Article by: Maddie Mason, Carina Leaman, Raleigh Norris
If there’s one staple when it comes to clichés, it’s the high school dance.
Homecoming or prom; take your pick. There are elaborate plans involved with asking someone to the dance, buying the perfect outfit, waiting with wobbling knees outside their front door to pick them up. But there’s one thing the movies always gloss over.
Story by: Rebekah Street, Anna Maria Gardiner, Robin Hendricks
Dutch Fork’s signature trees beside the bell tower are cut down to reveal stumps and patches of mud.
This temporary landscaping project occurred for safety reasons; the tops of the trees were blocking the view of the security cameras that help ensure the safety of the school and its students.
Story by: Josh Imholte, Jacob Sprankle, and Abby Beauregard
The whistle blows. SPLASH! Swimmers dive into the blue, chlorine-infested water. Senior Josh Brumagin slices through the water like a hot knife through butter as he comes up closer and closer to the two swimmers ahead of him. Closer. Closer. Closer. Josh comes out of the water.
Story by: Becca Spilka, Lacee Getter, Hayley Younginer
The scrumptious smell of fried food and the laughing screams of everyone ages five to seventy-five can only mean one thing: the South Carolina State Fair is back in action.
Story by: Robin Hendricks, Anna Maria Gardiner and Rebekah Street
Black rimmed glasses, camo jackets, polo shirts and cowboy hats fill halls and classrooms this week in anticipation of Friday night’s upcoming Homecoming game against Ridgeview.
The students of Dutch Fork recently participated in this year’s second spirit week.