School Lunch Switch Up

By Ethan Meeker. The “My Hot Lunch” program is a brand new system that was implemented for the school year of 2018-2019. Benefits did come from this, but there were downsides to it.                                                                                                                                                                    One of the benefits of the program is that parents now know what their kid is eating. In the old system, the …

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Oh It’s Great to be a Senior!

By Rhett Nyman. We know that the seniors are at the top of the school and are given special privileges. These privileges include getting our schedules first, no citizenship, ability to walk off campus during lunch, and  senior barbecues. The senior barbecue was a tradition started last year where the seniors hold a special lunch …

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Behind the Scenes: Video Announcements

By Trent Moore. “Hello Heritage Faculty and Scholars!” This common phrase kicks off each video announcement made by McKay, Brigham, Savannah, and everyone else on the 2019 Student Council. While it may seem like it is just McKay and I running the show, it takes a whole crew and up to 3 hours to make …

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The 2019 Regional Choir

By Brigham Olsen. On January 26th of this year, two dozen choir students traveled to Desert Vista High School to compete against hundreds of other students for a coveted spot in the North Central regional choir. For each voice section (soprano, alto, tenor, and bass), only 25 could be accepted. The pressure was on for …

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The Often Neglected Class

By Jarett Hansen. Citizenship. We all know why it is there: to teach us more about the founding fathers and the foundations of this nation so we can be the uprising generation which keeps the nation grounded in its past. However, we sometimes don’t pay attention to the citizenship lessons and see them as simply …

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