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18 & Under: Bangin’ Bakery Bakes Bagels

18 & Under: Bangin’ Bakery Bakes Bagels

October 8, 2015


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Affordable, authentic and comfortable, Olney Bagels Bakery offered a pleasant surprise with its welcoming decorum and impressively diverse repertoire of healthy, enjoyable meals. Walking into the conveniently located restaurant off of Georgia Ave., the instantly feels at home with the relaxed yellow...

Parents Who Teach Their Own Children

October 8, 2015


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Among the 1300 students and staff members lurking the halls of RHS are mother-daughter and father-daughter duos, as well as mother and son trios: English teacher Anne Ehlers, math teacher Mark Bradley and social studies teacher Jane Fry and their children all work at or attend RHS. Bradley’s daughter,...

Police Protection Guarantees Safety

Police Protection Guarantees Safety

October 8, 2015


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Student safety is a major concern for any school, and Rockville is no exception. To help the school security team, Police Corporal Rick Halverson works alongside RHS staff to make sure students and staff are safe. Halverson has been working at RHS for three years and can be seen guiding traffic outside,...

French Teacher Trend Does Not Faze Program

French Teacher Trend Does Not Faze Program

October 8, 2015


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The French teacher position at RHS has become reminiscent of the Dark Arts job from the Harry Potter novel series. For the past five years, a new French teacher has taken the position as if it was tradition for French teachers to leave RHS at the end of each school year. A noticeable factor that has...

Extended Eating Time for Students

October 8, 2015


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Beginning the 2015-2016 school year, the RHS lunch policy changed. In past years, students had 38 minutes to eat lunch and the lunch policy restricted eating areas to the first floor around the gym, auditorium and cafeteria. Administration decided to alter lunch policies after surveying other high schools...

Freshmen Struggle with Transition to High School

October 8, 2015


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Being in a new place is hard, especially when you are the youngest and the smallest. Incoming freshmen share the same experience every year; getting lost, confused, trampled, and teased. They have tons of questions that are never answered, including where to go when and how to get there. At RHS, freshmen...

Montgomery County Executive Hispanic Gala Inspires RHS Students

Montgomery County Executive Hispanic Gala Inspires RHS Students

September 11, 2015


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A diverse group of students, dressed in prom dresses and tuxedos attended the Fillmore Silver Spring Sept. 10. However these students were not attending a concert, which the venue is mainly used for, instead, this group of scholars were attending the Montgomery County Executive Hispanic Gala. ...

Local Music Festivals Rock Teen Listeners

June 5, 2015


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With summer quickly approaching, teenagers must decide which fun things to do with their friends. Summer music festivals are a popular way to get outdoors and listen to some superb music. Most students have limited budgets, so picking the right music festival to spend money on is a big decision. Warped...

Warm Weather Meets New Cool Summer Movies

June 5, 2015


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There’s always a satisfying feeling after seeing a good movie, so why not see some great ones coming out this summer? Set to release June 12 is “Jurassic World” the latest movie to be added to the Jurassic Park franchise that began in 1993, 22 years ago. The movie focuses on the new dinosaur theme...

Summer Styles Develop As Weather Heats Up

Summer Styles Develop As Weather Heats Up

June 5, 2015


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Sporting white is always a good choice when the sun is shining. Freshman Asa Hemingway’s khaki shorts also provide ample pocket space for his valuables. The sleeves provide two options: sleeves down, protection from mosquitoes and gnats; sleeves up, feel the cool summer air. Like Hailstock’s...

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