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  • Academic Achievement Night will be held on Wednesday, May 26th
  • AP tests will be taking place in the month of May.
  • Prom will be on Saturday, June 5th.
  • Declaration Day for Seniors is Friday, May 7th.
A healthcare worker conducts a drive up COVID-19 test

Behind the Mask

Molly Balison, Editor in Chief January 8, 2021

Exhausted from traveling, the emergency medicine physician, Tricia Dickens, roamed the El Paso International airport. She was surrounded by individuals suited up in masks who were booking flights to escape...

Students brave the cold and statewide cautionaries to socialize with their peers

Socially Undistanced

Lucy Allen, News Editor & Co-Radio Host January 5, 2021

In the mornings, students can be seen hanging out outside of Sandpoint High School. Normally, when the winter months roll around, kids would move their before school gatherings into the commons until the...

Covid Color Changes

Covid Color Changes

Chris Koch, News Editor & Co Radio Editor December 30, 2020

The Lake Ponderay School District has been modifying their original COVID-19 protocols. The original color plan included green (no community spread), yellow (Minimal to moderate community spread), orange...

COVID-19 Vaccines

COVID-19 Vaccines

Chris Koch, News Editor & Co Radio Editor November 26, 2020

The Coronavirus pandemic seems to be far from over, but news from the past couple of weeks has shed light on some possible solutions to the pandemic and has given rise to hope.  Three COVID-19 vaccines...

There are many styles and types of masks that people have been seen wearing around school.

What Your Mask Says About You

Peyton Mullen, Gracphic Design Editor September 27, 2020

Nowadays, everybody has to wear a mask which gives a unique opportunity for people to express themselves in creative ways. Here's what the type of mask you wear says about you.   Surgical  You...

Some common items new students at SHS will need is a map and a bell schedule. Along with that, every student needs a mask in order to attend school.

New School with a New Normal

Chris Koch, News Editor & Co-Radio Host September 21, 2020
A struggle for new students at Sandpoint High is making new friends because of the lack of interaction between students onset by the COVID-19 protocols.
CP@3: The Reopening Plan

[email protected]: The Reopening Plan

Connor Bird, Radio & Podcast Managing Editor August 16, 2020

[email protected] host Connor Bird talks to the superintendent of the Lake Pend Oreille School District, Tom Albertson, as well as the principal of Sandpoint High School, David Miles, to discuss reopening plans for...

restaurants and businesses.

BACK OPEN FOR BUSINESS

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...

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

[email protected]: CORONAVIRUS & COLLEGE ADMISSION

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...

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

CONNECTING … WHILE DISTANCING

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...

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

10 SIGNS OF QUARANTINE 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...

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

FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS

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...

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