AP exam registration numbers declining

AP exam registration numbers declining

Paige Hatfield September 27, 2023

Every AP class has an optional College Board AP exam for the chance for students to earn college credit.  The exam is scored on a five-point scale and students must receive a four or five to obtain...

Fines possible for students caught vaping

Fines possible for students caught vaping

Salsabil Qaddoura September 14, 2023

The fire alarms have gone off five times since the beginning of the school year, frustrating staff and students alike. None have been planned drills. Some alarms are a result of construction malfunctions,...

New policies change morning procedures

New policies change morning procedures

Anna Grueninger, News Section Editor September 11, 2023

Less than one month into the school year, Principal Danny Mendez announced new morning entry procedures for students.  When students are released from the buses, they must go straight to the cafeteria...

Late start students frustrated with lack of parking

Late start students frustrated with lack of parking

Fran Brown September 8, 2023

Late start is a privilege available to junior and senior students, and many add it to their schedules. It means dropping a first period entirely, and coming into school by the start of second period each...

Seniors enjoy their lunches in the Senior Cafeteria.

Students discuss Senior Honor Code adjustments

Jackson Scott August 28, 2023

Administration announced the return of Senior Honor Code on August 17. Applications are due August 31. In the past, Senior Honor Code granted the following privileges to accepted seniors: calling themselves...

Students receive a glow stick for each lap they complete at Lawrence North’s “Light the Night” event. Beads were also selected by each participant to represent who or what they are walking for.

Bring Change to Mind shines light on mental health stigmas

Cailyn Robertson May 16, 2023

As Mental Health Awareness month, May is a big deal for Bring Change to Mind (BC2M), one of NC’s newest clubs. It gives them the opportunity to not only grow their publicity, but to spread their message...

Students prepare to take AP Exams

Ava Parker April 27, 2023

It is officially AP testing season and students are rushing to finalize studying for the exams before they begin next week. After a whole year of rigorous work, the testing will decide whether students...

Cantrell (left) and Jackson shake hands to end Senior Assassin 2023.

Senior Assassin ends in tie, controversy

Hank Fleetwood, Editor April 26, 2023

NC’s annual Senior Assassin competition wrapped up last month, crowning two champions: Ethan Cantrell and Quintay Jackson. With the first tie since the pandemic-shortened 2020 competition, the agreement...

Booths set up across the cafeteria promote job opportunities.

Summer Job Fair provides future career opportunities

Anna Grueninger, News Section Editor April 21, 2023

On Tuesday, NC hosted a Summer Job Fair at 6 p.m. in the cafeteria. The Summer Job Fair was open to all students and members of the community. People went to the fair to meet with different employers and...

Construction begins on set for the 2023 spring play PUFFS.

Auditorium closes as “PUFFS” development begins

Cailyn Robertson March 27, 2023

Starting Thursday, the auditorium will be closed as further progress on the spring play is made. This year’s spring play, "PUFFS," has been in development since its auditions on February 24. Since...

Junior Class Council sells slushies during lunch periods on March 15. All money raised from the sales was put towards the prom budget.

Junior Class Council focuses on fundraising for prom

Ava Parker March 20, 2023

Prom is a significant experience for those who attend, but often the students do not realize all the work that goes into planning the event. The Junior Class Council is in charge of organizing prom...

Students display their exhibits together in a gallery-walk style, presenting their research to passerby.

National History Day remains altered by pandemic

Cailyn Robertson March 20, 2023

National History Day (NHD) is an annual project-contest held nationwide for grades 6-12. It aims to promote the study and appreciation of history among participating students, giving them the freedom...

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