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Nick Quay grabbing the fresh cookies from the oven!

Education During the Pandemic

What Students Prefer: Virtual or In-Person Learning.
by Hamda Hamed February 24, 2021

COVID-19 has impacted people in so many different ways this past year, whether that be our daily routines, our jobs, or even our mental health. It's even affecting our education, no matter the school or...

Changes to Graduation Requirements

Changes to Graduation Requirements

The Board of Education has approved these changes to our requirements for graduation for the students affected by the COVID-19 pandemic
by Callie King, Photo Editor February 24, 2021

The Alternative Education Committee and the Board of Education recently made changes to the previous graduation requirements to support students who have felt the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The graduation...

Experiencing COVID-19

Experiencing COVID-19

by Caroline Gooch, Online Editor January 11, 2021

The Coronavirus has affected  over 90 million people worldwide. With the widespread nature of this pandemic, it is likely that everyone knows at least one person who has had COVID-19. For the people who...

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Creative Christmas

Teachers and students of Saint Charles High show their festive decor
by Callie King, Photo Editor January 8, 2021

These photos were taken by students and staff of Saint Charles High of their decorated homes. With the Corona virus still on going, these festive decorations help to bring a little happiness into this...

A Choice of Learning

A Choice of Learning

The students of SCHS have chosen whether to stay virtual or go in-person for second semester
by Danny Schneider, Polls Coordinator December 14, 2020

For the upcoming semester, 66 percent of SCHS students have chosen to attend in-person, while 34 percent have chosen virtual learning, according to Registrar Amy Robertson. That means 12 percent of students...

Unexpected Challenges

Unexpected Challenges

Freshman this year are starting high school in the midst of a global pandemic
by Caroline Gooch, Online Editor December 8, 2020

There are many expectations students have when starting high school. Freshman year is the start of a new chapter. However for teenagers across America starting high school in 2020 the beginning of this...

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...

Aniyah Hamel running the register at her job.

Dealing with COVID in the workplace

How the Coronavirus has affected work environments for students
by Callie King, Photo Editor 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
by Cadence Halliday, Staff Writer 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...

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...

Halloween in a Pandemic

Halloween in a Pandemic

Is it safe to go trick or treating?
by Lilian Sasso, Calendar manager 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...

The Marcus Cinema building located on First Capitol was forced to shut down earlier this year as a result of COVID-19

COVID Crisis Cracks Cinemas

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
by Grant Peters, Sports Editor 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...

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