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Traditional graduation ceremony set for July 31

As part of the tradition, the class of 2019 throws their caps and tassels into the air at the close of the ceremony.

Daniel Gonzalez-Arevalo, Newtonian Staffer

May 10, 2020

With the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States schools have been forced to stop physical classes and cancel other events in an attempt to stop the spread of the virus. Events that were canceled included prom and all spring sports. Even the event that most high school students work towards, their high...

Who’s that baby?

Answer Key :)
Addison Lindenmeyer, Ellen Miller Garrett

Addie Lindenmeyer, Newtonian Editor-in-Chief

May 8, 2020

While some might find their photos embarrassing and others cute, there is no question that guessing the baby picture is a fun game. Predict which baby picture belongs to each photo.     Collage 1 Answer Key: Row 1 (from left to right): Rianna Henderson, Meya Green, John Janzten, Reagan Moe, Abigail Jackson Row 2 (from left to right...

Senior future plans

Senior future plans

Ann Pomeroy, Elly Green, and Ellen Miller Garrett

May 8, 2020

Class of 2020 - Future Plans *Information obtained through survey as of May 6, 2020. Tucker Ainsworth-Woods - Undecided Felipe Alejo - Undecided Christopher Altum - Undecided Luis Alvarez - Undecided Gage Anderson - Undecided Kayla Anderson - Central Christian College of Kansas, Physcology Raistlin...

Seniors most embarrassing moments

Seniors most embarrassing moments

Kati Blaylock, Newtonian Reporter

May 8, 2020

Throughout high school, many students have acquired various memories they will carry on past graduation. Here is a collection of seniors reminiscing on their most embarrassing moments like tripping in front of crowds, dropping cups in the commons, falling in front of crushes and more. Senior Chandlor...

Senior Opinion: Individuals should prioritize their needs

Senior Opinion: Individuals should prioritize their needs

Ellen Miller Garrett, Newtonian Online Manager

May 8, 2020

Priorities: we all have them, and we all create our own systems of values to determine what we should spend the most time doing. However, when you are involved in many activities and have responsibilities, this system can get muddled. You should always prioritize your health and well-being above anything...

Unofficial Guide to NHS

Unofficial Guide to NHS

Matt Olson

May 6, 2020

As seniors prepare to move to the next phase of their life, some have reflected on what they learned during their time in high school in and outside of the classroom. Aside from getting good grades, there are other things that the incoming students should keep in mind when beginning their high school...

AP tests use online platform

AP tests use online platform

Ellen Miller Garrett, Newtonian Online Manager

May 5, 2020

When the district announced that the remainder of the year would be online, many upperclassmen were left in the dark about their Advanced Placement (AP) tests. On April 3, the College Board (the organization responsible for the AP tests) announced a rough plan to take the tests online. After several...

Senior feature: Lopez-Correa moves from Puerto Rico for high school

Senior feature: Lopez-Correa moves from Puerto Rico for high school

Libby Crawford, Newtonian Reporter

May 5, 2020

For most, coming into high school freshman year can be terrifying. In senior Ricardo Lopez-Correa’s case, he started his freshman year in a whole different part of the country. Growing up in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Lopez-Correa and his family moved to the United States to find better opportunities for...

Senior Opinion: Class of 2020 uniquely adapts to world changing events

Addie Lindenmeyer, Newtonian Editor-in-Chief

May 3, 2020

The class of 2020 seniors- the 9/11 babies raised in a time of mass school shootings and social change that are now victims of a global pandemic. One could say that this year's seniors are not strangers to hardships. The ability to improvise, adapt and overcome is not just instrumental in surviving high...

Senior awards night moved online

Senior awards night moved online

Kati Blaylock, Newtonian Reporter

May 3, 2020

As graduation approaches, many seniors look forward to Senior Awards Night where their academic achievements- awards and local scholarships- will be announced to friends and family. Due to the worldwide pandemic, this gathering was not able to happen in person, but rather through an online video. Starting...

Senior Feature: Valle moves countries for high school

Senior Feature: Valle moves countries for high school

Daniel Gonzalez-Arevalo, Newtonian Reporter

May 3, 2020

When transitioning to high school, it can be difficult to make friends, understand what is being taught, manage your time, and schedule as well. However, when making the move to a new school from a completely different country, these simple issues can become more complicated. Senior Estefany Valle...

Coronavirus intensifies senioritis

Coronavirus intensifies senioritis

Matt Olson, Newtonian Reporter

May 1, 2020

Senioritis is a common affliction among students nearing the end of their high school career. It often presents itself in a lack of motivation and a decline in performance. Coming to terms with the fact that their last year of high school is upon them can be stressful for seniors. Many students are...

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