Mason Hedge, News Editor

School Board member resigns.

On Nov. 6, the school board accepted the resignation of former school board member and treasurer Alan Colorito. The board opened applications and will be conducting interviews like the ones carried out with the previous resignation of Mrs. Jennifer Sayre.


Freedom Crider Road re-opens.

After more than a year of construction, Nov. 6 marked the end when Freedom Crider road opened back up for everyone to use. Not only does this mean that new bus stops can be made, but it will also create a new bus schedule that is different than the one established at the beginning of the year.


New salt truck coming to district.

On Nov. 13, the school board recently approved the purchase of a new salt truck for the upcoming winter season. The purchase includes the new truck with a dump body and spreader that is allowed within the state bidding requirements.


Student proudly recognized.

Senior David Eisenbrown was recognized with the Bulldog Award/Eagle Scout Award by high school principal William Deal, who said that Eisenbrown embodied all of the characteristics that he wanted to see in a Bulldog.