About Annie Published in The Hiawatha World “Lives are going to change today,” was the first thing teen and youth motivational speaker Jeff Yalden said to an auditorium filled with Hiawatha and Horton high schools and middle school students this past Monday morning. Students who were expecting a boring speaker to take up class . . .
Kailey Davis Cross country is more than just a 3.1 mile race. It is full of individuals striving to do their best not only for themselves, but for their team. Many traits are developed on one’s own, but coaches have a major part in strengthening many of these traits as well, particularly . . .
About Jessica Some Hiawatha students were born at Hiawatha Community Hospital, while others were born in St. Joseph or other surrounding towns. Recently, however, two very different birthplaces were added to that list, as Hiawatha is now the temporary home to two foreign exchange students, Hugo Martel and Elia . . .
About Dillon With the school year underway, many students are struggling to keep their careers at work balanced with their school lives. In some cases the struggle is finding a job, in others the issue is keeping a job and, in another set of circumstances, keeping good grades. According to a poll by the Bureau of Labor Statistic, the number of youths (ages 16 - 24) in the workforce succeeded 23.2 million in July. According to the same poll, however, this number will lower in the coming months, and the main reason for that drop is school. Students are extremely busy. Between learning, studying, participating in activities and doing homework, they may not get a lot of extra time. There is even less extra time if they’re a student with a job. Senior Ashley Reynolds, who works at Gus’ Family Restaurant, reports that she has only half an hour between school and work to do activities. These thirty minutes don’t take into consideration how late she has to stay awake to do homework. Reynolds, on a typical week, will work a total of five shifts each running from four . . .
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