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New to the library: A review of Beeline

November 12, 2019 7:24pm | Caprice Rush, editor

I’m back! Last month, I dove into the world of literature that is graphic novels. This month, I have discovered Beeline by Shalini Shankar whilst browsing the ‘New to the Library’ bookshelf. Mrs. Hoffman has really been doing a great job putting new books out […]

Aspiring Artists: Issue #9

October 28, 2019 11:00pm | Autumn Vanderlinden, editor

Allison M., who is in Pre-K, drew a picture of a lot of different colored circles together. She said she used the whole rainbow, but her favorite colors are purple and pink!   Students from Miss. Klose’s second grade class each created different drawings. Starting […]

New to the library: A review of Bloom

October 15, 2019 12:54pm | Caprice Rush, editor

The library at SCHS is a great resource for anyone looking for their next great read. Mrs. Bogacz and Mrs. Hoffman are constantly searching for new books that every student will enjoy. Recently, graphic novels have been very popular in our library. I want to […]

Aspiring Artists: Issue #8

October 1, 2019 3:45pm | Autumn Vanderlinden

Kindergartner Alivia K. drew a picture about all of her hopes and dreams. She drew about how she wanted unicorns to be real so she could pet one, how she wanted her own IPad and how to be a mother when she is older.   […]

Goodbye Hawks Post Reporters- May 2019

May 20, 2019 7:18pm | Caprice Rush, reporter

Senior- Devyn Jessogne Q- If you could change one thing about high school, what would it be and why? A-  I think I wouldn’t waste time being afraid to do things. I would have gotten involved freshman year because I had anxiety, and I didn’t […]

SCHS holds petting zoo

May 20, 2019 6:13pm | Adriana Pillsbury, reporter

Every year SCHS holds a petting zoo in the Agriculture department where the younger kids come to the high school to see what the fuss is all about. Students from the Animal and Pet Care class get to sit with animals and show children around. […]

Middle School Outreach – May

May 20, 2019 5:18pm | Peyton Buerman, Editor-in-Chief

Middle School Outreach – May Hello, everyone.  We are finally in the home stretch and final days of the 2018-2019 school year! We made it!  I hope everyone had a somewhat decent time and everyone has a fun and safe summer! Question:  I’m nervous.  What […]

Aspiring Artists: Issue #7

May 6, 2019 10:34pm | Autumn Vanderlinden

Aliviah, who is in Pre-K, drew a picture of a bunny because it relates to spring. She likes bunnies because they are furry, and they eat carrots. First grader Clayton drew a dirt bike and a truck for his drawing. The reason why he drew […]

May Poem – Sweet Goodbyes

May 6, 2019 10:34pm | Devyn Jessogne

Sweet Goodbyes “Goodbye.” “See you soon.” The words taste like lemonade and vanilla soft serve; sweet signs of a new season. A new era, miles away from here. The last times you will see the same friendly faces, but they smile just the same. The […]

Meet Your Hawks- April 2019

April 23, 2019 12:24am | Caprice Rush, reporter

freshman- Isaac Klement Q- What is your favorite summer food and why? A- Watermelon. Q- What about summer are you most excited about? A- Being on the lake. Q- Who is your favorite artist to listen to and why? A-  Eric Church. Sophomore- Megan Herrmann […]