The Chant

Thursday, September 5, Art Club begins after school in room 3002. The art teacher Ms. Susan Dowling runs the club every Thursday from 3:30 to 4:45 after school. The club invites NC artists to create art using different mediums.

Art club begins

Hannah Luck, Staff
September 5, 2019
Juniors Reagan Beech and Ashley Skaggs received yellow roses from National Honor Society (NHS) as a congratulatory invitation into the club. “NHS will allow us to further become involved in our school and community,” Skaggs said. NHS, an organization that encourages students to become leaders in their communities, distributed roses to new members today in order to formally welcome the new club members. “When the opportunity a-rose, I was thrilled,” Beech said.

NHS welcomes new members with yellow roses

Lainey Devlin, Reporter, Photographer
April 11, 2019
	Textbooks and review books overlook the Civil Rights movement, showcasing Black achievements at its peak. As the month recognizes black advancements in various aspects, such as Jackie Robinson, as portrayed, and Brown vs. Board of Education. These accomplishments receive credit in US textbooks and represent Black culture at its peak during the Civil Rights movement in the 60s.

A history of Black History Month

Julyana Ayache, Reporter, Photographer
March 8, 2019
Becca’s Closet worked with the students of NC’s community and the people around them too help provide dresses and clothes for those in need. Depicted are NC students modeling dresses for upcoming prom events. With the backing support from stores such as Macy’s these students were able to give away dresses for the profit of happy smiles

Becca’s Closet no more

Julyana Ayache, Reporter/Photographer
September 5, 2018
Students in the club converse and laugh while chowing down on the variety of food on their plates. A number of students revisited the food table for seconds, and even thirds, of their favorite dishes.

Cookbook Club cooks up a storm

Tara Anastasoff, Editor-in-Chief
April 17, 2018
Juniors Isabella Keaton and Tara Anastasoff hosted the first meeting of What about Women? club, on January 24, where they discussed how to get feminine hygiene dispensers placed in the girl’s bathrooms at NC. 13 girls attended the first meeting and participated in a bonding activity to kickstart the beginning of the club. “(We are just) throwing everything out into the open. Within the next few meetings, we’ll fine tune our plans and have a day where we research and plan a fundraiser,” Anastasoff said.

We’ll fight ’till we bleed

Madeline Powers, General assistant
January 31, 2018
Heart to Heart created and designed multiple jars for a coin drive to help the CASANA foundation. “We were excited about the first creation of the jars because next week we hope to raise a lot of money for the organization with our customized jars that will hopefully urge people to donate,” sponsor Mrs. Theaker said.

The hearts of Heart to Heart

Madeline Powers, Reporter, Photographer
September 5, 2017
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