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  • Forum for Unity

    Forum for Unity

    Jessie Moyer, Sentry Staff Reporter

    March 19, 2017

    Ever since the election, it is not uncommon to walk through the halls and overhear a heated political argument, or to be in a conversation where someone’s views are considered invalid. More seriously, many would not be surprised to find themselves in a situation where they feel that their mere prese...

    Students were able to sit down and listen to different opinions at the student forum

    Anna Finley

  • A Day Without Immigrants

    A Day Without Immigrants

    Sofie Dalton, Sentry Staff Reporter

    March 19, 2017

    On February 16, immigrants across the country showed America what everyday life would look like if there were no immigrants. On “A Day Without Immigrants,” many foreign born Americans boycotted school and work, and took to the streets in protest. The protests came in response to President Trump...

    Large crowds gathered to protest during the Day Without Immigrants

    Courtesy of Google Images

  • Amanda MacKaye to the Rescue: G-Scale Support Employee of the Year

    Amanda MacKaye to the Rescue: G-Scale Support Employee of the Year

    Jessie Moyer, Sentry Staff Reporter

    February 15, 2017

    A teacher’s job is not easy. Keeping track of all of the curriculum that needs to be taught, papers that need to be given and books that need to be organized and handed out can be time consuming and stressful. But have no fear, administrative assistant Amanda MacKaye is here! Recipient of the G-Sca...

    Ms. MacKaye is known for her humor and kindness

    Bergen Romness

  • In Case Cupid’s Arrow Missed You

    In Case Cupid’s Arrow Missed You

    Andrea Henriquez, Sentry Staff Reporter

    February 14, 2017

    It’s that time of year again. The aisles at CVS are already decorated with hearts. The shelves are stocked with chocolate boxes and corny cards filled with the infamous lines of “roses are red, violets are blue.” Men and women can be seen trying to stuff massive teddy-bears in the trunks of th...

    Valentine's Day is a good time to treat yourself to movies and chocolate

    Alison Jones

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Forum for Unity

Forum for Unity

Jessie Moyer, Sentry Staff Reporter

Ever since the election, it is not uncommon to walk through the halls and overhear a heated political argument, or to be in a conversation where someone’s views are considered invalid. More seriously, many would not be su...

March 19No Comments

A Day Without Immigrants

A Day Without Immigrants

Sofie Dalton, Sentry Staff Reporter

On February 16, immigrants across the country showed America what everyday life would look like if there were no immigrants. On “A Day Without Immigrants,” many foreign born Americans boycotted school and work, and took to th...

March 19No Comments

Collect for Cures

Collect for Cures

Ryan Van Kirk, Sentry Staff Reporter

Collect for Cures is a program that provides high school students with leadership and teamwork skills, but more importantly raises money for blood cancer research. This program is led by a group called Student Series, an...

March 9No Comments

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Patriots Take States

Patriots Take States

Caroline Boda, Sentry Staff Reporter

While the season of winter sports may seem to be slowing down, state competitions are only just beginning. Because of the astounding success of our school’s athletic teams, it is no surprise that such a large number of win...

March 10No Comments

  • Washington’s Monumental Season March 9
  • March Madness Preview March 9
  • All-Star or One Star? February 28
  • Greatness or Grift February 15

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Are Students Learning What They Need To?

Are Students Learning What They Need To?

Charlie Schiavo, Sentry Staff Reporter

A common expression exists among all students who have yet to attend college but have graduated elementary school: “I don’t know how to pay my taxes, but I know that the mitochondria is the powerho...

March 19No Comments

A Sensitive Issue

A Sensitive Issue

March 9

Unifying Through Patriotism

Unifying Through Patriotism

February 15

It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Awards Season

It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Awards Season

February 15

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