All posts by Emma Hibdon

Fall Play dirt has been dished

by Emma Hibdon

“I find performing to be very satisfying. It just satisfies my craving for cultural enrichment,” -junior Noah Hinton

There’s no need to gossip anymore about the fall play “Rumors.” Director Lisa Lowman spilled the tea on the play: The two-act comedy about something that happens at an anniversary dinner party and the rumor that follows will run for three days next month, October 12-14. Continue reading Fall Play dirt has been dished

Back to school a daunting task for custodians as well

by Samara Bhatti

“All the classrooms are getting LED light changes and it’s quite a long process because there’s more than fifty thousand LED lights that will need to be put in,” custodian Gary Johnson.

While students were lounging by the pool and going on vacation during summer break, custodians were hard at work in the weeks leading up to the first day getting the school cleaned and prepped for the return of students. Efficiency standards brought several changes in the custodial world at BSHS. Continue reading Back to school a daunting task for custodians as well

A Flood of Emotions in a Sea of People

by Emma Hibdon

“The environment is the same at the high school as it is at the freshman center. It’s still just people clogging up the hallways and nobody knowing where to go,” sophomore Haylee Payne

Along with back-to-school deals and savoring the last minutes by the pool before hitting the books again, thoughts of school brings up different feelings of nervousness, security, and predictability. But not every person going back to school gets first day jitters. Continue reading A Flood of Emotions in a Sea of People