Beginning mid October, Student Council members have been putting together community lockers. These lockers are for students who need hygiene products and basic necessities that they may not be able to get at home.
The swim season has finally taken off after a very late start. A predicted two-week construction delay turned into five weeks of demolition at the natatorium which forced swimmers all over the district to find new methods of working out.
With the loss of former band directors, Darla McBryde and Hunter Bown, there was more dread and fear coming into the new season than ever before. After the marching show was reinvented, the Falcon Marching Band would overcome their stresses and went into the season with everything they could give.
On Tuesday, Nov. 12, three cases will make their way to the Supreme Court. One incredibly large and prominent investigation surrounds around Former President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, and President Donald Trump and his administration’s actions about repealing the program.
Students of the Health Occupation Students Of America club (HOSA) are constantly at work in local communities in an effort to learn about providing skill and leadership opportunities for its members.
As the cold winter nights start to come around, it can only mean one thing: basketball season. Coach Tina DeMichele cannot be more excited after a successful 2018-2019 campaign. Creek’s varsity girls look to exceed expectations through January.
The Falcon Boys Varsity Basketball team kicks off their first game of the season Tuesday Nov. 19. The Falcons have high hopes, after making the playoffs last campaign.
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