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COMET comes to Kerr, opens new community service opportunities

About thirty children line up, entering an apartment building all while being monitored by what seems like supervisors. They’re counted off one by one...twenty three, twenty four, twenty five. After everyone has been accounted for, the door is shut and kids are energetic as deers. They run around but quickly get tamed as the announcers called for snack time. Gogurt and Capri Sun is distributed t…

Read more → November 9, 2016 4:22pm
Yazan Abuashour

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Features

  • Spotlight on Student Council
    Of the several clubs and organizations at Kerr High School, Student Council is the of the most unique in many ways. Pres
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    Q&A with Kathy Nguyen
    Question: What is your favorite movie? Answer: My favorite movie is Up. Q:  If you could be anyone for one day, who wou
  • Business Center receives new counter clerk
    The Business Center has a new counter clerk. Jerry Jackson heard about the opening from a relative that used to work in
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    Q & A with Tonia Momoh
    Question: What’s the best thing that’s happened to you this week? Answer: The best thing that’s happened to me
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    Janet Cruz Returns: Graduate Joins Staff
    August 22 was the first day of high school for Janet Cruz—again. Cruz, a member of the Class of 2014, entered Kerr Hig
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    Q&A with Wadiah Khan
    Question: Where are you from? Answer: I’m from Bangledash. Q: How long have you been in Alief? A: I have been in A

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