Author Archives: challyn.rice

Special Olympics

On April 11, 2018, our school participated in the annual Special Olympics held at Tupelo High School. The Special Olympics provides a day where students with intellectual and physical disabilities can come together and participate in various sports and activities. … Continue reading

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As a junior going into my senior year, I have been researching various majors that would best suit me. One of the majors I came across was psychology. I recently completed a general psychology course and loved every minute of … Continue reading

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If school were a movie, what movie would we all be in?

Have you ever watched a movie about a high school and thought why isn’t my  school like theirs? Being in high school is an once in a lifetime experience. In high school you begin to meet your BFF’s (best friends … Continue reading

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Life’s Greatest Lessons

I interviewed my grandmother, Jewel Sykes, asking her what was life’s greatest lessons. She told me that life’s greatest lessons were to forgive others .When I asked her what advice can you give teenagers today to have a successful life, … Continue reading

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Turning a New Page

With less than forty days left of school, it’s time to start thinking about the future. It’s time to get ready to turn a new page for seniors. Throughout the next year, we will graduate and begin new lives as … Continue reading

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Eight Days of Hope by Jessica Barrett

I had the privilege of traveling to Houston, Texas in October with the Eight Days of Hope rapid response team. That trip was so impactful to my life and many other volunteer’s lives from around the country and even the … Continue reading

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Reaching for the Stars

Nettleton High School is full of ambitious students and teachers who give their all in everything they do. There is one special teacher and one dedicated student who received the honor of being acknowledged for their work.  I would like … Continue reading

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