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Kaylee Arnett

Kaylee Arnett was an editor on Manual Redeye during the 2016-2017 school year. She enjoys hiking, swimming, and exploring nature. When she's not out adventuring, she can be found at home with her three dogs.

Students rally before basketball homecoming game

Today's pep rally featured performances by the Dazzlers dance team, the step team and the cheerleaders.

U.S. History teacher draws on backgrounds in international travel, theatre

Before beginning his stint as one of Manual's U.S. History teachers, Dr. Randolph Wieck (Social Studies) traveled extensively abroad and studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.

Manual students honored with namesake planets for science fair success

The International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) recently arranged for two minor planets to be named after Diya Mathur (11, MST) and Sophia Korner (11, MST), who won the Behavioral and Social Sciences category at the 2015 competition.

All JCPS schools to operate under “heightened security level” Friday

Schools will operate under Security Level Three, meaning that all outdoor activities will be cancelled, student movement will be minimized and monitored at all times, and exterior doors will be locked.

DAY 12: Students share resolutions for 2016

Read about seven students' goals for the upcoming year, ranging from maintaining good grades to writing 1,000 words every day to spending more time alone.

DAY 6: Manual students ring in holidays with Christmas cookie traditions

Read about six students' unique Christmas cookie traditions, such as Lilly Jensen's (12, HSU) family's annual sugar cookie decorating party and Shelley Williams' (11, MST) unique recipe for German springerle cookies.

Manual students design school-specific Snapchat filters

Caroline Medley (12, J&C) and Camden Huff (11, J&C) designed school-specific Snapchat filters that allow users of the app to tag their photos on Manual's campus.

Manual students help clean up graffiti at Louisville Islamic Center

Community members of all religions, races, genders and ages came together to help clean up the Center after it was vandalized on Wednesday.

Bellarmine University hosts second annual Outsized Influence Festival

The local music festival returned to provide attendees with a day filled with Louisville art, music and food.

Iraqi teenagers visit Manual journalism program

The Journalism and Communications magnet welcomed the teenagers to their various publication classes.