• A familiar face

    A familiar face

    Hannah Conkin

    May 15, 2014

    ”I cannot imagine doing anything else. Teaching was programmed into my DNA,” said Mrs. Linda Keller. She is the interim 8th grade Language Arts teacher for Mrs. Gourley, who is out for the rest of the 2013-2014 school year while she takes care of her newborn baby, Paxton. Mrs. Keller retired... READ MORE »»

    RETURN TO THE CLASSROOM. Mrs. Linda Keller, a classroom teacher of 41 years, recently came out of retirement to fill in for Mrs. Sara Gourley as 8th grade Language Arts teacher.

    Hannah Conkin

  • Television Wasteland: “The Winter Olympics”

    Television Wasteland: “The Winter Olympics”

    Ron Codispoti

    May 15, 2014

    THE STORY The Winter Olympics took place in Sochi, Russia this year from February 7th through February 24th. Eighty-eight National Olympic Committees and a total of 2800 athletes competed in this year’s Olympics. The Winter Olympics only take place every four years, and usually... READ MORE »»

    NBC

  • Principals need more time with students

    Principals need more time with students

    The Editorial Board

    May 14, 2014

    Should principals spend more time with students? In short, yes. It is true that school administrators are incredibly busy. They deal with school discipline, supervise lunch, plan faculty meetings, evaluate teachers, and keep schools running smoothly. Still, administrators make a lot of decisions... READ MORE »»

    Scribe Cartoon/Abby Lindsey

  • Hooked on Books: “Daughter of Smoke and Bone”

    Hooked on Books: “Daughter of Smoke and Bone”

    Elizabeth Batts

    May 14, 2014

    THE STORY Karou has never been normal. For as long as she can remember, she has lived with her foster father Brimstone, a fearsome half-human, half-monster, and Issa, a serpent from the waist down. Her life is filled with monsters, nearly useless wishes, and teeth, from crocodile... READ MORE »»

    Hatchett Book Group

  • Talent show no more

    Talent show no more

    Hannah Conkin

    May 13, 2014

    For the first time this school year, John Sevier Middle School was scheduled to have a talent show. The show was scheduled to take place on February 13th, 2014. Due to the “arctic vortex”, the talent show had to be delayed. Now, however, it appears that the talent show may not happen at all. “Unfortunately,... READ MORE »»

    AN EMPTY STAGE. Due to severe weather, principal Kim Harvey cancelled the first annual Sevier Middle School talent show.

    Hannah Conkin

A familiar face

A familiar face

Hannah Conkin

”I cannot imagine doing anything else. Teaching was programmed into my DNA,” said Mrs. Linda Keller. She is the interim 8th grade Language Arts teacher for Mrs. Gourley,...  Read More »

May 15, 2014 • 0 comments

AN EMPTY STAGE. Due to severe weather, principal Kim Harvey cancelled the first annual Sevier Middle School talent show.

Talent show no more

May 13, 2014

A SKILLED HELPER. Former Sevier Middle School student Kersey suffers from diabetes. Her Labrador Retriever Jack, a carefully trained aid dog, can sniff out when her blood sugar drops and alert her to the problem.

A helping paw

May 9, 2014

STILL LEAKING. In this file photo from November 2013, a roof leak damaged ceiling tiles near the west bus stop stairwell.  The water has since been drained from the ceiling.

One drip too many

May 6, 2014

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High school fears

Nathan Silvey

The end of the school year is quickly approaching. Soon, a brand-new batch of sixth graders will arrive at Sevier Middle School and current eighth graders will begin their...  Read More »

May 16, 2014 • 1 comment

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Basketball teams take on the teachers

Basketball teams take on the teachers

Zoe Lindsey

The annual Faculty vs. Students basketball game took place on January 31, 2014. Students from John Sevier Middle School’s girls and boys basketball teams suited up to take...  Read More »

May 6, 2014 • 0 comments

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Is social media actually bad for students?

Morgan Malcolm

When I first got involved with social media, I was eleven years old. My eight-year-old sister and I shared a Facebook account. My mother was able to see everything I did...  Read More »

May 16, 2014 • 0 comments

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