By Cora Beyer
This school year seems to be characterized by change. This can be seen from laptops for everyone to new teachers and classmates. Another exciting change that might be overlooked is the addition of new clubs, specifically the Politics Club.
The Politics Club is a place that allows students to, not only discuss politics from all points of view, but extend their learning and come up with ways to improve the world around them.
A small group of students feel that it is important for them to be involved in their community and found common ground as they developed this new club.
By Junior Editor-in-Chief Aubrie Wise
Students across the nation join the moderns age of technology. Teachers are running Instagrams and using Bitmojis in the classroom, and on-by-one districts are beginning to go one-to-one with Red Lion joining the buzz.
Students in the Red Lion Area Senior and Junior High Schools have their own device that they carry with them from class to class, and even home. The idea of one-to-one, that is one device for every student, is becoming more and more popular as paper copies become outdated and the internet becomes the best classroom.