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Morgan Selby and Bridget Lary
November 15, 2018

The Greely Performing Arts Center is externally finished, and as of Tuesday, Nov. 13, the adjacent parking lot is open in the mornings allowing for a return to the original bus patterns. For the 17 buses that serve both Greely Middle and High School, there will be a significant change in traffic flow.   This return to the original pick-up and drop-off locations on the Tuttle Road side of the campus will prevent traffic jams with student drivers and school buses--happening in the mornings...

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Kaiyla Delisle, Ranger Review Staff Writer/Social Media Specialist
November 15, 2018

Bienvenue! For 2 weeks, 20 students and 3 teachers from Lycée Edouard Schuré, a school in Barr, France came to America and stayed with host families from Greely. Exchange students observed the daily life of the average Greely student, the culture, and expanded their knowledge about the English language. The exchange students also got to visit  New York City, Boston, Augusta, Quebec and many...

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Tommy Young, Ranger Review Staff Writer
November 15, 2018

Greely Drama’s production of John Cariani’s Almost, Maine will be performed four times over the next few days: once per night from November 15-17 at 8:00 p.m., and once more on November 18 at 2:00 p.m. on the stage in the Greely Auditorium.   Released in 2004 and first performed at the Portland Stage Company to critical acclaim, Almost, Maine has shattered box office records across the country, and in the 2014-15 school year eclipsed William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream...

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In the Spotlight: Assistant Principal Don Gray
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Hazel Ford, Ranger Review Staff Writer
November 8, 2018

Greely graduate Don Gray, 50, recently moved to the Portland area and left his job at Mount Ararat to become the new Assistant Principal here at Greely High School. A navy veteran and experienced assistant principal, he’s working with Principal Mr. Hoffman to update Greely’s learning community and improve student life. He’s eager to get to know both students and faculty and expand opportunities...

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Features

Emily Stinneford, Advice Columnist
November 7, 2018

The Honeybee is a student facilitated advice column for all things Greely. Possible questions could be about clubs, college applications, courses, school dances, spirit week, sports, etc. The purpose of this column is to provide Greely students with answers to commonly asked questions in order to improve their high school experience. Questions and corresponding answers will be anonymously published in the school newspaper. To submit your question, please click Honeybee

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Greely Students Dig Deep to “Smash Stigmas” Surrounding Mental Health
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Emily Stinneford, Ranger Review Staff Writer
October 24, 2018

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Week, River Cochran, a junior at Greely High School, reached out to the Yellow Tulip Project, an organization that focuses on bringing people together to talk about mental health in communities around Maine, to create our school’s very own Tulip Team. River planned and executed the planting of a Hope Garden, the group’s signature activity. Cochran and his friends,...

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