Are Crete’s AP Classes Helping Students?

Aztryd Lima, Writer

May 2, 2017

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Over time, high schools all over the country have offered students classes that help with preparation for college as well as early college credit. Crete High School has a wide variety of advanced placement classes available for...

New Electives Arrive To School

Guadalupe Ortiz, Reporter

April 10, 2017

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New Electives Arrive To School By Guadalupe Ortiz The students asked, the school delivered...in some areas. For the past few years, students have been asking for more electives, and finally the school has provided a few m...

Student-led classrooms, good or bad?

Isabella Reed, Writer

April 7, 2017

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When going to class you are used to the fact that your teacher tells you what you will be doing that day and you do it. What if you could go to class and learn the way you wanted to learn? Students input in the school is valued ...

The First 100

Isabella Reed, Writer

March 3, 2017

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Donald trump's win on November eighth 2016 came in as a big shock to much of america. Now that he is inaugurated, it’s time for everyone to keep up on his first 100 days. In a president's first 100 days they are supposed to t...

Think. Decide. Adopt.

Isabel Menagh

March 1, 2017

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Since, February is adopt a pet month there are somethings you need to know about adopting a pet. Adopting a pet is a selfless act thousands and thousands of animal lovers commit each and every year. Caring for an animal can be a rewarding experience, and adopting a pet from a local shelter often makes the bond ...

Valentines Day is for Everyone!

Isabel Menagh

March 1, 2017

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February 14 is considered as a national holiday. Valentine’s Day has especially come to become a day made for people in love. Even in the media, Valentine’s Day is portrayed as a day meant for people who are in a relationship, ...

New Year, Not so New Me

Lexy Bodfield, Editor

February 10, 2017

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The coming of a new year brings so much excitement and ambition to everyone’s lives. New Year’s resolutions are a long lasting tradition practiced in almost every country around the world. Sadly though, only about 42% of resolutions...

United or Divided?

Aztryd Lima, Writer

December 2, 2016

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  Fear, anger, happiness, and love are just a few of the feeling Americans felt this week after hearing who their 45th president will be. Late Tuesday night on November 8th the United States President was announced to be D...

Who Do We Respect?

Aztryd Lima, Writer

November 6, 2016

Filed under Editorials, Showcase

Over time, the amount of students disrespecting their teachers has increased tremendously.  What has changed that has caused students to disrespect the ones that spend time helping them? Everyone has a different opinion as to...

Apple vs. Pumpkin

Lexy Bodfield

October 5, 2016

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Fall has officially begun and that means one thing: bring on the pumpkin and apple flavored everything. For the most part, I’m a big fan of this. Pumpkin candles are amazing, and everyone knows apple pie is the world’s grea...

What Does Crete Need?

Rocio Lopez, Writer

April 19, 2016

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Friday nights are inevitably looked forward to. Nights where students are able to enjoy their social life without stressing over school work the next day...but where do they end up going? For the majority of Crete’s student...

Solving Community Issues

Yesenia Cabrera, Writer

April 13, 2016

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Living in a small town like Crete has its pros and its cons. One pro in every small town is that it is a more tight knit community, so everyone helps each other out. But one major problem that stands out from the rest is the...

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