Showing Off their Sense of Style

Carly Herbert, Editor-in-Chief

May 7, 2019

Fashion Marketing students hit the catwalk donning some of the hottest spring fashions. The annual fashion show was held in the commons on April 2 during all four lunch shifts. The event was student planned, from the fashion...

Buzzer Beater Faculty Senior Basketball Game

Carly Herbert, Editor-in-Chief

May 6, 2019

The faculty walked away with bragging rights after winning this year’s senior/ faculty basketball game 68- 66. The game took place during fourth block on April 26. Tickets were $5 and were sold at the door. Junior class...

‘A Soldier’s Experience’ Educates

Carly Herbert, Editor-in-Chief

May 6, 2019

From professional to deeply personal, four military veterans shared their stories with members of the Kettle Run community. The event, which took place on Tuesday, April 2 in the auditorium, was organized by psychology teacher...

Making Memories One Last Time

February 22, 2019

  Most students love the second term. It allows them to unwind and get ready for the summer Seniors, however, have to deal with college acceptances and other stressful items. Luckily, they have a ski trip to let them unload some stress on the slopes. There are...

Shedding Light on the Civil Rights Era

February 22, 2019

The junior class got a lesson on civil rights from those who experienced it first hand. On Tuesday, Feb. 5, juniors gathered in the auditorium for the “Civil Rights Roundtable” where they listened to panelists share their experiences regarding the fight for civil...

From Pages to the Silver Screen

Faith Schaeffer, Features Editor

February 22, 2019

The Oscar nominated movie, “Green Book” is shining a light on what life was like during segregation. The movie is based on the true story of a musician in New York City and the travel guide he used to navigate the south...

“It’s Time to Fund Our Future!”

Carly Herbert, Editor-in-Chief

February 22, 2019

Superintendent Dr. David Jeck has asked for $8.8 million in additional funds to help keep teachers and support staff in Fauquier County. If approved, teachers will receive pay raises of 2-14 percent (depending on years of experience and steps). School nurses, instru...

County Wide Policy Favors Freshmen

Harper Crater, Head Sports Editor

December 6, 2018

In such a rapidly progressing technological society, educators at the Virginia Department of Education have made changes to keep up with the times. In our little corner of the world, evolving education has taken the form of...

Celebrating Halloween with Spooky Superstitions

Carly Herbert, Editor-in-Chief

November 7, 2018

In the spirit of Halloween, superstitions and scary movies have everyone on the edge of their seats. Almost everyone has some kind of superstition or belief that scares them or maybe just brings out their irrational side, but i...

Local Human Trafficking Prevention Efforts

Carly Herbert, Editor-in-Chief

October 10, 2018

     A string of viral tweets regarding possible human trafficking scams across the country recently made its way to Fauquier County, causing students to become aware of a current issue that is making its way closer and cl...