Students and teachers find new solutions to make up work after ALEC closes

Story by Anjali McDaniel With students missing school for various reasons, ALEC has been there to provide a workplace for students to finish their make up assignments during an appropriate time that is beneficial for them and teachers. Now, ALEC is closed and students must plan with their teachers to find an alternative to finish … Continue reading Students and teachers find new solutions to make up work after ALEC closes

Dutch Fork Lacrosse takes one final shot at the state championship

Story by Stephen Wise, Photo by Go Flash Win An entire season of determination and hard work by the boys’ lacrosse team culminated in the first ever appearance in the 5A state championship game. On April 28, the team played in the sweltering afternoon heat against Wando High School, and despite the fact that they did not … Continue reading Dutch Fork Lacrosse takes one final shot at the state championship

Years of experience to come in handy as soccer heads towards playoffs

Story by Stephen Wise, Photo by Go Flash Win For one last time, the seniors of Dutch Fork soccer will head into the playoff gauntlet, hoping to end their senior season with a state championship. After four years of practices, workouts, and game experience, it all comes down to a series of one-and-done games, with a loss … Continue reading Years of experience to come in handy as soccer heads towards playoffs

CESA donates to special needs

Story by Laura Santos, Photo by Ta'nya Davis Carolina Exceptional Student Alliance (CESA)donated money to the self-contained special education classroom. With the 1,200 dollar donation, the classroom uses it to buy equipment and services. “CESA has an account and so much money goes to different classrooms and schools with disabled students specifically self-contained right now,” said … Continue reading CESA donates to special needs

Net neutrality repeal creates conversation, and causes controversy

Story and Photo by Justice Nawman Slower internet speeds, paid premium packages for free forms of entertainment, and the restriction of certain websites once open to the public are just some of the harsh realities Americans will now possibly have to face. A new plan first introduced by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Dec. … Continue reading Net neutrality repeal creates conversation, and causes controversy