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

Dance department showcases talents from throughout the year

Story and Photos by Alexandria Sessions Hard work to any dancer is being able to stick that landing, stay on beat, and mirror the emotions of a song into the choreography, and this is exactly what the Dutch Fork dance department accomplished on Thursday and Friday night. As makeup palettes and dance shoes scatter across … Continue reading Dance department showcases talents from throughout the year

Seniors celebrate with College Decision Day

Story by Alexandria Sessions, Photos by Michelle Lane Colleges all across the nation want to celebrate seniors for their acceptance into the college of their choice. By doing so, Dr. Donna Huger, Director of School Counseling and the rest of the counseling staff, come together to create a celebratory environment and get students excited about their … Continue reading Seniors celebrate with College Decision Day

Representative, Student Council is elected

Story by Michelle Lane and Alexandria Sessions, Photos by Michelle Lane Students across the campus prepare to vote for the biggest and most important people of Dutch Fork High: Our representatives for the 2018-19 school year. With many students making ‘memeingful’ posters and others selling the ‘dum-dum’ approve its a mans game, the election is important … Continue reading Representative, Student Council is elected

Students peaceably protest to make change

Story by Warner Otto, Photos by Christian Banks Last month, there was a school shooting in Florida and 17 lives were lost. High school students nationwide are protesting and standing up to make a change. There have been walkouts and students who have been emailing, tweeting, texting, and calling elected officials. There have also been … Continue reading Students peaceably protest to make change