
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