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FREE THE PLAYWICKIAN

FREE THE PLAYWICKIAN

Sarah Wells, Business Manager

January 27, 2015


Filed under NEWS

Recently, a Pennsylvania high school newspaper, “The Playwickian,” was prohibited by the school’s administration from making editorial decisions in regard to the use of the school mascot’s name in the paper. In response to this issue, an overwhelming amount of attention fell on First Amendment...

REDZONE RESTRICTIONS

REDZONE RESTRICTIONS

Ben Bristow, Staff Member

January 27, 2015


Filed under FEATURE, NEWS

When the Red Zone opens you may notice some of your favorite snacks are missing. Since last school year new federal food guidelines have been put in place that will affect many of the items sold at the student ran store. These new policies apply to all foods and beverages that are sold during the...

NEW FACES OF SHS

NEW FACES OF SHS

Sadie Nitcy, News Editor

January 27, 2015


Filed under NEWS

Mike Martz Hometown: Sandpoint, ID Job at SHS: Science teacher, administrative assistant, instructional coach What are you looking forward to this year at SHS? Working in different positions and earning a new perspective. If you could be any fictional character, who would you be? Hiro from th...

HOMECOMING LOCATION SET

Hailey Dunn, Sports Editor

January 23, 2015


Filed under NEWS

The new district standards proved to be very challenging for the student council in finding a location for the homecoming dance. Because the district holds a requirement that the venue has to be in city limits and hold at least 600 students, the student council has decided to hold the homecoming dance...

A NEW COACH FOR A FIVE STAR TEAM

A NEW COACH FOR A FIVE STAR TEAM

Preston Cole, Editor-in-Chief

September 30, 2014


Filed under NEWS

With the launch of the 2014-15 school year, multiple new faces can be recognized with a simple stroll down the hallways. Among those faces, Tom Albertson, the new principal of Sandpoint High School is beginning his 28th year as a member of the LPOSD school district staff. “I look forward to workin...

CODE CHANGE

CODE CHANGE

Preston Cole, Editor-in-Chief

September 30, 2014


Filed under NEWS

According to the World Health Organization, 74.1 percent of Americans are medically pronounced ‘obese.’ This year, schools around the nation are taking nutritional action and considering what they are offering to their students to take aim at obesity. As an effort to improve health and general...

NEW PARKING

Preston Cole, Editor-in-Chief

September 30, 2014


Filed under NEWS

The new color coded student parking arrangements are officially in place with the start of the new school year. With the year fresh upon the students, many are asking questions like, “What will happen if I have late arrival?” and “What if people are aggressively protecting ‘their’ spot?” The...

STUDENTS AND STAFF HELP ALS RESEARCH

STUDENTS AND STAFF HELP ALS RESEARCH

Sadie Nitcy, News Editor

September 27, 2014


Filed under NEWS

As buckets of cold, frigid water continue to be poured over both celebrity icons and local Sandpoint High School students alike, the latest summer “trend” has brought a noble cause to the forefront helping fund research for Lou Gehrig’s disease. Many students participated in the ice bucket challenge...

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