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Early graduates reflect on high school

November 2, 2020 4:23pm | Caprice Rush, Editor-in-Chief

Several seniors at Shawano Community High School decided that they wanted to graduate in January 2021, at the end of the first semester. Students who graduate early will either enter the workforce, military, take time off before college or start college early. “After I graduate, […]

Teachers give facts of FACS

October 26, 2020 1:38pm | Camden Kroll, reporter

Teachers everywhere are struggling with teaching classes virtually. FACS teachers specifically have one of the toughest times teaching because their classes are more hands-on then the rest. One of the FACS teachers at Shawano High School, Ms. Daneille Evans, gave her thoughts on how she […]

Seniors hope for college admittance

October 26, 2020 1:37pm | Caprice Rush, Editor-in-Chief

Every year, seniors look forward to a fun and eventful last year of high school, but they also must plan for the future. For many, finding out where they want to go to college is the first step. With application deadlines approaching, many students have […]

FBLA continues on with business as usual

October 26, 2020 1:36pm | Jacob Polzin, reporter

The FBLA club at Shawano High School is ready to take on new challenges that the 2020-21 school year offers. Through FBLA, members are able to express their interest in all things business.  Mrs. Kathryn Beres, an award-winning business teacher, is the head of FBLA […]

Aspiring Artists: High school edition vol. 2

October 26, 2020 1:36pm | Macy Monfils, editor

For this week’s Aspiring Artists we are returning to Shawano Community High School. Allison Langlois is a Junior at the high school. She is a quiet one, but she has so many talents. Not only is she a varsity swimmer; she is an extraordinary artist. […]

SCHS students cope with virtual schooling

October 12, 2020 12:47pm | Aiden Nielson, reporter

With the current schooling situation, many schools have been forced to make all classes virtual. At Shawano Community High School, this has completely changed the learning processes for senior Calvin Schultz, junior Riley Siegfried and freshman Morgan Nielson. “I find it harder to get extra […]

Stuewer reflects on years as Chess coach

October 12, 2020 12:46pm | Camden Kroll, reporter

There are so many games created to entertain or even test the mind, making the players think hard in order to succeed. The idea of chess has been around for more than 1000 years, with rules changing over the years. Chess was originally created for […]

SkillsUSA on road to redemption

October 12, 2020 12:46pm | Paul Meisner, reporter

The SkillsUSA team is getting ready to start the 2020-21 school year. The pandemic has made “going out” a much more challenging proposition these days, but just because vehicles might be sitting more than they used to does not mean people can afford to put […]

Aspiring Artists: High school edition vol. 1

October 12, 2020 12:44pm | Macy Monfils, reporter

This week’s Aspiring Artists comes from Shawano Community High School Morgan Nielson is currently a freshman at the high school. She loves art and fashion. She recently went to a painting class with her mom. She created a stunning piece of art. The young artist […]

Tuma ‘spikes’ cancer

October 5, 2020 3:08pm | Caprice Rush, Editor-in-Chief

Tuesday, April 7 was just another day for most, but for senior Abby Tuma, it was the end of almost a year of cancer treatments. After being diagnosed with medulloblastoma in January of 2019, Tuma has been fighting cancer and staying strong in order to […]