The Student News Site of Richard Montgomery High School

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The Student News Site of Richard Montgomery High School

The Tide

The Student News Site of Richard Montgomery High School

The Tide

RM students voted for their classmates in the SGA elections during their social studies classes.
Students elect classmates for SGA positions
Tide Staff April 23, 2024

On April 17, students cast ballots for the 2024-25 SGA elections in their social studies...

RM students voted for their classmates in the SGA elections during their social studies classes.
Students elect classmates for SGA positions
Tide Staff April 23, 2024

On April 17, students cast ballots for the 2024-25 SGA elections in their social studies classes after watching campaign videos by each of the candidates for school-wide positions and for their class.  The...

Praneel Suvarna of Clarksburg High School was elected to be the forty-seventh Student Member of the Board on April 17.
Praneel Suvarna elected forty-seventh SMOB in tight 53-47 percent vote
Tide Staff April 19, 2024

In a close election, Praneel Suvarna of Clarksburg HS was elected as MCPS’s next SMOB over finalist Sam Ross of Montgomery Blair HS. On April 17, 58,927 middle and high school students across the county...

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It costs $14.99 per month plus tax to join the Panera Sip Club, where members can enjoy any sized drinks every two hours.
Panera's lack of regulations, clear guidelines harms consumers
Lydia Seo, Opinions Writer • April 17, 2024

The infamous Panera Charged Lemonade: three flavors of a sugary, colorful and caffeinated beverage lie at the bottom of the three separate lawsuits and a slew of public backlash Panera Bread currently...

Blair junior Sam Ross is running to be the 47th Student Member of the Board (SMOB).
The Tide's View: Sam Ross should be MCPS' 47th SMOB
The Tide Editorial Board April 13, 2024

The Montgomery County Board of Education has been under several splinterings within its board members in 2024. On Feb. 2, the former Superintendent Dr. Monifa McKnight mutually agreed with the MCPS Board...

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Common April Fools jokes involve replacing food items or seasoning with unpleasant tasting, but otherwise harmless, atypical ingredients.
Staff, students cook up devious April Fools' shenanigans
Callie Gutmann, Senior Features Writer • April 23, 2024

April Fools' Day, the annual day of jokes, shenanigans, pranks and more, starts off the first day of the month of April every year. Instead of other annual holidays where...

Merriam-Webster defines senioritis as an ebbing of motivation and effort by school seniors as evidenced by tardiness, absences, and lower grades.
Seniors struggle with senioritis as year closes
Brooke Smith, Features Writer • April 16, 2024

According to a 2012 study done by Omniscient, 78 percent of high school seniors struggle with senioritis each year. The term senioritis, which is even acknowledged by reputable...

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Olivia Rodrigo, Grammy-awarded singer and songwriter, releases Guts (spilled), an extension of her hit sophomore album Guts.
'Guts (spilled)' adds angst to original album, validates teenage insecurities
April 18, 2024
Declan McKenna recently released his first album after four years, taking his listeners on a journey of personal change.
'What Happened to the Beach?' provides perfect summer listen
April 11, 2024
Senior Chloe Choi (Rhonda) and junior Noah Lechheb (Dave) try to guess the meaning of a painting in a scene. (Permission was obtained from photographer)
Black Maskers present 'Almost, Maine' on short timeline
April 4, 2024
Seniors and Fine Lines Editors Dasha Melikova and Chloe Choi discuss a submission for the magazine.
Fine Lines magazine showcases artistic talent, promotes creativity
March 21, 2024
Mayo drives hard to the basket for a finish above a Kennedy defender. The Rockets used their quickness on the perimeter to attack the paint and draw fouls.
RM Boys Basketball's journey to state semifinals
April 20, 2024
March Madness began on Tuesday, March 19 with the first four games and concluded on April 6 and 8 with the final four games.
March Madness: South Carolina gets revenge over Iowa with 87-75 win
April 19, 2024
RM swim and dive head coach Mr. Akshay Gandhi stares into his swimmers before they compete at the regional championship.
Gandhi guides girls swim team to state title
April 5, 2024
The field hockey team poses in their country vs. country club outfits. (Photo permission for was granted by team members)
Gameday fits boost spirit, attention
March 22, 2024
Additional courses have been added to RMs Course Catalog that explore culture, sexuality and languages of varying cultures.
Culturally-based classes spark student interest
April 19, 2024
The first digital SAT in the United States,  brought disappointment and sparked additional stress as many of the questions were not representative of the practice materials set forth by College Board.
March 9 digital SAT not representative of practice
April 11, 2024
On Feb. 14, a shooting erupted at the Kansas City Super Bowl Victory Parade, leaving students uneasy about whats to come in the future.



Students know that guns have no place in schools and should not be blamed for all gun-related incidents
Kansas City shooting sparks student concerns
March 21, 2024
Freshman Avery DelPonte runs a charity, Dressed to Impress, to combat the lack of access to quality clothing that many women face.
DelPonte's clothing charity keeps women Dressed to Impress
March 14, 2024
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