Summer Suggestions

Elizabeth Reich

June 7, 2019

Wondering what to do over the summer? Need volunteer hours or just want to have fun? Look no further than this article.   Volunteer opportunities: Volunteer opportunities are a great way to improve your college or pers...

JV basketball wins PSAL championship

LeiAnn David

May 21, 2019

The Curtis boys JV basketball team won the city championship on March 27, 2019. This was an incredible win and was well-deserved. The team put in hours of hard work to reach this win. Coached by Troy McGhie, they were able to ...

17′ bridge is finally here

Cheyanne Richardson

April 18, 2019

The day we have all been waiting for since the year 2017: the bridge connecting the two buildings has finally opened, making traveling between both buildings less stressful. Before the bridge opened on March 6th, students had ...

Recruiting methods by Marines questionable

Elizabeth Reich

April 17, 2019

With the smashing success of the USMC High School Fitness and Leadership Tour on February came controversy. Although the event was a simple workout with lessons on leadership sprinkled in, the way of signing up for the event rai...

“Spelling Bee” makes it to Broadway

Zoe Ploog

April 17, 2019

Most actors and actresses dream about making it to the “big leagues” and for many actors that means Broadway. The Curtis Players got their chance on Monday March 18. The Curtis Players seem to be ecstatic about the opportuni...

Science research class is a new alternative

Casi Knorr

April 17, 2019

For the majority of our school community, the new science research class is hidden away in the basement and most are unaware of its existence. It is a new elective that just recently emerged with the new term. Even the students ...

Juul disbanding flavors

Elizabeth Reich

February 25, 2019

     Beginning in the summer of 2018, the Food and Drug Administration has been on the coattails of e-cigarette manufacturer, Juul. The government agency began with assessing the problem, talking to the company and seizing document...

St. George Pharmacy still remains standing

Zoe Ploog

February 25, 2019

Even though the St. George Pharmacy burned down in late June, the aftermath of the fire is ongoing, still affected the St. George community. Now, months after the fire the pharmacy is still not rebuilt and the pharmacy is in a trail...

Construction update of the bridge to the new wing

Sydney Blugh

February 25, 2019

   The new building opened for student use in 2017, but construction has not ceased. The current project being worked on is the final touches on the bridge connecting the original building to the first floor of the new buildi...

How Do You Spell “Fantastic”?

Casi Knorr, Editor

February 15, 2019

The production of “The Spelling Bee” took place the weekend of January 11 with three marvelous shows.   All of the good things you’ve been hearing about it are entirely correct. I attended the dress rehearsal the day before o...

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