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Does Homework Help or Hurt?

Deana Brown, Author

November 29, 2018

Filed under Student life

Students spend 7 hours a day at school and continue that with after school activities, such  as sports or clubs.  Then, they go home to their own lives and have important matters to deal with or they go to their jobs and work...

Anxiety and Stress Workshops at SCHS

Amanda Swank, Editor-in-Chief

November 27, 2018

Filed under Student life

Students over the past few years have mentioned that anxiety and stress are two of the more concerning topics they would like South Carroll to address. So, South Carroll has decided to run a number of workshops between Thanksgiving...

Junk Art Contest!

Faith Hawkins, Author

November 20, 2018

Filed under Student life

In Ms. Katz honors Art 1 class students entered into a statewide sculpture contest. But this contest is not your average make a sculpture and submit it. The sculptures are made of only recycled materials such as, aluminum cans,...

Veterans’ Day Breakfast 2018

Jasmine Adetunji, Author

November 16, 2018

Filed under Student life

Staff and students came together to set up the Veterans' Day Breakfast at South Carroll in order to commemorate and recognize our local veterans. Student leaders such as Dave Rapids, Jasmine Adetunji, Patrick Mombay and Sofia...

Dave’s Faves: Top 5 Mobile Apps

David Nicely, Author

November 16, 2018

Filed under Student life, Video

 Hey, I'm David and every so often I will be popping in to do a series I like to call "Dave's Faves", a little series I put together of my current obsessions and must haves. I hope you enjoy reading these and benefit from what I...

Thanksgiving Food Drive

Jasmine Adetunji, Author

November 9, 2018

Filed under Student life

The Young Democrats Club is working with the Mount Airy Net to host a Thanksgiving Food Drive until November 20th. The Mount Airy Net's mission is to provide a safety net of support and services for those in need, serving Carroll...

South Carroll JROTC Wins 1st at Meet Qualifier

Amanda Swank, Editor-in-Chief

November 9, 2018

Filed under Student life

On Saturday November 3rd, South Carroll's Raider Team, made of Garritty Burdt, Seins Burdt, Josh Crumback, and Steven Simmons, won 1st place in a best of the best Raider meet qualifier at Fredrick Douglass High. The South Carroll's...

Why You Should Get a Flu Shot

Sophia Acuna, Author

November 5, 2018

Filed under Student life

As the weather gets colder, the risk of influenza grows higher. The flu is very contagious, and in severe cases, can even be deadly. It's important to get a flu shot (or the nasal vaccine if you're not a fan of shots) so that...

Annual NHS Trunk or Treat!

Faith Hawkins, Author

November 1, 2018

Filed under Student life

On October 29th,South Carroll hosted their 5th trunk or treat for kids 13-under. This event is put on by the National Honor Society club here at South Carroll. Students in NHS create themed trunks for them to sit in while they...

What is Cappies?

November 1, 2018

Educators Rising Prepares for Veterans Day Breakfast

Faith Hawkins, Author

October 30, 2018

Filed under Student life

Every Year South Carroll High School holds a Veterans Day breakfast for the  veterans that live in our community. In preparing for the breakfast, the school makes a showcase bulletin board to welcome them to South Carroll High...

Students of the Month: September and October

Amanda Swank, Editor-in-Chief

October 30, 2018

Filed under Student life

Congratulations to our South Carroll Students of the Month: September: Jake Carney, Senior, outstanding work as an Outdoor School Counselor, service to the school in tech design projects, and student mentoring. J...

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