Tide Lines

Seniors Deal with COVID-19

Students in the student section cheered the varsity football team on to victory during the 2020 football season. COVID-19 has turned spectating sports virtual instead of attending in person. “Football Fridays were some of the best nights of my life, I miss going to the games after a long week of school and cheering the team on in the student section. The whole school comes together and we have a great time there. Definitely something I miss about high school,” said graduated student Clayton Demcher.
September 17, 2020

The COVID-19 virus has made this school year different from past years. This has been a new and difficult experience for everyone, especially the seniors.  Classrooms are empty because some students...

School Violence: The Series

School Violence: The Series
How Media Portrays School Shootings
March 12, 2020

“More than 240,000 students have experienced gun violence at school since Columbine.” Laughter and happiness was all gone in seconds. In this case gunshots were the reason it was taken away. Sadly,...

What if the Ghost was Gone?

A student pulls out her phone in class during school to check her Snapchat for updates. Students all across the world have been using this eight-year-old app that has made a name for itself as one of the most popular social media platforms to ever come out. “I would say that our generation is addicted to Snapchat. It has become a regular part of the common teen’s day. Not only to message people, but to do streaks and add to their stories,” senior Preston Hunter said.
January 10, 2020

New filters, new selfies, new groups, new stories and new streaks all in the same app that continuously keeps getting updates and becomes more popular as time goes on. Snapchat has consumed the attention...

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