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Teachers create wall art

Rayna Welsch, Staff Writer

May 21, 2019

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Students walking down the hallway have begun to noticed strange paintings on the outside wall near David Flanary’s classroom. He had decided to put some art on the blank wall outside of his classroom windows that relate to the...

Substitutes

Micah Maynard, Staff Writer

May 11, 2019

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The absence of a teacher often brings joy to students. Instantly, the student imagines the possible fun and enjoyment he or she will experience, as the amount of work could be considerably less. However, substitute teachers have...

Streaming System

Aubree Puckett, Staff Writer

May 9, 2019

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A lot has changed in the way people watch television. At one time, most people didn't even have cable. They watched what they could with an antenna. Now, people have cable and streaming services through the internet. Netflix...

Stephen Williams

Victoria Houser, Staff Writer

May 7, 2019

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Stephen Williams is a 7th grade science teacher. Not too long ago, he was an assistant principal at Ridgeview Elementary School. Then, he decided to return to the classroom. Williams loves to teach kids and feels that if he...

Snow Closure Policy

Balu Pushkas, Student Life Editor

May 5, 2019

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Most students look forward to snow days, no doubt about it, yet many wonder how Kingsport City Schools decides when to call off school. The systems that decide whether school is cancelled due to bad weather does not differ...

Should Renaissance Art be Censored

Seth Kinsler, Staff Writer

May 3, 2019

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During the early 13th century, a new era began and changed people’s every-day thoughts and views on art and literature. It was called the Renaissance, because it was a rebirth of learning. Artists tried to create more realistic...

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