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Kalyn Huggins, 7th grade, uses Membean as part of her middle school criteria. Huggins started using Membean before Henry County Schools were out for the year, but continues to utilize it during at-home learning.

Membean Amplifies Learning

Jackson Weems, Staff Writer
April 23, 2020
(not to scale) According to abc15.com, this is a rough comparison of the damaging bushfires raging through Australia in comparison to the United States.

Fighting Flames One Dollar At A Time

Kortney Huggins, J1 Mentor and Student Life Editor
January 24, 2020

The Pageturner:*Spoilers* “Little Women” Exhibit Big Hearts

Kortney Huggins, J1 Mentor and Student Life Editor
January 14, 2020
Music provides not only entertainment for listeners, but also a break from everyday life.

Ola Compares Music Type Choices

Kortney Huggins, J1 Mentor and Student Life Editor
December 20, 2019
Stephanie Land reveals the many difficulties of her life in her memoir. Land had to defy the odds against her to be where she is now, and she did it all for her daughter.

The Pageturner: Land Testifies for Hard Work

Kortney Huggins, J1 Mentor and Student Life Editor
December 16, 2019
Following the conclusion of the book, author Adam SIlvera presented his original notes for the idea of the book. It included a different name for one of the main characters yet the idea for the end of the book remained the same.

The Pageturner: *Spoiler Alert* “They Both Die at the End”

Kortney Huggins, J1 Mentor and Student Life Editor
December 2, 2019
Kaylee Moss, junior, pulls weeds from an older fern in order to preserve its color. The fern was grown indoors to promote full growth.

FFA Plants Seed for Future Success

Kortney Huggins, J1 Mentor and Student Life Editor
November 21, 2019
Payton DiSario, junior, poses with her

Ola Reminiscences on Successful Homecoming Week

Kortney Huggins, J1 Mentor and Student Life Editor
October 31, 2019
At the end of the novel, King included one of his first ever writing pieces and the revisions his editor the the time told him to make. “I’m convinced that fear is at the root of most bad writing,” King said. In the book, King wrote that in order to have better work, you have to practice and learn from your mistakes.

The Pageturner: Stephen King Delivers Knowledge “On Writing”

Kortney Huggins, J1 Mentor and Student Life Editor
October 11, 2019
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