The Witch came out mid-February of 2016, however, I recently had the pleasure to sit down and watch it. After watching, I believed it deserved to be praised and reviewed, no matter how late that review may be. By Andrew Mooney, Staff Writer The Witch takes place in 1630’s New England and follows a Puritan […]Read more "The Witch: A New England Folktale Review"
By Sophia Faram, Editor-in-Chief, Sarara Mahmud and Nicole Badami This morning it was announced that the North Stafford High School principal position has been filled for the next school year. Scott McClellan of Brooke Point High School will be trading his wings for claws on July 1st. Hearing about the position through the other administrators […]Read more "New Principal: Orange is the New Black"
North Stafford High School is hosting the first ever North Color Run 5K on Saturday, May 14. Those who participate will be going on a run around the school and as they run, balls of powdered paint will be thrown in the air and will softly explode cascading onto passers by in a cloud of vibrant […]Read more "Color Run Set to Make A Splash At North"
By Sophia Faram Editor-in-Chief In the wake of Mr. Colucci being promoted to Central Office, Mr. Nichols has since decided to follow suit after 12 years of dedication. After a posting made by Mrs. DeCarli on April 26th, it was released that Mr. Nichols will become the new Chief Secondary Officer for Stafford County. After hearing […]Read more "North Stafford Says Goodbye"
By Kasey Morello and Nathalie Philips Staff Writers The time has come to register for new classes. As of last year, students now have to register online using StudentVue, instead of filling out the paper form. However, the new system for registration seems to be more complicated and disliked than the paper format. The new […]Read more "Planning Ahead: Registration and Diplomas"
By Sophia Faram, Editor-in-Chief Deejay Carter, a senior at North Stafford, will complete his Independent Study at 6:30 p.m. tonight, with free admission. In his project, he brought the storybook The Big Red Hen to life, with drama teacher Mrs. Cook-Robinson and the Special Education program to fill his cast. “At first there were many different projects, […]Read more "Classes Collaborate to Bring a Story to Life"