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Will Bratton, junior, said in the face of current societal and political division, Americans need to accept and respect each other’s opinions. “We need to go back to our roots and solve things in a civil way, rather than with the aggression that is going on right now.”

MHS Students and Staff Reflect on Election Season

Lauren Pickett, In-Depth Editor December 15, 2020

Social divisiveness and political polarization following the presidential election has caused the community to reflect on how issues regarding the state of the nation have affected society and their lives. The...

Matt Taylor, freshman, finds virtual coursework to be difficult. He is not alone, as many students have struggled with online learning this fall. To help struggling students, RSD has created an in-house credit recovery program using their own curriculum and teachers. Students who have failed classes in the first quarter now have the opportunity to earn credits during the second quarter needed to graduate.

RSD Launches Credit Recovery Program

Grace Taylor, Staff Reporter December 7, 2020

RSD has created an in-house credit recovery program using their own curriculum and teachers. Students who have failed classes in the first quarter now have the opportunity to earn credits during the second...

Sharitz's Instagram features books for upcoming holidays, inspirational quotations and announcements.

Library Social Media Connects Students

Akhila Swarna, A&E Editor December 5, 2020

After awaiting the perfect cookbook to recreate recipes with her family, Junior Kami Matthews finally encountered the ideal cookbook: Teen Cuisine by Matthew Locricchio.  “I was able to try new foods...

Joe Dorlac continues to sub at MHS and help out during the teacher shortage.

Substitute Teachers Adapt to In Person Learning

Lajja Patel, Staff Reporter December 5, 2020

While students have transitioned to in-person learning these past few weeks, the absence of teachers is increasing due to more COVID-19 cases. “With the shortage around, it seems like I have to cover...

Students alter their school belongings from last year to implement more hygiene products for use throughout the day.

New Suggestion Encourages Students to Stop Sharing

Mason Kellerman, Illustrator November 30, 2020

Nov. 12 was a day long-awaited for many. For the first time since March 14, students repacked their backpacks, except this time, not only with textbooks and pencils. Along with the other changes...

Juniors Emily Lory and Srushti Boyar created the Technology Student Association (TechSA), flyer pictured above. “We are hoping it will become a community where people with similar passions can come together and TechSA can provide them with resources that will help them further pursue interests and learn,” Lory said.

New Clubs Bring New Opportunities to MHS

Lajja Patel, Staff Reporter November 20, 2020

Despite COVID-19, two new clubs have developed continuing to give students the opportunity to get involved. Juniors Emily Lory and Srushti Boyar created the Technology Student Association (TechSA)....

Dr. Lisa Counts, Assistant Superintendent of Schools, proposes the inclement weather days plan to the Board of Education (BOE) Thursday, Oct. 22

Virtual Learning Replaces Inclement Weather Days

Aarushi Bute, News Editor November 20, 2020

The RSD Board of Education (BOE) has announced that in case of inclement weather, schools will conduct a virtual half day, similar to the Monday schedule. Assistant Superintendent Supervision of Schools...

The Holiday Dreams Drive takes place in December; however, donations are accepted starting Oct. 1.

Casey Organizes Annual Holiday Dreams Drive

Rutaiba Siddiqui November 18, 2020

As the holiday season rolls around, so does the annual MHS Holiday Dreams Drive.  The drive was originally created by former counselor Rusty Smith, as a way to spread the holiday spirit to students...

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