With so much to talk about this spring, we decided to go digital. Click on the headlines below to view stories

from this spring.

Spring

coverage

As some students notice an increase in racism towards Asian-Americans amidst the pandemic, the community begins to take part in movements to advocate for the end of Asian-American hate

To slow the spread of COVID-19, medical industries and professionals created vaccines that even some students are

able to receive. 

Looking for new ways to help others, sophomore Emily Song uses her personal project as an opportunity to share her understanding of math

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Students look to High School and community-based clubs for new skills, friends, and opportunities.

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Outdoor activities such as rock climbing to four-wheeling allows students to connect with family, friends, and nature

Students come together to thank their teacher for all of the work they've done this year and

in the past

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For exchange student Pietro Columbo, life in Corning is very different from life in Italy after spending his senior year at C-PP

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Most people struggle with mental health at some time in their life - lets talk about it for mental health awareness month.

Creating more opportunities for students to receive help on their schoolwork, teaching assistant Margaret Amrhein works alongside teachers to innovate the Learning Lab virtually

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As the spring play, Clue, opens this weekend, all-day rehearsals and previews begin for the cast to ensure they are prepared

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A master teacher and intrepid traveler, Individuals and Societies teacher Karen Palmer inspired students and faculty alike with her kindness, determination, and grace 

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