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  • AP tests will be taking place in the month of May.
  • Prom will be on Saturday, June 5th.
  • Declaration Day for Seniors is Friday, May 7th.
Schweitzer Logo: Success or Sellout?

Schweitzer Logo: Success or Sellout?

Ryan Little April 26, 2021

Idaho’s famous ski resort, Schweitzer Mountain Resort, has faced backlash from the Sandpoint community after their recent logo change. On April 7th, the social media team revealed their rebrand which...

Point-Counterpoint: Mask Off

Point-Counterpoint: Mask Off

Peyton Mullen and Conagher McCown April 22, 2021

On March 23rd 2021, the Lake Pend Oreille School District board voted to remove the mask mandate. The meeting ended in a 3-2 resulting in the removal of the requirement. The school board backed this decision...

Shake Off the Winter Blues

Shake Off the Winter Blues

January 15, 2021

We all know about depression, but what some people don’t know is that seasonal depression exists too. However, there is a chemical in the brian that can help combat seasonal depression called serotonin....

Five Festive Films

Five Festive Films

Piper Frank, Outdoors Editor December 24, 2020

1. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (PG-13) Chevy Chase stars in this hilarious Christmas classic about getting together with crazy relatives for the holidays. Chevy Chase plays the dad in the...

Naughty & Nice

Naughty & Nice

Fallyn O'Connor, Opinion Editor December 23, 2020

There are several great things about the holiday season, however, some choose to focus on some negative aspects of the holidays. There is a lot of hype around Christmas time as it is one of the most celebrated...

15 Horror Movies to Watch this Halloween

15 Horror Movies to Watch this Halloween

Chris Koch, News Editor & Co-Radio Host October 28, 2020

1. Us (R) This movie was written and directed by Jordan Peele. Inside this horror story lives a family who goes on a vacation. The mother, with a haunting childhood story, believes something is awry....

7 of the Scariest Mythical Monsters

7 of the Scariest Mythical Monsters

Fallyn O'Connor, Opinion Editor October 27, 2020

Want to be spooked leading up to Halloween? Here are some of the most terrifying mythical monsters originating from several countries. These creatures are so scary that once you hear their stories it’s...

No Chance for a First Dance

Chris Koch and Peyton Mullen October 15, 2020

Homecoming week is usually one of the most memorable and thrilling weeks in high school. It is a week that all students look forward to. This year, things are looking quite different at Sandpoint high...

Cedar Post staffers discuss SHSs new schedule and Covid related regulations.

[email protected] Roundtable: Masks and the New System

Wil Auld, Chris Koch, Dillon Terry, and Piper Frank October 5, 2020

[email protected] Co-Hosts Wil Auld and Chris Koch talk with Cedar Post staffers Piper Frank and Dillon Terry about their thoughts being required to wear masks and their impressions of the new system at Sandpoint High...

History teacher Mrs. Haynes wears a mask while teaching her students a condensed lesson.

Teachers’ Takes on 4×4 Schedule

Bella Baker, Lifestyle Editor September 25, 2020

After many months of distance learning, school has started back up again. With many new changes coming to SHS, it's going to take awhile to get used to the new rules and schedule being implemented this...

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.

New School with a New Normal

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.
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