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A New Course
Academics, News

A New Course

By Baylee Knebel Next school year a new Certified Clinical Medical Assistant program will begin at Delta High School. This program is open to current sophomores, freshmen and eighth graders.  When this class hit the scheduling papers over double of what Principal Chris Conley anticipated signed up for the program. Mr. Conley expected 30 people…

Bringing the Story to Life
Academics

Bringing the Story to Life

By Josey Morris On the popular date of Feb. 14, Valentine’s Day, the freshmen English classes took a trip to the Booth Tarkington Civic Theater in Carmel to watch Romeo and Juliet live. The trip took place a few days after the freshmen finished reading this play. Romeo and Juliet is the first play that…

Leaving Their Trail
Academics, Features

Leaving Their Trail

By Tyce Dishman According to the American Pet Products Association, 70 percent of American households own a pet, but for some students these animals are more than a pet.  Gabby Knight, Kelsey Vest and Emma Miller all share the same interest: helping animals.  Knight and Miller both want to be veterinarians, while Vest is unclear…

FFA: Empowering Students to Lead
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FFA: Empowering Students to Lead

By Hayden Freestone The Delta FFA is filled with many important people. Leaders such as Mrs. Nicole Lodl and Mrs. Nancy Kunk give the students the power to make decisions for themselves and to decide what to do.  Lodl was a key member of Delta’s FFA while in high school. She was the chapter reporter…

Top Students and What Could Help You
Academics

Top Students and What Could Help You

By Matthew Shear Even some of the top students sometimes struggle with procrastination. Junior Katie Shue, who currently ranks No. 1 in her class, said this is how she fixes it.  “I will start to procrastinate especially on the weekends, and what pushes me through that is I think about what I would be doing…

Salutations, Samori
Academics

Salutations, Samori

By RJ Townsend  Eighth grade is one of the years that passes quickly and is seen as a chance to breathe before your high school career starts.  Not for Samori McKell-Jeffers. This is where his future took off.  He started getting high school credits in eighth grade, a year before most kids at Delta High…

Behind the Scenes
Academics

Behind the Scenes

By Jackson Robbins Every day the Delta Eagles produce their own news broadcast with a complex and deep history, and there is hard work put into it every day. However, people who are not in the class may not know how the broadcast is made on a daily basis. Eagle Zone News has been around…

Learning Their Lines
Academics, News

Learning Their Lines

By Dakoda Johnson For junior Isaac Brewer, his first big role in his acting life has left him with more than 300 lines to memorize. How does he do it? “l just read them over and over again and then when I’m driving in my car by myself l just repeat them over and over…

First Year Teaching
Academics, Features

First Year Teaching

By Mylee Jones Who is Zoe Ashcraft? She is a 20-year-old teacher who went to Delaware Community Schools for all of her education. She took almost all the dual credit classes offered in high school and managed to graduate college in just two years! Miss Ashcraft felt it was right to teach at Delta. “The…

Always On The Go
Academics, Features

Always On The Go

By Fancy Robbins “You’re spreading yourself too thin.”  This is something senior Grace Flowers often hears. But, that fails to affect her. She participates in 11 different extracurriculars – and is president in three of them.  “I would also say that it seems like a lot, but it doesn’t seem like a lot to me,”…

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