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Memory Man
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Memory Man

By Zach Carter On the first day of school, a student asks his history teacher about a random Super Bowl. The teacher tells the class the teams that played the game, the final score, and the Most Valuable Player. The student selects another of the 53 Super Bowls. “Super Bowl X,” the student says. “Oh…

The Challenges Posed by Poor Internet
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The Challenges Posed by Poor Internet

By Zach Gullion The Internet has become a staple in the households of the middle class and beyond as more and more residents work from home. With the current pandemic, eLearning has become a common way to continue education with students who are quarantined.  However, many students are disadvantaged due to the very thing meant…

‘A Melting Pot’ in Room 226
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‘A Melting Pot’ in Room 226

By Adam Altobella When others flip through her family’s photo albums, they see a variety of faces that seem to be unrelated. However, when she sees these photos, she recognizes the hard work, hope, and dedication that have led to her existence and values.  Although people frequently look upon their ancestors as family members that…

Read All About It!
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Read All About It!

By Grayson Zoller When you think of a librarian, you probably think of someone who just checks out your books at the counter. But there’s more to their job than what you see, proving that you really shouldn’t judge books by their covers. From fixing Chromebook problems to maintaining the huge catalogue of more than…

Teaching Government During an Election
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Teaching Government During an Election

By Sabrina McElyea Try to put yourself in the shoes of a U.S. Government teacher for a moment. Imagine watching the electoral vote count rise as state after state slowly declares its winner.  The amount of anxiety in the room could be sensed by everyone.  Imagine teaching high school seniors how to vote and how…

Opinions Vary on Adjusted Time Schedule
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Opinions Vary on Adjusted Time Schedule

By Ava Reagan Earlier this year, changes were made to Delta High School’s schedule to better benefit those who are quarantined and those who are attending in-person. Time in class became shorter, with it being 40 minutes per day instead of 49, the removal of Student Resource Time (SRT), and ending earlier than before.  When…

The Farewell Equation
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The Farewell Equation

By Brett Shearer For the past 42 years, Mr. Gary Seidner has seen principals and teachers come and go, and watched more classes graduate than most of his fellow educators. Now it is time we prepare to say “Goodbye” to such a dedicated educator at the end of this school year. “I’ll miss the students….

Teachers Were Once Students Too
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Teachers Were Once Students Too

By Alisha Fields There are so many classes you can take as a senior, but none of the classes require students to make milkshakes. However, this is one reason why English teacher Mrs. Suzy Fox remembers her senior year at Delta High School, back in 1991, to be the best.  As part of her advanced…

Troupers Face Challenges in Era of COVID
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Troupers Face Challenges in Era of COVID

Update 11-17-20     Due to new attendance restrictions from Gov. Holcomb, the show featured below, which was planned for December 10-11-12, 2020, has been rescheduled for February 10, 11 and 13, 2021.   By Shayla Crow When you think about a play, you think of a crowded theatre but it’s not loud because the…

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