What inspired you to be a teacher? His family was his inspiration for becoming a teacher. His mother taught special education and fourth grade for 41 years in the Fort Zumwalt school district and his father is an electrical engineer. Being a science teacher seemed to make sense! How long have you been teaching? This is his sixth year teaching. All have been at … Continue reading Teacher of the Week (Mr. Young)
Have you completely lost your motivation to complete your work? Are you ready for the week to be over? If you’re like me, you’ve procrastinated every single assignment since the semester began. Well, the fantastic Mr. Burgoyne has assigned me to post an article for the week, so I present to you: Every Article I’ve Started and Procrastinated •New Year’s Resolutions- I started this article … Continue reading The Art of Procrastination 3/20/19
Prom night is supposed to be an American rite of passage, an evening not to be missed. But is it really worth all the fuss — the anxiety about who to go with, how to ask, what to wear and how much to spend? Yes, if you really feel like prom will be one of the highlights of your high school life. Yes, if you … Continue reading Is Prom Worth it?
What inspired you to be a teacher? She grew up in a family of “nurturers”. She remember “playing” school with her sisters and cousins at my Grandma’s house. (Ask Mrs. Bauer–she loved playing the role of teacher!) Her parents valued education and emphasized the importance of school. She knew she wanted to help others and being an educator gave her that opportunity. How long have … Continue reading Teacher of the Week (Mrs. Vail)
What could you give up for 40 days and 40 nights? You should give up something for lent that you have to make a conscious effort to avoid. Single use plastics – Try to avoid plastics that cannot be reused! Soda- It’s not good for you so why not take a break! Looking in a mirror- Stop the worrying! You look great! Eating out- Saves … Continue reading 20 Things to give up for Lent
What inspired you to be a teacher? When she was younger, her mom told her to become a teacher. She never really saw myself as a teacher throughout high school. When she graduated high school, she started out as a Baking & Pastry Major through STLCC. That was short lived because of the waiting list for the program. She still took college courses and was … Continue reading Teacher of the Week (Ms. Stay)
Freshman: LeiAnn Ford & Josh Hoelting Sophomores: Brooklyn Brown & Nolan Reichers Juniors: Sidney Moore & Dylan Schindler Seniors: Remi Taylor & Lucy Boschert Staff: Mr. Brown & Ms. Moore Continue reading Students of the Month 2/26/19
Today: 3:30 Scholar Bowl @ Christian HS HS Winter Sports Banquets: Feb. 28th- HS cheer 6:00 in the HS commons March 7th- Boys Basketball 6:30 in the HS commons PROM: April 27th- @ OM KC Hall Math Tutoring: Every Tuesday & Thursday- 2:30-3:30 Spanish Tutoring: Every Monday & Wednesday- 2:30-3:30 Congrats to our Wrestling All-Conference recipients! Austin Gross- 1st Team 126 lbs Clark Rogers- 2nd … Continue reading Announcements 2/26/19
Mass shootings have become a hot topic to discuss in the last few years, as more and more of them keep happening. The United States has had 57 times more school shootings than any other major country in the world, according to CNN. And as the Gun Violence Archives reported, 307 mass shootings have happened in the US in 2018 alone. Thirty-one shootings have already … Continue reading What’s Worse? The Guns or The People?
Netflix is everyone’s go to, although since January of 2019 Netflix came out telling people that the price will be $13 instead of $11. The price is still cheaper than Hulu, but Hulu varies from $7.99-39.99. Although, Netflix doesn’t update their movies and tv shows very often. Although, Netflix is $13 it’s 10% cheaper than any Satellite bill costs and they have many things to … Continue reading Is Netflix too over priced?