Dancing till YouDrop Dead

Dancing till YouDrop Dead

Esha Soni Dance events in the community as well as a dancers experience. There is no season or certain time do this activity. There can be little or much experience to do it, but no matter what, it always put smiles on faces and takes away the thoughts of tension. Dancing is pretty popular in […]

A Good Fight

A Good Fight

Have you ever worked so hard and still fail? Reported By: Gabriella Stalter Over the weekend of October 27-29, Corning Painted Post High School’s athletic department was involved in high ranking games. Each team went into the weekend with the hope and desire to win, but it didn’t go according to plan. The Boys Varsity […]

Applying for College

Applying for College

Education is the Passport for the Future Reported By: Jaquelle Quenan Among the many stresses of graduating, is not only figuring out what college to attend but also applying. In order to take some of the pressure off this process, here are a few things to know before applying to college. Colleges do look at […]

Bring Your Own Device

Bring Your Own Device

Reported By: Jaquelle Quenan If the school issued laptop is just not cutting it, then there is an alternative option. Bringing a laptop, Android, Windows Surface, iPad tablet, and/or Chromebook is allowed. In order to gain the school’s WiFi and permission to use this device in the school you must pick up a form from […]

As sport seasons change, so do coache...

As sport seasons change, so do coaches.

As sport seasons change, so do coaches. Reported  by: Jaquelle Quenan Although it is not super common for coaches to change, this has happened a lot within the last year. The reasons for this vary, for some coaches they were moving, others were offered another job. But all result in a new coach being thrown […]

Upcoming Career Panels

Upcoming Career Panels

Reported by: Jaquelle Quenan Exploring possible careers is an essential part of preparing for the future. Luckily, the school provides transportation to career development panels during the school day to make this process a little bit easier. The following list are upcoming career panels. Technical Trades and Education on October 26 at 9:30 am. Protective […]

The Fun Doesn’t Last too Long&#...

The Fun Doesn’t Last too Long…

  By:Esha Soni Currently, multiple students who are injured from their favorite sport.   Playing a sport is one of the reasons why many students like school. Being active, playing your favorite sport,  bonding with team members/friends, or the state of mind to dominate the opposing team can be the favorite part about one’s day. […]

Winter Shopping

Winter Shopping

Reported by: Jaquelle Quenan A new season calls for many changes. The temperature and month is not the only things that alter. Home decor and clothes typically adjust with the weather and upcoming holidays. Senior Alexis Teeter said, “I typically buy more sweaters and Hunter boots. I also splurge on Christmas decorations.” The transition from […]

Half Days, Full Happiness

Half Days, Full Happiness

By:Esha Soni Students opinions on half day and what they do during their free time.   It is officially that time of year where half days have come. Even though, we have to wake up early for school, we get to leave it four hours earlier.   Siobhan Stone, a sophomore said, “I love half […]

Just Yearbook’n

Just Yearbook’n

By: Esha Soni Students experience on being part of the yearbook team. Yearbook, many think it is tiring work and others think it is a great way to escape the real world. Believe it or not, the yearbook has an important role in our school. The yearbook team snaps shots and keeps special memories for […]