Students jump into Easter vacation as the final break before the last day of school, April 12. High school students end the week before Easter break by finishing school projects and participate in powderpuff, April 12. During break, families celebrate Palm Sunday, April 14, Good Friday, April 19, Passover, April, 20 and [...]
Presentations, photo posts and articles are written in preperation for the upcoming NSPA Anaheim trip, April 25-27. The Feather focuses to teach eight sessions at the JEA/NSPA convention.
JH choir, band, cantiamo choir and Bellezza ensemble attend the Worldstrides Heritage Festival in Anaheim, April 5-7. The festival provides the music departments to showcase pieces of music they have been practicing throughout the school year.
There is only one more week to go before it is Easter Break! Events earlier this month include Kids Day, FC Auction, Serve Day and Econ Fair. Calendar events coming up this week are included in the information below.
New technology is continually evolving. Taking a look at gizmos and gadgets that peek our interest and make our jobs as photojournalists a little easier and fun. For the first in the series, read Feather tech talk, No. 3.
Students in home economics practice tying ties on one another as well as on themselves, March 27. Teacher Kimberly Bell’s home economics class learn how to tie a tie properly, March 27. This lesson of correct etiquette and proper wardobe goes along with the upcoming formal event: N.O.T.S., March 30. Students [...]
Representing The Feather staff, editor in chief Alexander Rurik participated in the Columbia Press Association spring conference in New York, March 21. Due to personal scheduling conflicts, both advisers were not able to attend this year’s conference.