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  • There will be no school on Friday, Nov. 1, which is the end of the 1st quarter.
  • The girls soccer team plays Pocatello on Oct. 24 in the first game of the state tournament.
  • Parent-teacher conferences are scheduled for Nov. 14-15.

ON THE RIGHT COURSE

ON THE RIGHT COURSE

Connor Bird, Sports Editor

March 7, 2019

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

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

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

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

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...

MUSIC: THE UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE

MUSIC: THE UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE

Rebekah Nelson, Web Staff

November 9, 2018

Miriam Schild is one of the foreign exchange students here at Sandpoint High School this year; she is also a member of the school’s Symphonic Band.  This band, being the highest level, and also counting as an honors class, is fairly impressive for a foreign exchange student to be in. So it’s i...

BADGE VS BADGE

BADGE VS BADGE

Connor Bird, Sports Editor

November 8, 2018

Sandpoint High School is facing the daunting task of trying to combat the recent nationwide trend of underage vaping. Surgeon General reported the number of underage e-cigarette users has increased 900% in four years. Recently, the number of students who vape during school has increased drastically as we...

DEFYING THE STANDARDS

DEFYING THE STANDARDS

Molly Balison, Web Staff

November 6, 2018

We have all experienced a time when we have either felt excluded or pressured to comply with standards that prohibit us from deciding on who we want to be. In every public school, a small town being no exception, lies the unwritten social standards that students are expected to acknowledge. What makes ...

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