Brylee Beckley

Top 20 Rankings
News, Seniors

Top 20 Rankings

By Brylee Beckley *All places are not finalized until the end of the 2022-2023 school year* (1) Rebekah Thorpe, Feature story coming soon on this website (2) Zach Gullion, Feature story coming soon on this website (3) Cody Dickin, currently third in the 2023 class, plans to study chemical engineering at Purdue University. In the…

Earlier Than Expected
Academics

Earlier Than Expected

By Brylee Beckley   College dual-credit classes impact more than just students. They also change the lives of teachers. In 2013, Delta became the 13th high school in Indiana to become a certified Early College High School. University of Delta High School (UDHS) is authorized as a formal program of dual-credit classes that form pathways to…

The Kids Can’t Wait
Features, News

The Kids Can’t Wait

By Brylee Beckley Riley Dance Marathon is not “For the Kids” anymore.  For the Kids (FTK) has been the chant for Riley Dance Marathons for many years. Along the way Penn State University trademarked the phrase for their event Thon. Thon has raised $204 million, which is the largest student-run philanthropy in the world. Now…

A New Experience
News

A New Experience

By Brylee Beckley The running back breaks tackles left and right to reach the endzone. It’s a touchdown for the Eagles. The fireworks light up the sky as the Blue Crew erupts.  This is not an unusual occurrence for members of the Blue Crew, but it is a brand new moment for foreign exchange student…

New Beginnings
Academics, News

New Beginnings

By Brylee Beckley SARS-CoV-2, or most known as Covid-19, is still affecting schools more than two years later. “It is difficult right now to find teachers,” Principal Chris Conley said. “There certainly is a shortage and a high demand right now. However, it has been like this since Covid.” Prior to Covid-19 the school would…

Sports Preview: Part 2
Boys Soccer, Boys Tennis, Sports, Volleyball

Sports Preview: Part 2

By Brylee Beckley A new school year brings a new sporting season for the Delta Eagles.  Now it’s finally time for the Eagles to prove that their hard work from the offseason has paid off. Second-year volleyball coach Kylie Johnson’s coaching position will be hugely different this season. Johnson went on maternity leave last week…

On to the Next
Features, Seniors

On to the Next

By Brylee Beckley “What do you want to be when you grow up?”  This is something seniors in high school have heard countless times since elementary school.  When you begin your senior year, this question begins to feel daunting to some students and thrilling to others. If you were to ask that same question to…

A Hero Right Down the Hall
Features, Seniors

A Hero Right Down the Hall

By Brylee Beckley From a young age, kids want to grow up to be super heroes like Spider Man, Wonder Woman, or Iron Man, but for senior Destiny Johnson, her superhero was right inside her house. Johnson’s mom has been working at Hillcroft Services for as long as Johnson can remember. Hillcroft Services is a…

Time For A Trip
Features, News

Time For A Trip

By Brylee Beckley “No, you are not staying there without any adults with you.”  This is something teenagers have heard numerous times from their parents. For seniors Janay Cicotte, Maxx Martinez, Andrew Hewitt, Madelyn Haley, Gwen Clark and Heddie Heintzelman, they got the response they were looking for. These six seniors are going to Longboat…

Preparing for ‘The Real World’
Academics

Preparing for ‘The Real World’

By Brylee Beckley “Hey, can you go give the patient in room four her flu shot?” Dr. Brian Lumpkin said. Dr. Lumpkin is not talking to one of the nurses, but to senior Anna Cardemon.  Seniors have the opportunity to serve an internship during two class periods of their school day.  This has been an…

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