Brending’s First Year Teaching

Jolie Van Gilder, Staff Reporter

October 31, 2018

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Ms. Brending just graduated from college and is now in her first year of teaching. “I love it here; everyone is just so supportive. I definitely love all of the school spirit here” Brending said. She teaches Princip...

Junior Wins Big at National Yu-Gi-Oh Tournament

Fiza Kuzhiyil, Staff Reporter

October 26, 2018

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Corbin Thivierge sifted through his hand of cards in search for one to attack his opponent’s move. Thousands of pairs of eyes in the crowd watched him intently, awaiting his next move. It is the semi-finals of the 12-hour t...

Dulude’s First Year at Springs

Jolie Van Gilder, Staff Reporter

October 17, 2018

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Ms. Dulude is a brand-new teacher here at Clear Springs. She has years of experience teaching and has worked at two school prior to CSHS. Ms. Dulude has years of teaching experience. “I have been teaching for probably...

Seniors Give Freshmen Advice

Sydney Rose, Staff Reporter

October 17, 2018

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High school can be a complicated place, one that brings up a lot of questions. For incoming freshmen who want to know how to get through the next four years, they have an excellent group of mentors. The class of 2019. “How do you ...

Young Life Gives Community a Place to Connect

Cindy Colato, Staff Reporter

October 17, 2018

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Young Life is a non-denominational community organization for high school students whose purpose is to connect young people to their spirituality. “Young Life is time we have set aside to get together to play games, sing son...

McLendon is First to Make His Way to State

Sydney Rose, Staff Reporter

October 9, 2018

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The speech and debate season has only just begun, but with three tournaments down, Miles McLendon (12) has managed to state qualify before the rest of his team. Miles, who competes in an event called ‘Humorous Interpretatio...

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