J.K. Rowling- Rolling Through Page

J.K. Rowling- Rolling Through Page

Rebecca Craft, Staff Writer
October 22, 2012
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On Thursday, October 11th, Mr. Rickard and Mr. Anderson’s classes took part in a live stream video featuring renowned author JK Rowling.  At 12pm the live video feed began and the students got to hear from the author herself. Mr. Rickard saw value in this experience for the students. He said, “A...

Red Ribbon Week: October 22nd-26th

Marianna Broome, Co-Editor in Chief
October 19, 2012
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The Counseling Department is sponsoring the Red Ribbon Week in honor of drug and alcohol free schools. Freshman Counselor Ms. Sims said of the week, "It is designed to accomplish the following: create awareness concerning the problems related to the use of tobacco, alcohol and other drugs, and to support...

Page Runners Give Back

Page Runners Give Back

Danielle Dixon, Staff Writer
October 19, 2012
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The Women’s Only 5k race to fund the Mammography Scholarship Fund at the Women's Hospital, which provides screening mammograms for women who are unable to afford them, took place on October 6th. Women of all ages were invited to run this race, including girls seven years and older, and were able to wa...

Lady Pirates Crowned- Homecoming 2012

Lady Pirates Crowned- Homecoming 2012

Will Apple, Student Life Editor
October 16, 2012
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Each year we crown two seniors as Pirate Queen and Homecoming Queen. This year, the ecstatic Kezia Timmons won Pirate Queen and Ashley Rodriguez won Page Homecoming Queen. “I was shocked and so excited when I heard I was Homecoming Queen,” said Ashley when asked about the award. This year, the persons...

Page Volleyball-1, ALS- 0

Page Volleyball-1, ALS- 0

Hamilton Murray, Staff Writer
October 11, 2012
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On September 27th, the Page Volleyball team took on their greatest challenge yet, working together to raise money to fight ALS.  ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord; often it’s referred to as “L...

Face to Face With Mrs. Faison- The Interview

Face to Face With Mrs. Faison- The Interview

Anne Bennett Osteen and Marianna Broome
October 11, 2012
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How did you first become interested in working with young adults and children? I really always wanted to be a teacher.  I first went to school to be an accountant. I didn’t have the passion for that, so I went back to education and I just fell in love.  At that time I was working with elementary ...

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