Month: May 2014

A quick snapshot of “Snapshots”

By Danielle Vivcharenko On Saturday, May 10, “Snapshots” was performed at the Dan Calabrese Performing Arts Center. Snapshots are one-act children’s plays that are performed for the children in our community. Every year, Ms. Dolar steps down from her position…

School board meeting almost a wash

By Jen Kuczkowski On the evening of May 12th one of the last board of education meetings of the North Royalton school district took place. This was a meeting dedicated to items like recognizing the Teacher of the Year and concerned…

Acappellooza!

By Fatimah Elghazawi On Friday, May 2nd, 2014, the North Royalton High School choir program hosted their fifth annual Acappellooza! concert. Acappellooza is an all-a capella concert hosted by the North Royalton High School choir program that showcases different a…

Cap is back

By Fariha Mostafiz One of the most highly-anticipated Marvel sequels of the year, Captain America 2: The Winter Soldier, was recently released on April 4th, 2014.  It follows everyone’s favorite star-spangled superhero, Captain America (played by Chris Evans), where he…

Inkwell release party a huge success

NRHS’s literary magazine, Inkwell, held its annual release party in conjunction with the student art show in the media center on May 8. In addition to the room of student art, the standing-room only event showcased the school’s jazz band…

Changing music

By: Meghan Deutsch Throughout the years many aspects of society have changed, but one aspect that has especially evolved is music. A band or musical artist regularly has a drummer, bassist, guitarist, and possibly a pianist. However, nowadays many more…

The 2014 Baseball Season

By: Ryan Sexton After several rain delays, the boys varsity baseball team will play Berea-Midpark in the sectional final of the Strongsville District on Friday, May 16. North Royalton advanced after winning 21-2 against John Adams, scoring nine runs in…

English teacher Michael Hemery honored

The district’s Teacher of the Year is high school English teacher Michael Hemery, an honor bestowed upon an outstanding educator for commitment to students, colleagues, and the community. Mr. Hemery has taught in the district for ten years, teaching Broadcasting,…