New Year Welcomes Two Brand New Classes

Jack Tessier, Features Editor

February 6, 2019

The new year brings change. New styles, new iPhones, new school semester, and so on. 2019 also brings the beginnings of some brand new classes. Culinary teacher Kathryn Kiser is excited to teach Culinary II for the first time...

Recovering Addict Shares Story

Carly Herbert, Editor-in-Chief

February 6, 2019

Since 2013, heroin overdoses have been the leading cause of unnatural deaths in Virginia. Heroin isn’t just an issue here in Virginia, it’s also becoming a nationwide epidemic. This makes the message of reformed heroin...

Homework Policy Sparks Frustration

Emma Gray, Managing Editor

February 6, 2019

“We have a homework policy?” several members of the Superintendent Student Advisory Council asked in their most recent meeting, resulting in Meaghan Brill, principal, sending out an email requiring all faculty to make the...

Teachers Take on Richmond

Harper Crater, Head Sports Editor

February 6, 2019

As of now, there will be school on Jan. 28, Virginia teachers plan to march to the state Capitol building on Jan. 28 to protest below average teacher salaries and under resourced public schools. According to Education Weekly,...

Tech Future Lies in the Hands of Generation Z

Emma Gray, Managing Editor

December 6, 2018

Cybersecurity is one of the fastest growing job industries in the country and junior Luke Schlueter is getting a jump start in the field. “I became interested in cyber because I am amazed by technology and want to expand my...

Welcoming Winter Weather in Warrenton

Jackson Rogers, Viewpoint Editor

December 6, 2018

Recently, a large portion of the Northern East Coast was hit with a swift and heavy snowfall that ave way to two snow days. The initial snowfall covered most of Fauquier County in ith two inches of snow on November 15th and 16th. Students...

Administration Returns to Teaching Roots

Jack Tessier, Features Editor

December 6, 2018

Students in Mr. Early’s Agricultural Machinery class walked in to a surprising sight. Instead of Mr. Early, they saw Principal Meaghan Brill, ready to teach. The administration have recently been getting back in the classroom...

Covering Controversy in the Classroom

Madison Slevin, News Editor

December 6, 2018

In a time where ignoring the news is difficult, teachers explain how they approach covering controversial topics in the classroom. Current events have always been a point of discussion, but social studies teachers working in...

Participating in Democracy

Madison Slevin, News Editor

November 8, 2018

The 2018 November midterm is quickly approaching. As eligible teens register to vote for the first time, election pages are hard at working learning their jobs for the day. The midterm elections on Nov. 6 will allow the 18 in...

Celebrating the Best and the Brightest

Madison Slevin, News Editor

November 8, 2018

Only a certain few know the feeling of being nationally recognized for their performance on the PSAT. Kettle Run is host to several commended merit scholars and two semifinalists. The Merit Scholar award recognizes those in the...

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