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Bronco Life: Volume 6

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  • During 7th hour debate class, Luke Torrez, 12, and Adiel Garcia, 12, prepared for their debate tournament. The pair went undefeated and earned second place. (Photo by Hannah King)

  • On Nov. 7, during second hour. Madeline Weaver, 9, and Addison Bond, 11, rehearse with the rest of the jazz band. Tristan Bartley directed them. (photo by Olivia Tarvin)

  • On Nov. 7, HOSA, an organization of future health professionals, ran the annual blood drive. Students volunteered for various tasks throughout the event, and those of age and with guardian permission donated alongside community members. (photo by Hailey Evans)

  • On Nov. 7, Payton Snow, 9, worked on their project in Abby Stallbaumer’s art fundamentals class. Students use the class to express themselves through art. (photo by Daniel Heinen)

  • The cast of “The Music Man” works through a table read of the script Nov. 2. The cast performed four times between Nov. 15-18 under the direction of Adrianna Wendel. (photo by Lenore Pinkerton)

  • Michelle Weltz, English teacher, helps Taylor Thomson, 11, analyze the passage for rhetorical choices. This helps Thomson practice for the rhetorical essay on their upcoming test. (photo by Hailey Evans)

  • On Nov. 1, Adrianna Wendel, theater teacher, demonstrates how to apply different kinds of makeup. The class practiced how to create injuries and age lines among another things. (photo by Ashley Fuel-Tyner)

  • On Aug. 31, Lillian Gillcrist, 12, and Aleaha Schwinn, 11,, get pointers from head coach Thomas Sherron during a home meet. Overall, the JV team went 13-5 that day. (photo by Mallory Marmon)

  • On Sept. 20, Addison Meats, 11, practices on the Sycamore Ridge golf course driving range. The team practiced at Sycamore Ridge, on either the driving range or the course, most days but rarely competed there. (photo by Gianna Cowsert)

  • On Nov. 11, juniors and seniors gather for the induction ceremony of the National Honors Society. This was the finalization for the entrance of the members. (photo by Kayley Tran)

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Hannah King, Galleries Manager, Senior Ads Manager
What’s up buttercup? My name is Hannah King and this is my second year in SPUB. This year I am a galleries and senior ad manager. I wanted to do SPUB because Rory Gilmore is iconic and I love finding the small things that people don’t know about each other.  Journalism provides an opportunity for students and staff to connect with not only each other, but the local community as well. I am excited to get to know the new staff and design senior ads. Along with SPUB I am also involved with cheer, Links, STUCO, Band, AV club, and I am the vice president of the FFA chapter. Outside of school I work at Culvers and Gierengers Orchard. When I'm not working you can catch me cramming at Panera, hanging out with my goats, grabbing a sip at Dutch Bros, or wandering around a library. I’m so excited for this year and I can't wait to see the amazing things we will do as a staff this year!

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