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Puzzle pieces hang in the transition room promoting Autism awareness.

Community members educate on what to focus on for Autism Awareness Month

Kristen Smith, Staff Writer April 15, 2021

The month of April is Autism Awareness Month. The month is dedicated to bringing awareness to the developmental disorder that affects one in fifty-four children in the United States.  According to...

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19 signs you are stressed

Teagan Knutson, Staff Writer March 19, 2021

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Students work on school work as the third quarter comes to an end.

Students overwhelmed with stress as third quarter ends

Morgan Johns, Staff Writer March 19, 2021

For many, the third quarter has left students feeling overwhelmed and stressed because of the workload of school. Syntero counselor Shannon Miller said that she has seen around 20 students who have been...

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Instead of meeting one-on-one with counselors this year, students requested courses in an electronic method.  Students can monitor and track their graduation progress in PowerSchool.

Counselors and students share struggles of online scheduling

Harley Barnhart, Staff Writer March 18, 2021

Over the past few weeks students and counselors have been working to complete online scheduling for the next school year while following the guidelines of the pandemic. In previous years, counselors have...

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Students participate in a panel discussion on switching to full in-person learning. The panel discussion was hosted on February 28 before the board decision on March 2.

Students impact school board decision to stay hybrid

Brynn McGrail, Managing Editor March 15, 2021

On Tuesday, March 2 the Delaware City Schools Board of Education met to discuss the proposed idea to switch to a five-day, full in-person learning structure for the remainder of the school year. The majority...

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Junior Owen Morris standing next to the Delaware AFJROTC flag

Hayes drill team holds first in-person meet

Kamryn Drake, Staff Writer March 10, 2021

On February 13, Hayes hosted the first in-person drill meet of the year.  The Hayes JROTC drill team, the Delaware Phantoms, ended the meet winning third place in varsity unarmed inspection, third place...

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Picture of bright phone screen in dark room

Revenge bedtime procrastination: is it to blame for students’ poor sleep?

Amanda Stevens, Staff Writer March 10, 2021

In recent years, “revenge bedtime procrastination” has emerged as a newly coined term to explain a phenomenon where people stay up late as a result of not having control over their daytime schedule....

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Georgia leaping

Hayes gymnastics team finishes season

Sophie Hance, Editor in chief March 6, 2021

On February 24,  The Hayes gymnastics team finished their season. Their last meet was the District competition in which 38 other schools competed.

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Questions arise about plans for prom

Questions arise about plans for prom

Harley Barnhart, Staff Writer February 24, 2021

Prom is an event that many students look forward to, but due to Covid-19 the reality of this event may be affected. Since the pandemic has caused multiple events to be cancelled or rescheduled, including...

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