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THE SIDESHOW: HALLOWEEN EDITION

THE SIDESHOW: HALLOWEEN EDITION

Mary Johnson, Cartoonist

October 28, 2015


Filed under NEWS, OPINION, SHOWCASE

Mary Johnson The Cedar Post staff wishes everyone a happy and safe Halloween!...

DIGITAL LEARNING DEBATE

DIGITAL LEARNING DEBATE

Nathan Faggard, Multimedia Staff

October 23, 2015


Filed under OPINION

Many students at SHS opt to take a combination of online and in-class courses to complete graduation requirements. In some cases, these students believe that the online classes are easier and can therefore be done faster. “They [online classes] are easier because you can do them on your own ...

THE SIDESHOW: STAND UP FOR NOT SITTING

THE SIDESHOW: STAND UP FOR NOT SITTING

Mary Johnson, Cartoonist

October 22, 2015


Filed under LIFESTYLE, NEWS, OPINION, SHOWCASE

Students spend up to 80% of their time sitting in chairs/desks that aren't compatible to height or bone structures. This not only affects your learning but also blood flow, rounding of the spine, tense shoulders and neck, and constricted digestive organs....

THE SIDESHOW: PSAT TESTING

THE SIDESHOW: PSAT TESTING

Mary Johnson, Cartoonist

October 13, 2015


Filed under MULTIMEDIA, NEWS, OPINION, SHOWCASE

Study up for the PSATs!

THE SIDESHOW: SLUGBOOK

THE SIDESHOW: SLUGBOOK

Mary Johnson, Cartoonist

September 29, 2015


Filed under FEATURE, LIFESTYLE, OPINION

Mary Johnson is a senior student artist who documents the life of Sandpoint High School through her artwork.

THE SIDESHOW: AUTUMNAL EQUINOX

THE SIDESHOW: AUTUMNAL EQUINOX

Mary Johnson, Cartoonist

September 24, 2015


Filed under FEATURE, LIFESTYLE, OPINION

Mary Johnson is a senior student artist who documents the life of Sandpoint High School through her artwork.

3D PRINTING TAKES OVER

Austin Laiche, Social Media Editor

March 13, 2015


Filed under OPINION

Creation is a job to some and an art to others. One of the newest ways to create something in today’s age is through 3D printing. This is any process to making a three-dimensional object. Recently, this hobby is pressure limited for good reasons. After a 3D printing company based in Texas posted...

SHOULD P.E. BE REQUIRED AT PUBLIC SCHOOLS?

Dylan Kuzmich and Ben Bristow

February 19, 2015


Filed under OPINION

Cooper King...

FIVE STAR SCHOOL

Jackson Russo, Opinion Editor

February 19, 2015


Filed under OPINION

With second semester of the 2014-2015 school year already under way some seniors are scrambling to make sure they meet all the requirements so they will be able to graduate in June. At Sandpoint High School there are many different requirements that are not mandatory to graduate in the state of Idaho...

EARLY DRAINAGE (OUR VIEW)

EARLY DRAINAGE (OUR VIEW)

Austin Laiche, Social Media Editor

February 19, 2015


Filed under OPINION

Nine months ago, the Kalispel tribe of indians proposed late summer or early fall drawdowns of lake Pend Oreille to better the local bull trout population. During the summer, locals and tourists use Lake Pend Oreille regularly. In fact, many even visit daily. Between the beach, boating, and fishing,...

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