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restaurants and businesses.

Molly Balison, Lifestyle Editor

June 2, 2020

During the past couple of months, things were quiet in the streets of Sandpoint. Now, “Closed” signs are flipping to “Open” and business owners are excited to greet their customers again. This was made possible by the rebound plan that Idaho’s Governor, Brad Little, instilled to help busin...

[email protected]: CORONAVIRUS & COLLEGE ADMISSION

On this week's podcast, Connor Bird talks coronavirus and college admissions with two special guests.

Connor Bird, Radio & Podcast Managing Editor

May 5, 2020

[email protected] host Connor Bird talks to Sandpoint High post-secondary counselor Jeralyn Mire and Becky Byers, assistant dean of admission at the University of Idaho, about the impact the coronavirus is having on college admissions. The interview first aired on [email protected], a radio show on KRFY that airs each...

CONNECTING … WHILE DISTANCING

The “Sources of Strength” wheel, used by Connections leaders, shows the fundamental components of a healthy life.

Molly Balison, Lifestyle Editor

May 1, 2020

Distance learning, the stay at home order, closures and cancellations — students have experienced it all. All of these changes are frustrating and upsetting to most students, but is there any good that can come from the coronavirus pandemic? Sandpoint High School’s counselors and student mentors are doi...

10 SIGNS OF QUARANTINE BOREDOM

Watching episode after episode, binge snacking, and spending the day on the couch is the epitome of boredom.

Molly Balison, Lifestyle Editor

April 17, 2020

Even though we have to keep up with online school work, we still have a lot more time on our hands while in quarantine. If your days at home feel mundane, read the list below to see if you're experiencing boredom. In addition, check out the story “Break Boredom” for more ideas on activities y...

FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS

Senior Jaycie Irish and her mother pose by the Class of 2020 banner.

Abigail Hendricks, Opinion Editor

April 15, 2020

In the past few months, the COVID-19 pandemic has become proof that life can easily be flipped upside-down as we know it. The entire world has been forced to overcome change to accommodate the current situation. Schools in the U.S.A. have been shut down to take precautions, affecting all students and...

STUDENTS REACT TO SAT POSTPONEMENT

After months of preparation, juniors find out that their test day has to be rescheduled.

Molly Balison, Lifestyle Editor

April 13, 2020

The sweep of coronavirus has affected how students will continue to learn for the remainder of the school year. In addition, it has been harder to test students accurately and has impacted the biggest test of the year for the junior class. Because of the school closure, the SAT, which was scheduled to t...

[email protected]: THOUGHTS FROM THE PRINCIPAL

Sandpoint High principal David Miles talks to freshmen and their parents in this August 2019 photo. Miles talked to CP@3 host Connor Bird after spring break about the impact of the coronavirus closure.

Connor Bird, Radio and Podcast Editor

April 12, 2020

[email protected]’s Connor Bird interviewed Sandpoint High principal after spring break concluded to get an update on the coronavirus closure. Click on the media player below to listen. Miles talked about the Idaho State Board of Education's decision to extend the school closure, but with an opportunity for...

EXTENDED SOFT CLOSURE

CP advisor William Love joins staffers Connor Bird, Joe Parsley, and Molly Balison to discuss the soft closure extension.

Joe Parsley, Connor Bird, and Molly Balison

April 9, 2020

On April 6th, the Idaho State Board of Education unanimously voted to extend the soft closure for the rest of the 2019-2020 school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  But due to how scattered the cases are around Idaho, there’s still a possibility some schools return to an in-class setting lat...

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF CORONAVIRUS

Students participate in last October's Global Climate Strike outside of Sandpoint High School. The Coronavirus pandemic has had an impact on the environment globally. Will the positive ecological effects seen in some parts of the world during the pandemic last?

Wyatt Waud, Club Editor

April 8, 2020

The Coronavirus Pandemic has an inescapable impact across the world. Every corner of the earth has felt the ripple of coronavirus in some form. From record-breaking economic downturn to violence over toilet paper, the widespread disease has had many unforeseen outcomes. However, one effect most eve...

CORONAVIRUS: THE LOST SPRING

Students at SHS have started online classes from home on March 17th.

Hadley Goodvin, Reviews Editor

April 3, 2020

The extended closing of Sandpoint High because of the coronavirus may seem like a dream-come-true to some, but many students are feeling the impact it is having on learning and activities. The school closure, which took affect March 17 for the Lake Pend Oreille School district, has impacted students...

PROM POSTPONED

Many SHS students have already purchased prom attire and face the threat of wasted money.

Gabby Hicks, Sports Editor

March 27, 2020

As the school year comes to a close, senior-based events both official, and unofficial, such as academic achievement night, prom, skip day, senior sunset and other events are being impacted due to nation's coronavirus pandemic. Due to the soft school closure through April 20 by Idaho's State Board of ...

BINGE-WORTHY SERIES FOR BREAK

Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, and HBO NOW are some of the streaming services with binge-worthy TV series.

Joe Parsley, Website & Video Managing Editor

March 26, 2020

With spring break quickly approaching on top of the coronavirus canceling all school in Idaho until April 20th, you’re probably going to have some free time on your hands. Sure, you still have to do online school and maybe you might hang out with friends six feet apart, but you’ll definitely ha...

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