A Project for Better Journalism chapter


An Election to Remember

December 6, 2020 8:29pm | Leah Reed

This year’s election saw record high voter turnout, with at least 159.8 million votes cast around the country.    While Biden is the projected winner of the election, Donald Trump is calling for a recount in states where votes were close, such as Georgia and Michigan.  […]

Princesses for a Day

November 20, 2019 6:01pm | Alicia Graham

“Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo.” A fairytale came true when the Pirate Poms held their annual Princess Tea Party fundraiser on Oct. 19 in the OHS cafeteria. At the event 32 girls ranging in age from four to nine came out for an afternoon full of different princess-related activities, […]

Ninja Business

January 22, 2019 4:26pm | Kaitlyn Wilson

Lacy Bellino’s freshman homeroom play ninja to de-stress after a long week.  These students are competitive. Freshman Zander Baxter, who usually initiates the game said, “I really like to play with my friends.  It’s lots of fun.” Pictured in the back from left to right […]

Help the Less Fortunate Have a Good Holiday

January 22, 2019 4:24pm | Kaitlyn Wilson

Imagine it’s Christmas morning and you come down the stairs to see all the presents under the tree. You can smell the breakfast your parents are making in the kitchen, and you are filled with joy. Not everyone is fortunate enough to get these things. […]

What to Wear to Holiday Parties

January 22, 2019 4:18pm | Ashley Nona

Depending on your style, holidays mean something different for everyone. Some might wear pajamas all day, while others spend hours getting ready. If you are going to a family party and want to look better than all of your bratty cousins, here are some ideas […]

Hot Chocolate for Breakfast

January 22, 2019 4:10pm | Andrew Armstrong

What’s a better way to start a cold winter morning than a hot cup of cocoa to warm you up? Hot chocolate is now offered before school next to the waffle bar. The cocoa is $1.50 a cup and you can add to it with […]

Holiday Cards Competition

January 22, 2019 4:06pm | Andrew Armstrong

The winter holidays are dawning on us once more and the card competition is going on in the art classes. The classes have a competition to create a design for a winter or holiday themed card. The competition has been going on for over 11 […]

Riva’s Marriage Project

January 22, 2019 3:58pm | Lizzy Martinez

In Chase Riva’s Adult Living class, you can hear the wedding bells ringing. The students are planning weddings and will marry their “spouse.” Riva paired up two students from each of her classes to experience the hardships and the fun of planning a wedding. Riva […]

A Wheely Great Class

December 4, 2018 4:17pm | Andrew Armstrong

Do you have an interest in becoming a mechanic? Do you want to learn how to do basic repairs and other jobs you’d commonly take your car to the shop for? Or do you just find the automotive industry interesting? If so, then you should […]

Season Changes

December 4, 2018 4:15pm | Andrew Armstrong

Here’s a joke that hits a little too close to home for us: the weather in the Midwest. From blistering days when the higher levels of the school feel like a sauna, students and faculty alike wish their classrooms were air-conditioned and pray that a […]