OBOB is a statewide reading program. Every Tuesday and Thursday at 2:15 Amy Mitchell, coach of the OBOB team and science teacher, and her class delve into their reading to discuss the 12 assigned books.
Editor William Anderson argues that the daunting perceptions that many students have of AP Classes limit their potential. The AP title has become negatively charged to the extent that it scares off students from undertaking beneficial experiences.
Every other Thursday RPA's musicians gather in front of the elevator of the Glacier building to preform live music. In this Audio Story author Sanoma Blakeley interviews members of the Herd of Funk Band. This Audio Story also includes exerpts from past performances, which include songs by The Shins and The Beatles.
The Redmond Proficiency Academy offers an opportunity for students to take classes at the Central Oregon Community College for both high school and college credit. This story shows what the Expanded Options program is and interviews a student who is currently making the most of this program.
Redmond Proficiency Academy Spanish Instructor, Troy Longstroth, and 11 student worked from May 31st - June 15th, 2017 on biuding a tiny house. The tiny house will be auctioned off to help fund a service trip to Mexico during spring break of 2018.
Join Ms. Herauf's Forensic Science Class on a field trip to the Bend Crime Lab, with interviews from Ms. Herauf, Juniors Sean Seamon and Ella Close. Listen to their experiences, views and what they enjoyed about this unique field trip.
During the summer of 2017, the RPA high school campus was renovated. Through student and staff interviews, staff writer Sanoma Blakeley discusses some of the benefits to this remodel. Blakeley also highlights how the new renovation helps represent RPA as a 21st Century high school.