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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 […]

Meet Your Hawks- January 2019

January 11, 2019 8:59pm | Caprice Rush, reporter

Staff Spotlight: Mrs. Moede

January 11, 2019 8:59pm | Brianna Schroeder, reporter

    If you are a junior or senior and have had a study hall, there is a good chance that Mrs. Moede was the overseer of it. If you aren’t in her study hall, continue to read and find out about her new year. […]

December Awareness

December 20, 2018 10:36pm | Adriana Pillsbury, reporter

December is a month known for helping, giving and coming together. December is about doing what you can to help brighten the lives of others. “I think December is more about giving than receiving,” sophomore Morghan Marquardt stated. December is a month of giving but […]

Student spotlight: Tristian Butler

December 20, 2018 10:35pm | Anika Boye

New to the school, junior Tristian Butler came all the way from Hawaii before starting at Shawano Community High School and moving to Wisconsin. This has been a big change since the two states are very different. “Hawaii is really nice and warm, so when […]

Aspiring Artists: Issue #3

December 20, 2018 10:35pm | Autumn Vanderlinden

Skewnik, who is in Pre-K, decided to draw an ornament because it is almost Christmas. She is excited to be able to open her presents on Christmas Day.   First grader Audra drew her three cats around a tree house because she just loves her […]

Humans of Shawano- Reminiscing

December 20, 2018 10:35pm | Grace Licausi

“As a junior, I have had lots of high school memories. My favorite one so far would have to be when the Jazz band took a trip to Colorado in April of 2018 for a jazz festival. It was at the UNC Greeley, and we […]

Meet Your Hawks- December 2018

December 11, 2018 3:47pm | Caprice Rush, reporter