Cedar Post

  • Make sure to pick up your yearbook in the foyer on Wednesday May 29th!

  • The Oscars for Drama students will be in the auditorium on Friday May 31st starting at 7 PM!

  • SHS Choir's Spring Fling will be at the Panida Theatre on Thursday May 30th starting at 6 PM!

  • No school on Memorial Day (Monday May 27th)!

2015 CO-VALEDICTORIANS AND SALUTATORIAN ANNOUNCED

2015 CO-VALEDICTORIANS AND SALUTATORIAN ANNOUNCED

Preston Cole, Editor-in-Chief

March 16, 2015


Filed under NEWS

For some high school students, simply the task of completing the credits necessary to graduate can be a challenge. For others, rising above the requirements and taking as many Advanced Placement (AP), Honors, and Dual Credit (DC) classes as possible is just one of the many steps on the path to gradu...

POAC ART SHOW

POAC ART SHOW

Sarah Wells, Business Manager

March 13, 2015


Filed under FEATURE, NEWS, SLIDESHOWS

The Pend Oreille Arts Council (POAC) hosted a Lake Pend Oreille School District art show on March 13, 2015.

LPOSD LEVY APPROVED

LPOSD LEVY APPROVED

Sarah Almeida, Copy Editor

March 11, 2015


Filed under NEWS

Voters approved a levy for the Lake Pend Oreille School District on March 10. With a voter turnout of a little more than 5,000 people, the final tally was 3,497 votes for and 1,515 against. The levy will run for the next two years, but no additional taxes will be added since it will replace ...

CAROLINE SUPPIGER: PRESIDENT OF IASC

CAROLINE SUPPIGER: PRESIDENT OF IASC

Delia Boyd, Staff Member

March 5, 2015


Filed under NEWS

On Friday, Feb. 27 members of Sandpoint High School Student Council traveled down to Boise State University to compete at the State Student Council Conference. The junior class Student Leadership President, Caroline Suppiger, had previously decided to take on the task of running for the IASC (Idaho...

PARTY PROBLEMS

PARTY PROBLEMS

Preston Cole and Sarah Wells

February 27, 2015


Filed under NEWS, VIDEO

Parties in high school are a drastic departure from the days of childhood get-togethers and parent-arranged playdates. Alcohol, marijuana and other substances are notorious for being present at such parties, and many high schoolers are presented with the choice to attend, and to partake in, these activities. A...

“FIND PIG, WIN BIG” CONCLUDES

“FIND PIG, WIN BIG” CONCLUDES

Sarah Wells, Business Manager

February 26, 2015


Filed under NEWS

Horizon Credit Union partnered with Sandpoint High School Student Leadership and administration to put on the junior-class "Find Pig, Win Big" financial literacy program this winter, and winners were announced on Feb. 25 at an assembly. BreLynn Converse completed the program first and won $500 to...

LEVY MEETING

LEVY MEETING

Sarah Wells, Business Manager

February 19, 2015


Filed under FEATURE, NEWS

On Feb. 18, Lake Pend Oreille School District Superintendent Shawn Woodward met with parents and community members at Sandpoint High School to present information about the 2015 Replacement Supplemental Levy. The upcoming vote on March 10, 2015 is for a two-year levy which totals $15,767,484 split...

IDAHO EDUCATION NETWORK ISSUES

IDAHO EDUCATION NETWORK ISSUES

Sarah Wells, Business Manager

February 18, 2015


Filed under FEATURE, NEWS

Idaho state lawmakers declared the Idaho Education Network (IEN) defunct on Tuesday. This network provided broadband internet and Idaho Digital Learning Academy (IDLA) course access to students across the state of Idaho, including at Sandpoint High School. District Court judge Patrick Owen ruled in...

SAT TIPS

SAT TIPS

Sarah Wells and Caroline Suppiger

February 17, 2015


Filed under NEWS

1. Invest in an SAT Prep book or tutor. 2. Make sure you bring a calculator. 3. Eliminate answers you know are wrong. Always try to increase your probability of getting a correct answer by elimination. If you have no idea, leave it blank, as you will lose points for incorrect answers on the mult...

DIRECTOR LINDNER

Oakley Pettit, Staff Member

February 17, 2015


Filed under NEWS

Although he is known for his technological savvy, SHS tech support Rob Lindner also has another passion that he is pursuing: film. Lindner is directing, producing and writing his own short film inspired by a 2011 Radiohead song, “Give Up the Ghost.” He has already cast a number of SHS students...

REPLACING SCREENS

REPLACING SCREENS

Mikayla Brennan, Staff Member

February 17, 2015


Filed under NEWS

Students at SHS have the opportunity to become skilled in a wide variety of topics, ranging from creating a yearbook to building an airplane. One student, Anthony Mione, has taken his technology based skills to the next level. Under the wing of teacher Alex Gray, Mione has learned how to replace the...

ADD THE WORDS

ADD THE WORDS

Preston Cole, Editor-in-Chief

February 13, 2015


Filed under NEWS

Add the Words is a political action committee in Idaho focused on adding “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” to the Idaho Human Rights Act (IHRA). Recently, the additions were printed for introduction in the Idaho Senate after several years of protests and activism in Idaho.

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