Ms. Gina Chianese Passes Cooking Skills to Students

Ms. Gina Chianese Passes Cooking Skills to Students

Doris Larroy , Staff Writer
October 27, 2014 • 169 views
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Students open the supply cabinets and gather their materials. They set out all the ingredients on the counter and wait for instruction so they can begin to make their masterpieces. Ms. Gina Chianese shows them what to do and they begin their process of making their creations. Ms. Chianese works as a... Read more »

Jayme Schroeder Loves Her Special Job

Jayme Schroeder Loves Her Special Job

Rebecca Goodman, Staff Writer
October 23, 2014 • 127 views
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With shopping lists distributed, the students run off into the grocery store excited about what they might find. The Special Education department goes on field trips during the school year, like going to the grocery store or getting state IDs. Jayme Schroeder works as one of the Functional Academic... Read more »

Graham Knapp

Graham Knapp

Michelle McDaniel, Personality Editor
October 15, 2014 • 483 views
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Sophomore Graham Knapp walks off the plane after an hour long flight to London, England. Immediately stepping off the plane, he hears a language not heard in awhile after living in Germany for the past few months: English. He could now add one more city to his list of places traveled. For eight months,... Read more »

Meghan Qualls

Meghan Qualls

Anna Jordan, Staff Writer
October 13, 2014 • 293 views
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​Monday. 5 a.m. Pitch black outside: The beginning of a long day. She drags herself out of bed and scrambles to find the lamp switch to turn on the light. As the morning sky starts to fade into a lighter shade of dark blue, senior Meghan Qualls throws on her sweatshirt and heads downstairs. “I... Read more »

Joel Shungu

Joel Shungu

Kyle Manning, Staff Writer
October 10, 2014 • 160 views
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Sprinting up the field, junior Joel Shungu handles the soccer ball with ease, just as he has his whole life. Scanning the opposing team, Shungu looks for an opening, anything to put the black and white object in the back of the net and propel his team to a win. Shungu lived his entire life in Paris... Read more »

Mr. Ritz

Mr. Ritz

Hannah Pikey, Staff Writer
October 6, 2014 • 256 views
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Mr. Howard Ritz, speech teacher, suddenly jumps onto a desk to ask the students if they trust him. Without waiting for an answer, Mr. Ritz jumps from his current desk to a second, sticking his landing. Mr. Ritz teaches all sorts of exercises to move students from their comfort zones and help them excel... Read more »

Fortner Joins Legacy’s Staff

Fortner Joins Legacy’s Staff

Heather Hines, Staff Writer
October 5, 2014 • 59 views
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“So I’ve got to hold it for ten seconds,” Mr. Cousins said. “Pop the cap and owwwww!” Mr. Cousins pretended to yowl in pain as he lowered the trainer Epinephrine Pen to his thigh. BSN Beth Fortner smiled, and confirmed that Mr. Cousins had indeed used the EpiPen correctly. “That’s it!”... Read more »

Art 1 Teacher Mrs. Dietrich Returns to Legacy

Art 1 Teacher Mrs. Dietrich Returns to Legacy

Haley Yelle and Michelle McDaniel
September 26, 2014 • 124 views
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As the 8:15 bell rings, Pamela Dietrich begins the day she’s been waiting for. Her first art class acts quiet compared to the middle school students she taught the year before, but she once again teaches with a familiar staff. Ms. Dietrich started drawing when she was eight years old and took art... Read more »

Anthony Peterson

Anthony Peterson

Kyle Manning, Staff Writer
September 18, 2014 • 157 views
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Moving his fingers in a fluid manner across the black and white keys, sophomore Anthony Peterson creates a melody. Anthony’s piano skills are apparent even to the people with little to no knowledge of musical talents. “It’s my favorite pastime,” Peterson said. “I can put my thoughts into... Read more »

Coach Keel

Coach Keel

Heather Hines, Staff Writer
September 16, 2014 • 382 views
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Football coach Michael Keel sits at his desk during the school day, not dreaming about football but about the masterpiece he wants to cook that evening. From brisket to jambalaya, Coach Keel enjoys making all kinds of food. “I don’t like to bake because baking is very step by step. You can’t... Read more »