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Questions From the Freshmen

September 21, 2020 1:31pm | Caprice Rush, Editor-in-Chief

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 resources that they usually have in order to transition smoothly into high school. Events like back to school night and freshman […]

Letters from a senior

March 12, 2020 3:24pm | Peyton Buerman, Editor-in-Chief

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 were there to back me up. I remember how tight the community was when tragedy struck.  I remember how vibrant […]

Destruction of art

March 12, 2020 3:24pm | Chloe Krueger, reporter

Human body should be perceived as art strong in growth, yet fragile in faith human eyes devour the surface taking in exteriors instead of aura spit out if not definition of perfection   Daisies are commonly known beautiful handled with care and admiration an art […]

New to the library: A review of The Fate of Food

March 12, 2020 3:23pm | Caprice Rush, editor

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 The Fate of Food by Amanda Little. This is the second non-fiction book that I picked up […]

Photography- March 2020

March 12, 2020 3:23pm | Abigail Rabideau, reporter

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 balance on top of each other, representing balance and unity.

Shawano Schools heard loud and proud

March 12, 2020 3:23pm | Peyton Buerman, Editor-in-Chief

Recently, two schools in the Shawano School District, Olga Brener and Shawano Middle School, have changed the way students are given daily information. Typically, students receive their announcements over an intercom and from their teachers. Brener’s music teacher, Mrs. Lynn Johnson, came up with the […]

SCHS clubs stay in their lanes

March 12, 2020 3:21pm | Chloe Krueger, reporter

Shawano Community High School’s own Spanish and French clubs took on a friendly competitive bowling expedition. They planned this event for Feb. 27 at Lakeshore Lanes in Shawano. The bowling event is meant to reward all of the foreign language club members for all of […]

Humans of Shawano: Mrs. Moede and Brandon Peters

February 21, 2020 2:48pm | Alexander Radtke, reporter

At first glimpse, Mrs. Moede may seem like everyone else, but when you get to know her you learn that she is almost like a mother to the school. She is equally caring as she can be strict. According to senior Brandon Peters, “She keeps […]

Aspiring Artists: Issue #12

February 21, 2020 2:48pm | Autumn Vanderlinden, editor

Jessa, Carson, Carter and Isaac, who are in Pre-K, drew pictures that helped them learn their beginning sounds. Students in Ms. Sally Slezewski’s class take part in Tools of the Mind where students are in centers that involve writing and drawing. They write beginning sounds, […]

SCHS is alive with The Sound of Music

February 21, 2020 2:47pm | Chloe Krueger, reporter

Shawano Community High school performed the musical The Sound of Music, directed by Jennifer Green, Alex Konen and Matthew Pfantz, Feb. 5-8. The crew consisted of actors, pit players (orchestra and band) and back stage members. An abundance of people came together to showcase these […]