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The Student News Site of North Point High School

North on Point

North on Point

Adianna Lynne

Adianna Lynne, Editor-in-Chief

Hi, my name is Adianna, and as a sophomore, this is my second year in publications. My position is currently Editor-in-Chief, and my goal is to remain in this position until graduation. I have thoroughly enjoyed publications and hope to use the skills that I have obtained in my future.

All content by Adianna Lynne
Teens and adults enjoy the first white Christmas we have had in a long time over winter break.

All that Glitters is Ivory

Adianna Lynne , Editor in Chief
January 3, 2023
Dancers compete with one another in hopes of success, demonstrating their hard work towards the pushing sport.

Dancing Towards New Opportunities

Adianna Lynne , Editor in Chief
December 13, 2022
Candy Cane Grams will be sold soon during WIN Time for anyone interested in purchasing.

Candy Cane Grams

Adianna Lynne , Chief Editor
November 22, 2022
Wentzville welcomes a new park for every resident to enjoy.

Meet us at Oglesby Park

Adianna Lynne , Editor in Chief
November 15, 2022
Mrs. Junker guides her students, building life skills her students will use for the rest of their lives.

Meet Mrs. Junker

Adianna Lynne , Editor in Chief
October 14, 2022
Ms. Shulte is a new English teacher, who hopes to positively impact students.

Meet Ms. Madigan Schulte

Adianna Lynne, Chief Editor
September 29, 2022
A night in Athens, North Points Homecoming, will take place on October 8.

Wentzville welcomes Ancient Greece

Adianna Lynne, Editor-in-Chief
September 19, 2022
Yoga, a piloted course for Physical Education, is set to begin in the coming school year of 2022-2023.

Stretching the Outreach of Yoga 

Adianna Lynne , Design Editor
January 26, 2022
13 December Holiday Night Lights in Wentzville, Missouri features festive Reindeer in their Walk-Through Holiday Experience.

Reining in the Holiday Season

Adianna Lynne , Design Editor
December 15, 2021
Although many costumes depict the attire of Indigenous People, this act is oppressive and reflects ignorance and disrespect amongst its participants.

Masking Cultural Appropriation

Adianna Lynne, Design Editor
October 27, 2021
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