Coping Without a Cell Phone: Is It Possible?

By Hunter Parish and Jacob Dunn, Staff Writers

February 1, 2017

Filed under News, Student Style

The students of Old Mill may not be tempted to use their cell phones throughout the day, while others can be on it all day and night. There are many different reasons for using cell phones including to text people, ...

Family Connection > WiFi Connection

By: Sam Hall and Natalie Dame, Satff Writers

December 21, 2016

Filed under Student Style

Imagine you are driving late at night on an empty road when your car breaks down. It’s cold, rainy, and there’s nobody around you to help. The closest gas station is two miles away, and so, having no other choice, you walk...

Cellphones and Stress

By Steven Andersen, Ian Murphy, Ben Winstead, and Jacob Kay, Staff Writers

December 20, 2016

Filed under News, Student Style

Cellphones can cause major stress in your life at home, school, or on social media. At home you can lose touch with family members. In school you can become distracted and fall behind. On social media, issues can be started betwee...

Are You Addicted to Your Cellphone?

Hailey Hatchell and Joel Carr, Staff Writers

December 20, 2016

Filed under News, Student Style

“Yes, I am extremely addicted to my phone.” said Cassandra Gamache, sophomore at Old Mill. “Yes.” said Mrs. Durka, Tech Ed teacher at Old Mill. “Sort of.” said Austin McDonald, junior at Old Mill. “I’m...

OMHS Classroom Cell Phone Policy: Controversial and Polarizing

Joel Carr, Chase Bentley, Devin McCants, Hailey Hatchell, Staff Writers

December 20, 2016

Filed under News, Student Style

The Cell phone policy at Old Mill High School is a very controversial thing, with some teachers allowing them and others restricting them. Mrs. Kraus and Mrs. Ortiz are two totally different teachers, with one being strict and...

Pep Rally Antics

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Game of the Year

Vincent Moreland, Staff Writer

January 21, 2016

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Sports, Student Style, Uncategorized

  It was a sellout crowd in Fort Meade, Maryland, as the Old Mill Patriots squared off against the Meade Mustangs. On Friday January 15th, Old Mill pulled off the upset by defeating the reigning state champions, with a 76-...

Old Mill Wish List

Noah Ferguson, Staff Writer

January 21, 2016

Filed under News, Opinion, Student Style

Imagine a perfect Old Mill High, you not only can bear going to school, but you actually start to like and look forward to school. Sounds way too good to be true, but it does help us moving forward, finding out what the students...

Look At Your Grades Like Money!

Deja Kelly, Staff Writer

January 14, 2016

Filed under Student Style

If your grade percentages in class were the amount of money you would make for the rest of your life would you be happy? Students, if the grades that you have currently, were the money that you would make at the end of every...

Being New At Old Mill High

Kathy Perdomo, Staff Writer

January 14, 2016

Filed under Student Style

Transferring to a new school in the middle of the first semester is not easy. Finding my way around Old Mill was very confusing and frustrating. Coming from a school that was three floors high and classrooms ranging from numbers...

Enjoyable holiday times of 2k15

December 16, 2015

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What are you thankful for this year?

November 30, 2015

Filed under Student Style

  We asked Old Mill Students what they were thankful for this thanksgiving. this is what we got... "I'm thankful for having amazing friends and having supportive parents" - Carly Pennell 10th Grade "I'm Thankful for m...

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