Teacher of January

By: Brynn Abernathy

Matthew Shade is January’s teacher of the month. Although Shade has been teaching for three years, this is his first year teaching at Sterling High School. 170 more words


Morgan Dowell's "Great Thanksgiving Challenge"

The role of the educator has changed dramatically in the digital age. While it is still important to teach the core subjects, we must also show students how to collaborate through effective communication skills and question through evaluation. 707 more words

Teacher Feature

Teacher of November

By: Katlyn LaPorte

The teacher of the month for November is Rachelle Knudson. This is Knudson’s first year teaching at the high school.

Knudson was born on April 13, 1994. 221 more words


Principal Goals

Would you be willing to sleep on the roof of your school?

What about lip-sync to Uptown Funk in front of a captive audience of teachers and students? 390 more words

Teacher Feature

Twirls for Merrit

by Amy Toroxel

Spinning, whirling and twirling her way to the top, Freshman, Merrit Jones, is the twirler at The Magnolia High School. Since she was three, she’s been involved in twirling and enjoys the adrenaline rush it gives her.   108 more words


October Teacher Feature: Mr. Mark Koesters


Q: Where did you grow up?A: In Iowa on a farm.

Q: How long have you worked at Marian? A: This is my 29th year. 417 more words

Issue 2: October

Teacher Feature! Mrs. Jimenez--5th Grade

Every week, my goal is to feature two actively working teachers and share their favorite classroom books. I will be interviewing each teacher and discovering their “Top Ten List” of most useful classroom stories! 946 more words