• Day in the Life of Kip Davis

    Day in the Life of Kip Davis

    Elizabeth Noe, Sentry Staff Reporter

    April 29, 2016

    The title “Resource Officer” is, for some, quite the mystery. Resource Officers do not have an office; rather, they cover the entire school, keeping students safe and focused by keeping the necessary doors to the school locked, clearing out stragglers from the hallways and herding them to class. They... READ MORE »»

    Veteran Resource Officer Kip Davis

    Natalie Poole

  • The Ever Present Connie Campana

    The Ever Present Connie Campana

    Beth Gentsch, Sentry Staff Reporter

    April 29, 2016

    An alarm goes off blaringly. The clock reads 6:30 a.m. A hand reaches over and smacks it off abruptly. Connie Campana is ready to begin her day, continuing the legacy that she began 24 years ago as the school’s attendance lady. Born and raised in South Arlington, Campana is a true native to the area. She com... READ MORE »»

    Connie Campana (right) checking students in at the attendance office.

    Anna Finley

  • A Day in the Life of Harvey Banks

    A Day in the Life of Harvey Banks

    Gigi Richardson, Sentry Staff Reporter

    April 29, 2016

    The man, the myth, the legend: Harvey Banks. For as much as we see the man, have you ever stopped and truly wondered who he is as a person? To start off, Banks is a Resource Officer, but views himself as more of a student observer. Basically, this means he does a lot of walking around to check that st... READ MORE »»

    Harvey Banks is hard at work in the hallways

    Anna Finley

  • Excuses, Excuses

    Excuses, Excuses

    Maddie McNamee, Sentry Staff Reporter

    April 29, 2016

    While the official start of school is at 8:19 a.m., some students do not start their day until 10-30 minutes after the bell. Others choose to avoid first or second block all together and roll in around 9:45 a.m. Most have the same excuse that is somewhere along the lines of “I overslept,” but this ... READ MORE »»

    Senior Brandon White rolls into school late without an excuse

    Natalie Poole

  • Artist of the Month: Chandler Sensibaugh and Bryanna Lansing

    Artist of the Month: Chandler Sensibaugh and Bryanna Lansing

    Grace Stroup, Sentry Staff Reporter

    April 29, 2016

    Clay That Can Talk: Chandler Sensibaugh The two art pieces that sit right next to each other in the center of the library look like they are about to start an in-depth conversation about the different ceramics techniques that adorn their outsides. Junior and ceramics III student Chandler Sensibaugh wil... READ MORE »»

    Juniors Chandler Sensibaugh (left) and Bryanna Lansing (front center left) accepting the award of Artist of the Month

    Kate Cressey

Under a Rock: Governments are Still Corrupt and New Drug on the Streets

Under a Rock: Governments are Still Corrupt and New Drug on the Streets

Lauren Snyder, Sentry Staff Reporter

Election Drama Update Unless you have been living under a rock for the past year, you know that the 2016 presidential elections have been a little tense. Between the accusations and cringe-worthy moments, this has easily bee...  Read More »

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Field Trips: Fun Time or Flunk Time?

Field Trips: Fun Time or Flunk Time?

Maggie Keane, Sentry Staff Reporter

As the school year reaches its end, teachers rush to fit everything in--homework, tests, last bits of information before finals and field trips. April has been known to be field trip-filled. From visits to museums to trips...  Read More »

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Where Were They Then?

Where Were They Then?

Maddie Dettling, Sentry Staff Reporter

Can you guess which of your favorite teachers used to manage tours in Japan? Or who used to work on a Pirates of the Caribbean ship? We see them everyday, (usually) obey their every command and depend on them to shape our futures via co...  Read More »

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Athlete of the Day: Chris Keith

Andrea Henriquez, Sentry Staff Reporter

There is no doubt that Washington, D.C. is filled with incredible athletes. One athletic activity that is often forgotten is the sports that occur in Yorktown gym classes. Although everyone looks similar when they walk ba...  Read More »

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Making Memories with Moms

Making Memories with Moms

Rosie Eldridge, Sentry Staff Reporter

Every year, on the second Sunday of May, we take time to celebrate mothers and show our appreciation for them and all the amazing things they do. It is important to give your mother a reason to cherish...  Read More »

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Terrorism in the Media: What it Means to be Aware

April 28, 2016

When does security outweigh privacy?

Privacy vs. Security

April 28, 2016

The Petition Heard Around the County

April 28, 2016

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