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Claire Rooney

Claire Rooney, Reporter

If you drop in on any class she is in, you will see Claire Rooney doodling in her notebooks. Despite being a senior, this is Claire’s first year on the staff. She enjoys photography and graphic design, and she is not afraid to express her opinions to her peers. Despite her lack of height, Claire insists that even though she is seventeen years old and a senior, she has not stopped growing. She is the proud owner of a 1993 gold Camry named Henry, which has been in her family for over twenty-five years. Others have described Claire as “an eighty-year-old woman stuffed into a seventeen-year-old body.” Her creativity and her free spirit will make her a great addition to the Lodge.

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Nicolas Gutierrez and Jamez Jordan practice the song, “I’m Just a Bill”. Jordan’s character describes the life of a political bill trying to become a law to Gutierrez’s character, Tom.

Rocking the Schoolhouse

February 7, 2019
Artwork done by St. George's student Skyelar Campbell.

A Year In Art

February 6, 2019
From left to right: Deja Harris, Mary Alice Murphy, Kate Vento, and Angelina David stick their ending poses for “Unpack Your Adjectives.” These four young ladies play Joanna, Shulie, Dina, and Dori, respectively.

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February 6, 2019
Jamez Jordan does a mic check before the start of “What is a Nouns”. Jordan played a leading role in the musical as George.

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February 6, 2019
From left to right: Jamez Jordan, Kate Vento, Angelina David, Deja Harris, and Mary Alice Vento stand on boxes during “What is a Noun” as the cast circles.  This song is the opening musical number for the play.

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February 6, 2019
From left to right: Hagen Brock, Madline Clark, Mary Alice Murphy, Mary Caroline Collier, and Nicolas Gutierrez practice their dance moves for the musical. The musical featured songs like “Interplanet Janet” and “Conjunction Function”.

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February 6, 2019
Nicolas Gutierrez (left) and Jamez Jordan (right) practice for the play. The play opened this past Thursday, January 24th.

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February 6, 2019
From left to right: Julianne Hurley, Sophie Stone, Hagen Brock, Mary Frances Forbes, Madline Clark, and Mary Caroline Collier dance to the opening number in the Middle School Play. The play being put on this year is School House Rock Jr. Live.

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February 6, 2019
The six leading characters prepare for the opening number. The middle school play ran for four days at the Germantown Campus.

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February 6, 2019
The cast practices “Three is a magical Number” with props made to look like flashcards. This song is used to help children learn to multiply by three.

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February 6, 2019
Eighth grader Tya Johnson concentrates on her free-throw during a varsity basketball game against St. Mary’s. The game against St. Mary's was the first major win for the team.

Courting The Win

November 29, 2018
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