The Prowler

James Hindy

James Hindy, Staff Writer

This is senior James Hindy's second year as a member of The Prowler staff.  He is a staff writer.

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My skills as a writer have improved each year with every teacher I have encountered. However, no room has seen me grow as a writer, a friend, and a teammate more than 703.

703 and me

May 20, 2020
News to eat waffles with

News to eat waffles with

February 28, 2020
The Fayette County Board of Education is discontinuing its use of Blackboard as its universal Learning Management System. After taking many months to come to a decision, the county has chosen to use Schoology next school year.

Blackboard gets schooled

February 28, 2020
A lovely week in news

A lovely week in news

February 15, 2020
Starr’s Mill creative writing class is seeking submissions for the annual MUSINGS literary-art magazine. Students can enter poetry, short stories, essays, photography, or artwork by Feb. 21.

Don’t refuse the muse

February 9, 2020
Whack week in news

Whack week in news

February 8, 2020
T-Posing with the news

T-Posing with the news

February 1, 2020
New year, new headlines

New year, new headlines

January 18, 2020
Thankful for headlines

Thankful for headlines

November 23, 2019
Starr’s Mill students Hannah Ramirez, Peter Beardsley, and Joshua Morales have entered a 30 second film contest in an effort to depict the dangers of riding without a seatbelt. In the video, Morales loses his friend (pictured) resulting from a failure to buckle in.

Your vote affects others

November 20, 2019
Special week in news

Special week in news

November 15, 2019
From Nov. 1 to Thanksgiving Break, Starr’s Mill will host a toy drive for those still recovering from Hurricane Michael. All Beta Club members can bring both a receipt and a gift to room 703, so Mr. Spencer can sign off on hours.

705 toy drive

October 31, 2019
A year after Hurricane Michael made landfall on the Gulf Coast, some Florida residents are no closer to a normal life. Many people are still living in tents while insurance companies make no progress to repair their homes.

Remember the forgotten

October 19, 2019

Fred Talks

October 6, 2019
Meeting with the headlines

Meeting with the headlines

September 20, 2019

Fred Talks

September 17, 2019
Headlines to come home to

Headlines to come home to

September 13, 2019

Fred Talks

August 31, 2019
Bowl full of KICs

Bowl full of KICs

August 23, 2019
Hot week in news

Hot week in news

August 17, 2019
Real Talk

Real Talk

May 17, 2019

Modernizing the Mill

March 24, 2019
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March 6, 2019
Released on Dec. 20, 2010, “Colder Weather” swept the nations radio. By incorporating personal hardship and experience in his music, Zac Brown proved again that Country music’s meaning goes much deeper than the typical thought of the genre.

Colder heart?

December 1, 2018
The aftermath of Michael becomes a reality for those residing in Mexico Beach.  On Oct. 10, the most powerful hurricane on record to hit the Gulf Coast decimated homes, businesses, schools, and the lives of many.

Sand in the wind

October 21, 2018
The 1492 news

The 1492 news

October 6, 2018
Panther Pride marching band member performs the “Fire and Ice” show.” Last weekend the Starr’s Mill marching band competed in the Armuchee Invitational and placed second overall.

Proud of the Pride

October 2, 2018
Sarah DesLaurier

Sarah DesLaurier

September 17, 2018
Media before music

Media before music

September 14, 2018
The Panther Pride marching band performs “The Wedge” as part of this year’s routine. This Friday, the band will recognize all of the students, past and present, who have qualified to march in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Six for six

August 28, 2018
Sporty week in news

Sporty week in news

August 24, 2018
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