Where Will You Be When The Ball Drops?

Noel Washington, Features Editor

January 12, 2017

3! 2! 1! Where will you be seen for the last minutes of 2016? To us New Year’s means friends, parties and glitter, but behind all of that the holiday means much more. Over centuries the calendar fell out of sync with the sun,...

Fact or Fiction?

Tyler Marshall, Staff Reporter

November 28, 2016

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Taking Filming Skills to a New Level

Erin Hogge, Features Editor

November 28, 2016

  Yearbook Students in the film analysis class had the opportunity to Skype with movie producer Steve Longi.   Videos can spread funny content, share important information, or simply make people smile. But ...

Guidance for the Real World

Erin Hogge, Features Editor

November 28, 2016

  With everything a student has to figure out in high school, like SAT scores, AP classes, or training for a game, the search for the right plan in life after high school adds stress. Career counselor Angelica Newham is helping students on t...

Workshop Helps Prevents Writer’s Block

Rutger Scott, Staff Reporter

November 28, 2016

Do you need help writing essays? If so, the National English Honor Society, NEHS, has the tools that may be able to help. The NEHS has created a new Writing Center. The Writing Center is a system intent on guiding students...

Discovering Your Roots in School

Madison Slevin, Lifestyle Editor

November 28, 2016

                Erin Hogge Sophomore Carly Herbert looks into the new Ancestry program during lunch. Students can find out family history before or after schoo...

Former Graduates of Kettle Run

Declan Boyle, Staff Reporter

October 25, 2016

I graduated in 2014 and went off to James Madison University. I’m now a rising junior, majoring in media arts and design, and minoring in French and economics. This fall I’m studying abroad in London, England through one of...

Child Development Gets Experience

Chris Dodson, Viewpoint Editor

October 25, 2016

Lori Rudolph's Child Development class is offering a new service to faculty and staff this year--childcare. Special Education teacher Michelle Erwin is thrilled with the new service. “We benefit from knowing EJ will get to the bus...

Girls Who Code Comes into the Spotlight

Madison Slevin, Lifestyle Editor

October 25, 2016

Girls Who Code is making a mark on Kettle Run by bringing the girl powered coding program into the light for many female students for the first time. Girls now have the opportunity to take part in the Girls Who Code program, thanks t...

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