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5 Stranded

5 Stranded

Saffron Eugea, Staff Writer

October 4, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Showcase, Staff Blogs

How to do a 5 stranded braid:  

Officially Accented

Officially Accented

Saffron Eugea, Staff Writer

September 17, 2018


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How to Create an Accent Braid Freshman Saffron Eugea shows a step by step tutorial on how to do an accent braid. "The beautiful model I am doing this hairstyle on is my little sister Kacie" Eugea said. Kacie Eugea is a 7th grader this year.  ...

Fishtail Freshman

Fishtail Freshman

Saffron Eugea, Staff Writer

September 6, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Showcase, Staff Blogs

Hey guys, summer is over and I am officially a freshman in high school! Now that summer is over, I thought I would teach you how to fishtail braid your hair. How to "Fishtail" braid Step 1 Grab a section of Hair, and divide the section into two. Step 2 Take a small piece from the outside of on...

“Fall Through”

“Fall Through”

Saffron Eugea, Photographer/ Writer

May 8, 2018


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How to do a Waterfall Braid Tip: Before I did the braid, shown in the picture, I curled my hair. You do not need to curl your hair. It looks great if you straighten your hair too. Step 1 First, divide your hair at the root of your head. You can do a deep part or a part down the middle of your head. (Yo...

Woven In History

Woven In History

Saffron Eugea, Staff Photographer/ Writer

March 8, 2018


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African cultures carry braiding traditions through history As part of their culture, Africans braided hair for socialization, interest, skill, learning, beauty and special occasions. Hair braiding is an ancient art that dates all the way back to 3,500 BC! People have passed down the tradition of br...

Saffron Styles – A Growing Gallery

Saffron Styles – A Growing Gallery

Saffron Eugea, Staff Photographer/ Writer

March 2, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Staff Blogs

Hair 'Artist' Introduces Herself Hi, my name is Saffron Eugea. You may or may not know that I LOVE to play with people's hair, including, my mom's, sister's, friend's, family's and mine. I change my hair A-LOT. I've chopped it off three or four times and grown it out a few times, too!  I've always b...

State Trip Blog

State Trip Blog

Cari Weinheimer, Staff Writer

May 27, 2015


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I could tell my trip to Austin was going to be promising the second I sat down in the passenger seat of our trusty, red steed - a.k.a the school minivan. Mrs. (Leslie) Floyd pulled up to my house around 8:50 a.m. on May 25. I shuffled out of my front door, a duffel bag gripped in one hand and my laptop...

Teachers Follow Lead of Students,
Begin Writing, Blogging, Posting

February 21, 2015


Filed under Teacher Blogs

A few teachers in school now are beginning to blog. The following pictures after the new facebook post offer clickable links to these teachers' classroom and/or professional blogs. Both Mrs. Melissa Ritter's and Mrs. Lisa Roskens's blogs offer examples of the fun students are having with technology in...

Flu Cases don’t stop
‘The Case of the Counterfeit Santa’

Flu Cases don’t stop<br> ‘The Case of the Counterfeit Santa’

Cari Weinheimer, Staff Writer

December 12, 2014


Filed under Entertainment, Showcase, The Cari Column

On Dec. 11, 2014, the Kindergarten through sixth-grade students performed their annual Christmas program. For the audience, this event began at 6:30, but for the students the production started three weeks ago. “They’ve been working hard,” director and music teacher, Mrs. Melanie Britten said. All...

Way Back Wednesday Reflections on Homecoming 2014

Way Back Wednesday Reflections on Homecoming 2014

Christy Painter, Photo Editor

October 29, 2014


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Here is flash back of homecoming through the eyes of Christy Painter.

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