The Red & Blue

Steamboat trail promotes community relationships

Taylor Moore April 19, 2021

Constructed around a decade after the founding of Reno in 1868, the Steamboat Ditch and trail are staple historical pieces to the City of Reno. The ditch is an irrigation canal along which hundreds of...

High school athletes commit to colleges and receive athletic scholarships

Gannyn Dunn, Editor April 19, 2021

Juniors and seniors are starting to make or finalize their plans for their lives after high school. Whether it be deciding, applying or committing to colleges, upperclassmen are making choices affecting...

Freshmen’s academic achievements are highlighted in Dean’s List

Delaney Sullivan, Staff Reporter April 19, 2021

Seventy two of the 456 freshmen made the Dean’s List in the first semester. To get on the list, one must earn a 4.0 GPA.  “This year we focused on GPA because we know how hard it has been for students...

Students are becoming involved in politics

Jenna Hale, Staff Reporter April 19, 2021

As more chaotic events happen, political involvement becomes more relevant. At Reno High, students vary on the amount that they are informed with today’s news. “I have some students who are tracking...

Teachers express themselves through classroom decor

Teachers express themselves through classroom decor

Marisa Sandoval, Editor April 19, 2021

Whether it is life size cutouts of historical figures, old huskie gear or scarlet letters, huskie teachers have it all in their classrooms. Adding unique decorations has been a way for many teachers to...

Science classes incorporate hands-on learning at Truckee River

Delaney Sullivan, Staff Reporter April 19, 2021

Although it can be difficult to do off campus activities during the COVID-19 pandemic, science classes have been getting creative. AP Environmental Science as well as Earth Science classes have been taking...

Admin gears up to adapt to shifting COVID-19 protocols

Marisa Sandoval, Editor April 19, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented many challenges for students as well administration. Recently, there have been many changes in the limitations the virus initially caused, that are starting to return...

COVID-19 hinders sports

Lindsey Pyron, Staff Reporter February 25, 2021

COVID-19 has caused many extracurricular activities to be delayed such as winter, fall and spring sports at schools in the Washoe County School District. Although all of these sports seasons were delayed,...

Students miss out on Reno High traditions due to COVID-19

Delaney Sullivan, Staff Reporter February 25, 2021

 The second semester is something Reno High School uses to put on fun events during a typical school year. But due to COVID-19, students are missing out on quite a bit. Many events have been cancelled...

Winter Week continues school spirit festivities

Liam Hayward, Editor February 25, 2021

Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, school dances and spirit appear impossible and seemingly irrelevant, however that is not the case for Leadership. Through careful planning and adjustments, they have been...

Students make New Year’s resolutions to stay motivated

Ella Robnett, Staff Reporter February 25, 2021

When the new year rolls around, it’s common for people to set goals, or new year’s resolutions. Typically, goals and resolutions are set to motivate people through the year. These goals can be small...

Teachers adapt to major curriculum changes

Marisa Sandoval, Editor February 25, 2021

The pandemic has provided almost a year of change for the world, and school's curriculum all over the globe has not been an exception. Teachers have had to continuously alter their assignments as students...

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