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Shawano football aspires to ‘live in the moment’

September 21, 2020 2:36pm | Jacob Polzin, reporter

The Shawano football team has recently begun practice in wake of approval from administration to continue forward with a season. However, this season did not come to be all that simple. School administration has dealt with plenty of outside noise in the fight to make […]

New soccer season start up

September 21, 2020 1:36pm | Camden Kroll, reporter

A new year has its challenges, but when there is a global pandemic, it gets a little crazy.  Shawano High School boys soccer coach Andrew Brooks has started his first year as head coach. Brooks is looking forward to the connection he will build with […]

Shawano Trap Club breaking clays

September 21, 2020 1:36pm | Paul Meisner, reporter

The year 2020 has faced the nation with a pandemic like no other. From the country shutting down completely, to having to wear masks everywhere, and having to be quarantined, having to adapt to this new lifestyle has been very difficult for most. This pandemic […]

The start of something new for Shawano educators

September 21, 2020 1:30pm | Macy Monfils, reporter

The 2020-21 school year at Shawano High School is not just another year. For two educators it is the start of a new job at a new school. Due to an increase in students in the special education department and a teacher taking a position […]

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 […]

Getting pumped for National Heart Awareness Month

March 12, 2020 3:20pm | Sonny Pamonicutt, reporter

February is National Heart Awareness month. Mrs. Angela Kowalewski, a science teacher at Shawano Community High School, decided to open up her enhancements to bring awareness to the heart and heart diseases.  After asking Kowalewski why she decided to have the enchantments she answered, “February […]

SCHS Forensics Team starts their season

February 21, 2020 2:46pm | Caprice Rush, editor

On Monday, Feb. 10 the Shawano Community High School Forensics Team competed at a forensics invitational in Ashwaubenon. Forensics is essentially a speech competition, where students choose to compete in a variety of events. The types of speeches and presentations given during Forensics are not […]

Boy’s swim reeling it in for Sectionals

February 21, 2020 2:45pm | By Georgia Eggert, editor

The Shawano Community High School boys’ swim team competed against five other schools at Conference in Rhinelander on Friday, Feb. 9. The Hawks took fourth place at Conference and last at Sectionals which took place in Wisconsin Rapids on Saturday, Feb. 15. At Conference, the […]