Creative outlet for students are not counted for art credit

Jacqueline Sanchez, Copy Editor February 24, 2021

Senior Samantha Lewandowski spends approximately 30 hours a week working on projects for her TV production classes. Her interest in media began in 9th grade. Currently, she is enrolled in every television...

EAST help other schools grow program

Natalie Herrera, Reporter February 18, 2021

Each year, the number of EAST programs in the Springdale School district continues to grow. With over twenty EAST programs in the district, more students are having the opportunity to have an individualized...

Basketball team rebounds after COVID-19 sweep

Avery Lanning, Co-editor February 17, 2021

With only one returning player, the boys basketball team is working to prove doubters wrong this season after COVID-19 related game cancellations.  According to senior Aaron Oliger, the team was ranked...

Arkansas United Youth Committee distributes food drive items outside St. Raphael's Catholic Church.

Arkansas United Youth Committee teaches leadership skills while serving community

Alli Flynt, Reporter February 16, 2021

The Arkansas United Youth Committee was created in January 2020 with the intention to get younger people involved with Arkansas United. According to senior Pedro Manon, vice president of the Arkansas United...

Breezy, the cleaning robot, makes his first ever appearance

Breezy, the cleaning robot, makes his first ever appearance

Alli Flynt, Reporter February 2, 2021

BreezyOne, the brand new disinfectant robot, can quickly sanitize the school at a much smaller price. This new technology was introduced as a more efficient method of sanitation that will be safer for...

Teachers return to school after leave of absence

Natalie Herrera, Reporter February 2, 2021

As the school year continues, many teachers are still anxious about being back in the classroom during the COVID-19 pandemic. For this same reason, teachers are taking extra precautionary measures to ensure...

District experiences shortage in COVID-19 vaccines

Jacqueline Sanchez, Copy Editor February 2, 2021

The first COVID-19 case was confirmed over a year ago. With the help of the world’s top researchers and millions of dollars invested, it took under a year to create a COVID-19 vaccine. In Phase 1A of...

Virtual, in person science labs come with challenges this year

Natalie Herrera, Reporter February 2, 2021

This school year, students and teachers have been met with new challenges in the classroom. With COVID-19 precautions placed around the school to ensure everyone’s safety, science labs are not an exception....

HOSA students bring joy to healthcare workers

Natalie Herrera, Reporter February 2, 2021

  As healthcare workers continue to stand on the front lines of COVID-19, students are finding ways to give back and recognize all of their hard work and dedication. The student organization HOSA...

Arkansas House Bill 1218 raises concerns of social justice education

Alli Flynt, Reporter January 31, 2021

Arkansas Representative Mark Lowery wrote and proposed the House Bill 1218 on January 19, 2021. This bill would prohibit public schools, school districts, and two year universities from holding courses,...

Girls basketball player files civil rights complaint against head coach

Girls basketball player files civil rights complaint against head coach

Avery Lanning and Kayla Rushton January 31, 2021

Senior basketball player Kania Starks filed a civil rights complaint to the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) December 15, 2020 alleging racial discrimination and discrimination based upon a disability against...

Marshallese community hit hard by COVID-19

Alli Flynt, Reporter January 20, 2021

According to Dr. Sheldon Riklon, one of the few Marshallese physicians in the United States who is from Northwest Arkansas, Marshallese Arkansans account for almost 20% of COVID-19 cases in Northwest Arkansas...

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