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  • Starting on Wednesday August 21st, students can pick their schedule up at the high school!
  • First day of the 2019/2020 school year is on Tuesday September 3rd!
  • New student and freshman orientation starts at 5:30pm on Wednesday August 28th!

CP REVIEW: HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON: THE HIDDEN WORLD

CP REVIEW: HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON: THE HIDDEN WORLD

Peyton Mullen, Web Staff

February 27, 2019

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World is the third installment of DreamWorks’ How to Train Your Dragon series. It is a movie grossing praise from critics and audiences alike. Within the first day of release it had already made back the movie's budget of 129 million. Did How to Train Your Dragon 3 ...

INTERVIEW DO’S AND DON’TS

INTERVIEW DO’S AND DON’TS

Tara Rawlings, Copy Editor

February 25, 2019

Interviews can really help potential employers or admissions officers on getting to know one’s character better and seeing that the applicant has depth to them beyond their application. If you’re not sure how to go about your  interview, here’s some do’s and don’ts so that you can focus on puttin...

CLASSES VS. SCHEDULES

CLASSES VS. SCHEDULES

Rebekah Nelson, Web Staff

February 22, 2019

Each spring semester, students sign up for their classes for the school year ahead, hoping every class fits into their schedule. By the time fall comes around, students may wish to switch classes but are unable to because spots are full. When classes are first signed up for, students’ schedules are ...

LIFE AFTER THE BELL

LIFE AFTER THE BELL

Bekah Nelson, Web Staff

February 4, 2019

  Just after the school is getting quiet and things seem to be slowing down for many, teachers things are just getting started. Thursday, January 31st, the teachers of SHS gathered for Mrs. Penick’s baby shower. Most often the body of SHS focuses on the things that students are doing inside...

CONSPIRACY CORNER: DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

CONSPIRACY CORNER: DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Joe Parsley, Web Editor

January 28, 2019

By total land area used, the Denver International Airport, DIA for short, is the largest airport in the world, totaling about 52.4 square miles. As you can imagine, construction took a decent amount of time since the airport uses about 50 square miles. Construction started around the fall of 1989 an...

THE (ART)ICLES

THE (ART)ICLES

Molly Balison, Web Staff

January 25, 2019

The 12th annual Human Rights Art Exhibit showcased in Sandpoint High School’s library on Wednesday, January 16. Art students in all levels got the opportunity to recognize the impact of human rights in America and represent the Articles through artwork. Students submitted their provocative paint...

NEW YEAR, SAME YOU

NEW YEAR, SAME YOU

Jezza Hutto, Managing Editor

January 16, 2019

New Year's resolutions are so last year. But really, this annual tradition is in a steady decline, with only 40% of Americans making resolutions this year, according to recent research by the Marist Institute for Public Opinion. Of the people who do make these self-improving promises, only 8% follow thro...

NEW YEAR, BETTER RESOLUTIONS

NEW YEAR, BETTER RESOLUTIONS

Molly Balison, Web Staff

January 13, 2019

When the new year springs up, people start to think about their resolutions and tell themselves that they are going to be a better version of themselves. Having New Year’s resolutions might make you feel good about yourself for a few months before you end up breaking them and forget what your goals...

PERFORMANCE PSYCH FINALS

PERFORMANCE PSYCH FINALS

Shea Kilpatrick, Lifestyles Editor

January 11, 2019

RETROSPECTIVE RERUN

RETROSPECTIVE RERUN

Jezza Hutto, Managing Editor

January 7, 2019

Unlike many of the progressive ideas found in young generations today, the new style is beginning to reflect the old. Fashion is always evolving, yet much of it reverts back to past trends as if it’s an ongoing cycle. From the 70s, circular glasses, fur lined jackets, and denim on denim are trends that hav...

HEROES OF THE KITCHEN

HEROES OF THE KITCHEN

Molly Balison, Web Staff

January 6, 2019

An abundance of recognition is given to the teachers and administrators, but attention also needs to be given to food service workers that hold the responsibility of making sure that hundreds of students are fed daily. Lunch is possibly the most awaited time of the school day and it’s also the time th...

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