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A new year begins for Robotics Club

Jeremy Kaoga, Reporter

November 15, 2017

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The BioMech Falcons, the school’s robotics team, are getting ready for the new build season that is set to start Jan. 1. January also marks the international kickoff which involves 4,000 teams across the United States of America. The...

Lauren Hannon receives award

Abbey Roschak, Reporter

November 15, 2017

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Lauren Hannon, English teacher, received the Educator of Excellence award from the Olathe Public Schools Foundation (OPSF) at the end of October, including a $500 unrestricted grant. She received the award while in her classroom. This...

DECA Team Competes in Meetings Around Kansas

Alex Burbidge, Reporter

November 14, 2017

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Over the past few weeks, the DECA team has taken home 23 top three finishes over two competitions. Many students are wanting to pursue business careers, whether it be in finances, marketing, engineering, or other fields. To...

Changes to PCA take place while program wraps up

Tristan Allen, Reporter

November 13, 2017

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This year, the Professional Career Academy (PCA) has undergone several changes as this 21st Century program wraps up. The BIOengineering and Business Finance 21st Century programs are two new programs introduced to the school...

New advisory intended to provide support

Kali Ray, Reporter

October 25, 2017

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A new district-wide initiative, called advisory, has been a hot topic among students. Many wonder why the school has implemented the program now, or why it’s necessary. Advisory, also referred to as homeroom in some schools,...

Students help with Ally Week

Hannah Holliday, Reporter

October 25, 2017

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For Students Achieving Social Harmony/Gay Straight Alliance club members, Oct. 8-14 was a very busy week. It was proclaimed as Ally Week, a week for the community to join together in support of LGBTQ students at the school. On...

10% charity’s unique goal draws attention

Sion Worley, Reporter

October 25, 2017

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If only 10 percent of Olathe’s population were to donate a simple one dollar each to a charity, the total would reach $13,547. Kali Ray, senior, wants to do just that. Her cause, the “10 Percent Charity,” is aimed at...

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