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Spalding’s New Senior Mentors

This year a select few of Spalding’s seniors are reaching out to the Freshmen class through Senior Mentoring, a program designed to help guide the Class of 2017 through their first year of high school. Beginning last year with just a single homeroom, the program has doubled in size, now with a total of 36 […]

A “Grande” Debut

Ariana Grande is a singer/songwriter with an astonishing amount of accomplishments on her resume for a 20-year-old. She first appeared in the entertainment industry at the age of fifteen when she played the role of Charlotte in the Broadway musical  “Thirteen.” After starring in the musical she auditioned for the Nickelodeon show “Victorious” as Cat […]

Gun control in Maryland, what does it really mean?

On October 1st the state of Maryland saw a host of new legislation become law. There were laws regarding texting and driving and new seat belt  regulations, but the most talked about of these new laws is a set of gun control laws known as the “Firearms Safety Act.”  This act comes just a few months […]

2013 Government Shutdown

  From October 1, 2013 to October 16, 2013, the government announced its shutdown because of disagreements over debt. The government shutdown was a result of House of Representatives and the Senate going disputing about the budget. Since the government overspent the budget, they had to decide whether to extend the current budget or pass […]

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Class Color Day 2013

05 October 2013

Thursday October 3rd was Spalding’s Class Color Day for 2013. This year, the freshmen were yellow, the sophomores blue, the juniors orange, and the seniors green. Everyone, from freshmen to seniors, was eager to show class spirit; there were several crazy outfits in all colors.   The highlight of the day was, of course, Powder […]

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Make Everyday Count

02 October 2013

October 2nd saw the second day of Spalding’s Spirit Week, “Make Everyday Count” day. Students came to school dressed in all black to show school unity as they honored the legacy of Coach Mike Whittles, who passed away a little over a year ago. His famous slogan, “make everyday count” has become a well-known phrase among […]

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Character Day 2013

02 October 2013

Monday October 1st was the kick off day to this year’s spirit week and a great start to the week. During Spalding’s character day, students came dressed in costume as any character, fictional or otherwise. While most of us may have lost count of the number of Batmans at today’s festivities, there were tons of […]

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Pope Francis: A Papacy of Firsts

15 April 2013

The Sede is Vacante no longer. After Pope Benedict XVI’s historic resignation from the papacy, a new pope has been elected, one who may prove to be just as memorable as his predecessor. Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, now more widely known as Pope Francis, was elected on March 13, 2013 in the late evening, Rome time. […]

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Photography Club

12 March 2013

If you are friends with a camera and take a picture of everything in sight, photography is the right club to join. Every 2 weeks the club joins to share what pictures they have taken of the subject that was assigned during the previous meeting. They either send it in through Haiku or bring them […]

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The Spalding Spirit

The Spalding Spirit is a newspaper published for Spalding students, by Spalding students, that covers everything from Cavalier sports to National news. The newspaper is run and contributed to by the students in Spalding’s Newspaper Club, along with students from Mrs. Mullin’s Journalism class. This is the first year of Spalding Spirit’s online format, and we’re hoping to make it a successful, growing chapter in the paper’s history.