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Grab your glasses

Grab your glasses

Addie Watson, Reporter
August 18, 2017
Filed under News, School News, Top Stories

On Monday, August 21, the St. Louis area and many other places across the United States will witness the total solar eclipse. According to NASA, this rare occurrence is when the moon will completely block the sun causing it's atmosphere, the corona, to be able to be seen. People who are in the pa...

Fire alarm disrupts first day of school

Fire alarm disrupts first day of school

Jack Weaver, Digital Media Editor
August 16, 2017
Filed under News, School News, Top Stories

The first day of school didn't go as planned after a fire alarm sounded during fourth hour. The alarm not only interrupted classes, but also cut short lunch shifts. Crews from Metro West Fire Department arrived shortly after the alarm sounded. According to Battalion Chief Mike Digman, the alarm was caused by a fau...

Lafayette reinvents schedule changing procedures

Lafayette reinvents schedule changing procedures

Delaney Stulce, Web Editor
August 13, 2017
Filed under News, Top Stories

The schedule changing process has greatly changed for this 2017-2018 school year. On the first day of school, the only schedule changes that will be allowed are if he or she has been scheduled for a blank hour, two classes in one hour, the student has not met the prerequisites for the  course or...

Saved by the bell?

Saved by the bell?

Ty Prozorowski, News Editor
August 10, 2017
Filed under News, Top Stories

Beginning the first day of the 2017-2018 school year, the one minute bell will be abolished in hopes of creating more punctual students. Principal Karen Calcaterra said, “We looked at attendance and tardies, but tardies were more pervasive, like 'What can we do with this?' It's like whack-a-mol...

One for the books

One for the books

Jack Weaver, Digital Media Editor
June 13, 2017
Filed under Flood Coverage, Top Stories

Class of 2017 Lip Dub

Class of 2017 Lip Dub

May 19, 2017
Filed under Top Stories, Video, Video

Congratulations Class of 2017! Here's this year's senior lip dub.

2017 Senior Edition

2017 Senior Edition

May 19, 2017
Filed under As Seen In The Image, Newspapers, Top Stories

2017 Senior Edition

Image Print Edition May 19, 2017

Image Print Edition May 19, 2017

May 19, 2017
Filed under As Seen In The Image, Newspapers, Top Stories

To read the May issue of the Image, click here: May 19, 2017 Print Edition

For the love of the game

For the love of the game

Jack Weaver and Kyran Ballard
May 18, 2017
Filed under Sports, Spring Sports, Top Stories, Video, Video

Ever since he was young, Wade Stauss, senior, has been playing baseball, the sport he has come to love. This season, Stauss led the team in hits, RBIs, and home runs. As catcher, Stauss led the team to victory, ending with a record of 14-3. Next year, Stauss is planning on continuing his love for base...

Boys tennis heads to Districts

Boys tennis heads to Districts

Arpan Das, Sports Reporter
May 11, 2017
Filed under Sports, Spring Sports, Team Coverage, Top Stories

This season has been a season of growth for boys tennis. The team is led by first seed Franco Noseda Olivari, second seed Carson Krone, third seed Drew Davis and fourth seed Vladimir Trifunovic. They currently have a record of 11-6 in spite of their rough start. Krone said, "We had a rough start,...

Final exemption forms due May 16

Final exemption forms due May 16

Shwetha Sundarrajan, Reporter
May 11, 2017
Filed under News, School News, Top Stories

It's the end of the 2016-17 school year and with final exams close at hand, underclassmen can choose to exempt one final in which they have a 90 percent or higher in the class. If eligible, then the students can pick up a form from their designated grade level office. The forms need to be turned in...

Power outage delays Advanced Placement testing

Power outage delays Advanced Placement testing

Jack Deubner, Opinions Editor
May 10, 2017
Filed under News, School News, Top Stories

During the Advanced Placement (AP) Language & Composition exam, students were struck with surprise as the Wildwood Hotel lost all of its power, leaving students in the dark. "The power went out, but I kept writing because I didn't know what to do. After a while they told us to put down our pencils,...