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Baryons robotics team to visit hospital after State qualification

Baryons robotics team to visit hospital after State qualification

Will Roach, Staff Reporter

February 21, 2018


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The Baryons Robotics team is headed to State this weekend after sweeping their competition at last weekend's qualifier at Selvidge Middle School. They won several awards and are now going to State this weekend at the Missouri University of Technology and Science. “I am very excited to see them going ...

Darcy Hachmeister named Teacher of the Year

Darcy Hachmeister named Teacher of the Year

Jackson Estwanick, Staff Reporter

February 18, 2018


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Comedian speaks to MHS students

Comedian speaks to MHS students

Austin Woods, Associate Editor

February 15, 2018


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On Tuesday Feb. 13, comedian Greg Warren visited Robert Durham’s language arts classes to talk to students about how to be optimistic in the face of personal failure. Warren has had two Comedy Central specials and has been featured on shows such as Late Night with Seth Meyers many times in the p...

MHS Beats LHS in Chick-Fil-A Fundraiser

MHS Beats LHS in Chick-Fil-A Fundraiser

Jen Bosche, Assistant Online Editor

February 13, 2018


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Sophia Lombardi, junior, worked as usual at Chick-Fil-A on Feb. 1 but this day was very different from her normal work day. On that Thursday, MHS Renaissance held a fundraiser at the Chick-Fil-a in the Chesterfield Valley. “It was really fun because I like talking to people and seeing my friends,” Lom...

More students to receive Chromebooks

More students to receive Chromebooks

Greg Svirnovksiy and Abhijit Srirangam

February 8, 2018


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At the onset of the upcoming 2018-2019 school year, RSD will dole out Chromebooks to all incoming freshmen for the second consecutive year, and look into ways to supplement Chromebooks for some juniors and seniors, as part of the district’s 1:1 Chromebook policy. Lee Mitchell, librarian, is in charge...

Nine students score 36 on ACT

Nine students score 36 on ACT

Neelansh Bute and Greg Svirnovskiy

February 7, 2018


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Brooke Davis, junior, knew her ACT score had come in that morning, Dec. 19. She knew it was ready to be checked and how much it mattered. But she also knew the first order of business: her AP Government final. So for the first chunk of the day, she let it be, her anxieties elsewhere. But when Davis...

MHS responds to influx of influenza illnesses

MHS responds to influx of influenza illnesses

Marta Mieze and Kailin Zhang

January 30, 2018


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High fever. Tissues. Days spent in bed. This has been the beginning of the day for many students with the flu including Tanner Rojewski, sophomore, who had the flu for four days but only missed two school days. “I couldn’t stop coughing and I took a lot of medicine,” Rojewski said. H...

Sophomore scores perfect 36 on ACT exam

Sophomore scores perfect 36 on ACT exam

Kailin Zhang and Marta Mieze

January 27, 2018


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When Sriya Kosaraju, sophomore, was called to the principal’s office, she had no idea about the news she was about to receive. She is one of nine students at MHS who earned a 36 on her ACT - and could not be more thrilled. The other students were seniors William An, Michelle Li and juniors Jacob ...

Discussions surface as inclement weather increases

Discussions surface as inclement weather increases

Kailin Zhang and Marta Mieze

January 12, 2018


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It’s 6:51 a.m. The day is Jan. 4. The temperature is 3℉. A few students are standing on the sidewalk. One of these students is Dakota Sherman, sophomore, who rides the bus to school. Sherman said a little ice should not be the reason for a snow day, and he supports the district’s ...

MHS senior attends Princeton camp

MHS senior attends Princeton camp

Neelansh Bute, Online Editor in Chief

December 18, 2017


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From Oct. 13 to 17, Princeton University hosted its eighteenth annual Creative Arts & Humanities Symposium, a prestigious camp designed for motivated high school students that have shown promise in the humanities. The symposium had an attendance of 100 students during its 2017 session, according t...

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