Students share reactions to protests in the Capitol

Junior Emily Schneider
January 8, 2021

Q and A with junior Emily Schneider and sophomore Johnny Marshall A: Marshall’s answers A: Schneider’s answers Q: What do you think has led people to march into the Capitol? A: I think...

Protests at the Capitol: History teacher Ed Hruskocy Q and A

Protests at the Capitol: History teacher Ed Hruskocy Q and A
January 8, 2021

1) What was your initial reaction to the rioters breaching the capitol?   “Stunned. Shocked. My reaction was similar to the events of 9-11 from a "What the . . . " standpoint.  I actually...

Students forced to revert to virtual learning

The school building will be largely empty of students for the remainder of the semester.
November 16, 2020

Since hybrid learning began at the start of quarter two, there has been a sentiment that while it was good that students were returning, many doubted how long the hybrid option would last.  With cases...

Throwback Thursday: 1979 — The graduation year of President-elect Biden’s chief of staff

Ron Klain was recently named President-elect Joe Biden's chief of staff.
Ron Klain was recently named to the post as part of the presidential transition
November 12, 2020

In recognition of graduate Ron Klain being named President-elect Joe Biden's new chief of staff, we take a look back at NC from 1978-79.

Basketball season begins

Basketball season begins
November 10, 2020

Last week girls basketball started their season facing Westfield. The girls defeated the Shamrocks 67-37. On Saturday, they also faced Brownsburg and won 47-44.  Ava Couch the sophomore likes how the...

Editorial staff grades candidates

Editorial staff grades candidates
October 30, 2020

As an editorial staff we carefully examined each school board candidate individually, grading them based on a variety of criteria after our initial interviews. Rather than endorsing, we evaluated each...

Democratic view: student shares view on presidential election

October 30, 2020

The current president Donald Trump is the Republican nominee and is up for his second term. He is opposed by Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee and the former vice-president under the Obama administration.    The...

Students return to hybrid learning

Classroom desks replace tables as students prepare to return.
Student Maria Pulido speaks about stresses of online learning and return to school.
October 27, 2020

Due to the unprecedented changes brought about by COVID-19, students have been forced to adapt to online and hybrid learning.  Student Maria Pulido says she has been stressed since the start of this...

Former journalist seeks board seat

Former journalist seeks board seat
October 21, 2020

Tracey Horth Krueger is a candidate running for the Washington Township School Board. Krueger grew up in Indianapolis and graduated from Broad Ripple High School in 1976. Krueger went on to attend Butler...

Veteran teacher passes away

Veteran teacher passes away
October 21, 2020

North Central lost a member of its faculty on Sunday with the passing of Joseph (Yosef) Cohen. Cohen taught Hebrew for over 30 years, and was a very popular and well-loved member of the school.  “The...

Curlin looks to return to board

Curlin looks to return to board
October 20, 2020

Alexandra Curlin, mother of two past Washington Township students, served for about a year-and-a-half on the board starting in 2019. Curlin is running in District One against Deirdre George Davis. In 2018,...

George Davis focuses on equity in education

George Davis focuses on equity in education
October 19, 2020

Deirdre George Davis, who is running for school board in Washington Township, aims to achieve equity for all students and close the achievement gap. George Davis has been around the Township since she...

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