VSCO Girls: What was once a photo editing app is now a lifestyle trend

Hannah Plummer, Rampage Editor-in-Chief

November 4, 2019

The term “VSCO girls” is taking over the internet. There are memes and TikTtoks being made everyday about what a “VSCO girl” is. People are using this term to describe the way girls these days are dressing, what they’r...

Students explore jazz genre

Lizzy Kunze, Rampage Staff Reporter

November 4, 2019

A lot of students don’t fully understand what jazz is and what kind of jazz classes Southeast Polk has to offer for students. The high school has three jazz bands: Jazz 1, 2 and 3. Senior Lucas Bernholtz plays trumpet for Jazz 1 and has ...

Coming to America

Coming to America

November 4, 2019

Standards-referenced grading takes a step forward

Lizzy Kunze, Rampage Staff Reporter

October 28, 2019

Standards-referenced grading is a new movement  being used in some classes this year that measures students’ progress toward meeting standards. Instead of using a traditional 100 point scale, the new system uses a 1 to 4 scale...

Photography classes build their own pinhole cameras

Abbie Banyas, Rampage Arts + Culture Editor

October 28, 2019

The photography class started their semester by making pinhole cameras. Art teacher Anne Otte has been teaching the class for 12 years and hopes this project will prepare students for the rest of the semester. “I want stu...

Guys and Dolls Coming Soon

Abby VanHorn, Rampage Feature Editor

October 28, 2019

On November 15, 16 and 17 Southeast Polk High School will be putting on the annual fall musical. This year’s musical is Guys and Dolls. The musical’s director is Choir Teacher Jamie Logan. “This Broadway musical tells the overlapping...

Inside the Harbor

Inside the Harbor

October 25, 2019

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