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Storm The Capital

Storm The Capital

Joshua Harper, Staff writer March 20, 2021

The years 2020 and 2021 have been filled with significant events. Can we compare them to identify what was the worst? According to CNN News, what is being referred to as the "Capitol protest" was the...

Cianna Slater happily wears her mask to stay safe in school and enjoy her socially distanced learning.

Vaccines In Delay

Ruth Estrada, Staff Writer March 20, 2021

Some people may say it’s crazy and some people may say it’s expected on how the coronavirus outbreak all started January 30th of 2020. “It doesn’t amaze me because significant people are scared...

Womens History Month

Womens History Month

Destiny Mattingly, Editor + Staff Writer March 11, 2021

Women’s History Month   Harriet Tubman, Cady Stanton, Amelia Earhart, Rosy the Riveter, Maya Angelou, Sally Ride, Oprah Winfrey, Rosa Parks, Malala Yousafzai, Hilary Clinton, Kamala Harris....

Stalemate

Stalemate

Cheyenne Brown, Staff Writer November 24, 2020

On November 3rd the presidential candidates, along with the rest of the United States, began the anxious wait for the results of the 2020 presidential election. Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Donald...

Election 2020-2021

Election 2020-2021

Destiny Mattingly, Editor + Staff Writer November 3, 2020

This week students participated in a “mock election” giving them a chance to anonymously voice their opinions. Here are the results from the 231 students who voted. President Joe Biden- 55% Donald...

Aksels proudly stands in front of Winnetonka after the building is closed due to a stay-at-home order. In the background, staff members work hard to prepare food packages for the families they serve. This is his

Saying goodbye

Elizabeth Payton, Staff Writer April 10, 2020

While many students across the country are holding their breath following statewide orders for schools to remain closed, foreign exchange students are experiencing a different type of crisis.  Due...

'Grab & Go' meal program begins April 13 at 12 district buildings

‘Grab & Go’ meal program begins April 13 at 12 district buildings

Elizabeth Payton, Staff Writer April 9, 2020

To help students and their families through the sudden transition to eLearning after spring break, NKC Schools launched a program where breakfast and lunch meals were delivered to bus stop locations every...

NKC Schools hosts eLearning training sessions for staff, parents

NKC Schools hosts eLearning training sessions for staff, parents

April 4, 2020

To help parents and staff better understand and use eLearning, NKC Schools will be hosting various sessions from April 6 to April 8. For "Parent University,"  NKC Schools will host several 30-minute...

Update from Superintendent Daniel Clemens- March 27

Update from Superintendent Daniel Clemens- March 27

March 28, 2020

https://www.facebook.com/NKCSchools/videos/846923879123407/

eLearning Bell Schedule

eLearning Bell Schedule

Elizabeth Payton, Staff Writer March 26, 2020

To maintain classtime structure as NKCSD classes switch to online, administration released an "eLearning Bell Schedule" for students and teachers to follow during normal school hours. While students are...

Introducing inclusion

Introducing inclusion

Elizabeth Payton, Staff Writer March 6, 2020

Gathered in the dimly-lit auditorium, senior students watched a story of racial tension and resolution unfold, with the highs of the movie bringing some to insuppressible laughter and the lows bringing...

Junior Alex Kisler keeps himself warm before seeing the parade on alongside the streets of Kansas City on Feb. 5. Submitted photo.

Red “seas” the day

Ruth Estrada, Staff Writer March 3, 2020

On Feb. 2, 2020, 99.9 million viewers watched the biggest game of the year—the NFL Super Bowl.  At 9:12 pm, quarterback Patrick Mahomes scored the winning touchdown of the 2020 Super Bowl with the...

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