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Rig’s Kicks the competition

by Nolan White, Staff Writer
March 29, 2021
SURVEY SAYS: Roncalli Students were sent a google form to complete revealing what their favorite Christmas movie is. The following results were compiled around the last week of school before break 2020.

The festivities have begun

by Connor Mahoney, Co-Editor
December 18, 2020
PLANTY PROJECT: Pictured above is Earth Club’s on-campus garden and its tenders. This work provides for the community and encourages green living.

Bringing back the bins

by Kylie Perkins, Staff Writer
November 23, 2020
UNIQUE OPPORTUNITIES: Roncalli student Carter Chapman creating a birdhouse for service hours. The bird houses are then going to be painted and placed in a park.

Helping beyond the classroom

by Grace Vavra, Co-Editor
November 20, 2020

On the field and in the classroom

by Ben Bailey, Staff Writer
October 26, 2020
HOLY MOLE, BATMAN: This pictured mole project is a play on the household arts and crafts brand of CrayolaTM. The moles themselves are the numerous “crayons” inside the box.

Chemical commemorations

by Ronan Euzen, Staff Writer
October 26, 2020
CEREAL SADNESS: Sophomore Ronan Euzen is overcome by utter depression as he prepares to eat cereal for the millionth time. Fortunately for him, quarantine presents him with the time to undertake the task of learning how to cook.

Pandemic pastimes

by Jean-Luc Euzen, Staff Writer
June 3, 2020
Whoops!: From Left to Right: Ed Carmichael (Levi Ralson), Paul Sycamore (Brian Bobko), Boris Kolenkhov (Chris Figueroa), Anthony Kirby, Sr. (Xavier Wilson), Mrs. Kirby (Abby Conway), Alice Sycamore (Sophie Louthain), Anthony (Tony) Kirby, Jr. (Zachary Mayer), and Grandpa Martin Vanderhof (Trey Koch). The two families are discussing what they are doing for dinner, as the Kirby’s have arrived a day early.

A Spring Sensation

by Jack Stonecipher, Staff Writer
April 9, 2020
PROACTIVE APPROACH: This graphic includes strategies students can use to help prepare for final exams. This information was collected from the Roncalli daily planner.

Finals are coming…

by Jack Stonecipher, Staff Writer
December 16, 2019

Astronomical aeronautics

by Ronan Euzen, Staff Writer
December 13, 2019
SMILE FOR SERVICE: Roncalli’s own physics teacher, Mr. Ben Grimes, and technical theatre teacher, Mr. Phillip Anderson, smile big for their country.

Department of Veterans Affairs education benefits earned by active members. It was created to provide a service to eligible veterans to cover the costs of their education and training.

Another way his time in the Army benefitted him was with important lessons that would be brought back home with him.

For the blue, white, and red

by Mason Beer, Staff Writer
December 13, 2019
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