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  • Local scholarship winners will be announced at a ceremony on May 21.

  • Academic Achievement Night is April 29 at 6 p.m. in The Commons.

  • Prom is April 27 at The Hive. Tickets are $15.

IF I RULED THE SCHOOL: AIDEN ACKERMAN AND DEVYN O’CONNELL

IF I RULED THE SCHOOL: AIDEN ACKERMAN AND DEVYN O’CONNELL

Aiden Ackerman and Devyn O’Connell

October 31, 2016


Filed under OPINION

Aiden Ackerman and Devyn O’Connell, Sophomores                         If we ruled the school we would shorten early release days to the original time of 1:15. We would ensure we had more languages available to learn such as German, Italian, and Japanese.   We would get newer equipment and a bigger weig...

IF I RULED THE SCHOOL: MEGAN TAYLOR

IF I RULED THE SCHOOL: MEGAN TAYLOR

Megan Taylor, Guest Student Writer

October 31, 2016


Filed under OPINION

Megan Taylor, Freshman                     What I would I do if I ruled the school? First, I would make it so everyone had lunch together and not this first lunch second lunch thing, so then you can eat with all of your friends instead of just a f...

ASSEMBLING INTROVERTS

Editorial Staff

October 31, 2016


Filed under OPINION

Both introverts and extroverts are involved in school culture, but introverts often get left out of conversations revolving around policy and methods of reaching students. While Connections has been a good remedy to that, it could be used to replace or strengthen for introverts the school functions that...

STANDING UP

STANDING UP

Editorial Staff

October 3, 2016


Filed under OPINION

You all know that person. That person who speaks for or against something on social media, but is a hypocrite in person. If everyone who complained about something on social media took a stand for it in real life, major changes would be entirely possible. Standing up for values in person can be...

A NEW WAY

Sam Aguirre, Sports Editor

October 3, 2016


Filed under OPINION

Most people that use the school parking lot would agree that changes need to be made, because it is very hard to get in and out of the lot in a timely manner.  Over the course of the summer, changes were made but they were not what most people were expecting, or hoping for.  The district changed the...

PHONE POLICY

Brooke Holten, Web Staff

October 3, 2016


Filed under OPINION

This year’s new cell phone policy seems excessive, and too strict. The policy claims students are not allowed to have their cellphones out during class hours, even if you are in the hallway, the only time they’re allowed is during lunch or passing periods. In the prior years, each classroom has h...

Are icebreakers beneficial to the student learning environment?

Are icebreakers beneficial to the student learning environment?

McCalee Cain and Mackenzie Packer

September 6, 2016


Filed under OPINION

Point By McCalee Cain Icebreaker activities and team building exercises in the classroom can create a more relaxed and focused learning environment through encouraged engagement with peers. By breaking the tension and getting to know one another, even if on a surface level, a class can begin to c...

OUR VIEW

OUR VIEW

OUR VIEW

April 15, 2016


Filed under OPINION

When a student walks into the bathroom they should not be subject to the anger and dissent of other students. No one else should feel consequences of your anger, it’s a total show of disrespect, and only makes the lives of the custodians more difficult. Whoever has the audacity to go into the bath...

OAKLEY’S OUTLOOK

OAKLEY’S OUTLOOK

Oakley Pettit, Sports Editor

April 12, 2016


Filed under OPINION, SHOWCASE

March is a transition month. It is a transition into spring break, a transition into the final quarter of school, a transition from winter to spring. But amidst all the monotony is one of the biggest, most exciting, an unpredictable sporting events of the year. It is known as March Madness, the 68 team...

SPRINGTIME IS UPON US

SPRINGTIME IS UPON US

Mary Johnson, Cartoonist

March 31, 2016


Filed under NEWS, OPINION, SHOWCASE

Mary Johnson  

NO ONE WANTS TO SEE YOUR PDA

NO ONE WANTS TO SEE YOUR PDA

Jessica McPeek, Staff Member

February 24, 2016


Filed under OPINION

Jessica McPeek Public Display of Affection is becoming a problem in the halls of Sandpoint High School. As the school year moves on, more couples have been popping up, kissing in the halls before class. A quick peck while departing from your “true love” is one thing, but a full on makeout session outside...

THE SIDESHOW: THE SPROUTING OF OPPORTUNITY

THE SIDESHOW: THE SPROUTING OF OPPORTUNITY

Mary Johnson, Cartoonist

February 9, 2016


Filed under OPINION, SHOWCASE

Mary Johnson

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