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Shawano football aspires to ‘live in the moment’

The Shawano football team has recently begun practice in wake of approval from administration to continue forward with a season. However, this season did not come to be all that simple. School administration has dealt with plenty of outside noise in the fight to make the season a reality. Coach Alan Tomow has emphasized the importance of appreciation for these people. “I want my players to un…

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Jacob Polzin, reporter

Fresh from our newsroom

  • Hawks Post welcomes new reporters Fall of 2020 has brought so much change through the classrooms of Shawano Community High School, even the Hawks Post newsroom has not been i
  • Looking into the Shawano swim team Many of the high school sports around the U.S. have been tampered with due to COVID-19. Sports like football, baseball, tennis and track. So
  • Questions From the Freshmen With the 2020-2021 school year beginning in a whole new way due to the COVID-19 pandemic, incoming freshmen were not able to access the reso
  • Letters from a senior For 18 years you have been there.  You have supported me at my sporting, theater and school events.  Through it all, I always knew you wer
  • Destruction of art Human body should be perceived as art strong in growth, yet fragile in faith human eyes devour the surface taking in exteriors inst
  • New to the library: A review of The Fate of Food Hello readers! It has indeed been a minute since the last time I have graced the Hawks Post with a book review. This month, I read the book
  • Photography- March 2020 A photo taken in Oak Harbor, Washington at Deception Pass State Park. The beach is on the Pacific Ocean. On a piece of driftwood, rocks
  • Shawano Schools heard loud and proud Recently, two schools in the Shawano School District, Olga Brener and Shawano Middle School, have changed the way students are given daily i
  • Winter sports update: Cheer and Boys’ Basketball The cheerleading and boys’ basketball teams at Shawano Community High School have both had successful winter seasons. As of Feb. 26, the c
  • FFA showcased at SCHS Students who are a part of FFA at Shawano Community High School have held an FFA Week for as long as the club has existed at the school. FFA
  • Getting jazzy in Louisville On Thursday, Feb. 20, Shawano Community High School sent both of their Jazz I and Jazz II bands to Louisville, Kentucky. There, the bands st
  • SCHS clubs stay in their lanes Shawano Community High School's own Spanish and French clubs took on a friendly competitive bowling expedition. They planned this event for
  • SCHS Band and Orchestra celebrate movie magic and classics On Thursday and Friday, Feb. 27-28, the Shawano Community High School Band and Orchestra had concerts. The orchestra performed classical mus
  • Donating to the cause On Mar. 4, Shawano Community High School held a blood drive in the ITC room. The Red Cross came in to help with the blood drive by collectin
  • Teacher Feature: Ms. Pinchart

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    Questions From the Freshmen
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    Letters from a senior
    For 18 years you have been there.  You have supported me at my sporting, theater and school events.  Through it all, I
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    Destruction of art
    Human body should be perceived as art strong in growth, yet fragile in faith human eyes devour the surface taking in ext
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    New to the library: A review of The Fate of Food
    Hello readers! It has indeed been a minute since the last time I have graced the Hawks Post with a book review. This mon
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    Photography- March 2020
    A photo taken in Oak Harbor, Washington at Deception Pass State Park. The beach is on the Pacific Ocean. On a piece of d
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    Shawano Schools heard loud and proud
    Recently, two schools in the Shawano School District, Olga Brener and Shawano Middle School, have changed the way studen

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    Letters from a senior
    For 18 years you have been there.  You have supported me at my sporting, theater and school events.  Through it all, I
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    Destruction of art
    Human body should be perceived as art strong in growth, yet fragile in faith human eyes devour the surface taking in ext

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