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Student Art Showcase- Ceramics and Sculptures

April 22, 2019 4:36pm | Adriana Pillsbury, reporter

Currently the art department has several classes making many different things. Right now Mrs. Hansen’s ceramics classes are building new structures after finishing their SAM 25 bowls. Her sculpture classes are currently working on some pieces that bring out who people are and their identities. […]

SCHS hosts Taste of Shawano

April 8, 2019 2:45pm | Peyton Buerman, Editor-in-Chief

On Monday March 25, Junior Achievement put on their 12th annual Taste of Shawano for the public.  The Taste of Shawano is an event where different restaurants in Shawano bring items from the menu for the public to sample. Sandy Ebbinger has been the head […]

Aspiring Artists: Issue #6

April 8, 2019 2:44pm | Autumn Vanderlinden

Raelyn K., Kaleo P., Olivia P. and Anna L. all drew pictures of the food places that they like to go to in town. The students have been in centers that are based on real life situations, and this is called the “Tools of The […]

April Poem – Boiling Points

April 8, 2019 2:43pm | Devyn Jessogne

Boiling Points The snow, it all melts and sometimes, we feel like that too. As if our identities are this one thing that we must be defined as, and when life heats up, we melt from the pressure to simply be. Maybe the beautiful songbird, […]

Middle School Outreach – March

March 20, 2019 10:35pm | Peyton Buerman, Editor-in-Chief

Hi everyone!  Isn’t this year flying by?  We’re already in March, which means that there are only three months left of this school year!  Time sure flies when you’re having fun, right? Right? Anyways, I hope you all have a great spring break and get […]

Meet Your Hawks- March 2019

March 20, 2019 10:34pm | Caprice Rush, reporter

Freshman- Kaylee Rindt Q- What is your favorite thing about spring and why? A- “The smell of plants and flowers starting to bloom.” Q- If you could make any invention, what would it be and why? A- “A freeze ray because that would be cool. […]

Shawano girls basketball ‘travels’ to regionals

March 6, 2019 4:58pm | Caprice Rush, reporter

For the entire season, the Shawano girls varsity basketball team has been playing and training toward one goal: state. The road to state has been heating up recently with the start of the regional games. On Tuesday, February 19, Shawano played Antigo in the first […]

Aspiring Artists: Issue #5

March 6, 2019 4:57pm | Autumn Vanderlinden

Nyah, who is in Pre-K, drew her kitty. His name is Rico, and she loves him so much. She loves to play with him, and he always sleeps with her at night. Kindergartner Bella drew a lot of cats because they are so cute, and […]

Twenty-Eight Day Solstice – March Poem

March 6, 2019 4:57pm | Devyn Jessogne

Twenty-Eight Day Solstice At the apex of this bleak charcoal and cotton void called February, every eye is glazed over in gray, because of much too early sunsets. Effable exhaustion weighing like lead on the shoulder of those engulfed in her grip. In return she […]

Meet Your Hawks- February 2019

February 26, 2019 11:15pm | Caprice Rush, reporter

Freshman: Mallori Martin Q: What are you looking forward to about spring break? A: Traveling out of the state. Q: If you could be anywhere else in the world right now, where would you go and why? A: Somewhere in Europe. It’s a whole new […]