Opinions vary on Apple’s new iPhone

Infographic by Sydnee Kuhn

October 15, 2019

The latest edition of the iPhone, the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, was released to the public Sept. 20. The update included a new camera system.

Guest speaker Dombo shares inspirational story

April 1, 2019

Derby resident Julie Dombo was shot during an armed robbery in Derby AT&T store August 2015. Due to blood loss, Dombo became a quadruple amputee. Dombo visited social studies teacher Jeff Regier’s crime and American justice class Feb. 25 and shared her story. “At 9:30 in the morning you think y...

Homecoming Oriole

Homecoming results display popularity contest

February 4, 2019

The homecoming court announcements came over the school's intercom and every senior's ears turned toward the speaker as they waited for the names to be read, but sadly most of the seniors were disappointed when their names were not called. The process of voting for homecoming court has been a popularity...

May 2018 Issue

October 3, 2018

The week in photos 9-20

World Geography teacher Casey Penner starts making a type of Peruvian Folk Art. Penner wanted her students to gain an appreciation of art in other cultures.

September 20, 2018


Braden Jergensen (12) kicks the ball out to his players. As the goalie, Jergensen is the team's last line of defence.

Soccer team looks forward to season

September 12, 2018

This current season, the soccer team is looking forward to a much better year than the last. “Definitely better than last year [the team’s performance]. We’ve got some new pieces,” Wyatt Pankratz (10) said. The number of players who tried out for soccer doubled from last year. Having so ma...

Offseason work prepares athletes for school sports

Abbee Rhodes (12) takes a shot over her opponent's defense. Over the summer, Rhodes played for The Twisters traveling basketball team.

Jaden Laing, Reporter

September 10, 2018

In any athletic field, if an athlete wants to get better they must train. The truth is, every athlete will face competition, and the competitor will rise due to their opponents’ missed opportunities during training. Many athletes have worked at camps this summer to prepare themselves for the fall season....

Oriole newspaper goes digital

Oriole newspaper goes digital

September 10, 2018

“Modern life demands, and is waiting for a new kind of plan,” - Le Corbusier As the modern world changes around us, we must morph alongside the transition. Which is exactly what The Oriole is going to be about for the 2018-2019 school year. The Oriole staff members pride themselves in thei...

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