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Don’t you forget about me

May 20, 2018 4:52pm | Sydney Steinbach

I have been told that I am wise for my years, but then again I have also been told that I am wildly weird, so I guess you should accept this article for what it is: a compilation of 500ish words from a girl who […]

Seniors prepare for all of their lasts in the midst of all of their firsts

May 20, 2018 4:51pm | Danielle Hilley

Many people believe that senior year will be “their year” to make it, and it will be the best year yet. However, it is also filled with a super busy schedule, the dealings of senioritis, college applications and having fun while also stopping yourself from […]

Always in the memory of 2018 graduates

May 20, 2018 4:50pm | Lydia Williams

Shawano’s class of 2018 graduates will be walking across the stage on May 25. Many of them will be thinking of great times they had at Shawano High, and some will think of an amazing person that once roamed the halls with them. Melissa Szucs battled […]

Class of ’18: Senior Diary

May 20, 2018 4:49pm | Jenifer Peralta Martinez

May 2018 Dear Diary, The school year is rapidly coming to a close, and everything seems to become a last: a last lunch in the SCHS commons, a last math test with Mr. Myers and a last newspaper article due. After four years at this […]

Seniors enjoy their last high school events together

May 20, 2018 4:49pm | Kendall Bricco

Every person who goes through high school knows it can be a very fun part of life along with a very stressful time. As your senior year comes to a fast ending, the stress starts to pile on. Making sure you apply for college and […]

Mitigating the fear

May 20, 2018 4:46pm | Joshua Prokash

  Arriving for the first time at the high school can be extremely intimidating, even scary to a few. This is the next big step after middle school, so of course it’s going to be a little bit frightening. As a senior, however, what lies […]

Shawano shows off their cars

May 18, 2018 2:32pm | Peyton Buerman

SCHS hosted a car show at the high school to showcase cars that people own throughout the community on Friday, May 18. Mr. Jeremy Hodkiewicz, a shop teacher at SCHS, has been involved in the show for 10 years now. “It’s been about 75 cars […]

A last dance that lasts a lifetime

May 18, 2018 2:30pm | By Georgia Eggert

Recently, May 11 and 12 was Last Dance which was the final Jazz performance of the year. Taking place in the High School auditorium for the seniors of Jazz I and Show Choir, it was their last High School production. Senior Ashley Reuter described how […]

American Red Cross drives their way into Shawano High

May 7, 2018 1:41pm | Danielle Hilley

The regular spring blood drive took place on Monday, April 23. The blood drive experienced two cancellations at SCHS this year due to the weather conditions. Student Council hosts the blood drive, giving the club members an opportunity to learn a different way of being […]

Speaking of Forensics…

May 7, 2018 1:41pm | Peyton Buerman

On Saturday, April 21, 14 students from Shawano High School competed at the state Forensics event at UW-Madison. Nathan Falk has just finished his fourth year as the forensics coordinator at SCHS. “Forensics is a competitive speech event,” Mr. Falk explained. “Students can pick from […]