Articles by Roy Connors

AP 3D art students use independence to foster creativity

AP 3D art students use independence to foster creativity

January 16, 2018 | in Arts

Four classes, 25 students, one teacher, two kilns, one classroom. During fifth period, all of these people and objects can be found in room 41 as Ceramics I, II, III classes in addition to... Read More

Motorsports and Engineering club jump starts interest in mechanics

Motorsports and Engineering club jump starts interest in mechanics

December 11, 2017 | in Campus

Blotches of thick, black grease are swiped across the jeans of senior John Jogopulos as he reaches into the motor of an old, broken down truck. The 1982 Ford F-250 pickup truck is not... Read More

Art students sculpt their futures with portfolios

Art students sculpt their futures with portfolios

November 13, 2017 | in Arts

A cross made out of medical supplies… a unique concept that takes creativity to come up with, and technical skill to portray such a scene on a poster. For senior Jonathan Dinetz, the passion... Read More

Superintendent Randall Booker responds:

Superintendent Randall Booker responds:

November 8, 2017 | in News

What did the investigation process look like? “Two recent graduates came forward to connect with Eric Mapes to report their experiences with Cowherd during the Europe Trip last spring. As they were expressing their... Read More

History made as Settlemier suits up for varsity

History made as Settlemier suits up for varsity

September 19, 2017 | in Football

Peanut butter and celery, caramel and apples, a freshman on varsity football. At first look these combinations may seem like a foreign concept, but like pineapple on pizza they have found a way to... Read More

We needed a moment to “Never Forget”

We needed a moment to “Never Forget”

September 12, 2017 | in Opinions

I was angry at first, but now I am just disappointed. When a parent uses this line, it is to point out a big mistake that they want their child to think about and... Read More

Do your part: Participate in the test

Do your part: Participate in the test

May 23, 2017 | in Opinions

State testing. Two words every high schooler hates when used in conjunction. The routine of getting to school by 8 am, only to sit in a room and take tests for upwards of two... Read More

Students and staff seek positive steps forward

Students and staff seek positive steps forward

May 23, 2017 | in News

In response to the May 8 assembly addressing the anti-semitic behavior and hateful aftermath, the Share Y(our) Voice club hosted an event in the Alan Harvey Theatre to allow any students to share their... Read More

Video: 2017 ASB election preview

May 18, 2017 | in Web

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Junior Reece Proctor goes the distance (Video)

May 2, 2017 | in Web

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