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Day 85

Day 85

Bailey Stover June 10, 2020
During her 85th day of social distancing, senior Bailey Stover watched "Jaws," donated blood at the Red Cross and met with a Spanish professor at MU.
Day 84

Day 84

Bailey Stover June 9, 2020
During her 84th day of social distancing, senior Bailey Stover made breakfast, took a college math placement test and celebrated her brother's birthday.
Day 83

Day 83

Bailey Stover June 8, 2020
During her 83rd day of social distancing, senior Bailey Stover contacted a Spanish professor, wrote thank you cards and spent time with her family.
Day 71

Day 71

Bailey Stover May 27, 2020
Senior Bailey Stover spent her 71st day of social distancing watching "The Witcher," preparing for college, sending emails and writing thank you cards.
Day 63

Day 63

Bailey Stover May 19, 2020
During her 63rd day of social distancing, senior Bailey Stover took her AP Psychology test, went to Andy's with her mom and watched Slings & Arrows.
Day 62

Day 62

Bailey Stover May 18, 2020
Senior Bailey Stover spent her 62nd day of social distancing taking her Advanced Placement Biology test and spending time with her parents and brother.
Day 56

Day 56

Bailey Stover May 12, 2020
Senior Bailey Stover spent her 56th day of social distancing taking her AP Calculus AB test, hanging out with her mom and working on AP Lit with her dad.
Day 55

Day 55

Bailey Stover May 11, 2020
Senior Bailey Stover spent her 55th day of social distancing studying for her Advanced Placement Calculus AB exam, showering and baking banana bread.
College Board to discontinue several AP Scholar awards May 2020

College Board to discontinue several AP Scholar awards May 2020

Brandon Kim December 15, 2019

The Advanced Placement (AP) Scholar awards program is discontinuing several awards in May 2020. The State awards, Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) honors and International AP Scholar awards...

Junior Amira McKee reads to her younger siblings after she gets home from school Oct. 22. Clara watches on the left and Mack on the right as
Amira asked Mickey in the middle to point to the narwhal in the book they were reading. Photo by Sarah Mosteller

Family values: Home responsibilities give ample opportunities for growth

Amira McKee November 18, 2019
I love my family and gladly accept the rewarding tasks that come with being an older sibling, but everyone from my friends to teachers rarely consider the energy it demands. My home life requires significant management and effort, yet my teachers and peers alike compare my work ethic for academics to others’ despite the different circumstances of our lives.
Art by Valeria Velasquez

Spaghetti, saws and The Wizard of Oz

Katie Whaley December 20, 2018
Throughout a day, emotions boil in a pot of stress, frustration and anxiety. They soak in the mixture, absorbing the negative feelings. If left untouched in the streaming batch, the feelings shrivel and overheat; prolonged periods of exposure to intense and stressful environments causes emotions to depress.
Freshman Walter Anderson works on his sketchbook for art adorned in a tie and overcoat on November 9th.
Photo by George Frey / Bearing News

Students dress for success

Emily Oba November 12, 2018
Students dress up for testing and important life events for a confidence boost and more overall success.
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