Academics

Mr. Crenshaw Leaves Delta for New Job
Academics, News

Mr. Crenshaw Leaves Delta for New Job

By Trey Gilbert Government and economics teacher Mr. Ethan Crenshaw has been teaching  dual credit at Delta High School now for the past three school years, but Friday, Sept. 17 was his final day. He is taking a new job, an opportunity that he could not pass up.  Crenshaw said he will be the research…

A Teacher for the Books
Academics, News

A Teacher for the Books

By Nathan Sites Once she was a student at New Haven High School. Now she has had her break and is a part of Delta High School’s growing community. Mrs. Taylor Lennon has come to Delta High School to teach English. She moved to Muncie while she was getting her English degree while attending Ball…

A New Chapter for the English Department
Academics, News

A New Chapter for the English Department

By Grayson Zoller Due to a series of unrelated retirements and resignations, the English Department of Delta High School had been left with little more than a skeleton crew to run it. In a race against time to fill positions, Delta ended up with some new recruits less than 48 hours before (and one a…

¡Atención!: Spanish Department Gets Entirely New Staff
Academics

¡Atención!: Spanish Department Gets Entirely New Staff

By Eleni Bow and Trey Gilbert For teachers, the first day of school is like their New Year’s day, a time with promises of both intentional and unintentional changes. The 2021-2022 school year was no exception.  Delta High School welcomed eight new teachers to its overall employee pool. One department received entirely new teachers. A…

For The Duration
Academics, Features, Seniors

For The Duration

By Gaige Winchester   Throughout four years of high school, things happen. Failed quizzes, bombed tests, and for this senior class even a worldwide pandemic. Alyssa Thorpe, however, has persevered through all the obstacles to become the salutatorian of the Class of 2021. Throughout her years of high school, she kept up and stayed on…

STEM: Putting its Roots into New Grounds
Academics, Seniors

STEM: Putting its Roots into New Grounds

By Eleni Bow The world of STEM knows no bounds, and yet some of its scholars receive little recognition. The demographic of women in the field is tiny but mighty.  STEM is a group of academia based on the idea of educating students in four specific areas – science, technology, engineering, and mathematics –  through…

Wire to Wire: Alyssa Gregory Leads Class Rankings
Academics, Seniors

Wire to Wire: Alyssa Gregory Leads Class Rankings

By Adam Navarro The 2020-21 school year has been anything but normal, especially for the senior class of 2021. Between the usual hassle of senioritis and applying for scholarships, they’ve had to deal with face masks, e-Learning and quarantines.  Through it all, though, Alyssa Gregory reigns as valedictorian. In fact, she never spent so much…

Seniors Leaving the Nest
Academics, Seniors

Seniors Leaving the Nest

By Adam Altobella As he swiftly types his password into the admissions portal, he thinks about how this admissions decision will allow him to leave Muncie in favor of a much different environment. After the brief, anxious wait, he learns that he has been admitted to the college of his dreams. The Muncie community has…

The Show Must Go On
Academics, News

The Show Must Go On

STORY UPDATE: The new dates for the play have been set.  There will be two performances of Fools.  The shows will be 7 p.m. Friday, April 9 and 2 p.m. Saturday, April 10. By Gaige Winchester “Their dedication is unbelievable … because they get out of school at 3:30 and they’d be here until 9:30…

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