Month: October 2017

Mighty Miciunas: Always Remembered by Our Community

By Angela Pell With tears in their eyes and plenty of love in their hearts, students and staff from North Royalton High School, along with members of the Miciunas family, marched together to Memorial Park, where a special bench was…

NRHS Band Marching Their Way to State Finals

By Sydney Liptak The North Royalton High School Marching Band has been working diligently since the summer, which all paid off on September 30th when they qualified for the Ohio Music Education Association (OMEA) State Finals at the Avon Lake…

Athletes Ready to Cheer for ‘3 Peat

By: Lauren LaBanc For the third year in a row, the cheerleaders of North Royalton High School will compete in the Suburban League Conference in hopes to retain their title. They have been rigorously training since July for the big…

Inspiring Great and Discovering Your Passion: The Balance between Education and Career Exploration

By Carolyn Bajzer As the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year gets into full swing, a new wave of students at the Cuyahoga Valley Career Center (CVCC) work diligently to get adjusted to the differing class schedules and influx of…

Red Ribbon Week Works to End Drug Epidemic

By Grace Amato North Royalton High School students will participate in Red Ribbon Week October 23rd through October 27th in order to honor those who have lost their lives due to drug abuse and spread awareness of the drug epidemic…

City of North Royalton Works on a Master Plan with the Bond Issue

By Michelle Jurcevic The North Royalton District is in the slow process of renovating the elementary and high schools, which are estimated to be completed in the next few years. Although there are no definite plans for the schools as…

The Ache with Painkillers

By Hayley Cotrau North Royalton High School students need supervision from the school nurse to take over-the-counter pain killers in school. Since the district changed the phone policy this year, several other policies have been questioned by students. Although this…

Disparity in Crowd Size for Boys, Girls

By Jacqueline Hernandez During the fall, many students participate in sports at North Royalton High School (NRHS). Like most sports, both girls and boys are divided into separate teams, but unfortunately some groups are supported more than others, which is…