Homecoming Parade

The SCHS Steering Committee, Renaissance, during the parade.
September 24, 2019

Following the assembly, the parade was the final thing to conclude the festivities before the dance.

Homecoming Assembly

The SCHS cheerleaders perform at the 2019 Homecoming Assembly.
September 24, 2019

Homecoming happened on Sept. 21, 2019, with the the assembly happening on Sept. 20, 2019, during the school day.

Tough Enough for Powder Puff

Jerry Cooper (left) scaling the pyramid
For fundraiser, DECA hosts powderpuff football game
September 24, 2019

The SCHS Powderpuff Football Game, which took place Sept. 14 at the Stadium, was a DECA-sponsored game wherein underclassmen played against seniors in a gender-swapped version of flag football, where girls...

SCHS Varsity Volleyball vs. MICDS

Gracie Ruse, Olivia Lewis, and Erin Booker are ready to receive a serve from MICDS on Sept. 10
September 19, 2019

SCHS varsity volleyball is at MICDS on Sept. 10. The team won 25-21 for the first set and they won 25-15 for the second set.

Girls Tennis vs Ft. Zumwalt North

Sophia Marion waits to return a serve against Ft. Zumwalt North on Sept. 5
September 18, 2019

On Sept. 5 the SCHS girls tennis team played Ft. Zumwalt North at McNair. The team lost 0-9.

House Bill 280 Forces Change

House Bill 280 Forces Change
Next school year’s calendar still up in the air
September 18, 2019

Missouri House Bill Article 280 is the bill passed on May 28. This states loosely that all schools in Missouri can start at the earliest date of August 24th for the 2020-21 school year and will extend...

Dead and Clueless

The fall play, Clue, will run on Oct. 3, 4, and 5.
Actors in the fall play have to play dead
September 16, 2019

This year, the fall play for SCHS is Clue, taking place on Oct. 3, 4, and 5. In the play there are quite a few characters that die and have to lay on the ground for a majority of the time, like Legend...

The Amazon Has Caught Fire

The Amazon has caught fire
The Amazon is burning at an alarming rate
September 16, 2019

It has come to recent light that the Amazon Rain Forest has been on fire for a long period of time. This has a major effect on all aspects of life and sustainability in the whole world. There are some...

She Kills Monsters Comes To A Close

Noah Sutton (left) and Livy Pothoff (right) mid-performance
After original, state, and encore performances, cast and crew of SCHS production traveled to Lincoln, Nebraska over the summer
September 16, 2019

Early during the production of the 2019 Spring Play, Courtney Denton, the director of She Kills Monsters, told the cast and crew on April Fools Day that they were not only going to the International Thespian...

tHe CoDe Of SoUnD

The Band of Pirates takes the field in preparation for their show, tHe CoDe Of SoUnD
Band of Pirates takes on first competition as an all-new volunteer band
September 16, 2019

The 2019 marching season brought forth a new approach for the Band of Pirates, volunteer band. The band performed their show tHe CoDe Of SoUnD, which is about the programming of computers. “I think...

Katie Ashmann

Katie Ashmann
New English teacher strives for increased student communication and morale
September 10, 2019

Katie Ashmann, SCHS’s Honors English 1, English 3, and Yearbook teacher, is relatively new to the education arena, as this is only her second year teaching. However, she’s attempting to make great...

Ryan Hanmore

Ryan Hanmore
Former student returns to High to start his teaching career
September 6, 2019

New Special Education teacher Ryan Hanmore had graduated as a pirate some years ago. He is very athletic and sports was one of the reasons he decided to become a teacher. “I came back here as a volunteer,...

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