Senior Superlatives

Senior Superlatives

The senior superlative ballot has been sent out and is due by April 19
by Eva Rogers, Layout Editor April 16, 2021

Senior superlatives is an SCHS tradition each year that allows seniors to vote for their peers in a variety of categories. “We’re still waiting to see if we will be able to do the ceremony in person...

Artwork by Rosario Murillo

District Art Show

The District Art Show this year mainly featured our AP students with the exception of a few sculpture and photography students
by Eva Rogers, Layout Editor March 30, 2021

The district art show is the time for art teachers (K-12) around the district to choose exceptional artists to exhibit their art at the Foundry Art Centre. Art teacher, Abby Birhanu decided to give her...

These hang in the commons to show seniors commitments to college, tech schools, and the military.

Pirates Onto New Adventures

Senior Pirates move on to the next phase of their lives
by Eva Rogers, Layout Editor March 2, 2021

Graduation is approaching fast and seniors are getting accepted into colleges and programs all over the place. The college banners have started to be put up in the commons so the seniors can proudly show...

2020 GameGuide

2020 GameGuide

by Eva Rogers, Layout Editor February 22, 2021

Animal Crossing New Horizons by Nintendo- Nintendo Switch Released March 20, 2020 Animal Crossing is a very fun and whimsical game with very easy to follow instructions on how the game works. You...

Illustration by Eva Rogers

A Very COVID Christmas

COVID has affected the way we shop for christmas as it’s affected every other aspect of life this past year
by Eva Rogers, Layout Editor January 14, 2021

COVID has changed a lot of things including Christmas shopping. Most people did a lot of their shopping online in 2020. Some did a more hybrid approach. “I shopped half online and half in stores,”...

Why Wait?

Why Wait?

SCHS receives Rapid 15-minute COVID tests for the nurse's office to administer to staff and students showing symptoms in the middle of the school day
by Eva Rogers, Layout Editor December 4, 2020

Recently, the federal and state governments have prioritized the schools to receive the Abbott’s BinaxNOW Rapid Antigen test kits to administer in our school’s nurse’s office for staff and students...

Lewis and Clark Takes On COVID

Lewis and Clark Takes On COVID

Career Center maintains hands-on education by making changes to school dynamics
by Eva Rogers, Layout Editor October 22, 2020

Lewis and Clark has had to make adjustments this year due to COVID, like many of our other schools. They have to wear masks and social distance, but they have to take some further precautions because they...

Mental Health Surrounding the Start of School and COVID

Mental Health Surrounding the Start of School and COVID

Everyone, teachers and students alike, are having their own struggles regarding COVID
by Eva Rogers, Layout Editor September 29, 2020

Many people have been struggling with mental health throughout the pandemic and everything that’s gone along with it, myself included. For instance, being at home for me was really hard. Not being able...

Amy Walker is a new special education teacher at SCHS.

Walking Into a New Position

Amy Walker moves from para to full time special education teacher
by Eva Rogers, Layout Editor September 18, 2020

This year, Amy Walker has taken the position of a full time Special Education teacher. She is looking to engage her students virtually and physically the best she can while trying to adjust to her new...

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