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-The Current Team
News and Happenings
"On Friday, March 31, the junior class visited colleges and employers at the NACAC College Fair in Hartford, CT. Held at the Connecticut Convention Center, the fair allowed students to explore a wide range of post-secondary options at their own pace."
"With a marine-focused magnet theme — and state-of-the-art facilities for boating and aquaculture — science and aquaculture class feature prominently on the course selection roster. However, some students say that they would appreciate more art and music courses offered at the school."
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"A bit on the boring side. The “Screaming Eagle” reverse retro released in 2022 is one of the best uniform designs to come out of hockey in the last 20 years, and a permanent switch to that would bring the Caps up to the top ten on the jerseys list"
Arts & Life
This month: work from Maddy Campbell, Seth Trotochaud, Ezran Williams, Mckayla Tyrone, and Liam Faulkner.
Ms. Hardison, on the book Just Mercy: "It was eye-opening and life-changing … Would absolutely recommend … I taught this book when I taught American studies, an it was the one book every child said they read the whole thing as seniors."
"Mozart's own compositions are not the only aspect of his legacy that live on today; his influence seeps through modern music, media, and pop culture. These contemporary reinterpretations of Mozart's genius only further solidify his legendary status as one of the most prolific composers of all time."
"One cup of raisins is allowed to have up to 33 fruit fly eggs, a chocolate batch is allowed to be 1% insect parts and 10 grams of hops is allowed to have 2,500 aphids."
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