The student-run online newspaper for Starr's Mill High School

The Prowler

The student-run online newspaper for Starr's Mill High School

The Prowler

The student-run online newspaper for Starr's Mill High School

The Prowler

U.S. history teacher and varsity boys basketball coach Joshua Reeves sits at his desk with “To Kill A Mockingbird” by Harper Lee. The book focuses on racism in the 1930s and how a small family navigates the struggle between right and wrong in the South.

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Joslyn Weber, Editor
January 20, 2022
English teacher Nancy Close holds up one of her favorite books, “A Prayer from Owen Meany.” The book is about two best friends living life together during the 1950s.

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Allyssa Daigle, Staff Writer
December 3, 2021
Media specialist Rick Wright sits and records the Ex Libris Book Club Teasers podcast. The podcast is just one of many projects Wright is doing to encourage students to read.

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Adeline Harper, Staff Writer
November 16, 2021
Forensic science teacher Jessica Tatum reads “Cometh the Scythesman,” a book only available online that explores good overcoming evil.

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MacKenzie Jadick, Staff Writer
October 4, 2021
Assistant band director Bert Groover holds his favorite book “Ender’s Game.” He enjoys reading about the characters and the storyline that takes place in outer space.

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Allyssa Daigle, Staff Writer
September 16, 2021
Spanish teacher Laura Alldredge read “Dont give the enemy a seat at your table by Louie Giglio. The book discusses not allowing negative thoughts like fear, insecurity, and anxiety to get into one’s mind.

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Mateya Petrova, Staff Writer
September 2, 2021
English teacher Tara Burnette is re-reading “Beach Music by Pat Conroy. The book follows a father character and his journey through his past.

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Ashton Lewandowski, Staff Writer
August 24, 2021
Principal Allen Leonard sits at his desk with “Gang Leader for a Day” by Sudhir Venkatesh. The book goes through a sociological study focused on the function of Chicago street gangs within the urban poor societies.

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Joslyn Weber, Staff Writer
May 23, 2021
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