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At the Thursday, Nov. 18, Board of Education (BOE) meeting, parents attended to voice their concerns regarding a variety of topics. A few parents applauded at the close of each comment. Jason Moore, RSD parent, spoke up about his dislike of the materials being taught at schools. I did not feel comfortable reading what I saw, Moore said at the meeting. Rethink how this district is being led.
Under Review
Parents have put several books in RSD school libraries under official review, claiming they contain pornography and references to violence and drugs
Stephanie Lei (she/her) and Arpitha Sistla (she/her) • 6 days ago

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Shortage Central
Marin Ellington (she/her) , Editor in Chief • January 18, 2022
Memorial Service Honors Fallen Administrator
Marin Ellington (she/her) , Editor in Chief • January 18, 2022
MHSNews | Rockwood Faces Staff Shortage Issues
Jack Huster, Staff Reporter • January 13, 2022
Rethinking the Mask Mandate
Elle Devous (she/her) , Staff Reporter • January 11, 2022
New Data Results in Reevaluation of Mitigation Strategies
Marin Ellington (she/her) , Editor in Chief • January 10, 2022
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The boys wrestling senior night event was held in the MHS theater Thursday, Jan. 6, as a part of what Sean Torgoley, girls wrestling coach, said he hopes will become a long standing tradition. It just feels more special in the theater, Torgoley said. Aiden Strobel, freshman, was one of the wrestlers who one his match against Eureka by forfeit that evening as he was the only member of his weight class.
Wrestling Senior Night Celebrated in the Theater
Marin Ellington (she/her), Editor-in-Chief • January 20, 2022

Smoke filled the air, illuminated by the pink and yellow lights as the boys wrestling team members were introduced on their senior night, Thursday,...

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Swim Team Upholds Winning Relay Tradition
Akhila Swarna (she/her), Co-Associate Editor • December 25, 2021
Growing Up Football
Ben Hughes (he/him) and Marin Ellington (she/her) • December 25, 2021
The Rise Of MHS Girls Wrestling
Emma Tyulyayev (she/her), Staff Reporter • December 17, 2021
Boys Soccer Season Ends In State Quarterfinals
Taryn Moore (she/her), Sports Editor • December 5, 2021
Senior Signs To Play Division I Basketball
Taryn Moore (she/her), Sports Editor • November 30, 2021
Everyone has differing opinions on whether or not finals should happen and how they should be managed. Changes will come and go and, who knows, we might not have finals eventually. Whatever happens, is for the teachers and the school district to decide, but students can make their voice heard in this debate.
Opinion: Finals -- Where are They Now?
Myles Edgington, Student Reporter • January 16, 2022

With the first semester now behind us, we can take a moment to reflect on one important issue: finals. How many classes are still doing finals? It...

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Opinion: America Must Change Gun Laws
Liza Cooper (she/her), Opinions Editor • December 17, 2021
Opinion: The Semester Should End Now
Annie Alcorn , Staff Reporter • December 17, 2021
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MHSNews | Student Directs One Act Play
MHSNews | Student Directs One Act Play
Brianna Inman, Staff Reporter • 6 minutes ago

One Acts is a student-directed play that allows students to have an opportunity to direct on their own.

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Mr. Bolton's Creative Element Squares
Jack Favazza, Online Publisher • January 12, 2022
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MHSNews | Student Directs One Act Play
MHSNews | Student Directs One Act Play
Brianna Inman, Staff Reporter • 6 minutes ago

One Acts is a student-directed play that allows students to have an opportunity to direct on their own.

Hawkeye Season One Review
Shyam Punnachalil, Staff Reporter • January 13, 2022
Fans Reflect on Evolution of Spider-Man
Aarushi Bute (she/her), Co-Associate Editor • December 27, 2021
Restaurant Review: The Smokehouse Market
Jacob Robinson, Staff Reporter • December 24, 2021
Review: Encanto
Anika Talyan (she/her), A&E Editor • December 17, 2021
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