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Tour de Towanda: French foreign exchange student shares her experience.

Tour de Towanda: French foreign exchange student shares her experience.

Savanah Secrest

October 4, 2016


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Marine is a senior in high school and traveled here from a town in western France called Rennes. “I wanted to go to a different country to learn about their culture and how people in other countries are”. Marine Tasquire, 12, says. If you wanted to be a foreign exchange student you wouldn’t...

3 student journalists place at KSPA State competition

May 8, 2016


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Congratulations to the following jouranlism #CircleVision magazine studens who earned Kansas Scholastic Press Association STATE placings Saturday, May 7. These students topped some seriously tough competition from 3A/4A well-known programs in Kansas. Hayley Koontz-1st Place Feature...

School club promotes safety first, fun second

Jonam Gibbs, News Editor

April 7, 2016


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Circle’s first ever clay target shooting club starts this month, as a result of the combined efforts by several parents and the approval of the school board. Clay target shooting is not a Kansas State High School Athletic Association (KSHSAA) sanctioned event, therefore it is not a school sponsored...

Circle High School earns Jostens national yearbook design recognition

March 22, 2016


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Circle High School Earns Jostens National Yearbook Design Recognition True Blue yearbook featured in 2015 Jostens Look Book   (TOWANDA) – March 21, 2016 – Circle High School’s yearbook, True Blue, has been recognized for excellence and featured in the 2016 Jostens Look Book, celebratin...

Presidency in the hands of the Electoral College

Presidency in the hands of the Electoral College

Jonam Gibbs, News Editor

March 3, 2016


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This country’s electorate goes to the voting booth to select a new leader in November. The electorate are defined as those eligible to vote in this country, and includes any United States citizen who is 18-years-old and above. Two hundred and twenty million people in the U.S. meet that criteria, according...

Hoverboard: top selling gift despite safety issue

Jonam Gibbs, News Editor

February 4, 2016


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The self-balancing scooter, more commonly known as the “hoverboard,” was the top selling gadget of the 2015 holiday season according to “People” magazine. New York banned the use of hoverboards in public on the basis that the scooters are considered motor vehicles that cannot be registered...

School safety becomes relevant concern

School safety becomes relevant concern

Jonam Gibbs, News Editor

January 12, 2016


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According to an article in “The Dallas Morning News,” posted on December 5, there were 353 mass shootings in the U.S this year. The article defines a mass shooting as, “an event or a series of related events where four or more people are shot, likely without a cooling off period.” In light of...

New courtyard to offer outdoor learning area

Jillian Foes, 21st Century Jouranlism class

December 6, 2015


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Students can expect a new courtyard, including a concrete seat wall and an amphitheater, by August 2016. Use of the outside courtyard has been one of the biggest questions. How will it be used? Why do students need a courtyard?  Is the courtyard necessary? Project Superintendent Lucas Lackey s...

SADD to host wintertime formal

Baily Borjas, 21st Century Jouranlism class

December 6, 2015


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Students Against Destructive Decisions will host the formal dance Snoball, a winter themed dance, at The Point in Augusta on Saturday December 19 at 8:00 PM. Expenses for the night are quite high. Getting everything ready is a timely thing before that Saturday night and the dance requires conside...

T-Birds wait for new library will soon be over

Savannah Smith, 21st Century Journalism class

December 6, 2015


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The library transition into the new building will end in 10 months for students and teachers starting August 2016. After the second move into the new second temporary library, librarian Cindy Pfeiffer said that there were an abundance of books that were left behind in the move because of the massive stor...

Angel Tree event gives gifts to local kids

David Bibler, 21st Century Journalism class

December 6, 2015


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  The Angel Tree event is going on to help underprivileged children for Christmas. Family Career Community Leaders of America members will put it together and anyone can buy presents to help by December 15. The Angel Tree is an event that helps kids have presents under their tree on Christmas m...

Shoppers pumped for new Park City outlet mall

Londyn Bardin, 21st Century Journalism class

December 6, 2015


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Crossland Construction is building a new strip mall in Park City for more shopping options and it will be finished within the next few years. Eighty to 100 retailers will be in eight separate buildings, the mall will be set up in a “race track design”, which is a circular design. The plan...

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