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SCHS Now

The student news source of St. Charles High School

SCHS Now

The student news source of St. Charles High School

SCHS Now

Lydia Holterman volunteers at SCHS blood drive.
News
Blood Drive Success
by Annie Hanks, Content Manager

The St. Charles High School blood drive took place on Tuesday, Oct. 26, with the donation times lasting from 9a.m.-12:45p.m. and taking place in the main gym. The partner with StuCo for the blood drive is Mercy Hospital, which StuCo has partnered with in the past. “So, we’ve partnered with Mercy...

The new turf on the field at SCHS
News
New Turf at SCHS
by Colton Schroer, Broadcast Liaison

As fall sports come to a close, one thing is for certain, the turf on the field is much cleaner and nicer. It is brighter and it pops out a lot better than the warm down turn that was previously there. "It didn't really have that much personality, but now with the new turf it feels like it's a part...

Masks become optional for the St. Charles School District
News
Masking Rules
by Waverly Boock, Copy Editor

On Oct. 14, the St. Charles School district had a board meeting, which discussed the topic of mask requirements. They came to the decision that for grade levels 9-12, masks would be optional. Masks are recommended, but not required for unvaccinated students and staff. "Dr. Sefrit has been talking...

SCHS Marching Band performs at the Homecoming assembly
Changes for Marching Band
October 18, 2021
This year all district buildings are getting new lights.
Let It Shine
October 12, 2021
Creative Writing Club in Ms. Ramseys classroom
A Poetic Pandemic
October 9, 2021
Staff Profile
Taylor Kinner
Taylor Kinner
Staff Writer

Taylor is a senior at St. Charles High School. This is her first year on newspaper staff.  Continuing her journalism path, newspaper would fit her perfectly. Growing up in Dallas, Texas, Missouri was...

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The Secret to Happiness
Features
The Secret to Happiness
by Ria McGowen, Online Editor • November 29, 2021
Are you more left brained or right brained?
Features
Are you more left brained or right brained?
by Livi Lewis, Staff Writer • November 12, 2021
Emma Gilkison giving two thumbs up at a cross country competition on 9/3
Sports
Cross Country at State
by Benton Dietrich, Photo Editor • November 19, 2021

Five cross country runners from SCHS participated in the cross country State competition: Sally Werth, Emma Gilkison, Charlotte Anderson, Nate Maples and Luke Nottmeyer. They...

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Varsity after one of their winning games.
Sports
Saying Goodbye and Celebrating
by Mackenzie Bufford, Staff Writer • November 5, 2021

The 2021 softball season has recently ended and, just like every season, the softball program says goodbye to their seniors. These seniors are Hanna Bain, Sarah Frerker, Olivia...

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Noah McAlister sends a pass upfield.
Sports
Working With a Younger Team
by Benton Dietrich, Photo Editor • October 18, 2021

Varsity soccer has had to adapt it's style of play in it's games so far, but that's to be expected with how drastically this team has been changed from last year’s far...

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The marching band preforms at halftime on Sept 24.
Clubs & Activities
Victory Across Marching Band
The marching band wins competitions throughout the season
by Piper Ruebling, Staff Writer • November 8, 2021

The marching band season has recently come to an end, and the students have achieved a lot throughout the few months they had. They have gone...

Older Populations Driving Abilities
Opinion
Older Population's Driving Abilities
by Cadence Halliday, Staff Writer • November 10, 2021

Growing up I was on the road a lot when my father came into my life. At first he was a stranger my mother was dating, but he and I had a connection...

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