The Raider Wire

The Issue With Language Learning in America

Cassidee Jackson, Staff Writer

December 4, 2018

Modern day high school students across America are required to take a foreign language once in their four years. Most four-year universities, however, require applicants to take a world language for two years whilst more prestigious universities and colleges such as Stanford or Harvard recommend three t...

North’s Unknown Electives

Students have a wide variety of electives to pick from. Which one will you choose?

Melina Vergilis, Web Editor

February 28, 2018

Too many electives and classes are underestimated or overlooked at North. Since the 2017-2018 school year is slowly coming to an end, it is time for students to think about next year’s electives. Since many students have already picked their pathways by now, it can be difficult to introduce new electives...

NFHS Blocks Popular Social Media Networks from WiFi

Technology is definitely a huge part of our everyday activities. Social media might be just as important to NFHS students and even faculty.

Melina Vergilis, Staff Writer

April 12, 2017

It is the 21st century, and social media is a friend of many along with cell phones. Popular apps like Snapchat and Instagram are necessities to teens and young adults. Students at NFHS want to be able to snap a selfie of their friends anytime without having to use their data. Everything was going great...

A Guide to Handling Boredom for the Simple Minded

Bored? I can help. No more staring at the ceiling, for your prayers have been answered.

Jack Kern, Staff Writer

May 8, 2015

I am absolutely positive that everyone who attends this school has experienced boredom at least once or twice. The simple truth is, well, being bored sucks. My aim here is to introduce you to a few methods of coping with boredom, with the added possibility of it being the slightest bit fun. Learn a new s...

Bottles and Highchairs

Our school offers both indoor and outdoor trash cans as well as an assortment of dumpsters in multiple places surrounding the school. They all hold our trash, but most of it was not placed in there with our hands, although it should be. There is no excuse for high schoolers to neglect cleaning up after ourselves.

Perri Rabbitt, Staff Writer

December 15, 2014

I guess it is a little aggravating, or, if I am excreting honesty, a lot aggravating. As the student body resumes the daily class schedule after lunch, the room we presided in has trash left over, spills protruding on the seats and floor, and crumbs dripping on top of the spills on top of the chairs...

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