New office assistant, Brenda Duncan, supports school community

Jessica Wen

October 10, 2017

Filed under New Teachers

Mrs. Duncan previously worked in the Human Resources Department at the Henrico County Public Schools Central Office for two years. Before then, she worked for the state government. “Henrico County Public Schools and Deep Run...

Mrs. Voyack

Jacob Hanner

October 10, 2017

Filed under New Teachers

Mrs. Sarah Voyack joined the faculty this year to teach classes focused on marketing. The full list of classes she is teaching is: Exploring Computer Science, Accounting l (honors), Sports and Entertainment Marketing, and Advanced...

Mr. Gooss

Mary Comerford, Print Editorials Editor

October 10, 2017

Filed under New Teachers

The new school year brings changes and different faces to our school. One of these new faces welcomed into our community is teacher Mr. Brandon Gooss. Mr. Gooss has been teaching for nine years. Before Deep Run, he taught...

Absurd, Passionate, Awkward, and Inspired; Music Club’s The Enigmatic Acts review

Parker O'Keefe, Entertainment Editor

May 16, 2017

Filed under Around Campus

The Enigmatic Acts, Music Club’s first “talent show,” premiered Friday, April 21, with a slew of student performances ranging from music to slam poetry to an on stage swimming lesson. I can certainly say that I have never...

Picking a person to spend the rest of your life with…college roommate style

Kristen Janes, Staff Writer

March 24, 2017

Filed under Around Campus

Most of senior year is spent talking about college. Which one? Why? How much? At the end of it all you may come across what some may say is THE most important decision about college: random or assigned? A college roommate is potentially...

Teens in the workplace

Samantha Snead, Staff Writer

March 3, 2017

Filed under Around Campus

Many students make the choice to start applying for jobs during their high school years. There are a variety of places where individuals can be hired at age 16. The initial feeling of getting a job for the first time is often...

Upperclassmen advise students to choose the right class

Jena Wooder, Editor-in-Chief

January 13, 2017

Filed under Around Campus

As the middle of the school year approaches, lowerclassmen are faced with the task of choosing classes for next year. Whether it be taking a second language or deciding between honors or AP, some are still uncertain about which...

Students hope to get into their dream college

Jena Wooder, Editor-in-Chief

January 13, 2017

Filed under Around Campus

As the college application process comes to a close, many senior students grow anxious as they await their acceptance letters. The time between January and March for many can be a hopeful, yet nail-biting, season. Countless seniors...

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