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Class of 2018: where will they go after graduation?

Class of 2018: where will they go after graduation?

May 20, 2018


Filed under FEATURES, Spotlight, Top stories

Arizona Arizona Culinary Institute Taylor Davidson: Baking & Pastry // Nicholas Brown: Culinary Arts Arizona State University Dante Peterson: Business Management Arkansas John Brown University Sam Phipps: Psychology University of Arkansas Anna Kerstetter: Marketing Management California San Diego State Un...

Journalism wins seventh state title in 5A state contest

Journalism wins seventh state title in 5A state contest

Alison Booth, JagWire editor-in-chief

May 13, 2018


Filed under NEWS, Spotlight, Top stories

The journalism state team took first in the 5A Sweepstakes at the Kansas Scholastic Press Association state contest on Saturday, May 5, winning its seventh state title in 15 years. Competing against nine other 5A Kansas high schools, Mill Valley took first by three points, defeating 2017 state champion ...

Proposed bond may fund increased space and facilities

Proposed bond may fund increased space and facilities

Nora Lucas and Elizabeth Joseph

April 12, 2018


Filed under FEATURES, Spotlight, Top stories

USD 232 residents now have the ability to vote on an $85 million bond issue that will address six needs for schools in the district: safety and security, educational technology, career and technology education, early childhood, school facilities and future needs. The bond issue was proposed to allev...

Defining student rights inside and outside the schoolhouse gate

Defining student rights inside and outside the schoolhouse gate

Alison Booth and Elizabeth Joseph

March 16, 2018


Filed under FEATURES, Spotlight, Top stories

With a polarized social and political climate, more and more of us have been challenged to speak up and use their voices. Whether it’s in school or on social media, students have been coming together and rallying for change. However, the responses to these actions from both peers and adults have rang...

Integration of STEM in education encourages students to explore interests and future careers

Integration of STEM in education encourages students to explore interests and future careers

Nora Lucas and Elizabeth Joseph

February 17, 2018


Filed under FEATURES, Spotlight, Top stories

Though the current discussion about what K-12 curriculum should look like is often dividing and polarizing, there is one common ideal most Americans can agree on: high school students need to be more prepared for careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). The push toward STEM is seen ...

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