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Turning a New Page

Turning a New Page
Yearbook conquering COVID-19 challenges with a new adviser
December 1, 2020

For many of the clubs and teams, this year has held challenges and thrown a roadblock in the way of normal events and schedules, but for those who are in charge of the yearbook they are having to get creative...

Dealing with COVID in the workplace

Dealing with COVID in the workplace
How the Coronavirus has affected work environments for students
November 30, 2020

COVID-19 has affected different aspects of each of our lives. Many jobs were affected and many things have changed from how they were before. It is something new that everyone is getting used to.  For...

What it’s like being quarantined

What it's like being quarantined
Opinion of the students sent home to quarantine for 14 days at St. Charles High School
November 30, 2020

Kids at St.Charles High School are being sent home to quarantine for 2 weeks because they have been in contact with someone infected by COVID. Some are getting tested and others are not. Not all students...

New Horizons

Officer Michael Shipley Stands next to new resource officer Jason Love.
Resource Officer Michael Shipley is retiring at the end of October
October 28, 2020

One of the most beloved staff members of St. Charles High, Officer Michael Shipley will be retiring at the end of the month. The impact Shipley has had on the school will never be forgotten. During his...

Lewis and Clark Takes On COVID

Lewis and Clark Takes On COVID
Career Center maintains hands-on education by making changes to school dynamics
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...

Looking Over All the Options

Looking Over All the Options
State officials cut the education budget by 15 percent because of COVID and annual budget cuts that have been postponed until now
October 22, 2020

The state of Missouri released budget cuts for the year, and education was #1 on that list. For too long, State officials have pushed the cutting of the education budget. However, not everything can be...

Halloween in a Pandemic

Halloween in a Pandemic
Is it safe to go trick or treating?
October 20, 2020

This year people are in the middle of a pandemic and it is almost Halloween. The pandemic is a very big part of this year's Halloween, especially for kids trick or treating and the people handing out candy. The...

Uncharted Territory

An illustration of what the completed Riverpointe Project is hoped to look like.
The City of St. Charles looks to create a new development on the bank of the Missouri River
October 14, 2020

       The Riverpointe project is a plan to expand upon the already existing Streets of St. Charles shopping center. According to the Riverpointe project website the project will consist of...

Scanning In

TABLE 26. During the school day of September 10th, Senior Madalynn Turner scans the QR code to sign into lunch. Due to COVID, students sign into lunch to mark where they sit for the day.
Effects and ideas behind In-person students using QR codes for lunch and for self-checks
September 29, 2020

While many students this school year are fully virtual, that doesn’t mean in-person students haven’t incorporated a fair amount of technology into their daily schedules. This includes the daily self...

New School Year, New Ways of Teaching

Art. Abigail Birhanu uses her setup to display her art pieces to both virtual and in-person students.
Teachers and students alike have been learning how to do both online and in-person learning
September 24, 2020

This year the district has a new ways of education: virtual and in-person teaching. Teachers and students have been dealing with both. The in-person students and the teachers wear masks to protect themselves...

COVID Crisis Cracks Cinemas

The Marcus Cinema building located on First Capitol was forced to shut down earlier this year as a result of COVID-19
As COVID-19 spread rapidly throughout the United States, many businesses were forced to shut down, resulting in massive loss of revenue. However, not many suffered a bigger impact than the movie theater industry
September 24, 2020

One of the most popular forms of entertainment is also one of the most profitable: the film industry. However as of recently, movie theaters have become a desolate and empty shell of what used to be a...

Foreign Trip Cancellation

September 22, 2020

The United States banned travel to most countries and nonessential travel around the world. The SCHS students who had planned on going on the trips to Italy, Greece, and Japan this year are now postponed...

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