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Treats for your reindeer

All purchases were made by the Rider Chronicle Staff.


December 13, 2019

It’s finally the most wonderful time of the year again, and with the holiday season comes many sweets, new and old, that The Rider Chronicle staff could simply not resist. So for this Christmas spin on our favorite food sampling game, we set out to get a taste of winter. Ghirardelli Peppermint Bark Minis Pepper...

A New Face on Campus

Amanda Mann working at her desk.

Mandy Huynh, Reporter

February 22, 2019

Our newest assistant principal, Amanda Mann chose to make the move here when she got some advice about her life from a friend. “One of them said we should make the life we want to live.  So, I decided I wanted to live here with my friends, so I moved in July,” she said. “The job for Rider came...

Capturing Carroll Collectively

Administrative assistant and bookkeeper Montie Carroll takes care of much of the business that keeps the school running.

Brooke Inman, Reporter

September 28, 2015

She arrives at work at 7:15 a.m. every morning. Immediately, she is taking calls and aligning papers for the principal. Administrative assistant and bookkeeper Montie Carroll works at least eight hours every day. Being an administrative assistant, Carroll is responsible for Rider’s budget and ma...

Faculty Members Clear Students Doubts

Karla Alvarado and Reporter

March 28, 2014

Students often have doubts about the differences between AP and regular classes. College/Career counselor Julie Johnson does not believe that superior intelligence is a must to be in pre-AP and AP classes. “It helps to be really smart but you don’t have to be in order to take AP classes because...

To Bond Or Not To Bond

Emily Carroll, Kiersten Scott, Co-Editors

March 14, 2014

On Feb. 26 the school board voted for the new bond proposal. If it passes, Rider and Old High will cease to exist and one new school will be built. This does not mean the old schools will be completely demolished. They will be used for other educational opportunities that have yet to be decided. The...

Coping With Celiac’s

Ashlynn Giles, Reporter

March 14, 2014

It started at Christmas. I passed out in the bathroom and my uncle had to knock the door down. I woke up on the couch with a cold rag on my head. I missed Christmas junior year. I spent it in bed. Sick. Sick wasn’t that unusual for me, but I didn’t understand why. The doctor wanted to...

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