By Josh Evans, Staff Reporter, and Grace Fields, Online Editor-in-Chief Net Neutrality is a very important thing to us today. It allows us to freely access the internet without charging us for high-quality delivery or giving preferential treatment to certain websites. However, it seems that it is going to end very soon as the FCC
By Grace Fields, Online Editor-in-Chief Ladies, the year is 2018. We’ve come a long way to get to where we are now. We can vote, we can work, we can become leaders, and we’ve earned more rights than what we had a hundred years ago. However, we have a few problems that you would think
By Ainsley Cummings, Knightly News Staff Writer Thomas Dale Swimming, a very young program at Dale, excelled this season. They have many different swimmers who swim year round for swim teams such as NOVA and Poseidon. These swim teams have shaped these swimmers into exceptional athletes which has helped grow the swim program here at
The following student athletes signed National Letter of Intent or Celebratory Letters in a ceremony in the Main Campus Library on Wednesday, Feb. 7. Family members, friends and fellow team members gathered in a well-attended celebration at 2:15 on Wednesday. Cameron Brink – Methodist University, lacrosse Elijah Burns – William & Mary, football Drew Camp
By Mariah Granai, Knightly News Sports Editor Thomas Dale Indoor Track traveled to the Arthur Ashe Center in Richmond on Wednesday, Jan. 10. Kevin Gotay, senior, raced 500m at the meet. “Whenever I race, I’m usually the smallest or the slowest,” Kevin said. “I was really nervous. I started on the farthest lane and got
On Thursday, Jan. 11, the orchestras of Thomas Dale High School and Elizabeth Davis Middle School traveled to three Chesterfield County elementary schools to share their talent. “Fifth graders from all over the county got a chance to hear and see the orchestra instruments up close,” said Chris Johnston, Dale music faculty. He added that
By Christian Garcia, Knightly News Section Editor Jan. 1, 2018 Since January is National Book Month, the TDHS library decided to go all out this month. They have several activities at both campuses. At Main Campus the staff is organizing a TDHS book, but they need students to submit their short stories, art, photography, and
Thomas Dale Theatre presents AIDA Thursday, Nov. 16 Friday, Nov. 17 Saturday, Nov. 18 All Shows at 7 pm TDHS Main Campus Large Auditorium Nov. 16 Tickets: $5 Nov. 17 & 18 Tickets: $10 Photos courtesy of TDHS Performing Arts Department
“My grandma told me to wear this because she always read me stories like Clifford the Big Red Dog when I was little.” Makayla Hodge (10) “I really like the musical Heathers.” Zoe O’Neal (10) Photos by Grace Fields, Online Editor in Chief, & Lauren Mantzouris, Knightly News Staff Reporter. Quotes recorded by Lauren Mantzouris.
Photos by Lauren Mantzouris & Janelle Vargas, Knightly News Staff Reporters.
“I chose to be a pineapple for tropical day because it’s my favorite tropical fruit.” Mallory Lenz (10) “My tropical look was inspired by the dad shirts I had in my closet and my mom’s old leis from her ’20’s.” Lexi Theriault (12) Photos by Grace Fields, Knightly News Online Editor-in-Chief, Lauren Mantzouris, Knightly News