Preparations for PoetryOutLoud

Nate Bruce and Hilario Escalon

January 19, 2018

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As students memorize poems for the upcoming PoetryOutLoud, nerves peak and hearts beat. Things begin to fall into place as students are eliminated and chosen to proceed further into the competition. Any North high student can join Poet...

Students win “Gold Key” at scholastic art competition

Marlen Castaneda and Carlie Nagy

January 19, 2018

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North High students Laurel Franklin and Giselle Martinez, both won gold keys in the State Scholastic Art Competition. In order to win this award, the students' piece must be entered upon teachers recommendation. Laurel Franklin...

DECA to compete at Newman Competition

Rosalia Salazar and Raven Cheater

January 19, 2018

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The DECA students will be competing at the Kansas DECA competition at Newman University on January 26. At this competition, they will be able to showcase their marketing, finance and hospitality skills against other schools from...

HOCO change

Carlie Nagy and Frida Loera

January 17, 2018

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Homecoming week has been changed from February 5th-10th to the following week, February 12th-17th. STUCO sponsor Curtis Redus said the date change was due to the ACT testing thats taking place that Saturday and North is the site...

Power Lifting

Frida Loera, reporter

January 12, 2018

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Power Lifting is a team that competes against other schools by benching, squatting and cleaning weight; which are the main lifts kids put in practice every day. The competitions allow these kids to get out there and challenge...

CCC setting up profession days

Raven Cheater, reporter

January 8, 2018

Filed under News, Student Life

Most likely a student visits the CCC for college based reasons , however that is beginning to change . Ms. stork head of the ccc is providing a chance for you to explore different career options . During selected advocacies ...

Sophomores have chance at Open Campus

Rosalia Salazar and Janet Robles

January 8, 2018

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With second semester underway, certain sophomores have been given the opportunity to go off campus during lunch. Sophomores who have earned 10 credits or more can pick up a "Lunch Pass" form from Academy one and must turn it...

Lights on St.Paul

Marissa Lopez, Paityn McCaffree, and Diego Rodriguez

December 13, 2017

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The Arc’s Lights on Douglas and St.Paul is one of the largest fundraisers in the Sedgwick County area. The donations collected on Sunday – Thursdays help out people and families with intellectual disabilities.  YESS (Youth...

Christmas at the convent

Celia Eichbauer, Reporter

December 13, 2017

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In addition to being a huge Nebraska football fan, Sister Diana is a part of a convent that she loves dearly “it’s been a great fit for me my whole life” She feels “spiritually nourished” saying it “makes my life fruitful”. Sister...

Hip Hop team returns to North

Carina Barron and Marissa Ontiveros

December 13, 2017

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The hip hop club was a hit two years ago here at North, but sadly Ms.Penny needed a break says coach Gugino. A couple of students talked Mr.Wagner into bringing it back. "Mr.Wagner has a competitive drill team Wichita dynamic...

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