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Can freshmen enroll in ASL?

Emma Rose Olsen, Copy Editor and Social Media Manager

November 18, 2019

American Sign Language, also known as ASL, was introduced to Reagan in 2016. ASL began with only a small group of students in the first level of the class.   There are four different levels of the class with 113 students...

Ag Day continues as the tradition grows

Anna Marie Hunt, Guest Reporter

November 18, 2019

 Agriculture Day is a much-anticipated event for the Reagan High School student body. Hosted by the Future Farmers of America, it's a big hit every year. Thankfully, for the first time in a few years, the weather has been...

Reagan Hall of Fame inductee Craig Engels becomes a National Champion

Sam Graham, Layout editor

October 24, 2019

Speed. That’s what placed 2012 Reagan graduate Craig Engels into the school’s hall of fame in 2017. As an All-State runner and holder of five school records at Reagan, as well as a state record in the mile, Engels was...

Pep Rally Pictures

Leah Boone, Opinions Editor

September 30, 2019

Overheard in the Hallway

Madison Hepler, A&E Editor

September 20, 2019

“Okay... but what is broccoli?”   “Boone is a munchie town.”   “EAT THE BREAD!”   “You need to stop drinking ranch.”   “I have a shirt that says JESUS on it.”   “I’m too ...

New Teachers

Leah Boone and Charlotte Turner

September 16, 2019

Lacey Brigman graduated from the University of Mississippi. She works with children with exceptionalities and teaches Study Skills. Brigman transferred to Reagan because she wanted to see the middle schoolers that she previou...

Cooper Taking College Athletics Challenges in Stride

Sam Graham, Layout Editor

September 16, 2019

Ainsley Cooper has been running for a large portion of her life, so the decision to take her talents to the next level came as no surprise. Anyone who knows Cooper knows she is a big fan of the University of Tennessee, so when...

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