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How working with kids has changed my life

How working with kids has changed my life

By Audrey Fisher, Round Table managing editor

April 23, 2019

My first “official” job was a pre-team gymnastics coach. I was exactly fourteen. I had always known I had a passion for teaching and kids, and was enrolled in the child development courses at my school. But before this, I grew up with tons of younger cousins and babysat frequently. My mom always joked...

Empty Bowls

By Jayden Bidle, Reaction editor

April 8, 2019

Every year at Middletown High school art students and teachers hold an empty bowls fundraiser on Thursday, April 11th at 6 o’clock in the afternoon. This year will be the 27th year holding the fundraiser consisting of delicious food, entertainment, the arts, and helping the community.   Th...

MHS drama department goes to NYC

MHS drama department goes to NYC
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By Jacob Daniels, Round Table Reporter

March 12, 2019

The Middletown High School drama department travels to New York City to see the musical, "Come From Away."

Discussion: NCAA tournament

Discussion: NCAA tournament

By Joe Montgomery, Podcast and Discussion managing editor

March 8, 2019

Round Table reporter Joe Montgomery hosts a Round Table Discussion with senior Dan Bousch and junior Joshua Koons about the NCAA tournament.

Middletown welcomes exchange student Matteo De Marchi

Middletown welcomes exchange student Matteo De Marchi

By Tessa Hauser and Leah Heon

March 8, 2019

  Italian foreign exchange student Matteo De Marchi introduced himself in his native language, “Ciao, sono Matteo De Marchi e sono uno studente straniero dall’italia.” Having arrived in Maryland early this year, De Marchi plans to spend six months here in order to complete a semester ...

Students resolve to remember Parkland

Students resolve to remember Parkland

By Jordan Long, News and Events managing editor

March 8, 2019

One year after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, Middletown High School students unite to hold an assembly to remember the victims and speak about how they can stand together as one to create a change.

Column: Has cheating become normalized?

Column: Has cheating become normalized?

By Audrey Fisher, Newsroom managing editor

March 4, 2019

Recently, I was in sociology and we were in the middle of our culture unit. One of the focuses of this unit is examining American culture in comparison to other cultures around the world. To do this we had an activity where we read three articles about cheating in the United States and then compared...

Reactions: Not Big Mac

Reactions: Not Big Mac

By Jacob Daniels, Round Table Reporter

February 26, 2019

MHS students react to Swedish Burger King's new addition to the menu, the "Not Big Mac," created to mock McDonald's in a legal battle with Irish fast food company, Supermac's.

Reactions: Superbowl LIII

Reactions: Superbowl LIII

By Jayden Bidle and Audrey Fisher

February 14, 2019

Last Sunday, February third, the nation gathered to watch the fifty third annual super bowl. The patriots and the rams were this year's competing teams. The patriots beat the rams with a score of thirteen to three. Middletown high school students react to this outcome. ...

Fun feature: MHS cash cab – Ep. 1

Fun feature: MHS cash cab – Ep. 1

By Reid Fedors and Jake Stafford

January 24, 2019

Round Table reporters Reid Fedors and Jake Stafford show us their version of Cash Cab featuring MHS winter athletes Dan Boush and Molly Faron

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