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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 […]

Dear Non-fiction Writers Workshop

May 20, 2020 6:33pm | Peyton Buerman, Editor-in-Chief

As a bright-eyed sophomore, I decided to take this course because my English-10 teacher, Mrs. Brittany Lamers said I should. She thought that I “would like it.” Little did young Peyton know that was the best choice she would make at Shawano Community High School. […]

A letter to the sibling I will be leaving behind

May 20, 2020 6:32pm | Peyton Buerman, Editor-in-Chief

By the end of the year, I will be in a different state. I will be making new friends and experiencing life outside of Shawano. That doesn’t mean that I’m leaving everything behind. Especially you. So this is for you, little man. Hey Georgie,  I’m […]

Farewell to room 1117

May 20, 2020 6:31pm | Autumn Vanderlinden, editor

Any sophomore in their English class has heard the plug about signing up for Non-Fiction Writer’s Workshop. Usually, the teachers tend to slip it in right after the newspaper writing unit. Well for anyone wondering, I took up the offer and signed up for the […]

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 […]

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 […]

Middle School Outreach- January

January 14, 2020 5:15pm | Peyton Buerman, Editor-in-Chief

Welcome to 2020!  I’m glad that we all made it, and I can’t wait to see everything this year has to offer. Please keep submitting questions so that we can keep up this outreach.  You can submit your questions to student services or email me […]

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 […]