Monthly Archives: January 2014

Consumer Report Lab

Did you know that popcorn pops because of the natural moisture inside each kernel? Today in chemistry, students compared two brands of popcorn. They measured the percentage of water in each sample to determine which brand offered the most popped … Continue reading

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New Office

Community Service Coordinator Linda Hurley takes a break from moving into her office in the new Arts Center addition.

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In the Zone

It’s still cold outside, but warm light enters the art studio on a Thursday afternoon.

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Photo Day

Seniors smile for the camera on all-school photo day.

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Rehearsal in Progress

Director Todd Morton works with the cast of this year’s winter play, Noises Off. Only a little more than a month until opening night!

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A Matter of Taste

Today marked the first day of the second semester. Today also marked the first day of science elective Chemistry and Cuisine, a course that explores the science of food using Harold McGee’s On Food and Cooking as its primary text. … Continue reading

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