Monthly Archives: June 2015

Engineering has successful launch of rocket in Nevada

The Engineering’s satellite club recently traveled to Black Rock, Nevada on June 19 where they competed for a National Championship title in the Team America Rocketry Challenge. The contest took place in an open desert known as the Black Rock

Sylvania Shuffle brings in high numbers despite weather

The Sylvania Shuffle, the first 5K event sponsored by the Sylvania Schools Wellness committee, took place May 31 at 5pm with a Fun Run for children at 4:30pm. The course started and finished at the Timberstone junior high school track

Student Council bonds at Camp

Even though school is out for the summer, some students are still seeing their fellow classmates and teachers. From June 10 through June 12 students from grades 10-12 were invited to a STUCO, Student Council, leadership retreat at Camp Storer

Seniors attend graduation rehearsal

On the morning of May 28, the class of 2015 marched into the Stranahan Theater to the sound of Pomp and Circumstance, dressed in shorts and t-shirts instead of their caps and gowns. This year’s graduating seniors participated in the

Senior assembly goes overtime, awards scholarships

The school year would not be complete without the end of the year Senior Assembly. This year it was on May 27. This assembly is held to honor the seniors that are graduating, as well as to announance accomplishments and

Lifeguards train for summer jobs

It’s that time of the year when summer jobs really start to save some people’s lives. Most students have been on the hunt for jobs as the summer approaches and they finally have been rescued with their experiences in the

Seniors attend breakfast

Something we all have in common is our love for food. On May 14, NV seniors had their annual Senior Breakfast. The class began their Thursday morning by meeting in the Cafeteria and wearing the college apparel of the school

Business Tech hits BPA Nationals

Seven seniors in Business teacher Sue Bridell’s Business Technology class went to Anaheim, California for the Business Professionals of America National Leadership Conference on May 6 through the 10. The business management team, which consisted of seniors Hannah Clark, Maddie

NHS Officers determined

On April 29, the senior National Honor Society members received their honor cords and inducted the incoming juniors. President Geeta Rao, Vice President Emma Eding, Secretary Claire Goecke, and Treasure Taylor Messinger would soon hand off their duties to the

Drone arrives in engineering

Drones have gained popularity in the media over their futuristic and controversial uses. A drone is, simply put, a remote controlled helicopter. The Engineering department has recently joined the drone craze, with a DJI Inspire Series quad opted drone. This