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While working on postcards to send to El Paso, many of the students worked together to come up with some ideas.

PALS sends encouraging words to students in need

Ninety postcards sent to El Paso kids
Meghan Helton, Reporter August 30, 2019

Marina King knew she wanted to do something to make a difference.  El Paso needed as much support as possible following the Wal-Mart shooting that killed 22 people and left 24 others injured.  One...

After the event on August 3, 2019 in El Paso Texas, The PALS teacher, Marina King, had her students work on postcards to send to the survivors.

First Week in Photos

Sheridan Allen, Reporter/Photographer August 28, 2019

Marina King opens the anti-vape assembly

Students Raise Awareness on E-cigarettes

Sheridan Allen, Reporter/Photographer February 8, 2019

 Vaping has slowly become more popular among teens in the past few years. However; according to the National Institute on Drug abuse (NIDA), 13.75% of teens do not know what is inside of their e-cigarettes....

Paraprofessional Larry Foster writes two lightbulbs for his parents.

Donation Time

PALs helps Hospice have a donation-filled holiday season by showing that Rider cares
Chris Greenwood, Reporter December 11, 2015

After requests from Hospice to bring attention to the tree of lights campaign this winter, PALS tried something new. PALS collect donations during lunch and 4th period classes. “Anyone can donate:...

Senior Russell Catletti plays against former Rider students at the Alumni vs. Varsity game

Keep Moving Forward

Senior shares how being different from others did not stop him from keeping his self-esteem up in and out of school
Cintia Vickery, Reporter June 1, 2015
There he stood, watching kids being pushed and shoved against lockers and laughed at. He saw kids with big smiles on their faces, but he knew the hurt behind those smiles. He watched the kids who just blended in, making themselves invisible in a crowd. Kids who never raised their hands in classes because they were too afraid of receiving the label of “Nerd” and “Teacher’s Pet.”
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