A window opens up to a number of texts and individuals the new Black Lit class will discuss. Being exposed to the works of different cultures widens ones views of not only the world of literature but the world we live in.

A Window into Inclusivity

New Black History, Black Literature courses aim to create inclusivity
Tea Perez, Web Editor-in-Chief March 29, 2021

Starting in the 2021-2022 school year, a Black Literature and Black history course will be available for students to take. The Black literature course’s curriculum will be written by Dr. Ashley Eiswirth,...

Laurie Fay

Riley Wania and Holly McClintock March 18, 2021

“I don’t require cameras to be on, so not having the real ‘normal’ interaction is sad to me. I thrive off of my audience, just as a comedian or a public speaker does,” - Mrs....

Erick Webster

Madi Hermeyer March 17, 2021

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Jack Lorenz March 17, 2021

Bridging the Virtual Divide

Bridging the Virtual Divide

Online teachers serve as virtual students’ connection to the classroom
Tea Perez and Essy Ingram March 17, 2021

The learning approach students and teachers have known for their entire lives has suffered a critical alteration. A certain coronavirus pandemic has pressured schools across the nation and in the Francis...

Jane Kelley

Joanna Grgurich March 17, 2021

Caitlin Crain

Aniya Sparrow and Charlie Rosser March 17, 2021

“It’s hard. It’s trying. It’s one of the most difficult things I’ve done in my career. However, it is still great. I wish I had the right words to describe this incredibly unique...

Melissa Fry

Amelia Vohsen and Chloe Schwab March 17, 2021

“This semester has really pushed me to extend myself as an educator and as a human. I’ve leaned on a lot of people for help, and I’m forever grateful for their support,” - Mrs. Melissa...

Cori Stallard

Hannah Bernard and Leanna Welch March 17, 2021

“It feels like flying a plane, with passengers, while reading the in- struction manual. You are wanting to land as safely as possible, but you are in a world that is being created as you...

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