Montgomery Blair High School's Online Student Newspaper
Tuesday, August 14, 2018 9:58 am

Charles Kong

Online Op/Ed Editor
Charles Kong loves to play tennis. Actually, he likes to play sports in general. He tries not to procrastinate, but his success rate varies. He likes listening to music and using the computer, and loves Jackie Chan movies. He is super excited for Chips, even though he was forewarned that there's a lot of work involved. Whenever he has time other than doing something he needs to do, he will try to fall asleep on his comfy bed. Sleep is good…

Stories Authored (36)

Time to legalize

The benevolent bag tax

Rising costs, limited access

River of water needs a massive plan

Legal but unethical

Maryland laws are a go

A small but God-like black bag

Earlier is safer

PRO/CON: Voter ID requirements

A dazzling "Crystal Skull"

An alluring "Kingdom"

A dim sum to remember

BOE President Nancy Navarro to run for County Council

Four AP classes to be eliminated

PRO/CON: Curbing parental control

Junior varsity spring sports previews

Kids-only no more

"Jumper" falls flat on its face

Blair workgroup initiates Honors and AP class support program

Three seats on Board of Education to be refilled in 2009

Eight Blazers named candidates in Presidential Scholars Program

"One Missed Call" misses the mark

A canned food drive to feed ourselves

"This Christmas" is sure to be bland

A heartwarming "August Rush"

Fire drill takes place during sixth period

New extended-hours program undoubtedly a plus

Blazers triumph over Titans

Staph infection confirmed in Montgomery County

Panthers crawl past Blazers

Blair topples Knights

Blair tramples Rams

Large class sizes persist despite population drop

Blazers and Rockets end in draw

Blazers surpass Wildcats

"Rush Hour 3" loses its rush

Songs Reviewed (1)

Backstreet BoysHelpless When She Smiles
4 stars

Galleries (2) Teachers

Pictures (3)

Captain Helen Anderson skillfully maneuvers the ball around a Walter Johnson attacker.
Spanish teacher Karla Cuellar returns to Montgomery County after attending Seneca Valley High School.