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New CAD teacher brings new format to class

The Engineering Design II class, with a focus on computer-aided design (CAD) and manufacturing, is taught by Michael Gudor and allows returning students to choose projects that interest them. These projects range from 3D printing fidget spinners [...]

Flight by Design presentations blast off

On 1 June, four Flight by Design groups presented their projects to a room full of judges. The groups began work on their projects at the beginning of the year and dedicated themselves to their work for the entire year.   According to [...]

Students show off their talents at NHS’ annual talent show

On 26 May, twenty-one students from RAHS displayed their talents at the annual talent show hosted by the National Honor Society.   The winner of this year’s talent show was sophomore Felix Bosques, who performed an original composition [...]

School’s first spelling bee to be held in May

On 24 May, students at RAHS will participate in the first spelling bee hosted by the school. Currently, preliminary rounds are being held weekly on Mondays for underclassmen and Thursdays for upperclassmen.   The spelling bee is organized [...]

Poetry Out Loud debuts at RAHS

On Jan. 17, students and teachers met in the PLC for the first Poetry Out Loud (POL) competition at RAHS. The competition aims to foster the love of poetry in high schools around the country. Freshman English teacher, Wayne Storer, was the [...]

RAHS gets new Youth and Government delegation

The returning Youth and Government delegation kicked off Wednesday 7 Dec., where students are taking a more involved role in politics and letting their voices be heard while learning about the local government and writing bills.   RAHS [...]

“Spirit” hits rock bottom

Students at RAHS find the spirit rock, donated by the class of 2015, uninspiring and many never even see it.   “Personally, I feel that the spirit rock is a little underwhelming,” said junior Henry Crockett. “I feel that the current [...]
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