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Girls soccer kicks off a new season

April 11, 2018 5:33pm | Jenifer Peralta

As spring approaches, the Shawano Community High School girls soccer team prepares to kick off their season. To get ready, the team and the coaches practice daily after school. The first game was scheduled for March 29. However, it was cancelled due to the soccer […]

Jeff Michaels hypnotizes audience

April 11, 2018 5:32pm | Danielle Hilley

Mr. Jeff Kammerer has hosted many hypnotist shows throughout his career journey. He has done an amazing job and continues to show his audience the tricks of the mind. Mr. Kammerer is a gym teacher here at SCHS, who gives the school a go-to entertainment […]

Student Spotlight: Haley Williams

April 11, 2018 5:32pm | Autumn Vanderlinden

As she describes herself, sophomore Haley Williams is a hard worker and is kind to everyone out there. Being able to get everything done and being productive is what makes Haley feel accomplished. At times she believes that she is impatient when working on her […]

Staff Spotlight: The heroes behind the hairnets

April 11, 2018 5:31pm | Peyton Buerman

They are the unsung heroes, the supporters of the future, the silent motivators and, most importantly, the providers of food. We often make small talk with them as we’re typing in our code; we smile and say “thank you.” But, do we ever stop to […]

Creative writing, Crossing the Echoes: Chapter 5

April 11, 2018 5:31pm | Joshua Prokash

My wife once said something to me before I left to train with the others. It was a warm summer evening in Canada, near the border leading into the states. The sun was falling behind a line of trees, disappearing from sight, but emanated its […]

Creative Writing, Crossing the Echoes: Chapter 4

March 27, 2018 6:36pm | Joshua Prokash

Chapter 4: Reviled Scars Slamming the lid of the panel, I jumped off of the top of the ship. Sliding down the side of the Riptide, a hail, no, a barrage of ice and rock began their siege against the deflective plating. How did no […]

SCHS Surveys: Spring

March 27, 2018 6:35pm | Jenifer Peralta

Spring is in the air! It’s a wonderful time, however, even spring has its downfalls. This time SCHS students told us what their least favorite thing about spring is.

Student Art Showcase: March 2018

March 27, 2018 6:35pm | Morgan Johnson

 

Teacher Feature: Mrs. Esch

March 27, 2018 6:34pm | Danielle Hilley

Mrs. Wendy Esch has been working at Shawano High School for 28 years. Recently, we sat down to ask her a few fun questions. Question 1: What color would you describe yourself as and why? Blue, because the sky is blue. I don’t know. I […]

Humans of Shawano: March edition

March 5, 2018 8:24pm | Sydney Steinbach

“So this one time, my mom said ‘if you beat me down the aisle you can get whatever food you want.’ So I grabbed a box, actually like four boxes of Chicken in a Biskits, and I was shaking them really hard while running down […]