Ms. Scott-Berger’s English II and English III classes read the poem “Affrilachia” by Frank X. Walker. In it he describes what his Kentucky looks like. Following are some of the poems that her students created about what their Kentucky looks … Continue reading Affrilachia
Written By Payne Findley Tyler, the creator Before FameTyler Gregory Okonma, A.K.A Tyler, The Creator is one of if not the best rappers/musicians ever. Some of the things that Tyler got most of his styles and inspirations was his childhood … Continue reading The Butterfly Effect
Written By Adrianna LoChirco Dear Incoming High School Freshmen, These next four years may contain many relationships coming to an end, a lot of drama with people, and will especially go through an intense amount of stress. During these next … Continue reading Dear Incoming Freshmen..
Written By Adrianna LoChirco The novel coronavirus is no longer culturally novel — it’s been several weeks since schools and non-essential workplaces began to close down, and many are settling into what’s become a new normal of social distancing. Instead … Continue reading Bored While in Quarantine?
Written by Macy Young During this time of COVID-19 cancellation, being stuck in the house can get quite boring. However, there are still things to do during this time out. Clean/Organize your room: Of course this is quite obvious, but … Continue reading Quick Fixes for Quarantine Boredom
Written By Christian Ploetner Sunday Start the day with a little coffee! Monday Channel your inner bad self to start the week! Tuesday Become a skater Boy on Tuesday. Wednesday Everyone needs a lazy day in the … Continue reading Fall Fashion for a Week
Written by Morgan Dawson Throughout the seasons, people like to make their own type of sweet and delicious food. For fall I have two amazing recipes that you can make in your home. Pumpkin roll: · Preheat oven to … Continue reading Sweet Treats