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Bilingualism Brings Big Benefits

Bilingualism Brings Big Benefits

Julia Cacciavillani

January 14, 2019

你可以获得这个奖项 이 상을받을 수 있습니다. Vous pouvez obtenir ce prix Você pode obter este prêmio Sie können diese Auszeichnung erhalten Вы можете получить эту награду आपको यह पुरस्कार मिल सकता ...

Crime Comes to Grandview

Crime Comes to Grandview

Paige Montgomery

January 14, 2019

This year’s school wide read was The 57 Bus by Dashka Slater. “Every year, starting last year, we pick out a book that is supposed to be targeted towards high school aged students that wouldn't commonly be taught in an English class,” said librarian and teacher Holly Hogarth, “It is ...

Hero for the Homeless

Hero for the Homeless

Joseph Loya-Ontiveros

January 14, 2019

On December 16, 2018, in downtown Denver, Senior David Velasque and his mom decided to make an organized drive for the homeless. The organized drive, of course, took some time before everything was arranged. “It took a week at most cause you know it is my first time doing it - ...

Unified: It’s Who We Are

Unified: It’s Who We Are

December 19, 2018

By Jori O’Grady Twelve years ago, ILC students performed their first music therapy concert in the small compact atrium. They performed to an audience no bigger than 50 people. Now ILC students take the stage, and perform to a cheering full house of students and staff. Held twice a year, the sc...

Grandview Trainer Still Needs Help

Grandview Trainer Still Needs Help

December 17, 2018

By: Ava Bonavia and Kenzie Wagner “Out of Grandview’s 2,780 students, about one half participate in school sports, and for all of these athletes, we only have one athletic trainer, Mr. Learned,”Aidan O’Keefe wrote one year ago, so what has changed? Nothing, yet. Even after the arti...

Before the Noel

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Yaxuan Yu

December 17, 2018

Yearly holiday shopping came to Grandview! On December 1st, everyone had a chance to find a good gift for their family and friends. “The craft fair gives me a idea to help me choose gift for others for the holiday,” said a visitor. The Craft fair was activity sponsored by the Grandvi...

‘YOU SUCK!’

'YOU SUCK!'

Simone Gray and Brisen Wright

December 13, 2018

Despite instructions from the principal, teachers are still parking in the lower student lot causing frustration and tardiness for upperclassmen. On an average day, at least 20 teachers are parking in the student section while there are at least 70 open spots in the upper teacher parking lot. ...

Holiday Fever

Holiday Fever

December 13, 2018

Created by: Julia Cacciavillani  Getting caught up in all of the holiday cheer can be dangerous when you’re in high school! Happy holidays and good luck on your finals. See you next year! ...

Avery Ancell 12/11

Avery Ancell 12/11

December 11, 2018

Information compiled by: Kristina Boyko Avery Ancell is a senior swimming on the girl’s varsity team for four years. What is your favorite part about swimming? Probably just hanging out with my bros and eating breakfast. If you could live in a book which one would you want to live in a...

Final Countdown

Final Countdown

Paige Montgomery

December 11, 2018

The first thing senior Quentin Goodgain said after seeing the new finals schedule was, “Why is it like this?” His question was dosed with serious concern of having to stay an extra period after his finals were over. Have no fear, the new period, called “Review and Prep,” is completely op...

The Cherry Creek Innovation Campus: Real-World Skills Your Math Class Won’t Teach You

The Cherry Creek Innovation Campus: Real-World Skills Your Math Class Won't Teach You

Jori O'Grady

December 11, 2018

“When will we use this in the real world?” Whether it’s synthetically dividing in Algebra II, memorizing a Shakespearean sonnet for English, balancing equations in Chemistry, or contextualizing the emergence of Buddhism in World History, students often lose their inclination to learn when b...

Stanford Gains a Wolf

Stanford Gains a Wolf

Jared Chartrand

December 5, 2018

In December of 2016, Grandview High School’s Fabian Santillan shocked the country by becoming a national champion in the sport of wrestling. After taking down Colton Yapoujian in the Reno Tournament of Champions with a ridiculous cartwheel move, he was well on his way to competing for the crown. ...

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