The Pacer

Dance All Night

Dance All Night

Brendan O'Brien, Managing editor

April 17, 2015

While other schools have been hyped up with excitement regarding Turnabout or another seasonal dance in recent years, Rolling Meadows has only dreamed of having such an event. This year, however, there will be a spring dance for the first time in four years. “Meadows Fest” will be held tonight,...

Staying gold

Staying gold

Ellen Krebs, News editor

February 25, 2015

Originally, students would have to wait for a 25 minute period before leaving seminar. But upperclassmen who have achieved high grades have been rewarded with the opportunity to gain some of those minutes back. Juniors and seniors who have received A’s and B’s during first semester are now being...

Century of success

Century of success

Sahil Shah, Business manager

February 23, 2015

100 years ago, in a township not so far away, a district was born. Founded in 1914, District 214 has been inspiring students and teachers alike for a century. The District has come a long way since its inception; District 214 is the second largest high school district in Illinois, now educating 12,000...

PAC-ing it up

PAC-ing it up

Frank Bruno, Editorial Cartoonist

February 4, 2015

There aren’t many classes that can provide an on-site experience in order to teach students about its key concepts. The Practical Architecture Construc- tion (PAC) class definitely delivers. This course teaches what goes into building a common family residence and shows students how to work with different...

Power up

Power up

Ellen Krebs, News editor

February 4, 2015

Next year, Rolling Meadows High School (RMHS) will be introducing new classes with transferable college credit. “Before, we didn’t have any dual credits in the core [subjects], so we have dual credit opportunities in, say, our Prostart students,” Principal Eileen Hart said. “This is an expansion...

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