"A gray van and a blue Arrow smile, easily identified as Amazon, one of the most well-known businesses across the globe. However, quite recently these familiar vans have received a new look, and a whole new personality."--Mackenzie Luna, 8th Grade
"What really is compostable plastic? Who decides what is or isn’t compostable? And what is California doing about it?" --Maia Cavagnolo, 7th grade
"After the introduction of self-driving cars in the late 1900s, the prospect of a car driving itself seemed otherworldly, like we were living in the future. Unfortunately, it will be in the future, because they won’t be fully reliable until 2035." -Kai Vejsada 8th grade
"Ever since NASA began its mission, they've been trying to find ways to get humanity off the planet. Many people don’t know this simply because NASA and the government don’t want people to. I’m here to tell you the truth."--Mila Boyden, 7th grade
" it is difficult to hear anything other than “I've missed you so much, the phantom's misty tuna brother.” " -Elias d, 1oth grade
"It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a... Superworm? Yes, you read that correctly. Superworms are here and they just might save the day. But what are they?" -- Maia Cavagnolo, 6th grade
"all over the us, students have been using newly found technological advances to cheat in class."
"This year was historic when it comes to space exploration and astronomical research. With the creation of the James Webb telescope, successful launch of Artemis I, the successful DART test run, and more."--Mila Boyden, 7th Grade
a brief overview of covid variants and how new mutations in omicron could cause another spike in cases.
"REsearch from scientists show that new mutations in omicron could cause another spike in cases"