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  • 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!

DECLARATION DAY DIARIES

DECLARATION DAY DIARIES

Cedar Post staff

May 6, 2019


Filed under FEATURE, NEWS, SHOWCASE

Declaration Day was on May 2nd, and most seniors wore clothes that identified their post-secondary plans. The Cedar Post interviewed seniors about their plans.

CPODCAST: MUHAMMAD FISH

CPODCAST: MUHAMMAD FISH

Corinne Capodagli and Josh Wells

April 26, 2019


Filed under FEATURE, MULTIMEDIA, PODCASTS, SHOWCASE

In this week's episode of the Cedar Podcast, Corinne and Josh sit down with up-and-coming band Muhammad Fish. Sandpoint's newest band is a collection of students from Sandpoint High School and Sandpoint Middle School. The band hopes to pioneer a sound they call space rock bluegrass. ...

2019 FESTIVAL LINEUP

2019 FESTIVAL LINEUP

Maren Andrick, Web Staff

April 17, 2019


Filed under ARTS AND CULTURE, FEATURE, SHOWCASE

The Festival at Sandpoint recently announced the lineup for the concert series' 37th season. Start prepping for this summer's FAS with this guide to the six big concerts, which start on Aug. 1 at War Memorial Field. Nathaniel Rateliff + The Night Sweats CONCERT DATE: Thursday, Aug. 1 TICKET PRICE: $59.95 ($84.95 early entry) MUSICAL STYLE: Americana / Soulful R&B ...

FROM ZHENHAO TO VICTOR

FROM ZHENHAO TO VICTOR

Tara Rawlings, Copy Editor

April 9, 2019


Filed under FEATURE, SHOWCASE

Senior Zhenhao Zhong, known to his classmates as Victor, moved to Sandpoint, Idaho from the Hong Kong area in China for family reasons in 2013. Some of the largest differences in Zhong’s move he noted as being the amount of people in the city, transitioning from around 30 million to 8,000 ...

TIMES ARE CHANGING

TIMES ARE CHANGING

Bruin Jones, Web Staff

March 18, 2019


Filed under FEATURE, SHOWCASE

High school sports have been around for generations, but it seems as though recently they aren’t as competitive as they used to be. In small towns like Sandpoint, it feels as though high school sports are “dying”. Dying in the sense of fan participation and the competitive edge that they bro...

KJETIL: THE GUITAR HERO

KJETIL: THE GUITAR HERO

Addi House, Lifestyles Editor

March 11, 2019


Filed under FEATURE, SHOWCASE

“If you see some guy with big hair and these clothes just walking down the street, you’re like ‘hey that guy, he has a story to tell,’” Sophomore Kjetil Lund-Andersen said when asked to describe himself. And this Sandpoint High sophomore  definitely has a story to be told. While many know...

ON THE RIGHT COURSE

ON THE RIGHT COURSE

Connor Bird, Sports Editor

March 7, 2019


Filed under FEATURE, OUTDOORS, SPORTS

In any sport getting to the next level physically and mentally takes hours of work and training. The same principle applies to ski racing. Junior Addison McNamara has certainly had his struggles with the sport. Most of his races this season he has either not finished or has been disqualified. T...

THE R WORD

THE R WORD

Corinne Capodagli, Editor-in-Chief

January 10, 2019


Filed under FEATURE, SHOWCASE

The vernacular surrounding the word retarded sparks debate around Sandpoint High School, as students and staff ponder the implications of using an antiquated term for social benefit. Retarded, as defined by Merriam Webster, is to be “slow or limited in intellectual or emotional development.” ...

ONE OF DRAMA’S FINEST

ONE OF DRAMA’S FINEST

Shea Kilpatrick, Lifestyles Editor

December 17, 2018


Filed under ARTS AND CULTURE, FEATURE, SHOWCASE

Junior Erica Etzwiler may be a small statured sixteen year old, but her level of talent goes far beyond her size. Etzwiler only began drama competition this year, but has already landed a first place position at the recent district and state competitions, receiving a perfect score at state, an unheard...

KINDERHAVEN KINDNESS

KINDERHAVEN KINDNESS

Rebekah Nelson, Web Staff

December 15, 2018


Filed under FEATURE, NEWS, SHOWCASE

With the holiday season here, it is a time when we should remember those who may be struggling through this time of the year. This is also a time when we should remember how we can help make this difficult season more enjoyable for people who wrestle with this family oriented holiday celebration. Kinder...

TAKING TIME TO BE THANKFUL

TAKING TIME TO BE THANKFUL

Corinne Capodagli, Editor-in-Chief

November 21, 2018


Filed under FEATURE, NEWS, SHOWCASE

Thanksgiving takes on a new meaning for some students at Sandpoint High School, as the holiday marks a bittersweet occasion to celebrate with family. “Thanksgiving is important to me because my Grandma has stage four Ovarian Cancer and she’s had it for three years now,” Senior Emma Dreier s...

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