The Red & Blue

COVID-19 hinders sports

Lindsey Pyron 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 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 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...

Activities and extracurriculars shift due to COVID-19

Lindsey Pyron December 12, 2020

Leadership, student elections and the student council have all been affected by COVID-19 just like many other classes this year. Leadership normally has more things to do, but due to safety restrictions,...

An empty classroom, a common sight during full-distance learning.

The hybrid model provides challenges

Bliss Quilici Quain, Staff Reporter December 12, 2020

The hybrid model comes with its challenges. The difference between the years before, is that there are  now distance days. Distance days are when students learn from home, and don’t get to attend in...

Teachers are finding ways to engage students virtually

Jenna Hale December 12, 2020

As 2020 presents more challenges, teachers are adapting to the constant change in their schedules, and working towards having productive and effective classrooms, even with the obstacles this year presents.  Teachers...

Leadership is having to alter and adjust their events

Taylor Moore December 12, 2020

The school year is often littered with plans and events, sports games and dances, and many other activities planned for students. But this year, events can’t happen the same way, so people are having...

JROTC and other staff and students provide meals for families in need

Huskies give back to the community during the holidays

Delaney Sullivan December 12, 2020

The holidays can be a stressful time for families, especially amidst a pandemic. With many jobs being lost during this pandemic, money can be tight, making it difficult for some families to put food...

The cheer uniforms include mask this year, as a safety protocol.

Athletes juggle school and sports complications

Ella Robnett December 12, 2020

Despite the current COVID-19 pandemic, and the new hybrid learning model, athletics have begun again. Since the start of practice, one prominent issue for sports teams has been following social distancing...

Junior Betsy Butler's ring collection, which she hand makes and sells.

Students utilize their creativity to make money

Marisa Sandoval, Editor December 12, 2020

Whether it's through painting or working in fashion, students have found various creative outlets to center themselves during unprecedented times. During lockdown in the spring, many found themselves bored...

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