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CEO Breakfast and Team Building

CEO Breakfast and Team Building

Caleb Johnson, Senior Writer

September 9, 2019

Last week in Kokomo CEO was the most eventful by far. My peers and I shared many secrets with each other and ate breakfast with the CEO board members. On our first home base day we practiced public speaking. The objective to think quickly and outside the box quickly became obvious. Each student received ...

The Curious Life of Jack

Jack Miller, Freshman Writer

September 5, 2019

     Eighth-grade is the bridge between Junior High and High School. Each grade level has its challenges, but for me, eighth grade’s challenges were exciting. Finally,  I was able to take advanced classes, this represented the end of junior high. With the challenge of new, advanced classes, I had...

Adventures in Mowing

Adventures in Mowing

Lauren Hileman, Senior Writer

August 26, 2019

This past summer I had to start raising money for the upcoming trip to Europe. I was nominated and invited to play for the Indiana Ambassadors of Music Tour to go overseas and play in concerts and performances in 7 countries for sixteen days with three days of prep at Ball State University. The trip...

My Experience in Kokomo CEO

My Experience in Kokomo CEO

Caleb Johnson, Senior Writer

August 20, 2019

BOOM! You have your own business and must dress up almost everyday. This is the CEO class in a nutshell. The CEO program is much more than just a “class.” It redefines the boundaries of a traditional classroom setting by releasing students into the community to connect with businesses and speakers. E...

A Memorable Photoshoot

A Memorable Photoshoot

Bella Panmei, Junior Writer

August 19, 2019

Friends can make everything better no matter what is happening. Being surrounded with people who can make the best of a situation is healthy and makes life that much better. It is more fun when a person is trying something for the first time with friends! On Sunday, August 11th, I went on my very first photoshoot wit...

66 Hours by Car

66 Hours by Car

Clara Licklider, Sophomore Writer

August 19, 2019

Summer vacation: a time to have fun, travel, and experience new things in two small months before school starts up again. It’s a time to make new memories, new friends, and see new places. Summer vacation is overall just a wonderful time of the year; I’m sure anyone would agree with me. This summe...

Could You Show Up For Once?

Could You Show Up For Once?

Samuel Miller, Senior Writer

August 14, 2019

When someone tries to soar to new heights, people will always clip his wings. For me, the school administration had clipped or destroyed my creativity (much like how the American education system does). Also, there have been articles written and gossip spread on how the direction of the student sectio...

The end of a chapter

The end of a chapter

Brooklynn Fye, Senior Writer

May 17, 2019

As the countdown to the end of my high school career hits zero, it starts to sink in that I will no longer walk these same hallways as a student. I will now be an outsider that has no say in what takes place within these walls. I will never be able to stand in the student section on a Friday night hopin...

Making New Memories Through Career Center

Making New Memories Through Career Center

McKayla Thompson, Junior Writer

May 17, 2019

At the beginning of the year, I stepped into the class only recognizing a few faces, but now all twenty faces are more than familiar. Nervous as could be, I walked into class on my first day and sat next to strangers. These strangers, however, quickly became my friends. This school year I decided ...

My Final Farewell

My Final Farewell

Alex Myers, Senior Writer

May 16, 2019

My days are coming to a close here at this beautiful place we all know as Lewis Cass; however, this school is much more than just Lewis Cass to me. To me this school was a second home, a place of rough times and good times, and a place of discipline. This school has taught me many valuable life lessons...

Thanks for Everything, Lewis Cass

Thanks for Everything, Lewis Cass

Megan Dishon, Senior Editor

May 15, 2019

When I first moved into Walton, I didn’t know what to expect. I came from a rival school that talked about negative things.These negative things brought out a nervous wreck inside me that I was nervous of becoming one of them: one of the Kings. As I started my school year here in seventh grade, I d...

Moving Out

Moving Out

Kelsey Wise, Senior Writer

May 15, 2019

The past couple of weeks have been some of the busiest weeks I have been through. Between work and school, I also moved from Peru to Kokomo. I am now living with my sister, Shayla and our friend, Hannah. At first we weren’t sure of how moving in together would go due to Hannah also having her boyfr...

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