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Community Action and Service collects shirts for Haiti

Community Actions and Service met Oct. 24 to count and fold the shirts.

Anna Nowakowski, Staff Writer

October 24, 2019

Community Action and Service's first event of the year was a t-shirt drive to help children in Haiti.

Vincent Cheng substitutes for creative writing aficionado Wahmanholm

Cheng teaches two sections of creative writing and two sections of American Literature this spring.

Lucia Granja, RubicOnline Editor

May 28, 2019

Cheng joined SPA at the end of the quarter and quickly earned admiration from students.

What’s in that backpack?

Sophomore Annika Rock carries 19 pounds in her backpack. She carries her laptop, textbooks, and multiple folders for different classes. Rock thinks that new lockers should be put into the recently renovated Thompson wing, as lockers were there prior to the revamp of the wing.

Mason Brooks, Staff Writer

May 24, 2019

Backpacks litter the halls and lockers go unused. Students carry upwards of 20 pounds on their backs from class to class.

[TRENDING] Ep. 5 with Annika Rock (Endgame)

[TRENDING] Ep. 5 with Annika Rock (Endgame)

Liv Larsen, News Editor

May 10, 2019

Listen to sophomores Annika Rock and Liv Larsen talk about Avengers: Endgame.

Community Service Spotlight: Rahman welcomes all to volunteer

Sophomores Lynn Reynolds, Annika Rock, Rashmi Raveendran, Aman Rahman and Elaina Parsons pose for a picture while volunteering at the food shelf.

Annie Bottern, RubicOnline Editor

February 6, 2019

Sophomore Aman Rahman shares her experiences from volunteering at a Muslim food shelf.

Students express gratitude towards teachers

9th grader Jack Biggs with US History teacher Andrea Moerer. “I really appreciate Dr. Moerer because she helps me study for my tests when I’m stressed and always makes sure I thoroughly understand the things we’re learning in history.” Biggs said.

Liv Larsen, Staff Writer

May 17, 2018

Teachers should always be appreciated, and National Teacher Day on May 8th gave students a reason to convey their thanks to their teachers. 9th graders Lara Cayci, Jackson Biggs, and junior Max Moen expressed their appreciation to their language teachers, while junior Mia Litman and 9th grader Jackson...