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Team manager Fletcher gives the signal to start the dives from the diving board and gives tips to the divers.  Sometimes he holds a bar for the swimmers to dive over.
High number of underclassmen show promise after a successful season for the men's swim and dive team
Flora Harper and Alexander Velo April 25, 2024

The 2023-24 men's swim team is a great example of what teamwork and determination can create. Although more than half the team members were...

Personal finance teacher Dyami Hernandez helps his second hour class choose classes for next year. Before selecting what classes they want, students have to check what credits they have first.
Students want new, more relevant classes
Lexi Tuley, Graphics Editor • April 24, 2024

It’s Monday morning. You’re sitting in your first hour on the brink of falling asleep. The teacher is droning on about geometry, and you...

Junior Nakia Lee Palmer works with counselor Rebecca Learner. I know that asking for help is something I MUST do, said Palmer.
Mental health struggles are still a concern for students
Venelope Ortiz, Tower Talk Editor • April 19, 2024

The quiet corners of a teenager's room, where laughter once echoed freely, is now replaced by silent struggles that won't go away. A fight not...

    Students Respond to Issues of Anxiety

    Dear editor,
    I read Sofie Nehlsen’s article on “Anxiety for Teens is an Invisible Struggle,” and I completely understand the feeling, but other than that I strongly agree that you are not alone if you are struggling with anxiety, I love the fact that people are starting to take a notice in it because it’s not easy growing up with anxiety. I know, I have been diagnosed with anxiety and depression, but again I love that people are coming out and sharing their stories. I also like that the quote she used is in the middle. I love the word choice.

    • Hailey Houser, freshman

    Dear Editor,
    I read “Anxiety for Teens is an Invisible Struggle” by Sofie Nielson and I thought it was great! The word choice was amazing and made me want to keep reading. Also, anxiety is something so common, yet nobody talks about [it] or even wants to. It’s great that she brought some attention to this subject.

    • Maddie Downham, senior
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