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Dancing away Winter Wonderland

February 4, 2020 8:13pm | By Georgia Eggert, editor

On Friday, Jan. 24, the Winter Wonderland pep rally occurred in the Shawano Community High School gym, as it showcased all the clubs and their representatives along with the dance and cheer team. The following day, SCHS hosted the annual Winter Wonderland Dance. Student Council […]

Face to “FACE” with Miss Evans

February 4, 2020 8:11pm | Peyton Buerman, Editor-in-Chief

Miss Danielle Evans is one of the new teachers at Shawano Community High School. She is now in charge of teaching the students at SCHS in her Living on Your Own, Today’s Children, International Foods, Let’s Make a Meal and Assistant Childcare classes. Although teaching […]

Fresh to the press

February 4, 2020 8:10pm | Peyton Buerman, Editor-in-Chief

A new semester means new writers for the Hawks Post. Not only does that mean more stories, but it also means new voices writing these stories. Our new additions to the staff are senior Chloe Krueger, junior Sonny Pamonicutt, and sophomores Abigail Rabideau and Alex […]

SCHS prepares for winter musical

February 4, 2020 8:07pm | Caprice Rush, editor

Every year, the theater students at Shawano Community High School devote several months of their busy lives to prepare for the winter musical. Whether it be the actors on stage, techs backstage, or the musicians in the pit, many students work hard to accomplish one […]

New to the library: A review of The Gifted School

January 14, 2020 5:18pm | Caprice Rush, editor

Hello, readers! I know it’s been a while since my last review, but a new decade, to me, means ten more years of new books to get my hands (and eyes) on. Sit down, relax, and enjoy my honest review of The Gifted School by […]

Aspiring Artists: Issue # 11

January 14, 2020 5:17pm | Autumn Vanderlinden, editor

Kindergartener Ryker drew a picture of a man trying to get away from the zombies that are stuck in the goo. The reason he drew it is because he believed that it looked cool. Colton, who is in Pre-K, made a snowman. He colored the […]

New to the library: a review of Beautiful Broken Things

December 13, 2019 12:41am | Caprice Rush, editor

Welcome back to ‘New to the library’. After searching the shelves in SCHS’ library, I found the book that I would read for my December review. I previously read nonfiction and graphic novels, but this month I decided to stay in my comfort zone a […]

Aspiring Artists: Issue #10

November 25, 2019 5:23pm | Autumn Vanderlinden, editor

Second grader Kenley drew a picture of a sheep because she was talking about how vets help her family with taking care of her sheep. Her favorite sheep was named Thunder! Ms. Henning’s class learned about Mattise in their class, and they created pictures with […]

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 […]