By: Abe Wolf
With summer break soon approaching, students are working, relaxing, and preparing for the next school year. In their spare time, what are students to do when they are searching for an activity that is not vacation, but also not relaxing at home? They can search for local spots to hang out. If there is anything you should not do in the summer, it is spending all your time at home. Go out and adventure, and use this guide to make the summer of ’23 a great one!
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By: Avalynne Russell
As many people in the community have heard, there has been major consideration and decisions being made about reconfiguring the Warren County School District (WCSD). Over the last couple of years, it has been brought to the attention of many school officials that there is a major decrease in student enrollment and funds within WCSD. To combat these two problems, the school board has been coming up with ideas regarding how to fix it, resulting in several possibilities.
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By: Caroline Smyth
As the school year comes speeding to an end, The Squire took this opportunity to interview senior, Caleb Penley. When The Squire reached out to Penley, he didn’t hesitate to share his experiences and views on high school thus far. Being asked questions ranging from the start of his school career to the end of his time at Eisenhower, Penley gave an amazing outlook on his final year at Eisenhower.
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