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Junior Evalei Brooks practicing her lesson in front of the Ed Professions class.

Education Professions cadet teaching

Ella Hudson, Staff writer May 3, 2023

This year the school offered an amazing class in which students could go and teach in other classrooms. This class is called Education Professions I. These students have been in different classrooms for...

Snoracles 4/28

April 28, 2023

Ask Abby Mears what president was addicted to jelly beans.  Ask Tylene McKenzie  about dominating in French Jeopardy.  Ask Annika Stevens how to get to Adam’s house.  Ask Jamison Armstrong...

Guess Who?: Student Car Edition

Cade Nelson, Photographer April 28, 2023

Snoracles 4/21

April 21, 2023

Ask Skyler Wilkerson about Wednesdays. Ask Mr. Gilbert about the 12 point shot. Ask Carson Workinger about what he’s the president of. Ask Hunter Tate how you get Shingles. Ask Ashlynn Martin...


April 14, 2023

Ask Mia Wilson about the dog pee.   Ask Asher Wilson about Stacey.  Ask Abby Mears if you need a license to drive a golf cart.  Ask Ryn Zimpfer about her main target in practice and her AP...

DCHS Most Embarrassing Photos

Cade Nelson, Photographer April 7, 2023



April 7, 2023

Ask Avery Bartholomew about Duolingo.  Ask Caleb Arthur about chess. Ask Dakota Titus about the pronunciation of wool.  Ask Ashlynn Martin about why Iceland is fake.  Ask Emily Mears about...

Photo Dump!

Cade Nelson, Photographer March 17, 2023

Snoracles 3/17

March 17, 2023

Ask Lannon Pickering about a board stretcher.   Ask Levi Studebaker about the eggs. Ask the poultry about the random number.  Ask APUSH about their favorite color. Ask Carlos Alfaro what...

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