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SCHS’s Weird Pets

SCHS’s Weird Pets

by Jay Frey, Reference Manager

October 18, 2019

The school is full of people who own many different pets, whether it be a dog, a cat, or something extraordinary. Junior Kate Atterberry has a snail named Shelly Grace. “She is a baby yellow snail that lives in my fish tank with my fish. She eats the algae in the fish tank, she likes to hide ...

Race to First Place

Race to First Place

by Alija Ernst, Content Manager

October 16, 2019

Mario Kart is a notable game that Nintendo released in 1992 and now, for decades to come. The newly released game, which came out on IOS and Android, has become a part of everyone’s lives.  Junior Jack Joplin is an avid player of Mario Kart on the Nintendo Switch, the Wii, and now the Mario Kart ...

Meeker as Grand Marshall

Meeker as Grand Marshall

by Alija Ernst, Content Manager

September 26, 2019

Charlie Meeker, a former teacher who worked here for 33 years at St. Charles High School before finally retiring, dedicated himself to his work and his students. But after his retirement, he has been dearly missed by his students and co-workers. So StuCo sponsors Tori Ramsey and Jacob Holtgraewe kne...

Homecoming Parade

Homecoming Parade

by Jay Frey, Reference Manager

September 24, 2019

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

Homecoming Assembly

Homecoming Assembly

by Jay Frey, Reference Manager

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

Tough Enough for Powder Puff

by Patrick Benedict, Web Designer

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 reigned over the field as players while the boys toted pom-poms and tried their hands at cheer ...

House Bill 280 Forces Change

House Bill 280 Forces Change

by Alija Ernst, Content Manager

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 the school year until early June instead of May.  According to the Superintendent of the City of St. Charles Schoo...

Dead and Clueless

Dead and Clueless

by Nathan Poteet, Web Designer

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 Chapman who plays Mr. Boddy. “It's so out of my character zone, I usually play the quirky parts,”...

The Amazon Has Caught Fire

The Amazon Has Caught Fire

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 theories circulating that it is too hot and dry so the fires are appearing by themselves or that higher go...

tHe CoDe Of SoUnD

tHe CoDe Of SoUnD

by Jay Frey, Reference Manager

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 it’s been awesome all the way around. I think the folks that want to be there are having a good ...

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