McNicholas families celebrate Christmas with unique traditions

Christmas is right around the corner, and McNick families are preparing with a few odd traditions. After asking around, the Milestone compiled the top four unique Christmas traditions. Pickle Ornaments                  Sophomore Katie Schoolfield’s family gathers around the Christmas tree at her grandpa’s house to search for two non-traditional ornaments: Two pickles, a big one and … More McNicholas families celebrate Christmas with unique traditions

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How much do you know? Milestone reviews major events of the past

Every year, the anniversaries of days gone by come around such as the attack on Pearl Harbor, the assassination of a beloved President, and the first man on the moon. All of those days shaped the United States and made it the nation it is today. They range from the saddest moments to times for … More How much do you know? Milestone reviews major events of the past

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Dive into these 10 books in the McNicholas library

Before school, after school, and during both lunches, the McNicholas Library is buzzing with activity. As the center of the school, it is a favorite place for Rockets, filled with young adult books to meet the preferences of all students. But which books are the best to read? With the help of librarians Mrs. Anne … More Dive into these 10 books in the McNicholas library

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McNicholas Band marches to Championships

The McNicholas Marching Band, directed by Mr.Keith Nance, recently attended the Class A Championships at Norwood’s Shea Stadium in early November. The band consists of 25 members, including seven percussionists, five saxophonists, three trumpeters, two clarinetists, one bass clarinetist, one flutist, and one player each of French horn, tuba, and trombone. With a theme of … More McNicholas Band marches to Championships

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