Category Archives: Polar Bears
By Harmony Slankard and Lauren Ceglia. Instagram, Facebook, Kik, Vine, Tumblr are all social networks used by students. Is technology getting in the way of schoolwork? Not getting enough sleep to be ready for the day leaves us exhausted, not
By Noah Johnson and Braden Finley. These are exciting times at Mesa, Thanksgiving is behind us, and the Mesa Bear challenge is just right around the corner. The new Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) has created a warrior dash on the
By Sydney Bridgman and Allie Korenic. Many people write poetry and wish to share it, but not very many people have the opportunity to. On Oct. 29, at 2pm, in the commons, the winners of Mrs. Hulley’s classes went and
By Peyton Cronce and Kaitlyn Martin. Recently the 7th grade Polar team went to International Towne. The question is, are the students enjoying their trip there? Many students have said they they didn’t enjoy it and some are saying they
By Ana Vier and Ashley Frasersmith Ms.Cordes is a P.E. teacher for the Polar Bear team and Panda Bear team. She is the teacher that is fun, active, athletic, and much more. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh.
By Molly Wagner and Megan Liestman. Loren and Jenna Hardy are the identical twins of the Polar pod. Even though they are identical twins, they are completely different people. Loren Hardy, the oldest twin by two minutes, plays the piano, and
By Heaven Thomas and Lily Mason. Many students at Mesa Middle School know Mr. Morken as a fun and amusing health teacher. One of Mr. Morken’s unique qualities is seeing if a student will “call out” on him if he