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Farewell Ouray School Class of 2023

The Ouray High School class of 2023 graduates on May 28 at 1 pm in Fellin Park. Would you like to know their plans?

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So long for now photo

So Long, for Now

Here is a list, in no particular order, of all the things I don’t like about journalism:
Collaborating children

A Reflection as School Winds Down

I got a call last night from my friend freshman Oliver Colaw. At the time I was eating a bowl of leftovers while watching some highlights of Jimmy Butler laying waste to the Celtics’ hopes of getting to the finals. I answer the call: “Hey.”
Reading Buddies

Elementary and High School Reading Buddies

Over three Thursdays in April and May, high school students read books with 2nd, 3rd, and 4th graders for a half hour per session. I was paired up with Calvin, a 3rd-grader whose book of choice was Diary of a Wimpy Kid. I learned a lot about Calvin, who likes to read and has an older brother.
Mica aims and fires

May Mayhem

Every high schooler was in agreement that it had been a long week. But it turns out that this kind of week provides unexpected delights. What I’m saying is that on Thursday, May 11, there was a snowball fight through the high school hallways.
Working at Brewery

Summer Plans Take Shape

As the Ouray School calendar winds down, students have their summer plans foremost in mind. Traveling, working, sports, and hanging out are the sought-after activities that students are looking forward to.


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