The Pony Express

Elevator Back in Service

Leigh Dittman, Copy Editor

December 2, 2015

Due to the power outage Monday afternoon, the elevator did not function Tuesday. Students using the elevator for medical reasons faced a serious problem with getting to classes throughout the day. How was someone in a wheelchair...

Flu Virus Outbreaks, Students get Vaccinated

Kayla Cantres, Opinions Editor

September 30, 2015

Recently, the school has been hit with a wave of flu infections, due to a lack of hygine usually found amongst teenagers. The flu has been spreading at an increasingly fast rate. A rainy climate can also accelerate the spr...

New community college plan has benefits

Hannah Reasor, Staff Writer

March 17, 2015

Back in January of this year, President Barack Obama proposed a plan for willing students to attend two years of community college absolutely free. Although criticized heavily by conservatives, the plan would help students obtain...

A student’s guide to winning scholarships

Sheila Tayie, Staff Writer

February 19, 2015

Paying for college is an unavoidable topic that high school students have to face. When most think about scholarships they think about free money that comes from private-funded agencies and organizations. Earning scholarships...

Key Club penalized for bad behavior

Nicole Mason, Staff Writer

October 14, 2014

Key Club is inactive after the inappropriate behavior of the new and past members. The School Board has taken action to ensure that hazing does not continue to happen in other school activities or clubs. “Seniors have complained...

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