As part of Clarion's annual tradition, our Clarion seniors have been given the time and space to say goodbye to the newspaper, to RB, to their friends and teachers, to high school. Some of them have worked on our paper for four years, some for a semester,... READ MORE »»
This year Clarion has covered a large range of topics. We've done dances, pranks, grants, and even the smallest of news. Narrowing it down to just a few major headlines was tough but somehow I've managed to pick out some of the best stories... READ MORE »»
Unfortunate though it was, the Homecoming vandalism this year was one of the headline stories of 2013-14.
So, it’s almost graduation. People are counting down the days, and now they can use the fingers on one hand. As the Big Day draws nearer, it gets noticeably harder to focus on classes and homework. Regardless of how long you’ve had senioritis, of... READ MORE »»
How do you stay motivated when your reasons for motivation are gone? Econ blogger Kate Alaks tells us how.
Want to know where the Class of 2014 is headed after graduation? Check here. Don't see your name on the list? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know where you are going and we will add you to our map. Congratulations, Class of 2014!
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SEE Team hosted its annual Environmental Literacy Conference at the Discovery Center of the Brookfield Zoo during school hours May 14. The event featured 21 workshops, led by 69 students, that taught an audience of students, parents, Zoo personnel,... READ MORE »»
SEE Team student Jimmy Skiest leads a discussion on macrobiotic diets as part of the team's instructional conference at the Zoo.
While SEE Team English teacher Dan Mancoff has taught the novel Ishmael annually to his students for several years, this year he had a little extra assistance in reinforcing his lesson.
This year, the novel's author Daniel Quinn conversed with all of Mancoff's English classes via an online... Read More »
The school board discussed use of the district's $8.9 million in grant money and the reconstruction of Shuey Stadium at the April 22 board meeting. Proposed plans for the renovation were shown, including two draft blue prints of the stadium and track and one draft image of a proposed location for new... Read More »
RB considering using live blanks during lockdown drills
Following the soft lockdown alert in February, Assistant Principal John Passarella proposed firing blank shells during a future lockdown to further simulate a more life-like scenario.
“It seems like we may have plateaued with the... Read More »
Every year the Spanish II and Spanish Heritage classes come together to put on a Spanish Market. Each student picks a partner and comes up with a product to sell at the market. Each student is given ten “pesos” to start and has to buy at least two other products. Students get to set their... Read More »