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I THINK, THEREFORE IB: The International Baccalaureate Student Association provides IB students social and academic support. “[School] becomes all the more easier when you have a support network to stick together with and help each other learn,” Mr. Rouhani said. Interested in joining IBSA? Contact:
Semera Kimbel Sannit at skimbelsannit92@susdgapps.org or Claryssa Dunigan at 

IBSA makes learning ‘a ball’

Isaac Williams, Staff writer
November 24, 2020

Surprise, surprise

Chloe Allen, Staff writer
November 20, 2020
STARTING THE DAY WELL-FED: After receiving a free breakfast, Sadie Lattanzio (10) passes by cafeteria manager Eva Youssef. Lattanzio receives meals “every single day,” she said, for “both breakfast and lunch.” Breakfasts are served in the cafeteria, somewhat similar to how they would typically be served, but lunches are served either by the exitway to the busses or in the cafeteria, both in a grab’n’go fashion.

Walking away from à la cartes

Christopher Lessler, Staff writer
November 12, 2020


Gabriela Chen, Staff writer
November 5, 2020
Election jitters

Election jitters

November 5, 2020
NO 'LITTLE' FEAT: Scottsdale City Council candidate John Little has earned the Wolf's Print endorsement thanks to his attention to the importance of education. “My proposal has been to work with school leaders to incorporate a new education element into the voter approved General Plan,

A ‘Little’ perspective

Daniel Marchant, Opinion Editor
October 26, 2020
A 'DIFFERENT' VIBE: During a 49-21 victory against Barry Goldwater, senior tight end Anthony Pescatore (31) blocks for the kick returner. “The vibe is going to be totally different since there is no Wolfden--that huge support system is gone,” Pescatore said. The Wolves leaped to a fast 3-0 start, outscoring opponents 97-38--but the team was forced to postpone its Homecoming game Oct. 23 against Casa Grande after a player from Barry Goldwater tested positive for coronavirus.


Katie Hofmann, Staff writer
October 26, 2020
Mrs. Dorsch replaces Ms. Loftus as DM's College and Career Center administrator. She can be reached through email at jenniferdorsch@susd.org. The College and Career room will be moved to the library this year, instead of over by the book store.

The Future is Here

Marissa Wyszynski, Staff writer
October 20, 2020

One-computer schoolhouse

Christopher Lessler, Staff writer
October 16, 2020

Home Alone

Chloe Allen, Staff writer
October 16, 2020
Illustrator Nora Khaled used blank paper alcohol based markers and fine-tipped pens to portray the challenges faced this school year by teachers, who said the lessons learned while teaching Enhanced Distance Learning during the first quarter will help them as they transition to online. “Even though before having to go online I was always a paper and pencil person, I will definitely consider using technology in the future,” said Mrs. Varosky, who teaches freshman English at DM. About 85 percent of DM students returned to in person instruction on Oct. 12.

Stressed at a desk

Abigail Whyte, Staff writer
October 5, 2020
She's a Lumberjack and she's OK: Ms. Onofry celebrates her masters degree in psychology from Northern Arizona University.


Shearel Cohen, Staff writer
May 18, 2020
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