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Zionsville Town Council President Charged With DUI

Zionsville Town Council President Charged With DUI

By Catie Schultz, Staff

October 3, 2017


Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE

Zionsville Town Council President Elizabeth Hopper was arrested last Monday evening on multiple criminal charges due to alleged drunk driving. Hopper faces charges of operating a vehicle with a BAC (blood alcohol content) of 0.15 or higher, operating a vehicle while intoxicated, and public intoxicat...

The Sprinkler System Situation

The Sprinkler System Situation

By Ethan Moore, News Editor

October 3, 2017


Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE

There was no missing the heat wave that swept the Midwest the week before last. With an average high temperature of around 88 degrees Fahrenheit, most students avoided going outside as much as possible. It was not too terribly difficult to remain indoors, for most. That is, however, until the middle o...

Extinguishing Last Years’ Alarms

Extinguishing Last Years’ Alarms

By Sam Shipe, Opinion Editor

September 28, 2017


Filed under NEWS

This school year, ZCS adopted new start times for each of the corporation's schools. Now, high school classes start at 8:30 AM. This also means that students are dismissed at 3:40 p.m, twenty minutes later than last year. At first, many students were  excited about the prospect of sleeping in that extra...

Zi-Awesome-Ville Homecoming Tailgate

By Anna Murphy, Staff

September 21, 2017


Filed under NEWS, Uncategorized

Zionsville High School is having their first ever homecoming tailgate on Friday, September 22, and it is open to all clubs, teams, classes, and faculty departments. To celebrate the homecoming football game and dance, the Zionsville Department is hosting a tailgate for any Zionsville residents. Anybody...

New Program Allows ZCHS Students to Become Math Tutors

New Program Allows ZCHS Students to Become Math Tutors

By Marillyn Heigl, Student Life Editor

September 13, 2017


Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE, STUDENT LIFE

For anyone who is looking for service hours or who enjoys math, some ZCHS students have come up with an activity worth looking into. The idea formed when a number of students began discussing that less and less people enjoy math as they get older, despite how important it still is. As a way to address...

Air Conditioning Catastrophe

Air Conditioning Catastrophe

By Marillyn Heigl, Student Life Editor

August 29, 2017


Filed under NEWS

Anyone who has recently been in the high school, student or faculty, has noticed how hot it has been in the high school. This is not the first time this has happened before, as the air conditioning has broken on multiple occasions, however Monday, August 21 was extremely hard to endure. There are...

Youth Art Month

Youth Art Month

April 11, 2017


Filed under NEWS

Zionsville Community Schools feature student artwork around our community during Youth Art Month every spring. Student artwork is displayed from the elementary school, middle school, and high school level. The art teachers at each school compile the best work to be shown around the downtown Zionsville ...

Russian Hacking

Russian Hacking

By Maya Harris, Copy Editor

March 29, 2017


Filed under NEWS

In July of 2016, the first hacking allegations against Russia emerged. The Democratic National Committee’s computer network was compromised, and the DNC and Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman had documents stolen and leaked to media just before the election.   A Dec. 29 report released by the FBI and the...

Real World ZCHS

Real World ZCHS

By Ava Ritz, Staff

March 29, 2017


Filed under NEWS

Students have grown to know and love the college visits sponsored by the guidance offices. Simply by signing up with your Naviance account, you can attend a presentation in the guidance office given by a college or university. These visits include colleges from Indiana and across the country. The gui...

ISTEP or ILEARN

ISTEP or ILEARN

By Sam Barrett, Staff

February 27, 2017


Filed under NEWS, Uncategorized

It’s that time of the year again. A time that all students dread. ISTEP testing. Although it doesn’t seem like we will be calling it ISTEP for much longer. In an article written by Chelsea Schneider of the IndyStar she states that a panel had met. The panel recommended that the state create a ne...

Cubans stranded in Mexico after policy change

Cubans stranded in Mexico after policy change

By Jack Doverspike, Staff

February 22, 2017


Filed under NEWS

For 20 years the US allowed Cuban civilians to migrate to the US without a visa and stay for a year in order to gain citizenship. This is the “wet-foot, dry-foot” policy. However, former president Barack Obama dropped this policy on Jan. 12, 2017, leaving thousands of Cuban immigrants who migrated...

Fight For Your Rights

Fight For Your Rights

By Marillyn Heigl, Opinion Editor

February 6, 2017


Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE

It all started on January 20, 2017. Towards the beginning of Donald J. Trump’s inaugural address, he spoke about how a very small percentage of Americans have been prospering due to the imbalance of power. “That all changes starting right here and right now because this moment is your mom...

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