Savor authentic french cuisine at ‘Burgundy Bakery’ Try mouth-watering macarons, fresh sandwiches that taste like you’re in France
After being born and raised in France, this couple wanted to share their talent and love of cooking with the local community.
The pandemic has adversely affected our country in a myriad of ways. Here, we go beyond the stats and numbers and zoom in on how each of us were impacted.
PRO/CON: Spring Sports Making a Comeback CCSD allowing sports to resume is one of the best things to happen since last March
The multiple benefits of sports restarting and athletes training again outweigh the few concerns.
Teens continue searching, working jobs during pandemic Students balance virtual school, extracurricular activities, jobs
With the abrupt pandemic, many students job experiences were disrupted.
Infographic: American Heart Month Learn more about why the month of February is dedicated to preventing heart disease
Learn about the seven ways to prevent heart disease.
Here are some CDC approved ways to plan a virtual party this Super Bowl Sunday.
Sophomores in English 10 Honors begin reading influential literature Students start units on Shakespeare, ‘Persepolis’
Students learn the importance of unique literature as they start reading Hamlet and other plays written by Shakespeare as well as ‘Persepolis’.
Dig into breakfast, lunch foods all day at ‘Munchbox’ Try one of their many classic American dishes at this unique restaurant
Whether it’s 10 a.m. or 3 p.m., there are a variety of meal options, from breakfast sandwiches to Philly cheesesteaks at ‘Munchbox.’
As their semester exam project, Fashion II students are using their knowledge of historical fashion to create a collection inspired by the seven deadly sins or heavenly virtues.