The Chant

While students sit outside during their lunch period, they roll up their sleeves in attempt to keep themselves cool in the sun. The temperature reached an astonishing 88 degrees outside and the weeks forecast says nothing but rain will come after this past sunny weekend.

What time is it? (Summer time)

Isabella Keaton, Photographer, Reporter
May 14, 2018
Why students need longer lunches

Why students need longer lunches

Taylor Teli, Reporter, Photographer
September 22, 2017
Mrs.Hoppers ASL students sign while munching on delicious cookies, chips, and crackers. However, this lunch differs from the rest: the students cannot speak during the period. Instead, they could only rely on their new sign language abilities. These abilities allow the students to communicate and connect with those impacted by hearing loss.

ASL silent breakfast

Zion Fitch, Videographer
August 25, 2017
Representatives from the U.S. Army Reserve stopped by during third period to ask students about the next stage in their lives and to consider the reserve. Sergeant Davina M. Jones said, “Most people don’t know that joining the reserves can help you pay for college. You get to go to the college of your choice nearly for free, all it requires is a few weeks of basic training.” Visit them in the cafeteria during lunch.

The Army Wants YOU

Nadya Awino, Photo editor, Photographer
August 10, 2017
With the new lunch protocol, students must beware when eating to make sure their meal is not their friend.

An (even more) modest proposal

Tara Anastasoff, Reporter, Photographer
April 1, 2017
Students enjoy their lunch outdoors in the 70 degree weather. Georgias odd weather patterns both fascinate and frustrate the community. “The weather has been really weird lately, almost like its going through puberty” sophomore Lucas Magalhaes jokingly  said.

Wacky winter weather

January 25, 2017
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