School Shootings

Emma Riley, Staff Writer

May 15, 2018

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Walkouts, protests, and a demand for action. Since the recent Stoneman Douglas school shooting, students, teachers, and parents have been making a plea to the government for more rigorous gun control. After the lack of interest ...

Picking up the Pizzas: School attempts to meat USDA standards

May 15, 2018

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School lunches all across the country have been changing in order to meet the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) requirements. These requirements state that students must receive a healthy lunch when purchased at...

CAASPP Test Scores

Elona Shchirov and Erica Pozdirca

May 11, 2018

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Scores on state education tests given to all high school junior have stayed about the same, but Rio saw slight gains in students meeting math standards and while The CAASPP tests have always been a huge part of school and what...

Snapchat story causes controversy on campus

Jared Moisey, Sports Editor

May 11, 2018

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From Snapchat story to Saturday school, junior Shane Becker posted an image stating that there are only two genders, and anything else is a mental disorder. He would find “later that day” that vice principal Robert Kerr was ...

Grayson Cliff

Grayson Cliff

May 11, 2018

Wifi has disconnect with students

Kaitlyn Shellooe, News Editor

January 26, 2018

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There’s a new way to get wifi with a better connection on campus. Students have been upset due to the poor wifi connection or just not being able to connect to it at all. This problem strongly impacts students with the...

Georgia school case sheds light on right

Sarah Sault and Margaret O'Brien

January 26, 2018

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Last spring at Worth County High School, in Georgia, the Sheriff’s Office searched all 900 students on campus looking for drugs. The search, in which students were forced to hand over their cells phones and then frisked,...