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  • The end of the 1st term for classes is Nov. 6. Course grades will be part of your transcripts.
  • The football team hosts Hillcrest on Friday at 7 p.m. to open the 4A State Playoffs

Psyched About Bikes

 Ezra Stafford drops off a rock while braving a mountain biking trail.

Piper Frank, Outdoors Editor

October 18, 2020

Sandpoint is a great place to enjoy the outdoors, especially on a bike. Mountain biking is a great way to get outside and experience all of the trails Sandpoint has to offer. In addition to being an art teacher, Ezra Stafford has recently partaken in being a one-third owner of a local bike shop,...

The Senior Experience

Senior Baxter Pollard holds up a 2021 graduation tassel

Chris Koch, News Editor and Co-Radio Host

October 9, 2020

Senior Year. It's the year every high schooler looks forward to. For the class of 2021, their senior experience is definitely different then what they anticipated. Social distancing, mask mandates, and a different schedule are all adjustments seniors have to make from their past 3 years of high scho...

Out in Nature

Out in Nature

Lucy Allen, Multi-Media & Reviews Editor

October 8, 2020

Phillip Darrah  Senior Phillip Darrah says his family has always hunted. When he was 14, he completed a hunter’s education class and was taught skills by his grandfather. Darrah’s favorite gun is a 308 and he enjoys hunting every season. Darrah says he likes hunting in Boville ID because “it'...

Long Drifts Equal Big Fish

Band teacher Aaron Gordon holds a fish he caught on the Kootenai River.

Piper Frank, Outdoors Editor

October 1, 2020

Do you like to fish and love beautiful scenery? Then book a trip on the Kootenai River with local teacher Aaron Gordon. Gordon is a band teacher at the high school during the week but is a fishing guide during the weekends and in the summer. He owns a business called Long Drift Outfitters where he rows ...

Freshmen First Impressions

Freshman Hannah Harvey shares what she thinks of the high school so far.
 

Ali Terry, Social Media Editor

September 30, 2020

The first day of school this year looked different than it has in the past. This was especially true for the freshman. Since distancing regulations were put in place, there was no designated freshman orientation night where new students would typically  understand how the high school is set up and h...

What Your Mask Says About You

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

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 might be someone who just wants to achieve your goals but only through the bare minimum or you don't wa...

Potential for Positivity

Potential for Positivity

Fallyn O'Connor, Opinions Editor

September 24, 2020

This school year is obviously different and confusing, but in these difficult times it’s important to have things to look forward too. We are all navigating the newness of this school year, so if students try to stay positive and support each other, everyone will get through this crazy year. Here a...

CP Review: Free Lunches

CP Review: Free Lunches

Dillon Terry, Sports Editor

September 23, 2020

Lunch time is a little different at Sandpoint High School. This is the first year that students have been told to eat lunch in their classrooms for a designated time during 4th period. Students also get to enjoy free sack lunches put together by the kitchen staff for the time being. Watch the video bel...

New School with a New Normal

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.

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.

Summer Highlights

Senior Olivia Lynch is caught in action successfully rowing her first boat down the Lower Main Salmon this summer.

Piper Frank, Outdoors Editor

September 18, 2020

The summer of 2020 was unlike most summers, yet it is a summer we will all remember. Due to Covid-19 Sandpoint High School students were more restricted from the freedom summer usually brings them. However, students were still able to go out and explore the outdoors. This summer, the outdoors was a great place ...

REMEMBERING THE CLASS OF 2020

Paget Stirzaker, an AP art student at SHS, channels her art talent into a memento for the senior class.

Abigail Hendricks, Opinion Editor

June 4, 2020

During the times of uncertainty and struggle during the quarantine order for COVID-19, senior Paget Stirzaker has decided to dedicate her time to the class of 2020 and creating a lasting memory for her fellow classmates.  About a month ago, Stirzaker concocted the idea of creating a senior triptyc...

IMPROVE YOUR MENTAL HEALTH AT HOME

One of the ways you can boost your mood is by setting up a relaxing space and journaling.

Molly Balison, Lifestyle Editor

May 14, 2020

While this time may be challenging academically and socially, it is important for students to keep their mental health in check. All the negativity going on in the world currently can be depressing and stir up anxieties. Instead of focusing on the negative aspects, you can use your free time at home ...

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