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Understaffing in the School System

Understaffing in the School System

Will Hagaman, Shelby Jaunal, and Emily Garcia December 8, 2021

While bus shortages were at the forefront of media coverage, staffing issues in the school system hit every aspect of schools from teachers to janitors, leaving administration to juggle and solve problems...

Biden administration wind farm plans

Seamus McPherson , Staff writer October 18, 2021

Recently, the Biden Administration announced a new plan that would cover the United States coastline with wind turbines. This announcement comes after the Biden administration approved the Vineyard Wind...

The Writing Center

Seamus McPherson, Staff writer October 12, 2021

The Writing Center is a tutoring service led by students who are advanced in language arts. The purpose is to help students “refine and edit the best possible essays.” Help is not limited to only english...

Oil Spill in the Pacific

Emily Garcia, Copy Editor October 7, 2021

An estimated 126,000 to 144,000 gallons of oil spilled from a broken pipeline near Orange County, California over the weekend. The timeline for the event is unclear as the pipeline owner failed to...

Mask and COVID-19: The Trademark of the School Year

Kelli Coleman, Editor in Chief October 7, 2021

When Stafford County Public Schools decided to send students and teachers back with masks, there were no exceptions included in that. Meaning everyone had to wear a mask over their nose and mouth, but...

Fall Chorus Concert

Leyla Morrison, Staff Writer October 5, 2021

On October 5th, 2021 at Colonial Forge High School, the choir ensembles will be hosting their outdoor fall concert for all to come out and watch their performances. With the strike of COVID-19, many...

TAG Day Brings CFHS Marching Band Together to Raise Money

Arlie Munday, Staff Writer September 30, 2021

Just like most things, for the marching band, money is a necessity. From cleaning uniforms, to getting new sheet music, and repairing instruments, a lot of cash is needed to keep them afloat. The biggest...

Decades Day Baby!

Decades Day Baby!

Caroline Saunders, Writer September 21, 2021

PHI Air Medial helicopter lands in the bus loop

Emergency vehicles visit Colonial Forge

Will Hagaman, Online Editor September 10, 2021

A few minutes after 12:30 on Aug. 31, instead of a large yellow bus arriving on the bus loop, a yellow EMS helicopter landed instead. This was a part of the Emergency Medical Technician I, II and III training...

Superintendent Retires

Arlie Munday, Staff Writer September 2, 2021

Dr. Scott Kizner has been a Superintendent for over 20 years and has recently announced his retirement, effective September 1, 2021. Stafford County Public Schools (SCPS) has begun its search for a new...

First Week Bus Disasters

First Week Bus Disasters

Seamus McPherson , Staff writer August 30, 2021

To start the new year, SCPS saw severe bus shortages during the first week when no buses were at the schools when the final dismissal bell rang. Later that day, it was found that SCPS was short 42 bus...

Code Red for Humanity

‘Code Red for Humanity’

Emily Garcia, Copy Editor August 29, 2021

The United Nations Climate Panel issued “a code red for humanity” in response to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) most recent reports. Meaning if the world doesn't act soon...

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