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Shawano girls basketball ‘travels’ to regionals

March 6, 2019 4:58pm | Caprice Rush, reporter

For the entire season, the Shawano girls varsity basketball team has been playing and training toward one goal: state. The road to state has been heating up recently with the start of the regional games. On Tuesday, February 19, Shawano played Antigo in the first […]

Aspiring Artists: Issue #5

March 6, 2019 4:57pm | Autumn Vanderlinden

Nyah, who is in Pre-K, drew her kitty. His name is Rico, and she loves him so much. She loves to play with him, and he always sleeps with her at night. Kindergartner Bella drew a lot of cats because they are so cute, and […]

Twenty-Eight Day Solstice – March Poem

March 6, 2019 4:57pm | Devyn Jessogne

Twenty-Eight Day Solstice At the apex of this bleak charcoal and cotton void called February, every eye is glazed over in gray, because of much too early sunsets. Effable exhaustion weighing like lead on the shoulder of those engulfed in her grip. In return she […]

Meet Your Hawks- February 2019

February 26, 2019 11:15pm | Caprice Rush, reporter

Freshman: Mallori Martin Q: What are you looking forward to about spring break? A: Traveling out of the state. Q: If you could be anywhere else in the world right now, where would you go and why? A: Somewhere in Europe. It’s a whole new […]

Aspiring Artists #4

February 7, 2019 5:21pm | Autumn Vanderlinden

Charlotte, who is in Pre-K, drew this because she loves playing in the snow, and she loves to make snowmen with the snow! Painting by Kindergartener Eliza! Look how colorful it is! Wayne, who is in First grade, drew a picture about a dragon. The […]

Meet Your New Hawks Post Writers- Semester 2

February 7, 2019 5:21pm | Caprice Rush, reporter

Haley Sheldon- Sophomore Q: What was your first impression of the Hawks Post staff? A: I guess it’s different than I expected. The staff is way more chill than the rest of my classes. You guys are goofy and have fun. Q: What are you […]

January Creative Writing – Lullaby

February 7, 2019 5:15pm | Devyn Jessogne

Lullaby In the winter I miss them the most. I miss them when pines shiver with frost, and my breath looks like a ghost. I want so desperately to sing them a song. The kind that comes from a cartoon. I never imagined being away […]

Student Art Showcase: January 2019

January 11, 2019 9:02pm | Sara Podavini

After taking Ceramics and Sculpture her freshman year, junior Baylie Hansen is now a Drawing and Painting student. Hansen worked on project with linoleum. The students had to take a picture with a theme, choosing between personal characteristics, cultural background, nature, emotions, or still life. […]

January Creative Writing – Collegiate Personality

January 11, 2019 9:02pm | Devyn Jessogne

  Collegiate Personality At times I picture the mornings very vividly, as I know how they will unfold, when the time does come. An iced coffee, bag of textbooks, sheets upon sheets of loose-leaf, and, if truth be told, my nose to the sun. Bagels, […]

Teacher feature: Mrs. Wilkinson

January 11, 2019 9:00pm | Sarah Carlson

Mrs. Wilkinson has been an English teacher at SCHS for 8 years. She teaches English 9, English 10, Contemporary Writing and a semester of English Comp. Why did you decide to teach? “I love Shakespeare and I love commas, and I thought I might as […]