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Young Democrats of Manual were inspired to contribute to government on a local level after Jerry Abramson came to speak about the importance of civic engagement.
Many people in the Manual and Louisville communities attended WorldFest, a "cultural experience" for all.
JCPS' Superintendent asked all of the schools in the district to donate supplies to send to Hurricane Harvey victims in Houston.
With a new year beginning, freshmen aren't the only ones getting lost in the halls. This year, Manual welcomes 11 new teachers and faculty members.
Many Manual students traveled to view the total solar eclipse.
Manual student and teacher reactions after viewing the eclipse on Monday.
Rob Spencer asked students to see how their first two days of the 2017/18 school year went.
Students in middle school and high school will be held at school for an additional 21 minutes on the day of the eclipse.
Louisville Sex Education Now hosted a rally to advocate for improved JCPS sexual education guidelines.