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Column: The Cheer Life – Getting to Know Each Other

A. Myers, Staff Cartoonist

January 6, 2020

Bonding Bonding with your team is the most important thing in cheerleading. It determines on how well you compete with your team or how you treat each other. It will affect how you do things if you don't get along. That's w...

Column: The Cheer Life – Expensive, but worth it

A. Myers, cartoonist

January 6, 2020

Cheerleading attire and costs The first thing that we do once we make the cheer team is get fitted for our uniforms and camp wear, and then we pay for it. We have to try on sports bras, spandex, sleeves, skirts, tops, warm up...

Where Service Animals are Allowed

R, Chehab

January 6, 2020

Many places allow customers to bring their service animals with them, however, they have strict rules. Contrary to popular belief, emotional support animals are not treated similarly to service animals, and are not allowed in...

Don’t Blink – Almost Extinct: Koalas

Reagan C., Senior Staff Writer, Producer

January 6, 2020

On November 26, 2019, 80% of koalas' habitats were destroyed in New South Wales, Australia. Approximately 1,000  koalas have been killed due to an Australian bushfire. One specific koala has had so much attention these past few week...

Don’t Blink – Almost Extinct

Reagan C., Senior Staff Writer, Producer

January 6, 2020

These next few weeks of school I am going to be telling you about some of the most endangered species. You are going to read everything from different types of tigers all the way to Chimpanzees. Don’t forget to come back eve...

Gaming with Sai

Isaiah E., Staff Researcher

January 6, 2020

Opinions expressed in this column belong solely that of the author and do not necessarily represent the position of RO:In the Know or its other staff members.  Playstation vs. Xbox If you are a gamer in the console world then you have to kno...

PokéPlace: The Grass IS Greener

Helena L., Staff Cartoonist, Senior Staff Writer

January 6, 2020

Grass types are one of the core types when starting your game. After the water and fire starters, there’s grass. In total, there are 119 Pokémon. This means that grass types are the third most common type. Comparing stats...

PokéPlace: I cH2Oose You!

Helena L., Staff Cartoonist, Senior Staff Writer

January 6, 2020

This week’s topic is water Pokémon. When choosing your starter, a water Pokémon is available, the water starter countering fire. Basically, when referring to water types, they come off as more of the defensive type. In to...

PokéPlace: Game On

Helena L.

January 6, 2020

When starting up a new Pokémon game, you can choose between three starter Pokémon. This Pokémon will be beneficial for your journey. One is fire, one is water, and one is grass. If you keep up with the news and games, you’...

PokéPlace: Bug Life

Helena L.

January 6, 2020

For this week, we’ll be discussing bug-type Pokémon. For starters, people don’t usually think twice about choosing the creatures. Maybe people don’t like bugs? Or perhaps, maybe they don’t think they’re good enough?...

PokéPlace: Ice Pokémon

Helena L., Staff Cartoonist, Senior Staff Writer

January 6, 2020

Hello! For this week, we’ll be discussing ice Pokémon! In my opinion, they’re one of my favorite types, not only in terms of design, I just think they’re neat! Because they’re strong against: grass, dragon, ground, and...

Welcome to PokéPlace

Helena L., Lead Staff Cartoonist

December 11, 2019

The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed in the text belong solely to the author, and not necessarily to RO:In the Know. Getting straight to the point, Pokémon is about catching, training, and battling other Pokémon. There’s tons ...

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