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Despite early struggles in her own education, Krista McKim went on to become a teacher always advocating for her students.

RHS English Teacher Overcomes Dyslexia on Unlikely Path to Classroom

Ahmad Haleem, Opinion Editor June 4, 2021

Ms. Krista McKim never thought she would be a teacher, after all, she grew up struggling with dyslexia. Now, McKim teaches AP English Language and Composition, advises the yearbook, and supports students...

The Rampage staff reviewed several options for outdoor dining in the Rockville area. Students continue to look for safe options to enjoy a meal as summer approaches.

Review: Top Restaurants for Outdoor Dining in the Rockville Area

With COVID-19 still influencing everyone’s lives as the summer approaches, The Rampage searched for some of the best restaurants in the Rockville area where patrons can eat outdoors, staying safe amid...

Montgomery County Restaurants Reopen for In-person Dining

Montgomery County Restaurants Reopen for In-person Dining

Catherine Corbin April 6, 2021

While restaurants in Montgomery County had been closed for in-person dining during much of the pandemic, Governor Larry Hogan recently reopened restaurants to 25 percent capacity, so customers can dine...

A Local Guide to Shopping Small This Valentines Day

A Local Guide to Shopping Small This Valentine’s Day

Isabella Amador, Contributing Writer February 12, 2021

For nearly a year, Instagram and Facebook feeds have been swamped with earnest messages about local small businesses shutting their doors for good.  Prior to the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Maryland...

Trump Postmortem: Should a President Be Able to Self-Pardon?

Trump Postmortem: Should a President Be Able to Self-Pardon?

Gabriel Santiago February 10, 2021

Typical of a reality TV star, former President Donald Trump kept Americans on the edge of their seats until the eleventh hour as they waited to hear if he would issue a self-pardon following his role in...

Delegate Julie Palakovich Carr has been representing Marylands 17th legislative district since 2019

Del. Palakovich Carr: Fighting for Rockville amidst the Pandemic

Ethan Santiago February 5, 2021

The Maryland General Assembly convened for the start of its 442 session in Annapolis, Md. Jan. 13. The previous legislative session was adjourned Mar. 16 of last year, abruptly cut three weeks short by...

Student participates in exercises during an online Physical Education class. This year, Physical Education, Music, Art, and other electives teachers have faced unique struggles as they teach remotely.

The Art of Electives Online

Casey Majewski February 2, 2021

The switch to online learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic has affected education systems on a global scale, especially in the United States. Naturally, some classes are harder to teach online since they...

Online Learning Negatively Impacts Students Mental Health and Well Being

Online Learning Negatively Impacts Students Mental Health and Well Being

Olivia Turner, Editor-in-Chief January 15, 2021

With the switch from in-person to online learning, MCPS students have shifted to a new style of teaching and daily routine. While virtual instruction ensures that students and staff are safe from COVID-19,...

Butler’s Orchard holds Family Friendly Holiday Festivities

Butler’s Orchard holds Family Friendly Holiday Festivities

Catherine Corbin January 8, 2021

An annual event for many local families, pumpkin picking at the Butler's Orchard Fall Festival is an opportunity to celebrate the fall and winter seasons without spending too much money. Located about...

RHS Student Miranda Verity (Junior) practicing social distance learning from her home after Montgomery County schools went online.

RHS Students Practice Socially Distant, Virtual Learning

Jillian Verity , Online Editor October 30, 2020

The Montgomery County Board of Education (BOE) announced in July that the first semester of the 2020-2021 school year would be held online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Similar to the end of the 2019-2020...

From Classrooms to Computers: The Metamorphosis of Online Teaching

From Classrooms to Computers: The Metamorphosis of Online Teaching

Casey Majewski, Staff Writer October 23, 2020

Throughout the inconsistent process of online learning, teachers and students alike have had to adjust to the new circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. While some teachers were fully prepared...

The 2020-21 SMOB election process is underway and the official voting will take place virtually May 20.

Meet the 2020-21 SMOB Candidates: Vicky Kidder, Nick Asante

Jillian Verity , Multimedia Editor April 23, 2020

The final two Student Member of the Board (SMOB) candidates for the 2020-21 school year were announced February 12: juniors Nick Asante from Richard Montgomery High School (HS) and Vicky Kidder from Magruder...

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