Seniors

Leaving So Soon
Features, Seniors

Leaving So Soon

By Trey Gilbert Elias Sanders sits at lunch talking to his peers like any other student. He goes to his classes throughout the day being as productive as can be. What some would be surprised to know is he’s only attended Delta High School for a semester.  Sanders was born and raised in Idaho where…

Growing Up and Glowing Up
Features, Seniors

Growing Up and Glowing Up

By Zach Carter Once high students hit senior year, it becomes time to decide their future plans. Some know from the start and others won’t decide until the last second. But at one time during kindergarten, they all had an idea. Senior Anna Cardemon had two career dreams during kindergarten. One was a surgeon and…

22 Wrong Answers for Class of ’22
Features, Seniors

22 Wrong Answers for Class of ’22

By Cooper Bratton   With people now you never know if they are being sarcastic or truthful. With wrong answers only, you are asked a question like, “What is a movie?” and people respond with, “Hot dogs.” It’s a fun story to make people laugh.  Here are 22 questions for the Class of 2022. What…

The Making of An Athlete
Features, Seniors, Sports

The Making of An Athlete

By Riley Bratton   With the 2021-2022 Delta school year drawing to a close and graduation just 3 weeks away, many sports seasons have been completed, leaving those senior players time to reflect on their high school sports career.    Senior Michael Bilby started playing soccer when he was 3 years old. Just like any…

Tennis Court to the Food Court
Features, Seniors

Tennis Court to the Food Court

By Macie Jones  Getting ready to go to college and planning her future, but also living in the moment. Senior Sarah Haney is doing it all.  She soon will be going to Purdue University and is taking the required classes to get there. She’s also having fun while playing tennis.  She plans to go to…

Time to Move On
Features, Seniors

Time to Move On

By Caitlyn Kirby Sibling relationships go through many ups and downs, but when it comes time for them to be separated, they find reasons to like each other. Many Delta seniors will be leaving their younger siblings at Delta when they go off to college.  “There’s something special about a sibling relationship that’s just different…

Seniors’ Advice To Freshmen
Features, Seniors

Seniors’ Advice To Freshmen

By Gracie Hart As the Class of 2022 leaves, the Class of 2026 is coming in. Throughout high school the current seniors have learned many lessons. Some of the current seniors have advice for the incoming freshmen. Julissa Lawless: Julissa Lawless is a senior who in her free time enjoys art and works at Bob…

Friends Till the End
Features, Seniors

Friends Till the End

By Caleb Elliott Friendships are one of the things that make high school special. They can last for years and can reach over thousands of miles. For seniors Brenden Mead and Kaleb Rhonemus, the separation in college won’t be anything new.  While they were in seventh grade, Mead moved to James Madison High School in…

A Man’s Best Friend
Features, Seniors

A Man’s Best Friend

By Fancy Robbins As seniors go off to college, there are many things they have to leave behind. Unfortunately, sometimes it is their own best friend. Julissa Lawless is a senior at Delta. She has owned her cat, Brownie, for nine years now. Brownie is a 9-year old cat.  She is going to miss the…

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