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The high schooler’s guide to the Mueller Report

The high schooler’s guide to the Mueller Report

Lia Farell, Staff Writer

May 1, 2019

The Mueller report is quickly becoming a household topic, but let’s be real - it’s 448 pages long, and you’ve got things to do. That’s why we’ve assembled a crash course on the basics of the Mueller report and what it means. What is the Mueller report? In short, it’s the culmination of nearly two year...

Making of a Musical

Making of a Musical

Cara Racenstein, Amelia Krueger, Savannah Griffis, Hahn Park, and Samantha Sarmiento, Staff Editor, Staff Writers

March 12, 2019

There’s an electric feeling in the air right before the start of a show. Quiet anticipation echoes through both actors and audience as they watch lights go down, curtains open, and the production begins. As months of hard work and dedication come alive on stage, the viewers are enraptured by the story. Monarch’s...

The inside scoop on the cafeteria

The inside scoop on the cafeteria

Hahn Park, Staff Writer

March 1, 2019

While our school cafeteria is busy making food for our school, food is also being made and distributed from here to not one, not two, but FIFTEEN other schools in the entire Boulder Valley District. According to Mr. Moscoso, the head chef of our kitchen, our school cafeteria is one of the three schools tha...

Snow days

Snow days

Brandon Phillips, Webmaster

January 29, 2019

6:00 am, Monday morning. We’re waking up and pulling up the Boulder Valley School District website. There was no phone call, but it has to be a snow day, right? No? Really!? This is a scene many of us went through yesterday morning. This never ending cycle of crushed hopes and dreams. However there may...

How The Government Shutdown

How The Government Shutdown

Lincoln Roch, Podcast Editor

January 18, 2019

The partial government shutdown currently affecting 25% of the United States government is in its 27th day. With 800,000 government employees not getting paid it is the longest shutdown of the government in US history. How a government shutdown happens. The Constitution makes Congress responsible for pas...

Student’s app helps with new schedule

Student’s app helps with new schedule

Nathan Phillips, Webmaster

January 10, 2019

Knowing when classes start and end with the new bell schedule is going to take some time. Luckily, Jordan Moskowski '21 has invented something to help us all out.  He created the Monarch Bell Schedule App over the winter break of 2018. The app answers the question regarding class time and th...

It’s time

It’s time

Haley Breit, Section Editor

January 9, 2019

Monarch High School has finally adopted a new schedule. This is the moment students have all been waiting for. More late starts, extra Access Time (previously called Tutor Time), and a dedicated time for clubs to meet are all coming this week. The process for creating this new and improved schedule...

New superintendent visits MHS

New superintendent visits MHS

Lincoln Roch, Podcast Editor

November 14, 2018

Dr. Rob Anderson, the new Boulder Valley School District superintendent has a plan for his first 100 days on the job. Part of that plan is to hold meetings with every community BVSD supports. He came to Monarch High School Thursday, November 1, to introduce himself and answer questions from the communi...

Uproarious play debuts this weekend

Uproarious play debuts this weekend

Lia Farrell, Staff Writer

November 8, 2018

While sometimes school plays are overlooked next to the hustle and bustle of Monarch, Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding deserves attention. The ambitious interactive play will be presented on Nov. 8, 9, and 10 at 7:00 P.M., and is certainly going to be one for the books. According to Jodeyah Mills ‘19...

Monarch graduate runs for Trustee

Monarch graduate runs for Trustee

Samantha Sarmiento and Estella Barrett, Staff Writers

October 28, 2018

He sits at a table in Starbucks, holding his hot drink as he talks over the musical ambience of the crowded coffee shop that is currently warming up a multitude of cold strangers from the light snow that’s falling from the sky outside. At the age of 23, most people would be in college deciding what ...

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