by Scott Buck Marking films is hard. It requires trust, confidence, management, and above all, time.This is what Independent Film-making aims to teach. The class is taught by Mr. Reagan and is focusing on Hollywood style film-making and developing the skills behind it. The class covers editing, filming techniques, and has its students take in the many rolls of the crew behind a film.A student […]
by Trinity McNally At the Estes Park Bobcats vs. Middle Park Panthers football game on Sept. 11, the Estes Park High School band turned September into December by rocking the bleachers with their performance of Danny Elfman’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas.” With help from the dance team, the band brought the music to life. Junior Kayla Bunton played the part of Jack, and […]
by Sebastian Mohr Estes Park is debating the idea to make Moraine and Riverside into two separate one-way streets, making a loop around downtown known as the Downtown Estes Loop or alternative 1. The town is divided about this issue and is conducting multiple studies with their partners, Central Federal Lands Highway Division (CFLHD) and Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT). The studies will compare the […]
by Dustin Moe The Youth Center is an after school hangout for middle and high schoolers sponsored by the Estes Valley Recreation & Park District. It’s normally open after school until 6:00, and open every day that the Estes Park school district is open. However the youth center hasn’t been open lately due to the fact their Recreation Supervisor & Youth Center Supervisor, […]
by Max Wolter “Not your typical teacher.” -Nathan Zurfluh There’s a new face in the district, and he goes by Mr. Ayala. Ryan Ayala teaches Public Speaking and Drama at Estes Park High School. Ayala chooses to describe his occupation in more illustrious terms.
”I inspire students to great heights in the public speaking and drama arena, and I encourage them to spread […]