Health project breaks stereotypes

Health project breaks stereotypes

Avery Neal, reporter

February 7, 2019

A new addition to the health hallway has been catching the attention of many students and teachers. A poster outside Room 237 reads “Everyday we face the stereotypes that society gives us, and everyday we overcome these stereotypes. We are teenagers, we are strong, we are proud, we are Oakville.” Pic...

Seniors sent home due to lack of vaccination

McCall Phillips, reporter

September 27, 2016

Before the start of the 2016-2017 school year, all seniors were required to receive the meningococcal vaccine. This requirement was put into place by the Missouri Immunization Law; however, many students did not obey this new change. On the first day of the school year, 211 seniors did not provide...

Video games are not making kids fat, food is

Andrej Dzidic, Reporter

February 28, 2012

Parents, dietitians, and specialists always try to blame video games for their fat kids. It is not the video games that make kids fat, it is the food. Maybe if parents would monitor food intake and control diets, then the nation’s children would be thinner. Teach them to put down the “Big M...

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