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Workshop stresses "giving back"

Workshop stresses “giving back”

Posted on January 6, 2014
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Written by Brandon McClung, The Eagle Online Video Editor

“It is important, no matter what you do in life, to give back.” This seemed to be the common theme in the sessions in a recent workshop held here at Obama by the Alpha Kapa Alpha Sorority. Obama hosted a workshop where one of the... Read more »

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Yes, the middle school has a book club, too

Yes, the middle school has a book club, too

Posted on December 21, 2013
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Written by Tayde McDonald, The Eagle Online Editor/Reporter

Too many students have been disappointed ever since Mr. Dumbroski’s College-Bound Reading Club was cancelled. Since then, freshman students have found a remedy for their need of book discussions through Mr. Dennlinger and Ms. Sirio’s... Read more »

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Boys Hoopers Shoot Past Greenfield

Posted on December 10, 2013
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Written by Lynne Laffey, The Eagle Staff Reporter

The middle school boy’s basketball team beat Greenfield on Monday 37-26. It was a great game to watch. Greenfield killed the foul shots, scoring almost everyone, but Obama was even better with their 3 point shots. The boys were winning... Read more »

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MS Teacher Feature: Mr. Mathews

MS Teacher Feature: Mr. Mathews

Posted on November 17, 2013
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Written by Aziaha Robinson, The Eagle Senior Writer

“If you and your friends are ever in the woods and encounter a bear, don’t worry about outrunning the bear; just make sure you outrun your friend.” Says middle school English teacher Mr. Mathews. Mr. Mathews is a new face here... Read more »

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Run, Jayla Run!

Run, Jayla Run!

Posted on October 23, 2013
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Written by Daijha McClain and Courtney Harris, Obama Eagle Staff Reporters

Obama’s middle school has an inspiring track star, Jayla Ellis.  Over the summer, Jayla ran in the North Carolina A&T Track Championships. She came in first place for the long jump and 8th place for the 400 meter dash. “This... Read more »

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Middle school students commit to ending hunger

Middle school students commit to ending hunger

Posted on October 20, 2013
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Written by Martinea Goss, The Eagle Online Staff Reporter

Millions of people suffer from hunger worldwide. People focus on those starving in other countries, but little do they know, there are people suffering right in our communities. Some people don’t have enough to help though. This... Read more »

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Mixed results for MS volleyball teams against Sterrett; boys win and the girls lose

Mixed results for MS volleyball teams against Sterrett; boys win and the girls lose

Posted on October 2, 2013
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Written by Martinea Goss, The Eagle Staff Writer

The Pittsburgh Obama Middle School girls volleyball team took a tough loss against the Sterrett Cougars. “I’m very disappointed,” Ajelore Gant said. “We were so close. We lose to Sterrett a lot and I thought this time... Read more »

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MS girls volleyball lose the opening game 25-16

MS girls volleyball lose the opening game 25-16

Posted on September 26, 2013
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Written by Tyraea Gilliam for The Eagle Online

The middle school volleyball team had their first game against Sunnyside on Monday. While the girls lost their opener 25-16, Ajelore Gant felt pleased about how things went, saying, “ I think we did good. I just think we need more... Read more »

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MS Girls’ Soccer Will Not Go to Championships

MS Girls’ Soccer Will Not Go to Championships

Posted on May 20, 2013
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Written by By Obama Eagle Staff Reporter Sophia Kachur

The game on Friday ensured that the girls’ soccer team would not be going to the championships. The whole game started off on the wrong foot, though. First, Brookline’s team was late.  Then, because the game had to be started,... Read more »

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Do The Write Things

Posted on May 20, 2013
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Written by Daijha McClain and Courtney Harris, The Eagle Staff Reporters

“Do the write things”.  To many this is a Spike Lee movie, but to Ms. Greens 8th grade students its more than that.  Many of her students entered the contest but only seven students won. Rose Lachoppa, Aaliyah Garrett, Taylor... Read more »

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