What is NH-JAG? By Kimberly Kien

NH-JAG stands for “Jobs for America’s Graduates.” There are a total of 8 NH-JAG in-school high schools programs in New Hampshire. Ken Smith is the president/chief executive of NH-JAG. NH-JAG’s mission is to help make a positive change for high school students. Students of this program can receive help; deciding on what they want as…

Spirit Week!

Spirit week is next week! Monday, October 8th: No School Tuesday, October 9th: Tie-Dye Day Wednesday, October 10th: Wear Sports Jerseys Thursday, October 11th: Wear Flannel Friday, October 12th: Pink Out

Senior Spotlight with Brian Cintron: by Kayla Pinard

By: Kayla Pinard What’s the greatest accomplishment you achieved in high school? Graduating high school and keeping my grades really good. What’s the greatest accomplishment you’ve achieved out of high school? My biggest accomplishment out of school would be making such good friends who always help me out and inspire me to work harder. What…

Senior Spotlight with Timothy Collins: by Kayla Pinard

Interview by: Kayla Pinard What’s the greatest accomplishment you’ve achieved in high school? Painting the Mural in the Cafeteria. What’s the greatest accomplishment you’ve achieved out of high school? Getting accepted to the college of my choice What was the biggest lesson you’ve learned during high school? Don’t speak unless you’ve got something to say.…

National School Walk-Out: Eve Brown-Ryder

On March 14th, there was a national school walk-out in response to a recent spike in gun violence. According to a group of anonymous students who participated in the walk-out here at Memorial, our walk out was treated it as more of a break from class than a political stand by many.   Participant A,…