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Name: Nikita Athawale
Date registered: October 24, 2017

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  1. Book Club revamp spurs popularity — February 13, 2018
  2. KAST teaches children about computers at Stenwood Elementary — December 19, 2017
  3. Mapping through the new courses — November 6, 2017

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Feb 13 2018

Book Club revamp spurs popularity

Senior and Book Club president Emma Choi made efforts to shift people’s idea of what Book Club can be, which spurred an increase in both popularity and membership of the club. Choi accredited the club’s increase in popularity to her efforts to erase the common stereotype from the club’s surface. “I think people had this …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.gcmnews.net/media/rnf/2018/02/13/book-club-revamp-spurs-popularity/

Dec 19 2017

KAST teaches children about computers at Stenwood Elementary

The members of Kids Are Scientists Too, or KAST, had their first event on Nov. 16. They went to Stenwood Elementary School to teach children about the inner workings of computers and basic HTML programming. KAST is a regional organization that has multiple branches throughout high schools in nine different states. President and senior Alec …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.gcmnews.net/media/rnf/2017/12/19/kast-teaches-children-about-computers-at-stenwood-elementary/

Nov 29 2017

Friendsgiving embraces non-traditional holiday celebration

When people think of Thanksgiving, they may think of spending time with their immediate family and relatives. However, as an alternative to the family-based Thanksgiving, people may choose to celebrate Friendsgiving. Friendsgiving is a separate gathering in which people celebrate Thanksgiving exclusively with their friends. Senior Victoria Pasmanik said how she and her friends planned …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.gcmnews.net/media/rnf/2017/11/29/friendsgiving-embraces-non-traditional-holiday-celebration/

Nov 06 2017

Mapping through the new courses

Upperclassmen will now have more opportunities to gain important credits for college and essential knowledge for their desired careers. IB geography and human anatomy and physiology will be added to the curriculum . Danielle Koehler will be teaching IB Geography and Angela Rizzo will be instructing Human Anatomy. IB Geography currently has a “satellite group” …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.gcmnews.net/media/rnf/2017/11/06/mapping-through-the-new-courses/