Senior Aide Helps In the Classroom

Senior Aide Helps In the Classroom

Evelyn Weldon, Reporter

December 4, 2019

Senior aide Maddy Yoakum assists in Kim Dahr's science class. https://www.youtube.com/embed/fUybZ5PgSvs  

Courier Chat- RoboWarriors Scrimmage

Courier Chat- RoboWarriors Scrimmage

Alex Stine, Reporter

December 3, 2019

Robotics mentor Donna Shelly discusses the past Robotics Scrimmage.

Science Students Study Soil

Science Students Study Soil

Anna Joy, Reporter

November 25, 2019

Elizabeth Worley’s AP Environmental Science students completed a lab on understanding the different components of soil last week.  Worley’s stepfather Joe Brown, a senior engineer of water resources at RK&K,  deals with soil and researching the different components regularly. Worley found that this would be th...

Walker Stands Out on the National IMG Team

Josh Franklin, Reporter

November 22, 2019

New Freedom native Jarace Walker is ready to make an impact during his second year at International Management Group (I.M.G.) Academy in Bradenton, FL. As a basketball player, Walker stood out at the age of 13 and was known all around York County. “My first dunk was in a high school game in 7th grade. It was...

Students Compete in Punkin’ Chunkin’ Competition

Students Compete in Punkin’ Chunkin’ Competition

Tim Hall, Reporter

November 21, 2019

Engineering students came in fourth place in the annual Punkin’ Chunkin’ Competition on Friday, Nov. 1.  The team finished the competition two feet short of a bronze finish. According to engineering teacher James Rayburn, the throwing arm of the trebuchet snapped into three pieces on the s...

Hanson Grows Beard for Mini-THON

Hanson Grows Beard for Mini-THON

Mackenzie Womack, Sports Editor

November 20, 2019

Billy Hanson, the Southern York County School district’s resource officer, is participating in Mini-THON's ‘No Shave November’ fundraiser. Hanson and his department participated last year in the Mini-THON event. “The guys expressed interest in doing it again this year, so that’s why we are...

Students Compete in YCASE

Students Compete in YCASE

Kai Fleming, Reporter

November 20, 2019

Seven students participated and entered pieces in the York Community Arts Scholars Exhibition (YCASE). These students had their work evaluated by professional jurors and were selected into the Finalist exhibition where they all can apply for a $20,000 scholarship to York College, according to Electron...

Students Intern in Various Professions

Students Intern in Various Professions

Tom Driftmyer, Reporter

November 19, 2019

18 students are participating in student internships this school year, gaining future job experiences. Assistant Principal James Sterner is the administrator overseeing the student internship program.  “Students need to have room in their schedule for their senior year to qualify for an internship,...

Students Share at ‘Get Real Day’

Students Share at ‘Get Real Day’

Jacob Derkosh, Reporter

November 19, 2019

The yearly tradition for the sophomores, "Get Real Day," is back again. On Nov. 6 students had their first day of emotion and cooperation. ...

FCA Donates Boxes to Operation Christmas Child

FCA Donates Boxes to Operation Christmas Child

KC O'Neill, Reporter

November 15, 2019

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes club (FCA) took part in a yearly event called Operation Christmas Child. Operation Christmas Child is a world-wide organization that collects and sends donated shoe boxes full of toys and basic necessities to children in third-class countries. The FCA club,...

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