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Winter Sports Recap

As the winter sports season comes to an end, let us review our winter athletes’ accomplishments this year. Winter sports include Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Wrestling, Indoor Track and Field, and Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving.  Basketball The Men’s JV basketball team finished with a 5-10 record. Our Varsity Men’s team has a 14-9 overall record. Varsity began playoffs

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Celebrating Black History at Apex

Black History Month is the annual celebration of the achievements of African Americans and all their importance in America’s history. This month started out just as a week, but eventually, in 1970 became an entire month. Ever since 1976, every president has recognized this month, even though it started in 1915, by Carter G Woodson, an American author, journalist, historian

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Groundhog Day

By: Amber Wilson Six more weeks of winter have been announced this Groundhog Day! Punxsutawney Phil and Sylvia the Apex Armadillo both saw their shadows yesterday, and have agreed that the cold weather will stick around a little longer.  Groundhog Day originated from various celebrations of the midway point between the winter solstice and the spring equinox. It was believed

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Rise As One, Apex Women’s Basketball

By: Allison Hurley Winter sports season has officially begun and our Apex Women’s Basketball teams are off to a great start. Both the Varsity and Junior Varsity (JV) have talented leadership. Varsity is coached by the experienced Coach Michael and JV is coached by Coach Holmes. Varsity is led by three captains, Maddie Degnan, Bailey Sigmon, and Ada Anorve. JV

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Wage Increase for School Employees

By: Allison Hurley For decades school employees across the country have asked for higher wages. On Tuesday, November 2, 2021 the Wake County School Board of Education approved a wage increase for full and part-time employees, but many are asking, is it enough? Through the COVID-19 pandemic teachers have had more work than previous years. They adjusted to teaching online

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