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  • There is a connections class/schedule on Thursday, October 17th.
  • There will be no school on Friday November 1st which is the end of the 1st quarter.
  • The school-wide testing day is Wednesday, Oct. 16. Seniors will attend the finance fair.

HIGH SCHOOL INFLUENCER

HIGH SCHOOL INFLUENCER

Hadley Goodvin, Reviews Editor

October 11, 2019

Senior Madalyn Mattila uses her comical personality to express herself on the well-known social media video app, TikTok. Mattila has been using the app since November of 2018 and has gained over 52,000 followers. You can find Mattila at ‘maddie.km’ on TikTok. Her first viral video got 45,000...

TEACHER ROYALTY QUIZ

TEACHER ROYALTY QUIZ

Wil Auld, Outdoors Editor

October 4, 2019

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DRESS FOR HOCO SUCCESS

DRESS FOR HOCO SUCCESS

Shea Kilpatrick, Senior Managing Editor

September 27, 2019

THE MILITARY OPTION

THE MILITARY OPTION

Tara Rawlings

May 2, 2019

As senior year draws to a close, students are discovering who they are and what their plans are for the future. For four students — Ben Robinson, Leah Aller, Kelso Garcia, and Devyn O’ Connell — the future means  serving their country through the military. Each student is choosing a differe...

STATEMENTS OF SPIRITUALITY

STATEMENTS OF SPIRITUALITY

Molly Balison, Web Staff

April 29, 2019

Senior Yeo Won Yarnell, Christian When did you become a Christian? “I made the decision to follow Jesus at an early age, but as I’ve grown and matured, I’ve made Him more of a priority. I believe that becoming a Christian is about having a relationship with God. It is a daily choice to conti...

PHOTO STORY: OUTDOOR ABSTRACT

PHOTO STORY: OUTDOOR ABSTRACT

Digital Photography Classes

April 22, 2019

School can be a different place ... depending on how a student looks at it. The digital photography classes were asked to find the abstract around the school's campus. The slideshow is a collection of some of the abstractions students found around the high school.

SCHOOL-WIDE KINDNESS

SCHOOL-WIDE KINDNESS

Molly Balison

March 3, 2019

Students’ days were a little brighter this week as Sandpoint High School observed kindness week February 25 through March 1 of 2019. The Student Council made it their mission to introduce acts of kindness into students’ lives throughout the entire week by organizing various activities for student...

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 ...

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...

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