• Spotlight on Mr. Heidelberg

    A profile or our new principal/superintendent by Max Gast.

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  • Student Council News

    A report by the Student Council president, Jalil Bessellieu

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  • Rapid Recap: The Year of Sonic

    By Zamantha Muñoz-Morales Rolling around at the speed of sound since 1991, Sonic the Hedgehog is without a doubt one of gaming’s most remarkable and beloved icons. The year was

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  • Soaked: a Short Story

    The winner of The Tides Fourth Grade Fiction Contest!

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  • Naturally: Chapter One: Reunion

    By Layla Katz Live Aurelius, a 17-year-old boy with the gift of creating live organisms such as plants, is searching for the one who has gifted him these powers. Through

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  • A Fan’s Guide to Stranger Things

    By Olivia Bagdanov Imagine biking home with your friend. He challenges you to a race, so you go ahead just to be greeted by a seven-foot-tall dark shadow that takes

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  • More than a Secretary: A Profile of the Amazing Miss Ramirez

    By Hans Weber
    Oliva Herrera, a mother of three, needed help with completing legal documents. She couldn’t think of anyone who could walk her through the process, especially since all the documents were in English, not Mrs. Herrera’s native Spanish. Suddenly, she remembered Ruth Ramirez, the friendly, bilingual school secretary who is a Mexican immigrant, like her.

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  • Why Does Everybody Love Harry Styles?

    By Kayleigh Cook

    Twenty-six-year-old singer-songwriter Harry Edward Styles entered the music scene 10 years ago, and since then has been the person most moms, sisters, and maybe even ELA teachers keep gushing about. But, It’s not for no reason. Harry Styles is a good-natured person who makes stellar, enjoyable music.

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  • Raves for Kalahari: A Waterpark Review

    By Molly Flynn

    Have you ever wanted to visit a fantastic waterpark? Or an amazing arcade? You should go to the Kalahari Hotel in the Poconos. I will review the shops, food, waterpark, arcade, and more.

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  • The Owl House: A Review

    By Elizabeth Peña Martinez
    You all know about those fantasy stories where the main character lives in a magical world and defeats wizards and witches, like Gravity Falls, Steven Universe, Ever After High, Shera and the Princess, etc. Well, this one is different. It is so peculiar that it is not to be believed. It seems like a dream. If this has caught your attention, please continue reading.

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