The Blue Streak

  • January 19Topeka Sizzlers Basketball, Activity Center; 7 - 10 pm

  • January 19V Boys Basketball @ Basehor-Linwood Mid-Season Tournament

  • January 19Dancin' Blues @ Miss Kansas Dance Competition, Olathe South; 9 am

  • January 18V Boys Basketball @ Basehor-Linwood Mid-Season Tournament; 4:30 pm

  • January 18Girls Basketball v Junction City, Activity Center; 4:30 - 10 pm

  • Pocket Points to be used as an Incentive in Classrooms
    News

    Pocket Points to be used as an Incentive in Classrooms

    Gwen Clark, Writer

    As of this semester, many teachers have been using the app Pocket Points to encourage students to stay off their phones during class. The free app can be downloaded on Apple and Android phones. While students have their phone locked during a certain class, they receive points that can be used towards...

  • Mountains are the Best Vacation Spots
    Opinion, Staff Opinions

    Mountains are the Best Vacation Spots

    Jordyn Seamans, Photographer

    Most people either love mountains or beaches, one or the other. I personally love the mountains and would much rather travel to Colorado or Canada where it is way cooler than Kansas. I am still in high school which means whenever my family decides to have a vacation it usually takes place in the sum...

  • Annual Thespian Conference
    News

    Annual Thespian Conference

    Marta Johnston, Writer

    An annual festival is held in Kansas, appealing to the art of acting and theatre. For three days, high school students are exposed to the art in a wide variety of different forms. This event is also a wonderful opportunity for aspiring college students to explore the programs of colleges in their desired fi...

  • Rudolph Controversy
    Feature

    Rudolph Controversy

    Danielle Pancoast, Print Editor

    The classic children’s Christmas movie “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer” has been receiving negative feedback recently after being aired 54 years ago. Viewers are asking for the movie to be banned from being played on tv due to its racist, homophobic, and exploitative aspects throughout the movie. ...

    Let the reindeer games begin! RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER, the longest-running holiday special in television history, will be broadcast Tuesday Nov. 27 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Since 1964, millions of families have tuned in to watch Rudolph and his friends, Hermey the Elf, Yukon Cornelius, and the Misfit Toys, save Christmas. This classic "Animagic" special features a world-renowned musical score from Johnny Marks and the voice talent of legendary performer Burl Ives (Sam the Snowman). Photo: ©Classic Media

    Classic Media

Overview of Kevin Hines’ Speech

November 19, 2018

November 14, 2018

November 13, 2018

November 13, 2018

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Savian Edwards

A Commercialized Christmas

December 20, 2018

Teen Driving

December 18, 2018

Transitioning to College: Insight from WRHS Alumni

December 18, 2018

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God of War

God of War

January 7, 2019

James Patterson Review

December 20, 2018

Are Grades As Important as They Seem?

Are Grades As Important as They Seem?

December 18, 2018

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Boys Basketball v Topeka West

January 14, 2019

Girls Basketball v Topeka West

January 14, 2019

Boys Basketball v Highland Park

January 7, 2019

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