By: Carson Van Vooren
Who doesn’t love a good treat? Candy is something that kids and adults alike have been enjoying for years. The variety of candies that range from sugary sweet, face-shrinkingly sour, soft chewy, peanut crunchy, and much more. Candy is something that brings people from all ages and cultures together.
By: Christopher Griffiths
After a long night of homework, waking up with a headache, grabbing a bite of breakfast, and throwing everything in the car, a student realizes they forgot their lunch. How will they get through the day?
By: Xiclalic Arroyo
When I wake up, the air is still, the wind is calm, and the clouds are whimpering. An aftermath of the storm I assume. I get ready for the day and head out the door, when I encounter something unexpected. A man who is shedding skin and craving flesh, attacks me! I grab the bat that’s next to my door and swing at his head. I don’t stop until the body hits the floor. I dash to the phone, dial my brother, and say, “The zombies are here and you're going to die if you don’t know how to survive this apocalypse!”
By: Kimberly Willis
Vampires, ghost, princesses, and all the other ghouls and goblins children like to dress up as. We all know Halloween is a really fun time to dress up and scare people, but there is still a lot of dangerous things you would need to watch out for on Halloween.
Parents everywhere have lots of different concerns for their children on Halloween, such as kidnappers, candy poison, etc. So how would you stay safe on Halloween? Well, you could just stay home and watch a movie or you could keep reading and hear what other people have to say. Around every corner there is a scare-tastic surprise, but not all surprises are what you want to see. There are many dangerous things that happen on Halloween and here are some ways you could avoid them.
By: Christopher Griffiths
After running miles over scorching black asphalt, trudging up and down flights of stairs, sweating through set after set of push-ups and sit-ups, and sprinting up and down riverbank inclines, a cross country athlete rushes to the water fountain and gets a warm mouthful of water. Sound refreshing?
By: Cassidy Van Vooren
On a bright and sunny morning, about 11:00 o’clock, while most kids are already half way through their school day, I'm still in bed.
Nearly every kid at school has, at one point, daydreamed about what homeschooling would be like. Yet, most homeschoolers can tell you that what you believe homeschooling to be is far from the reality.
“You get to sleep in, you get to travel more potentially,” Bella Speer, an ASB member, talked about what she imagined homeschooling would be like. She also talked about how she would think that social activities would be harder to find for homeschoolers.
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