The best stories being published on the SNO Sites network

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The best stories being published on the SNO Sites network

Best of SNO

The best stories being published on the SNO Sites network

Best of SNO

Carnegie Hall awaits junior violinist

Carnegie Hall awaits junior violinist

By Brooke Colombo, Liberty High School December 20, 2017

After picking up the violin at age four, junior Megan Lin had no idea she would one day be following in the footsteps of famous orchestral musician Yo-Yo Ma. Over winter break Lin will fly to New York...

Podcast: Politics with Parker

Podcast: Politics with Parker

By Parker Butler, Liberty High School December 8, 2017

In this weekly podcast, WTV Staff Reporter Parker Butler provides his takes on politics. This week he discusses President Trump’s decision to recognize the city of Jerusalem as the undivided capital...

Block scheduling fosters in-depth learning

Block scheduling fosters in-depth learning

By Melissa Schill, Normal Community High School December 6, 2017

49 minutes. 49 minutes to take attendance. Settle the class down. Collect homework. Pass out worksheets. Begin a group discussion. Separate the students into groups. Shuffle the desks around. Log in to...

Jesuit novice makes impact on choir

By Jacob Deighton, De Smet Jesuit High School December 5, 2017

Jesuit Novice Jeff Miraflor was sent to begin his Jesuit high school experiment. What he didn’t know was that he was going to be able to come and help teach one of his life’s passions. Read the...

Zombies in the classroom

By Bradley Davis and Haidyn McKenzie, Lovejoy High School December 5, 2017

Animation teacher Ray Cooper has students zombify their teachers while turning his classroom into an apocalyptic wasteland in all the while teaching his students photoshop and flash. View the original...

Juniors, seniors take annual trip to Ashland

Juniors, seniors take annual trip to Ashland

By Harrison Moon, Sacramento Country Day School November 29, 2017

Each year, juniors and seniors travel to Ashland, Oregon, for four days during the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Students watch plays, explore the town of Ashland and experience outdoor activities such...

The shocking nature of Watertowns miraculous 38-34 comeback victory over Lynnfield for the Division 5 North championship sets in on the sideline on Friday, Nov. 10, 2017.

Gallery: Watertown shocks Lynnfield

By Elizabeth Allen, Watertown High School November 13, 2017

There was something special in the air on Friday night in Lynnfield -- and it wasn’t the 12-degree wind chill. Down by 10 points with less than three minutes remaining, the sixth-seeded Watertown...

Let’s talk about sexism

Let’s talk about sexism

By Anjali Jha, Walt Whitman High School November 9, 2017

“Ladies, this is not a beach. Cover up your butt, cleavage, and bra straps. Boys, this applies to you too.” Last spring, assistant principal Kathy McHale’s voice rang over the PA system, reminding...

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