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Brook Dryden

Brook Dryden, Broadcast Editor

Favorite part of the staff: Letting people know what is going on around the school, the community, and the world and working with McKenna lol. 

Favorite part of Klein Oak: Getting to see my friends everyday 

Clubs and activities you’re involved in: Strutters 

Words to live by: "Try to make everyday the best day ever." 

Favorite things: My dogs (Hank and Kissa), dance, my family and friends, and Journalism. 


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Not only do the mothers and daughters of NCL get to participate in fun service activities, they also get to look good doing it. Each chapter chooses yearly themes to motivate the members and to lead them in a direction for giving.

[Photo] Teacher of the Year

Matthew Stuckey, Staff Reporter
March 22, 2021
Junior lieutenant Landry Albright and rookie Kylie Stuart are practicing their pom contest routine in the new Strutter studio. The wood flooring allows the dancers to perform to their full potential during practice. The lines also help the dancers stay in formation throughout routines.

Out with the Old and In with the New

Brook Dryden, Staff Reporter
January 25, 2021
According to Pew Research Center Projections, one in ten eligible voters this year are members of Generation Z, up from just 4% in 2016. 2020 marks this first time that many members of this generation will be able to participate in a presidential election.

Political Opinion Pipe Down

Brook Dryden, Staff Reporter
November 2, 2020
English teacher Vanessa Riley gives a sneak peak into her work space. In order to maintain social distancing in her classroom, Riley installed a makeshift barrier to protect herself, her students, and especially her family members.

[Photo] Taking One for the Team

Minha Shabbir, Staff Reporter
October 6, 2020
Besides a day of learning-at-home online assignments, students are finding ways to stay active as well. Some find their workout inspiration from memes.

Battle of the Bulge

Brook Dryden, Staff Reporter
April 10, 2020
During her Strutter class period, freshman Meredith Carrasco practices her turning center leap. This advanced leap is a part of the team jazz choreography.

Kickin’ It to Win It

Brook Dryden, Staff Reporter
January 30, 2020
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