Glitter and photographs on poster board. Descriptions written out in marker. Pages of typed text glued next to more photos.
Students in Kristy Kleespies class at Brookings-Harbor High School recently made projects for a health and wellness fair that took place on Monday and Tuesday. Kleespies invited members of the community to help grade the projects the students had worked on.
A lot of young people dream of appearing on television or the movies, but not everyone gets their 30 seconds of fame.
Megan Hulen, 14, a freshman at Brookings-Harbor High School, will be making her television debut today (Sept. 26) at 5 p.m. on the Hub Network’s First Annual Halloween Bash, a holiday variety show hosted by Kenan Thompson. The show includes a costume contest with a winner from each state; Megan is the winner from Oregon and will be appearing in the “everyday stuff” category.
Brookings-Harbor High School students study the basics of airplane navigation during a visit to the Brookings Airport this week. The Pilot/Don Iler
About 120 freshmen from Brookings-Harbor High School learned about aviation first hand during a field trip to the Brookings Airport this week.
The field trip, sponsored by the Brookings Flying Club, is intended to spark interest in aviation and aviation careers with students, and to encourage students to apply for the club’s scholarship in the future.