It was a week that began with a full moon and ended with Friday the 13th. The week before, our school secretary joked that we all needed to prepare for a doozy of a week. Little did we know it would literally be the last week of traditional school.
For many teachers and students, last week served as the most unusual and uncertain spring break in history. As a teacher and communications director for our school, I teach five classes and handle the school’s publications and social media. I spent my spring break walking my dog, doing spring cleaning, spending quality time with family […]
A video letter to the Class of 2020 by Central High School senior, Molly Jane St.Clair
Taking one for the team may mean foregoing the rest of their senior year–from sports to prom and even graduation
When my Daddy left this world four years ago, he left a permanent scar on my heart, but I will not allow his absence on this Earth rob me of his everlasting presence in my life.
So I bought the shirt because I knew I should, would feel guilty if I didn’t. Then, I logged onto FB and saw all these posts asking me to re-post so people know I’m listening. Suicide Awareness. Apparently, Sept. 22 is the one day we humans are to stop and show awareness for this act […]
with much ease a woman can be pleased a morning kiss a morning embrace a whisper in the ear a steamy message on the bathroom mirror a midday call with simple thoughts of longing fresh petals picked from the yard or a late afternoon stroll or a picnic dinner in the park a massage of […]
Despite my Kentucky Baptist upbringing and my barefoot baptism in the muddy river that kisses the small country park in Cadiz, I joined a methodist church years ago because it was a church that my husband would attend. I thought it important that we church together, but years have past and our daughter is now […]