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Green eggs and… musicals!

February 2, 2018 4:38pm | Danielle Hilley

The musical Seussical came to Shawano High starting January 31 and goes through February 3. SCHS performs a fall play, winter musical, then transitions into a spring play every year. Mr. Alex Konen directs the fall plays, Mr. John Kent directs the musicals and Madeline […]

Medical students de-LIVER organs to SCHS

February 2, 2018 4:38pm | Sydney Steinbach

Snow furled, taunted and induced early closings and many after school cancellations on Thursday, January 11. Despite the unfortunate weather conditions, volunteers from Northeast Wisconsin Doctors Ought to Care (NeW DOC), kept to their plan and brought preserved human organs for students and faculty to […]

Fresh perspective for the youth

January 23, 2018 3:53pm | Joshua Prokash

New to the district, Mr. Joshua Pyne and Mr. Nick Hericks, took the position of mentors at Shawano Community High School, for science and history, respectively. Armed with immense knowledge within their specific subjects and a majestic beard for each, the two latest additions have […]

Finally taking credits

January 23, 2018 3:53pm | Megan Jessup

Recently Math IV had the option to be taken for five college credits second semester. In the spring semester about 30 students will be participating in this. Mr. John Myers has always thought about getting Math IV the opportunity to be taken for college credits. […]

Students fight through the year

January 23, 2018 3:50pm | Kendall Bricco

The end of the semester is something most students either┬áreally like or do not like at all. The end of the semester can be very stressful for most students, as it is a time where there are many big projects and tests that are due. […]

Eighth graders visit their futures

January 23, 2018 3:49pm | Sydney Steinbach

A new assortment of teenagers will soon be joining Shawano High. Current eighth graders at Shawano Community Middle School, Saint James and Sacred Heart toured SCHS on Friday, January 5. These soon-to-be freshmen were given a small presentation led by school counselor, Mr. Brian Bloesl, […]

NWTC students “work out” their knowledge for muscle quiz

January 2, 2018 6:22pm | Danielle Hilley

The NWTC Anatomy and Physiology classes went on a field trip to NWTC in Green Bay on Thursday, December 14. The class has been learning about muscles, the structure and the different types of functions for a few weeks and were tested on that knowledge […]

Honoring NHS inductees

January 2, 2018 6:21pm | Sydney Steinbach

Accompanied by their supporters, a select group of juniors and seniors gathered at Shawano High on Sunday, December 17 to celebrate the induction of the new National Honor Society members. Fourteen new members joined the club on Sunday, five of them being seniors and the […]

SCHS clubs spread Christmas spirit

January 2, 2018 6:21pm | Kendall Bricco

For the clubs at Shawano Community High School, Christmas is a time when they can take some time off and just focus on having fun with each other, while revolving their projects around what their group is about. The Spanish club had a Christmas fiesta […]

Shawano to Managua: An adventure awaits

December 8, 2017 6:55pm | Sydney Steinbach

Five houses, nine students, two chaperones and seven days stocked with experiences that are unobtainable in the United States. On June 9, 2018 nine students from Shawano High will be departing from Chicago, Illinois and arriving in Managua, Nicaragua. This trip was offered to all […]