Archive for November, 2016

“Out of the Darkness” walk raises awareness about suicide prevention

November 29, 2016
“Out of the Darkness” walk raises awareness about suicide prevention

A student and a teacher from Patterson participated in a suicide prevention walk called Out of the Darkness on November 5th in and around Patterson Park. Between 500-600 people attended the walk, including Ms. Marchewka, the art teacher, and a student from Patterson.

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Cross-Country Team Experiences Life in the Fast Lane

November 22, 2016

Coach Oliver may be better known as a basketball coach, but this year he is also coaching cross-country. To find out more about this unique sport, I sat down with Coach Oliver and asked him a series of questions.

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Ms. Ball Wins “Teachers are Heroes” Award

November 15, 2016
Ms. Ball Wins “Teachers are Heroes” Award

This year’s nominee of Teachers are Heroes was Ms. Sharon Ball. She was nominated by her colleague Mr. Nicolas Yates. Ms. Ball used to be an Engineer; now she’s a teacher at Patterson High school. She teaches Engineering classes, coaches Robotics, and mentors students in STEM programs.

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Freedom of the Press Matters (OPINION)

November 6, 2016

Freedom of the press is very important because it gives everybody a right to voice their opinions and express how people really feel. There have been more and more victims to police brutality every day. People’s families have been broken because of the deaths of family members at the hands of police abusing their authority. There are so many people who are hurt and angry. They all have stories to tell, and freedom of the press helps them tell their stories.

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Volleyball team shuts out Douglass

November 6, 2016
Volleyball team shuts out Douglass

The Patterson Clippers had an amazing game against Douglass on September 16th at home. They showed their big hearts and used their skill and strength to carry them to victory. The Lady Clippers went undefeated; they won every round. The scores: first round 25 to 16, second round 25 to 11, third round 25 to 12.

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The Election of 2016

November 6, 2016
The Election of 2016

As we all know, the election of 2016 is only a couple days away. This time it’s going to be big. The reason for that is some people still don’t know who are they are going to vote for.

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Volleyball team puts up tough fight against Digital in season opener

November 6, 2016
Volleyball team puts up tough fight against Digital in season opener

The Patterson Lady Clippers volleyball team (both JV and Varsity) lost to its host, Digital Harbor, in the first game of the season. Although they did not win, the Clippers played a wonderful game. They put forward all their effort and that’s all that matters. The final score for JV was 25 to 14; for Varsity, 25 to 20.

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Coding Club is Back to Making Apps

November 1, 2016
Coding Club is Back to Making Apps

Coding Club is an inspiring way to learn about computer science, Cyber security and a lot more things about the internet-even apps. In Coding Club, you can make websites; it’s about developing knowledge that is useful to have. In Coding Club, you learn new things that it is very far beyond the average human knowledge. It can give you a pathway of engineering or computer science.

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