Stampede

Isabella Infante, 12, studied from home while remote, while Libby Bowden, 12, works on a project in fashion trends. The debate between online and in-person school has been going on for months, with benefits and downsides to both (photos submitted by I. Infante and I. Williams, photo illustration by L. Kuhn).

The Online/In-Person Debate

Lily Haney, Staff Writer
March 5, 2021
At the state senate I, along with three other victims, spoke to pass a new law (photo credit A. Davis).

You Aren’t Alone

Annabelle Davis, Staff Writer
February 26, 2021
During her sixth hour geometry class Chelsey Kirk, 10, works on her building project. Students like her are busy with work from both classes and extracurriculars (Photo by CCallen).

Busy Bee Hard at Work

Grayson Roberts, Staff Writer
March 11, 2020
On April 24, Alynna Mattox, 9, felt creative to pose behind this tree during a field trip to the arboretum. Mattox is preparing to go on a trip over spring break (Photo by AMarney).

Being Safe Over Break

Sarah McCoy, Staff Writer
March 10, 2020
At the end of the scrimmage, Fletcher Pankey, 10, lines up to shoot free throws. He had just been fouled and had the opportunity to get 2 points (photo by EDowd).

Feature: Money Misconceptions

Sadie Kuhn, Staff Writer
February 26, 2020
Photo Illustration by SPUB

Vaping Voices

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
February 20, 2020
On Oct. 9, Noah Hunt, 12, helps lead students in worship at Fields of Faith. Usually out on the football felid this year, however, it had to be moved inside to the auditorium due to rain (Photo by K.Clooney).

Effects of School on Religion

Sarah McCoy, Staff Writer
October 12, 2019
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