Category Archives: Spring 2016

Teacher Spotlight: Mr. Black

By: Steven Downs

Every year teachers strive to claim the title Teacher Spotlight for a short time. They race to school before the sun touches the horizon to ready their lesson plans and beat the big guy… Mr. Kelly Martin. But among these highly spirited men and women one stands out: Mr. Black. Better known as Blacky, Mr. Black is our high school gym teacher, and is involved in many clubs and activities. He teaches everything from competitive sports and weight lifting to help keep us in shape, to health and first aid to help us better support ourselves. But it doesn’t stop there; he claims he could kill a full grown mountain lion with his bare hands. To test this, we locked him in a classroom with a mountain lion for forty-two minutes. Just kidding, although we’re sure it wouldn’t be a problem. To gain a better understanding of the inner workings of such an ambitious individual, I set off down the hallway to interview him.

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Springtime Brings New Dishes

By: Brittany Arp Junior Co-Editor

Pasta Primavera

Springtime calls for new things like a new wardrobe, mindset, and, of course, food! The Squire has been researching and looking for the perfect spring recipe and, at last, it has been found. This Pasta Primavera dish is perfect for lunch or dinner and includes bright colors and even brighter flavors. Here’s what you’ll need:

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New Superintendant Approved for 2016-2017 School Year

By: Brittany Arp Junior Co-Editor

Throughout the past several years, Warren County School District has experienced quite a few superintendents for various reasons, and this year is no exception. This fall, the new superintendent will be a familiar face who has been a part of the district for quite some time.  Recently, The Squire had the privilege of interviewing Mrs. Amy Stewart, who was recently approved as the future superintendent. Her position will officially start during the 2016-2017 school year, but she has already been serving at the administrative level, which has given her lots of practice for her new job title. Here’s what she had to say:

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