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Volleyball loses opener

Volleyball loses opener

Katie Blessman, Reporter

September 13, 2020

The North high varsity team opened their season with a tough three-set loss to Northwest  on Friday September 11th  at North high. Due to COVID-19, USD 259 wasn't sure if we were going to have fall sports. The BOE revisited their decision to cancel fall sports and in a 6-1 decision, they overt...

Quarantine Old Town

Quarantine Old Town

Jennifer Anima, Reporter

April 23, 2020

From a frisbee, to an injury, to a great season

From a frisbee, to an injury, to a great season

Jennifer Anima, Reporter

April 18, 2020

It was a normal school day during life time for Omarion Trezvant. Alongside his fellow classmates he was doing what any other basketball player would do in the gym, putting up shots. On the other side of the gym another student threw a frisbee not knowing just a few seconds later it would end up under...

Cynthia Meza on Creating Her Own Prom Dress

Cynthia Meza on Creating Her Own Prom Dress

Jennifer Anima, Reporter

April 14, 2020

Prom, one of the biggest events of the year for a senior. A day where you can go all out, buy a fancy dress, wear a tux for the first time, and finally drive up in the best car possible. But for Cynthia Meza this night was more than that. As a sophomore Meza had already decided she would create her...

An Open Letter from a North High Senior

An Open Letter from a North High Senior

Sadie Millard, Reporter

March 28, 2020

I was in 8th grade when I received the phone call that would change my life. I had been accepted into the North High Bio-Med program! It sounds dramatic, I know. But it was the beginning of a wonderful four years that has now been cut entirely too short. North was not my neighborhood school but I was...

On the right path

On the right path

Jennifer Anima, Reporter

March 27, 2020

A key part to a student's senior year is getting ready for college. With college being on the pricey side, students spend most of their year filling out scholarship applications and waiting for news that can be life changing. Vladimir Flores (like any other senior) has been busy filling out applications,...

Makeups the Move

Jennifer Anima, Reporter

March 27, 2020

Her career took off as a freshman when she realized her talents could be used on multiple people, not just her mom. Aylin Briseno fell in love with the idea of being able to express her artistry through makeup. Makeup has become a topic that has earned a great amount of clout through different social...

Quarantine at the Keeper

Quarantine at the Keeper

Jennifer Anima, Reporter

March 27, 2020

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The Life of a Transfer Exchange student

Wendy Martinez and Grace Claudio

January 31, 2020

Amanda is senior that came to North High this year as a transfer exchange student from Brazil. She first arrived here in August 11th and is set to go back to Brazil on May 25th after graduation. She says that her life here and in Brazil are completely different. "Walking in general here is different you have t...

“Bringing vision to life;” Pacholski to be published

Kenda Farhat and Gabi Ehss

January 28, 2020

    Years ago, Ashton Pacholski had pictured himself a published author, and in February, this dream will become a reality. Pacholski is now well into his second year teaching at North, after being a tutor for five years and attending as a student. He teaches English to Freshmen and Seniors. Mr. Pacho...

Navigating Scholarship Season

Ian Mathews, Reporter

January 22, 2020

Scholarship season is here. For students planning to attend college next fall, this time can be filled with stress, procrastination, and oftentimes - confusion. So how should students navigate scholarship season? North High provides students with the College and Career Center (CCC), which allows students...

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