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Hats Off to Being Drug Free News Special Events 

Hats Off to Being Drug Free

Friday, October 30 the Northern Bedford high school and middle schoolers celebrated the end of Red Ribbon Week with “Hats Off to Being Drug Free” by wearing a hat of their choice. Many students participated in this. Dennis Haskins is shown below wearing a hat. Many people get into the wrong crowds and are pressured into doing drugs. One way to make sure that doesn’t happen to you is to know that it is okay to say no. You always have the choice to say no. Nobody can make you…

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You “Must-Dash” from Drugs News Special Events 

You “Must-Dash” from Drugs

Thursday, October 29 the Northern Bedford high school and middle school students wore a mustache and/or sneakers to “dash” away from drugs. The middle school made a day out of wearing a mustache while the high school was filled with students wearing sneakers ready to run. A picture of Caplin Lingenfelter and Austin Thomas’s sneakers is shown below.

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Join the Fight Against Drugs News Special Events 

Join the Fight Against Drugs

Wednesday, October 28 Northern Bedford looked like it was going into war. A fight against drugs was definitely well-known. The students dressed in camouflage as if they were going to war to fight off drugs. Coming together as one to fight the use of drugs will have a better outcome than fighting alone. Fighting alone is not all bad though. Even if you are fighting alone you’re still fighting and every little battle helps win the war against drugs. Shown below is a selfie of Brook Troutman wearing camouflage.

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A Day in Paradise Focus News 

A Day in Paradise

Northern Bedford has been flocked by flamingos. Today’s spirt week theme is in honor of this year’s homecoming theme: Tropical Paradise. Students and teachers broke out their shorts, flip flops, and flower leis in support. Donations are also being collected to help Habitat for Humanity during all lunches today and tomorrow, so please make a donation! The cover photo features Jacob Cherry posing like a classical surfer. Mr. Dutchcot joins in on the fun, wearing the typical dad vacation shirt.   Emma Suter looks like she just stepped off the…

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Traffic Lessons Focus News 

Traffic Lessons

Go! Proceed with caution! Stop! All in the name of love. Today’s theme for spirit week was stoplight day. Wearing green signifies that you are single. Wearing yellow signifies that it is complicated or you are talking to someone. Wearing red signifies that you are in a relationship or simply not interested. It looks like New York City in the hallways. Join in tomorrow for tropical paradise day! Ryan Matish, Bentley Zimmerman, Bryce Detterline, McKenzie Westphal, Brook Troutman, and Wes Perrin pose to form a large stoplight   Seniors Morgan…

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Back to the Future Focus News 

Back to the Future

Have you ever thought you belonged in another decade? If so, today was your chance to show it. Students were given the opportunity to dress in their favorite decade such as the 60s, 70s, or 80s. Participation was widespread, through the school and the decades! Join in tomorrow for stop light day! The cover photo features Samantha Steele representing everyone’s favorite decade: the 80s! Eli Kapinski representing the 80s                                          …

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Rivalry Day Focus News 

Rivalry Day

To kick off spirit week, the day’s theme was rivals. A rival is a person or thing competing with another for the same objective or for superiority in the same field of activity. Students were dressed as opposing super heroes, super hero/villain, sports teams, or simply just opposite of each other. There was a lot of participation that we hope to see continue throughout the week. The cover photo features Jerica Hardy and Shaylie Finnegan as Batman and Superman. Shelby Crooks and Paige Thomas dressed as Pikachu and Jessie from…

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