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Evelia Barrera–making our school home

Making our school home What makes a school? Is it the building or the students? Is it about the teachers? The answers to these questions are definitely “yes.” But a school is not only those things. What about the unheralded, underhyped people who make a big, if quietly essential, impact …

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US

US Preview from Redhawksonline on Vimeo. US: A Minnehaha Academy Players Original Play The Minnehaha Academy Players’ production ‘US’ captures the issues and emotions of our current lives as told by a group of everyday people trapped in an airport. US will be performed at The Guthrie’s Dowling theatre November …

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T Time #1:

T Time Episode 1: Mr. Robbins, Mr. Larson, Kayla Williams Watercolor painting and a chat with Téa McLawhorn, new Economy teacher Mr. Robbins, Mr. Larson, and Kayla Williams T Time Episode 1 from Redhawksonline on Vimeo.

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Freshmen explore different interests

How different extracurriculars change high school experiences In the midst of the chaos that is a morning at the freshmen lockers, freshman Evelyn Ramgren is hanging out with a group of friends. Upstairs, outside the chapel, junior Tea McLawhorn is sitting with her friends below the art wall that is …

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Gardening as therapy

Green-thumbed individuals are seeing the effects of “horticulture therapy,” whether they see it as therapy or not When the sun has climbed above the horizon, a small girl and her grandmother slide through the doors of a farmhouse, maneuvering across the hill to a small path of earth. The child instantly …

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Three decades of kindness

The noise in the freshman hallway is constant, a steady rhythm of thumping feet and chattering voices. As students make their way past the prayer chapel and a row of lockers, they turn into a classroom on their right. The second the door is opened, Earth, Wind & Fire’s “September” …

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Deity Sullivan: Writing

“The Peddles that Remain” – Deity Sullivan After all the flower are picked up And only peddles remain, Small tears of the feeble children cover the desolate place Like morning dew. Furious she was, to her father he went “Father, why must you cast us into sorrow? What makes me …

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