Seniors celebrate important milestone at convocation

Cailey Cetani, Staff Writer

November 9, 2018

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With the start of the school year, a new set of seniors prepare to go to college. On Oct. 10, the senior class of 2019 enjoyed a ceremony highlighting classmates’ achievements. They marked the occasion by dressing in their graduation...

Lil YooHoo continues his successful music career on Soundcloud

Drew Greene, Sports Editor

November 9, 2018

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After several months of hard work and dedication, Lil YooHoo, also known as junior Trevor Wilkins, has created new content on the music sharing platform Soundcloud. YooHoo has also been branching out, adding two songs, “Woah...

HCPS defends against natural disasters

Jessica Wen, Co-Editor in Chief

November 9, 2018

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With the change of midterms, attendance standards, and the abundance of new teachers, this year began by welcoming new changes. However, in addition to the new changes, our school has also gained new experiences. On Sept. 14,...

Bathroom passes gets sudden change

Nyla Bell, Photo Editor

November 9, 2018

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Ms. Laura McKinney, an assistant principal, who created the idea of the new bathroom passes. She pushed for this idea because she saw students using the bathrooms that were from other areas in the school, even though there was...

Bands striving for superior

Shannon O'Keefe

March 16, 2018

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The District Band Assessment held by the Virginia Band and Orchestra Directors Association, or VBODA, is a defining moment for school bands, as they show what musical skills and talents they’ve developed over the school year....

Students get opportunity to shadow government officials

Adam Brooks

March 16, 2018

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Student government Day is an annual event where students can spend the day with a local government official or school leader. The Kiwanis Club of Richmond has been sponsoring the event since 1958. According to HCPS, “The objective...

2018 Winter Olympics: Unity among Tension

Samhita Pendyal

March 16, 2018

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The world gathers around their television screen every four years to watch an international winter sporting event that includes participants from 92 countries. The 2018 Winter Olympics took place in Pyeongchang, South Korea and...

Bands striving for superior, Matching against the mentality of Music

Yunfei Chen

March 16, 2018

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The District Band Assessment is a defining moment for school bands, as they show what musical skills and talents they’ve developed over the school year. The assessments rank from five to one, one being superior. The groups...

Two teachers achieve big honors by advancing their teaching careers

Celina Ng

March 16, 2018

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Recently, 11 Henrico County Public Schools teachers received certification from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. The program is a national certification program for teachers who want to take their teaching...

Taking on the ASVAB

Yunfei Chen

December 16, 2017

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The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery is a military aptitude test that consists of 113 questions on a multitude of subjects, mainly focusing on mechanical, science, technical, verbal, and mathematical skills. ...

Christmas Mother

Mary Comerford

December 16, 2017

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Since 1942, the Henrico Christmas Mother has donated gift items to families with children, the elderly, and those with disabilities who can’t provide for themselves during the holiday season. From November 13 to November 21,...

Turkey Trot brings community together

Jessica Wen

November 20, 2017

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Key Club, with the help of counselor Mrs. Jamie Jackson and other charitable organizations, will be hosting the first ever Turkey Trot 2.5. The walk will take place on November 23, Thanksgiving Day, and will start around 10 a.m....

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