Cars park in front of door 1 in the snow.

Students disappointed over unproductive eLearning day; teachers look on the bright side

Abel Flessner January 27, 2023

After school on a cold Tuesday in January, students await a text from the administration telling them that school has been canceled. At around 6 p.m, students and parents get that text. The only downside...

A student takes the newly-released survey.

Students discuss speculation over a potential grading policy change

Abel Flessner December 6, 2022

The new grading policy is one of the biggest changes this year, and has received the most negative feedback. The 80/20 policy set in place has been negatively affecting students’ grades all over the...

Unnecessary fire alarms disrupt learning environment

December 2, 2022

This week, third period was interrupted by a fire alarm. Students filed out of the building as the alarms rang. The alarm was set off within minutes before the start of the lunch periods, causing the schedule...

Toilet filth found in upper J bathroom

Bathrooms become uncomfortably dirty

David Dierks November 14, 2022

Have you ever walked in a bathroom and been disgusted by what you see? Everytime I go to the bathroom I feel dirty standing there looking down at the toilets. There is always pee and feces on the entire...

Insufficient traffic direction slows student arrival

November 11, 2022

Recently, transportation to school has been a major inconvenience for students, whether they ride the bus, drive or get dropped off. For student drivers, the issue has been especially prevalent. Since...

eLearning day overall unproductive for students

eLearning day overall unproductive for students

Abel Flessner November 10, 2022

On Tuesday, students were instructed to stay home for an eLearning day on Election Day Teachers were forced to go to school and partake in meetings. The idea was for students to have about 30 minutes of...

No hood rule still unpopular

November 9, 2022

Ever since elementary school we have always been told not to wear hats or hoods in school, but as we grow older there is really no reason to enforce this rule. Administrators say that it is to identify...

Seniors get to vote for the first time

Abel Flessner November 7, 2022

Every year, seniors in high school that turn 18 and register to vote by the deadline get to vote in the election for the first time in their lives. They sign up, and are designated a specific location...

80/20 rule not beneficial for students

September 27, 2022

With the end of the first midterm, students and parents are starting to see the impact of the 80/20 grading policy. Eighty percent of students’ grades are decided by mastery assignments, tests and projects,...

Two students wear the shoes in the Student Center.

New shoes take school by storm

Abel Flessner September 16, 2022

At NC we have a lot of people wearing a lot of different things. Some of these things are crazy, and to the average person, seem very odd. One of these things is the foam golf ball shoes that people wear. There...

The lunch workers have laid out the sides in preparation for the lunch periods.

School lunch has changed too much

David Dierks September 8, 2022

Countless changes have been occurring throughout the school the past few years due to COVID-19, with the worst of all being the school lunches. Drastic changes have happened to school lunches from pre-COVID,...

A junior checks his phone during class.

Technology in the classroom: sin or virtue

Isaiah Wade September 1, 2022

Gen Z is the generation that uses and relies on technology the most. The internet, social media and technology as a whole bring a lot of great things to the table. Though, it can be argued that every positive...

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