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Fallyn Kowalski

Fallyn Kowalski, Editor-In-Chief, Writer

Fallyn is a senior this year and it is her third year on staff. She is an Editor-In-Chief of StaleyNews.com. She enjoys traveling, reading, walking, and thrifting. Her favorite things are Colleen Hoover books, Crocs, Grey’s Anatomy, and coffee. Her favorite thing about being on staff is sharing people’s stories and opinions through her writing.

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Seniors Share Post-High School Plans

Seniors Share Post-High School Plans

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Staying On Track

Staying On Track

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On the court, sisters senior Ava Gates and sophomore Ella Gates dance Sept. 30 at Park Hill High School during individual districts. Varsity won 6-3. “Having my sister be my doubles partner this year has made me become a stronger player,” Gates said.

Girls Tennis Racks Up Wins

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During the flag football game against North Kansas City High School Sep. 2, the team huddles in discussion. The flag football team lost 6-13. “It was really nice, just playing with them and getting to know them to the level that we did, Katy Taylor said.

Flag Football Reflects On Pilot Season

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 “For The Love of Kansas City,” created by artist Mollie Hanselman, was inspired by the Kansas City skyline. Her design used simple primary colors and shapes. “I hope that because of how simple the shapes are and elementary the color scheme is that they become in tune with their inner child and are able to see the world through them,” Hanselman said.

Hearts Around KC

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Junior Aubrey Williams demonstrates how to incorrectly wear a mask.

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Junior Aubrey Williams demonstrates how to incorrectly wear a mask.

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