The student news site of Sandpoint High School

Cedar Post

The student news site of Sandpoint High School

Cedar Post

The student news site of Sandpoint High School

Cedar Post

Construction Combine

Construction Combine

Lauren Pistole, Content Gatherer May 5, 2022

The construction combine was an event where students from Sandpoint High school and other local schools learned how to build sheds which were given to veterans. They also learned skills that are needed...

Changing it Up

Changing it Up

Lucy Allen, Editor In Chief May 2, 2022

In anticipation of next school year Current Superintendent Tom Albertson and next year's new superintendent, Becky Meyer, have made the decision to switch some administrative positions around. Current...

Ukraine Foreign Exchange Student: Her Story

Ukraine Foreign Exchange Student: Her Story

Lucy Allen, Editor In Chief March 15, 2022

For most people being away from close family during stressful or hard times can be a struggle. For Sandpoint High School exchange student, Viktoriia Synovyd this is currently her reality. Synovyd lives...

Adapting to the Old

Adapting to the Old

Ryan Kimmelshue March 13, 2022

In March of 2020, in response to the Coronavirus pandemic, the Lake Pend Oreille School Board made the decision to finish the 2019-2020 school year in a distance learning format. These changes were sudden...

Sandpoint Community Ice Rink

Sandpoint Community Ice Rink

Lucy Allen, Graphic Design Editor January 5, 2022

Sandpoint’s winters are chilly and if you're not a skier or snowboarder it can feel very long and dreary. Kids at Sandpoint High School are always looking for a new place to hang with friends. Dr. Robert...

What is the Omicron Variant?

What is the Omicron Variant?

Ryan Kimmelshue, Content Gatherer December 18, 2021

The Omicron Variant started out small and was expected to become one of the fewer know variants of COVID. On November 26, the World Health Organization’s Technical Advisory Group on Virus Evolution (TAG-VE)...

Sandpoints Employment Crisis

Sandpoint’s Employment Crisis

Sindy Terrones, Content Gatherer December 10, 2021

As mask mandates began to lift throughout Idaho in April, and the state entered Stage 4 of its Idaho Rebounds Plan in May, businesses reopened, events were no longer postponed, and families began to plan...

A Local Perspective

A Local Perspective

Lucy Allen, Graphic Design Editor December 2, 2021

In most of our lifetimes there has never been an issue as decisive as vaccine mandates and both sides have very strong opinions. Those who believe in the vaccines, including current President Joe Biden,...

Slowing it Down

Slowing it Down

Casey Reid and Maren Davidson October 26, 2021

 In late August, the city of Sandpoint painted visible signs on the roads at the beginning of all school zones, indicating a new speed limit. As of recently, all speed limits in the school zones of Sandpoint...

[email protected] With Will Clark and Elly Pincher

October 25, 2021

Cedar Post editor Will Clark speaks with the junior class representative Elly Pincher. Pincher explains how student council planned homecoming and the role of student council.

A Sucker for Kindness

A Sucker for Kindness

Molly Balison February 11, 2021

  To kick off Kindness week, the student council decided to bring back candy grams as a way to spread kindness through Sandpoint High School and celebrate Valentine’s Day. Students can purchase...

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...

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