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ICYMI: June 10 - The Class of 2024s graduation, volleyball state championship and Junes Fashionista of the Month
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June 17, 2024
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Honors Dramatic Arts takes the stage

For Winter Week, on Wednesday Jan. 31, the Honors Dramatics Arts 2-3 class presented student-made and directed staged readings in the lecture hall. During the staged readings, the actors and stage director read lines from a skit, while the rest is left up to the audience’s imagination. All covering different topics, the four staged readings were around 10-15 minutes long each. The first skit was called “Worst Day Ever” by senior Wilson Harding, followed by “It’s Past Your Bedtime” by junior Rose Jacquinet, “Wedding Bells” by senior Bethany Foreman and, finally, “Cookies and Milk” by senior Ben Mohnkern.

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