• January 30Prom Fashion show rescheduled to Feb. 3

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  • January 4It's always a great day to be an Oracle!


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  • Ask Emma Wise about her gerbil farm.
  • Ask Graeme Supple about being a cannibal for population control.
  • Ask Sarah Rohrer, Tanner Pearson, Cole Pearson, and Emily Hudson about “after hours.”
  • Ask Mr. Gilbert how to date in the ‘50s.
  • Ask Ms. Doyle who asked her to prom.
  • Ask Mr. M what happens in his OT.
  • Ask Ms. Doyle what national holiday is on April 7.
  • Ask Emma Wise who wrote Romeo and Juliet.
  • Ask Emilee Gear how to use the printer.
  • Ask Ariel Wolfe about getting to go first.


  • Ask Xander about sand in a cup.
  • Ask the demigod of wind and sea, hero of men, if he thinks he looks like Dalton Briles.
  • Ask Erika Ross if she washed her hair.
  • Ask Ariel Wolfe if she wants to be in the room where it happens.  
  • Ask Mr.  Gilbert to show you which states have open or closed primaries.  
  • Ask Marcus Austin how much he’s paying for the Snapchat sticker.
  • Ask Seth Waters what the weather’s like outside.
  • Ask Olivia Livingston to show you a meme.
  • Ask Aaron Webb what he eats for breakfast.
  • Ask Olivia Livingston how to open the press at Mitchell’s.
  • Ask Benny Griffey about Blake Dunbar.
  • Ask Allison Fehrholz what class she has first period.
  • Ask Daniel Jakes about a New York-styled hot dog.
  • Ask Jacob Clouser about cliff diving in Jamaica.
  • Ask Blake Carroll how much sunscreen he has to wear.
  • Ask Daniel Jakes about Seth Water’s morning habit.
  • Ask Cole Rickels how he is related to Dumbo.
  • Ask Kain Myer about the twinkies.
  • Ask Emilee Gear to catch.
  • Ask Seth Waters about the weird man asking him to eat oysters.
  • Ask Blake Carroll about his capri baseball pants.
  • Ask Emilee Gear about printing
  • Ask Tyler Garrison about the pterodactyl in the English wing.
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