Tag Archives: high school

Administrators to shift responsibilities

Minnehaha announces a leadership change taking effect next year Before coronavirus took the world by storm, Minnehaha announced that it would undergo an administration switch-up that would take effect at the beginning of the 2020-21 school year. As a result, the Lower, Middle and Upper schools will each have principals: …

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Coronavirus: Online School

Online School vs. Traditional School BY LINDSAY IRMITER Staff Writer Online school is a new experience for most students across America, and the world. The coronavirus has taken the world by storm, and has resulted in over 200,000 deaths world wide. Due to the quick spread of the disease all …

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Does it make sense to combine sports with school?

A European perspective on the American combination of athletics and academics In many cultures, sports are kept separate, in clubs. Are there any advantages to having school teams — or is it a distraction? Exchange student Karolina Cizmarova reflects on her experience as a student, an athlete and a fan. …

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Parting advice

Returning students, read this: Seniors on The Talon staff share lessons they’ve learned from four years of high school   Rachel Bartz When it comes to graduating, many of us seniors wish we had been given advice about how to conquer high school in the most effective and entertaining way. …

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Ramirez energizes MA athletics

New athletic director brings energy to Minnehaha based on his experiences in Texas, Iowa and the Middle East “We were in the playoffs my senior year in high school,” Minnehaha athletic director Homar Ramirez recalled. “It was the bottom of the seventh and the bases were loaded. It was two …

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