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    SCHS hosts Taste of Shawano
    On Monday March 25, Junior Achievement put on their 12th annual Taste of Shawano for the public.  The Taste of Shawano
  • Aspiring Artists: Issue #6
    Raelyn K., Kaleo P., Olivia P. and Anna L. all drew pictures of the food places that they like to go to in town. The stu
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    April Poem – Boiling Points
    Boiling Points The snow, it all melts and sometimes, we feel like that too. As if our identities are this one thing that
  • Smacked with the facts
    Can you remember a time you learned something you did not already know. Well it should be at least everyday, so if you h
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    Middle School Outreach – March
    Hi everyone!  Isn’t this year flying by?  We’re already in March, which means that there are only three months lef
  • Meet Your Hawks- March 2019
    Freshman- Kaylee Rindt Q- What is your favorite thing about spring and why? A- “The smell of plants and flowers starti


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Peyton Buerman, Editor-in-Chief

Georgia Eggert

Autumn Vanderlinden



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