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Shawano clubs give back to SAM 25

February 20, 2018 9:19pm | Peyton Buerman

On Monday, February 12, Shawano Art Club made tie blankets for the local homeless shelter, Sam 25.   “We call Sam 25 every year and ask them what they need that we could help with as a club,”  Ms. Jennifer Achterberg, one of the Art […]

Shawano Boy’s Swim dives into sectionals

February 20, 2018 9:18pm | Autumn Vanderlinden

The Boy’s Swim Team at Shawano High School is nearing Sectionals. They are working hard to achieve the best time and to move on to state. Sectionals will be held in Hudson, Wisconsin on February 10. They will be competing against the same teams in […]

Creative Writing, Crossing the Echoes: Chapter 2

February 19, 2018 7:34pm | Joshua Prokash

New this semester: Student creative writing! Each issue, Joshua Prokash will publish the next installment of his story “Crossing the Echoes”   Chapter 2: Internal Failure With a slight hissing within the airlock, pressure and oxygen from inside the ship began to leak slowly into […]

Dancing through the season

February 2, 2018 4:39pm | Kendall Bricco

Winter Wonderland is a time where people can break out their inner princess or prince and be who they want to be. The week before Winter Wonderland is filled with games and plenty of fun. SCHS plays lunch games, has different dress up days, throws […]

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 […]

Last semester at SCHS for 2018 grads

February 2, 2018 4:38pm | Lydia Williams

Shawano High wrapped up their first semester of the 2017-2018 school year on January 19. They began a new semester the following week. Before beginning the new semester on January 23, the students had a finals week. The week is filled with tests as well […]

Adapting in another nation

February 2, 2018 4:38pm | Joshua Prokash

Learning how to speak in one’s native tongue is one of the first things parents teach kids as they grow up in their homeland. For years, teachers supply students with the knowledge on how to correctly pronounce and apply words to form sentences. From there, […]

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 […]

Creative Writing: Crossing the Echoes, Chapter 1

February 2, 2018 4:38pm | Joshua Prokash

New this semester: Student creative writing! Each issue, Joshua Prokash will publish the next installment of his story “Crossing the Echoes” Prologue For generations, people stood under the moonlight, staring up at the midnight sky, questioning if the stars truly had a say in the […]

Drifting at SCHS

January 23, 2018 3:55pm | Nam Corn

It is the second year of building the drift car here at SCHS, but it is just as exciting as if it were the first. Last year, students in Skills USA had the opportunity to build a drift car. When the car was finished, those […]