Kashvi Khubchandani and Paula Romero 8th Grade December 22, 2020 Christmas is a very joyful time for families all around the world. It is a time for loved ones to come together on a special holiday and enjoy each other’s company. Christmas can be associated with beliefs or religion, but it has always been a time for joy and happiness. People from all around the … Continue reading Christmas Traditions
Catherine Shepard 11th grade December 20th, 2020 As most of you may know by now, it’s about time when 10th graders are making their last revisions on their personal projects before the final product. The year 2020 has had some setbacks altogether but it has not gotten in the way of these personal projects. Similar to last year, they met with their supervisor and analyzed … Continue reading Tenth Grade Personal Projects
This case study will investigate the effects of China’s mandatory stay-at-home orders due to COVID-19 the nation’s air pollution. Continue reading COVID-19 and Air Pollution in China
This case study will investigate the impact of social distancing on social behavior, determining possible changes in society’s social interactions and behaviors during and after the pandemic. Continue reading The Impact of Social Distancing on Social behavior and Psychology
In the 1950s, Martin Luther King Jr. changed history for millions of African Americans. Continue reading Martin Luther King Jr.
Mental health is declining for America’s youth. Mental illness impacts a student’s performance in school and reduces their quality of life. Children need hope, and schools are recognizing the importance of addressing mental health issues, both for academic purposes and to help students realize a brighter future. Continue reading Improving Your Mental Health Through Exercise
Every year, NHS hosts the IIANT winter formal. This year the theme is the 80’s. In honor of the theme, here are some 80’s fashion trends you should rock at the dance! Continue reading 80’s Fun
With the YMCA Youth and Government State Conference approaching in a couple weeks, delegates prepare for their four hour departure from McKinney, Texas to Austin, Texas. Here is what a few delegates say about their upcoming conference! Continue reading Youth and Government Delegates Prepare for State!
In honor of the students’ and staff members’ hard work and effort during semester one, Imagine hosted their annual awards ceremony to recognize them. Continue reading Semester One Awards Ceremony
Last year, Imagine recruited a new member to its team: Officer Janio Lee, our Student Resource Officer (SRO). Now that he’s been at our school for a full year, we decided to speak with him about his experiences, his favorite parts as an SRO, how he feels about the sheltered “bubble” of Imagine, as well as its areas for potential growth. Continue reading Tea with Lee: The Bubble of Imagine