Cedar Post

  • The end of the 1st term for classes is Nov. 6. Course grades will be part of your transcripts.
  • The boys soccer team plays Vallivue on Thursday at 2 p.m. (PDT) to open the 4A State Tournament

No Chance for a First Dance

Students will miss out on a Homecoming dance this year because of COVID-19 restrictions.

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 school since the homecoming dance, the most exciting part of homecoming week, has been canceled. Many f...

[email protected] Roundtable: Masks and the New System

Cedar Post staffers discuss SHS's new schedule and Covid related regulations.

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 School. The interview first aired on [email protected], a radio show on 88.5 KRFY that airs each Thursday...

Teachers’ Takes on 4×4 Schedule

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

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 school year. The school day has been cut almost in half making classes only about an hour long and ma...

New School with a New Normal

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.

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.

VIDEO GAMES KEEPING ME SANE

VIDEO GAMES KEEPING ME SANE

Wyatt Waud, Club Editor

May 22, 2020

If you’re anything like me, the governor’s stay at home order has come with a drastic rise in hours poured into video games. It’s something I’m a bit ashamed of, but let’s just say my gameplay time has at least doubled. When you’re putting that much time into gaming, it’s natural to grow ...

CP REVIEW: THE LAST DANCE

CP REVIEW: THE LAST DANCE

Joe Parsley, Website & Video Managing Editor

May 19, 2020

During the 1990s, the Chicago Bulls dynasty, led by head coach Phil Jackson and players Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen, absolutely terrorized the league by stealing six championships, or two three-peats. For perspective, only 3 teams have ever won three straight championships from 1970 to today....

CP REVIEW: SHERLOCK

Here's a basic overview of the Netflix Original and its characters.

Peyton Mullen, Graphic Design Editor

May 11, 2020

MAY THE 4TH BE WITH YOU

In honor of National Star Wars day, (re)watching and talking about Star Wars feels like an obligation for fans.

Joe Parsley, Website & Video Managing Editor

May 4, 2020

Star Wars fans, buckle up because today is May 4th (be with you).  As a Star Wars fan myself, I feel obligated to write about my favorite movie series, especially on it’s national day. Here are my thoughts on the best and worst of each trilogy, my movie rankings and a little prediction at the end....

CP REVIEW: TIGER KING

CP REVIEW: TIGER KING

Joe Parsley, Website & Video Managing Editor

April 16, 2020

*SPOILER ALERT* “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness” has become one of the most watched shows on Netflix since it was released in March. Over the course of roughly 5 years, a Netflix crew followed the story of “Joe Exotic” and his battle with Carol Baskin, his own business, and event...

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF CORONAVIRUS

Students participate in last October's Global Climate Strike outside of Sandpoint High School. The Coronavirus pandemic has had an impact on the environment globally. Will the positive ecological effects seen in some parts of the world during the pandemic last?

Wyatt Waud, Club Editor

April 8, 2020

The Coronavirus Pandemic has an inescapable impact across the world. Every corner of the earth has felt the ripple of coronavirus in some form. From record-breaking economic downturn to violence over toilet paper, the widespread disease has had many unforeseen outcomes. However, one effect most eve...

BINGE-WORTHY SERIES FOR BREAK

Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, and HBO NOW are some of the streaming services with binge-worthy TV series.

Joe Parsley, Website & Video Managing Editor

March 26, 2020

With spring break quickly approaching on top of the coronavirus canceling all school in Idaho until April 20th, you’re probably going to have some free time on your hands. Sure, you still have to do online school and maybe you might hang out with friends six feet apart, but you’ll definitely ha...

BREAK BOREDOM

Study for the SAT, read a book, or create artwork during the break.

Olivia Lynch, Copy Editor

March 20, 2020

The coronavirus. School and sport cancellations. Self quarantine. You’ve heard it all. What you haven’t heard are the ways to keep yourself occupied during these long weeks of school cancellations. Now is a perfect time to do those things you’ve been putting off for ages. It’s also a perfect...

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