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Cornell notes: What are they?

Cornell notes: What are they?

Max Brabham, Reporter

September 20, 2019

When it comes to taking notes, the cornell style is often the most advocated. Opinion on this type of note taking style can fall under loved, hated, or anything in between. As of the 2019 school year, Richland School District 2 has been strongly advocating for teachers to use cornell notes along with...

Back to school essential tips 2019

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Han Nelson, Reporter

September 3, 2019

With every new year comes change, especially for people new to Richland Northeast, and it's a good idea to be prepared for what school life is like at RNE.  Schedule One of the most important things to know is when and where you're classes and other activities are. Richland Northeast uses an AB schedul...

Clear Bag Policy

Clear Bag Policy

Elena Hortan, Editor in Chief

November 20, 2018

Richland School District Two is implementing a “Clear Bag” entry procedure for to all winter varsity sporting events to take effect at the beginning of the regular season.  This proactive measure is part of the districts efforts to continue to improve and advance safety and security measures. Th...

Back to the basics: the first week of school

Back to the basics: the first week of school

Elena Horton, Reporter

September 26, 2018

Early morning coffee, a mantra here, a checklist there, everyone had their own way of preparing for this new school year and with that, their own experiences. Students and teachers alike even now are reflecting upon the first week, each with their own criticisms and comments. "I felt comfortable, li...

2018-2019 Teacher of the Year

February 26, 2018

https://youtu.be/6BlKeJYXCm4   Every year teachers elect a Teacher of the Year for the school. While it is tradition, and common knowledge that someone from the school will win, those elected say that it still comes as a surprise. During the HOPE Assmebly in December of 2017, Desirae House...

The Magnet Fair

Meg Gibbons

January 31, 2017

On January 18th from 6:30 to 7:30, middle school students were invited into the Richland Northeast auditorium to learn more about the different magnet programs the school offers. The students were allowed to roam through the classrooms of the magnet programs, exploring where they could end up working...

Grade Changes

Matthew Traufler, Co-Editor

December 7, 2016

South Carolina has finally gone to a Ten point grading scale in hopes to increase students achievement on the national level, but with this comes some teachers grading harder. “They are grading harsher and they took away some of the other ones like, test corrections. We do not do test correction...

Head Start! College Application Day 2016

Head Start! College Application Day 2016

Elena Horton, Reporter

October 24, 2016

Have you ever stopped and wondered: ‘How do I sign up for college?’ ‘Where do I start?’ or ‘Would I even be able to go?’ Allow us to introduce you to RNE’s application day. Application day may be seen as a way for seniors to apply to set aside time to apply for colleges and scholarships,...

Homecoming Pep Rally

Homecoming Pep Rally

Malcolm Tyson

September 29, 2015

Northeast gets hype for homecoming  as they prepare to take on the Orangeburg- Wilkinson Bruins.

Teacher Cadet Disability Project

Meg Gibbons, Co-Editor

September 15, 2015

The Teacher Cadet class at RNE recently had a project where they had to go about the first half of their day as if they had a disability. They chose their disabilities from a hat and then used props, such as a wheelchair or a blindfold, to act their disability.

Beloved art teacher moves on

Michelle Denton, Reporter

May 29, 2015

https://youtu.be/j2xCb6EQC2I It is the time of year when some teachers leave us, and they will all be missed. Reporter Michelle Denton takes a look at one special teacher who is going, former Northeast Teacher of the Year Sierra Machado.

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