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A WEEKLY RELEASE

A WEEKLY RELEASE

Addi House, Social Media Editor

January 23, 2018


Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE

Many leaving middle school and entering high school were unhappy with the transition from early release every week to once a month. However, beginning second semester, Sandpoint High School will switch to an early release Wednesday schedule, similar to every other school in the District. While havi...

COMMUNITY GEARS UP FOR WOMEN’S MARCH

COMMUNITY GEARS UP FOR WOMEN’S MARCH

McCalee Cain, Editor-in-Chief

January 19, 2018


Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE

Saturday, Jan. 20 will mark Sandpoint’s second North Idaho Women’s March, a local offshoot of the Annual International Women’s March. Community members and SHS students alike are gearing up for a day of conversation and activism. The March will begin at Sandpoint Middle School at 12:00 p.m. Th...

KIRSCHER GOES BIG

KIRSCHER GOES BIG

Erin Meek, Lifestyles Editor

January 19, 2018


Filed under FEATURE, NEWS, SHOWCASE, STUDENT LIFE

It’s no surprise that senior Grace Kirscher has been gaining recognition for her athletic abilities. From being a varsity member in both volleyball and basketball since Freshman year to being committed to Eastern Washington University, Kirscher is a veteran to sports fame. Recently, Kirscher ea...

A CHOIR CHRISTMAS IN JANUARY

A CHOIR CHRISTMAS IN JANUARY

Jezza Hutto, Sports Editor

January 17, 2018


Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE

The SHS Christmas Choir Concert originally scheduled for December 20th was cancelled because of the snow days before winter break, but the show must go on. The four choirs will perform on Wednesday, January 17th to make up for the cancelled concert. A large reason that the concert was not cancelled altogether was...

SENIOR PROJECTS IN CONNECTIONS

SENIOR PROJECTS IN CONNECTIONS

Jezza Hutto, Sports Editor

January 14, 2018


Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE, STUDENT LIFE

BREAST CANCER AWARENESS NIGHT

BREAST CANCER AWARENESS NIGHT

Corinne Capodagli, Opinion Editor

January 10, 2018


Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE, STUDENT LIFE

Tuesday, Jan. 9, Sandpoint students and community members came together to raise money for the Celebrate Life Organization at the SHS basketball’s breast cancer awareness night. The “Pink Night” was inspired by the breast cancer diagnosis of Maryland Ward, wife of the girl’s basketball coa...

INSIDE TOYS FOR TOTS

INSIDE TOYS FOR TOTS

Ciena Christensen, Web Editor

December 22, 2017


Filed under NEWS

Students have significantly contributed to the local Toys for Tots program throughout the numerous years of Sandpoint High School’s involvement. In 2005, National Honor Society (NHS) introduced the Toys for Tots program to the school due to its association with the Lions Club, Sandpoint’s organizer...

SCHWEITZER ROUNDABOUT

SCHWEITZER ROUNDABOUT

Ahna Groat, Assistant Web Editor

December 22, 2017


Filed under NEWS

As of November 22, the highly anticipated Schweitzer cutoff and Boyer roundabout is finally open for public use. The roundabout was initially set to open on November 10, but was pushed back for a couple weeks. After six months of having to go around on two different detours people are now able to...

B4P: BEHIND THE SCENES

B4P: BEHIND THE SCENES

Mason White, Web Staff

December 18, 2017


Filed under NEWS

The annual Battle for the Paddle (B4P) spirit competition between Sandpoint and Lakeland is coming up in January 19. For those who aren’t sure of what B4P is, here’s the rundown: it’s a spirit competition against Lakeland High School and both student bodies come dressed in their school colors....

MY TRIP TO SPAIN

MY TRIP TO SPAIN

Gage Sigman, Web Staff

December 12, 2017


Filed under LIFESTYLE, NEWS, SHOWCASE, VIDEO

CPTV

CPTV

Sam Diercks and McCalee Cain

December 9, 2017


Filed under FEATURE, NEWS, SHOWCASE, VIDEO

BREAKING NEWS: RACIST PROPAGANDA SPREADS TO SHS

BREAKING NEWS: RACIST PROPAGANDA SPREADS TO SHS

McCalee Cain, Editor-in-Chief

November 30, 2017


Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE

On Nov. 30, a batch of CDs loaded with racist propaganda was delivered to Sandpoint High School’s parking lot. According to School Resource Officer Spencer Smith, at least 20 percent of the vehicles in the parking lot had discs on their windshields. He speculated that the delivery occurred between...

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