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Mrs. Cook cans her old life for one in New York

Former RAHS English teacher for at least a decade, Mary Ciccone-Cook, has been up to big things. Mrs. Cook has been gone for almost an entire year now, and while there are parts about RAHS she misses, she is enjoying her life away from the [...]

Balloon Team looks to the sky with upcoming balloon launch

In the past, Satellite Club (Sat Club) has struggled to accomplish their goals pertaining to satellites on their original timelines. However, this is starting to change as the club is starting to find success on a scale larger than just the [...]

Students expanding their horizons at international event

Many students travel to learn about different communities, and some students are lucky enough to travel to different cities or states, but seniors Harrison Jerome and Cole Graham are traveling out of the country to visit an international event. [...]

Competitors face annual Poetry Out Loud competition

Poetry Out Loud (POL) competitions took place in three different classes this year: AP Literature and Composition, Sophomore English, and Aviation Theater. RAHS English teacher Wayne Storer ran the competitions in Aviation Theater and AP Literature [...]

New workspaces for students become available to all

Nikhil Joshi, RAHS Mathematics, Flight by Design, and Astronomy instructor, is working on turning the Small Projects Lab and the Large Projects Lab, also known as the shop, into a space available to the entire student body. “I want to make [...]

Students search for science and technology

As the first two months of school are wrapping up, students are becoming immersed in their science and technology related elective classes. Although there is a wide variety of classes to choose from, some students are struggling to find the [...]