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Schilly’s Silly Style

Marandah Mangra-Dutcher, Staff Writer

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Mark Schillerstrom, an English teacher who teaches Advanced Integrated Language Arts (AILA), Cross Currents, and Sports Competition, has acquired a tradition that amuses most of his students.  He attempts to wear a different Christmas tie each day before winter break in December. The amount of ties he has acquired over the years is impressive, with over twenty ties.

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Marandah Mangra-Dutcher, Staff Writer

Marandah Mangra-Dutcher is a Sophomore and this is her first semester on Newspaper. She is very involved in band and in her opinion, it’s very cool....

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