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Duck SAE Project Fascinates Students

Duck SAE Project Fascinates Students

Brooklynn Fye, Senior writer

September 27, 2018


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Quack! Quack! Quack! Mr. Appleton’s classroom fills with the sound of ducks quacking and children squealing about tiny animals in the room. Little did they know these six little ducks were going to be the lesson of the day. This agriculture class introduces the topics all of our classes cover. From ...

A Legacy That Will Last Forever

A Legacy That Will Last Forever

Reece Rodabaugh, Senior Writer

September 24, 2018


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Do you have a certain person besides your parents you look to for advice or as a role model? Well, mine is Coach Marschand. Ever since I can remember playing baseball and hearing about Cass athletics, Coach Marschands’ name always stuck in my head.Going to his baseball camps as a kid were always a hu...

Revealing Secrets

Revealing Secrets

Annie Daily, Senior Writer

September 21, 2018


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Everyone has a secret that he/she keeps private. Some are small and miniscule and some are big and important. According to Psychology Today, keeping a secret can damage someone’s mental health and cause someone to be stressed and feel unneeded pressure. I thought to better my mental health, I would re...

Not 1, Not 2, But 3!

Not 1, Not 2, But 3!

Brooklynn Fye, Senior Writer

September 21, 2018


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Picture this: Christmas morning and large fluffy snowflakes gently fall to cover the ground. The clock reads 4 a.m. but you have only been in bed for two hours. You don’t hear any movement in the house, just the steady breath coming from the love of your life lying next to you. As you pull the covers ...

Big Kings Little Kings: Mentoring the Young

Big Kings Little Kings: Mentoring the Young

Carl Jay, Junior Writer

September 13, 2018


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Most people at Lewis Cass, LCHS, are aware of the program Big Kings/ Little Kings but don’t know what goes on within. The program was started last year by Mr. Smith, LCHS Assistant Principal, and Mr. LaPlante, Lewis Cass Elementary(LCE) Principle, as a way of mentoring elementary students. After hear...

Overcoming Fear

Overcoming Fear

Bella Panmei, Sophomore Writer

September 12, 2018


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7.442 billion people live in this world right now. Every single one of those people have been afraid of something or will soon. Having a fear or phobia of something can be funny to those who don’t have it but extremely terrifying for the ones who do. I know that I am extremely horrified by worms an...

Volunteering at Our Father’s Library

Volunteering at Our Father’s Library

Hannah Plauschin, Freshman Writer

September 10, 2018


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Community service is very important and has many benefits. While giving individuals responsibility, self-confidence, and stress relief, community service also helps many people in need. Not to mention, volunteering looks good on a resume. Because of these reasons and more, I try to serve my community oft...

Velkommen To America

Velkommen To America

Bella Panmei, Sophomore Writer

August 29, 2018


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Has anyone ever gone to a sleepover or spent more than a night at their house without your family? How about moving schools and becoming the new kid? Moving into a new country is way worse than moving to a different school or spending the night for the first time away from your parents. Try going ba...

Taking Action

Taking Action

Alex Myers, Senior Writer

August 21, 2018


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Yesterday I had a meeting with two Marines about furthering my career in the Armed Forces. My friend Jackson Tharp had given Staff Sergeant Jeffries my phone number and he contacted me about a week ago about joining the Marines. I have always had an interest in serving, but I never took action until ...

Mr. Spitler joins Cass staff

Mr. Spitler joins Cass staff

Robert Fitch III, Freshman Writer

August 20, 2018


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When it comes to school, we are all excited to meet new friends. Well, this is a little different, and what I mean by different is quite a few new teachers joined us this year. When it comes to a new teacher, I wonder how he is going to be. Well, Mr. Spitler is really interesting and cool as him. ...

Training Man’s Best Friend

Training Man’s Best Friend

Clara Licklider, Freshman Writer

August 16, 2018


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Imagine a dog running full speed right at you. Now, imagine trying to run away. Let me tell you right now, that’s impossible. A dog’s average speed is about 35 miles per hour. The fastest Olympian runner can only run at best 28 miles per hour. What about the dogs that are trained to run as fast as t...

DCI Finals

DCI Finals

Katelyn Schreckenghaust, Junior Writer

August 15, 2018


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Have you ever heard of Drum Corps International? Drum corps worldwide make up this organization. A drum corps isn’t just any ordinary marching band. Everyone who is a part of a drum corps has to audition to be accepted into the band. Brass players, percussion, front line members, drum majors, and ...

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