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9/11 memories survive

9/11 memories survive By Unique Larry On Sept. 11th, 2001, Clements teacher Kandie Bradshaw was preparing to allow her students to watch Channel One. She was not prepared however for the shock that she was about to receive. Teachers were…

 

Hurricane Irene postpones school openings

Prince George County Schools announced yesterday that all schools will not open on Tues., Sept. 6th. The new plan will bring teachers back to schools on Sept. 6th and then open schools on Mon., Sept. 12th. Currently the county school…

 

This I Believe: Kevin Harris

[display_podcast] Miracles, some believe in them while others do not. I believe in miracles. As a sports fan miracles are almost a part of everyday life. The 1980 Olympics when a bunch of college amateurs from the US played and…

 

Four new classes available to students next year

By Emily Gray Four new classes will be available to students for the 2011-2012 school year. Advanced Programming, Digital Input Technologies, Introduction to Fashion Design and Marketing, and Pre-Engineering/Automated Manufacturing have been added as class options for students to pick…

 

College costs concern students, parents

By Rachel Waymack With graduation quickly approaching, seniors are thinking more and more about college and all of the costs associated with it. Those bound for college must not only think about tuition and room and board costs directly charged…