BHS has a stroke (of paint that is)

By Emily Tratar Art students have been painting murals around Batavia High School these last few months to bring creativity and positivity to the students day. It was created by a group More »

Latin students have opportunity to attend 2019 Italy and Greece trip

By Emma Exon Latin students have the opportunity to attend a 10-day trip through Greece and Italy during spring break of 2019 at a cost of around $4,000 for students. The trip More »

Batavia Hall of Honor inductees announced

By Abigail Solano The Batavia Hall of Honor class of 2018 was recently announced with eight new inductees. This year, the alumni inducted include Samira Ahmed, Eldon Frydendall, Matt Holm, Sharron Moran More »

Vantreek runs for the VTP class

By Elisa Reamer Claire Vantreek, a senior at Batavia High School, has organized a run/walk/roll event to raise money for the Vocational Transitional Program on April 15, 2018, at 1 pm at More »

Q&A: Preziosio makes impact with VTP students

By Elisa Reamer Julie Preziosio is a special education teacher at Batavia High School. This is her first year teaching the Vocational Transitional Program (VTP) students but has also co-taught history, science, More »

 

OPINION: High school athletics remain important despite potential head injuries

Between the years 2009-2014 a federal law was passed called “return-to-play.” According to Milken Institute School of Public Health, the return-to-play law indicates that athletes should immediately stop playing if a concussion is suspected. Players may return to practice or

Top 10 places to go for spring break

By Emilee Ivan In exactly 44 days Batavia High school will be letting all students free from schooling for exactly one week. Some high schoolers stay home, relax and unwind. Others, however, want to leave reality and take a trip

OPINION: Extinction is coming fast

By Vanessa True Polar bears are dwindling at a faster rate than the world thought. Imagine a world where children would simply learn about polar bears as being a part of our history in the same category as dinosaurs and

Top 15 movies coming out in 2018

By Abigail Solano Although the Oscars are quickly approaching and will be highlighting the top movies of 2017, there are many anticipated and upcoming movies of 2018 moviegoers still should start looking into. 1. The 15:17 to Paris, Feb. 9

OPINION: Healthy school lunches are a lost cause

By Emilee Ivan Schools across America have been trying to give healthy options to students at lunch. Our school is included in this attempted change. Over the years I have experienced many changes to the lunches served to students. However,

How to be on time for class

By Neal Patel The number one thing students dread is how early school starts in the morning. Since the early start time, it’s hard to be on time, especially in the winter when there’s snow on the ground. So not

Music of the mind

By Bri Pierce Ever clueless of how to relish in a certain mood? Here’s a guide on how to work with emotions using the beauty of music. Bad Day- “Float On” by Modest Mouse Listening to this song makes it

OPINION: Washington must abolish death penalty

By Rudy A. Mix The death penalty is a form of punishment so severe that it will end one’s own life. It is an unjust construct and should not be used, for taking someone’s life is by far the worst

BHS has a stroke (of paint that is)

By Emily Tratar Art students have been painting murals around Batavia High School these last few months to bring creativity and positivity to the students day. It was created by a group of students after petitioning for a grant during

Winter Olympics improving world since ’24

By Erin Golden and Katie Cole The 23rd Winter Olympic games in PyeongChang, South Korea have been highly anticipated by the several countries competing, sports fans, and the athletes themselves for the past three years. On Feb. 9, families from