The Viking Vanguard

Viking Varieties

Jen Sethe, Staff

April 29, 2016

Viking Varieties was held April 20 and had several Vikings perform their talents. Sophomore Dustin Freeman won first place and sheds light on his winning talent of the year. “I did a magic trick called the Vegas flop....

As You Like It

Jen Sethe, Staff

March 24, 2016

Senior Kaylyn Ledvina explains her involvement in the most recent school play As You Like It. “I was Rosalind and Ganymede. They are actually the same person just Rosalind is pretending to be a boy. I am also the costumer....

Trump causes staffer to question; ponder

Jen Sethe, Staff

March 24, 2016

I was raised to never judge a book by its cover but after listening to what Donald Trump has to say, it is hard not to wonder how far off I would have been in my judgement. Trump is the biggest source of entertainment in this...

Study Strategies to Start The Year Anew

Jen Sethe, Staff

January 28, 2016

First semester is coming to an end and students are reflecting on how their grades, of course there are students who are already planning on how to improve in second semester. AVID and English teacher, Jordan Cockle, gives...

Concussion Review

Jen Sethe, Staff

January 28, 2016

The movie “Concussion” depicted a transformation between science and football as scientists try to push the NFL to admit how football can really affect both mental and physical states of the players. The story follows a...

Students advocate for Thr3e

Jen Sethe, Staff

December 17, 2015

Thr3e is a very popular place among students. Before and after school it is bustling with high school students. We all know there are students that go during lunch time besides the fact that it is against the rules. A majority...

Technology Access Expanded for Students

Jenn Sethe, Staff

October 7, 2015

Most students and teachers have limited knowledge on the subject of the BYOD and the new Wi-Fi accessible for students past the fact that it is available. Mark Vetter, the director of instructional leadership for technology...

Sanchez Uses Experiences to Guide Students

October 1, 2015

New counselor Michael Sanchez is in charge of students with the last name S-Z. He tells why he chose to counsel high school. “High school is the place where you learn how to be an adult through relationships and developing...

Sandy Monaghan Joins The Viking Staff

Jen Sethe, Staff

October 1, 2015

Math teacher and cross-country coach Sandy Monaghan, shares why she decided to become a teacher. “When I was in a college science class, I got in trouble for talking too much and I was like ‘I should get a job where I get...