Find out more about how BRFHS eases the transition for freshmen. The legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s message is explored, and we find out a little more about this spring’s musical.
Four freshmen win senior privilege for a quiz bowl win, Mr. Cassidy and SMV build a new fuel efficient vehicle, and Sydney visits with the lunch ladies.
Becoming a certified EMT at 17 is something no one has ever accomplished in Wisconsin. However, senior Audra Schjeldahl is currently in the process of accomplishing that feat, and according to certified EMT Amy Appel, what Audra’s doing requires a lot of drive and dedication.“She’s a go-getter. She doesn’t give up, she doesn’t whine. You know, any of those things […]
While some haven’t given a thought to New Year’s resolutions, others have everything planned out. “This year, my resolution was to not watch as much TV because it affected my time with spending time with family and my homework,” said sophomore Cheyenne Iverson.Watching too many MTV shows like Parental Control and Tough Love, Iverson has lost her time for family, homework […]
Every year at the high school, FCCLA students and staff help out to organize a blood drive for those who are at loss without a donation. “We’ve held a blood drive here for eight years plus. We start a year in advance to give Red Cross time to get ready to come to our school,” said Tina Gilbertson. Many students […]
Audra’s set on becoming the first 17-year-old EMT in the state, Dave Meyer talks about his specialty–BRFHS sports history, Sam finds out about fantasy football and Kristin talks to foreign exchange student Andreas. Oh, and there’s a pretty sweet holiday surprise at the end.
We find out why Project Christmas is a popular volunteering opportunity, plus see a review of Madrigal Dinner. If you’re wondering how to connect to the public wi-fi, we’ve got a quick tutorial on that. Plus, a team talks to a stand-out wrestler.
Taylor Swift is an American country singer and song-writer. Her songs and albums are famous all around the world, winning fans of all ages. Her newest work, and the third in her career, named Speak Now (2010), is one of the best sellers in 2011.Songs like “Mine,” “Back to December,” “Mean,” “The Story of Us” and 11 more songs won […]
The attacks so many heap upon public education and teachers is sickening for me to see. As a student at BRFHS, I see teachers put in countless hours to make sure I get a good education. So first, I’d like to humor everyone with some public education statistics in the United States: In 1635, the Boston Latin School was founded […]
20 pages of AP US History notes, a 500-word article, a journal and a 10-line autobiography poem. It’s all due tomorrow and I work from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m.I’ve been there, done that.I don’t have time to do half the homework, so I do it all half-heartedly. I stay up late doing my homework and then rush to do […]