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  • May 25Nine days until school is out on June 3.
  • April 22There will be after school tutoring Friday April 22nd taking place in the library from 2:20 to 3:20
  • April 22The next School Board meeting will be taking place on May 9th from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
  • March 22Spring break begins after school on Friday the 25th!
  • March 22Next year's class registration will be available on PowerSchool from March 21st to March 25th.
Ten years in the making
Grace Dreier, Business Manager • May 25, 2022

On the evening of Friday March 11, the Stockbridge Junior High and Senior High Concert Bands traveled to Manchester High School for the District 8 Band & Orchestra Festival....

Each satellite contains two cameras, a battery pack, a Raspberry Pi micro controller, a duplexer, which works together with the two cameras, and a set of environmental sensors, which will read temperature, barometric pressure, as well as a few other sensors. It will be fixed with solar panels before it is launched to let it last a little longer.
The Inventeam's Small Satellites
Veronica Wilson, Student Reporter • May 25, 2022
Is the cost really worth the reward?
Is the cost really worth the reward?
Olyvia Hoard, Creative Editor • May 25, 2022
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Fashion
Lilly Williams, Editor-In-Chief • May 31, 2022

Fashion vs. nature For months, Tik Tok has been flooded with hauls that involve opening up hundreds of dollars in clothes from places like Shein and Romwe. They show off...

Zodiac Constellations
Zodiac Constellations
Alyssa VanHook, Staff Reporter • May 25, 2022

Aries- The best time to spot the Aries constellation is during November and December at around 10 pm. Aries has been represented by the image of a ram since the 7th century...

Its not easy being green
It's not easy being green
Grace Dreier and Nickole Mons May 25, 2022

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Sophomore Gracee Robidou holds a basketball as she poses for her picture. This is Robidous first year on varsity.
The snowball effect of Covid on winter sports
Gwen Rogizinski January 23, 2022

GIRLS BASKETBALL BLINDSIDED BY COVID BLIZZARD COVID-19 hit the girls basketball team hard. The first week brought many surprises and unexpected quarantines that could have...

Training for his upcoming football season,  Freshman Isaac Reifshneider is “looking for a better season next year in football,” Reifshneider said. The JV football team ended their 2021 season with 5-3.
Powerlifting into the next day
Gaven Numinen, Business manager • January 10, 2022

At 2:45 p.m. every Monday through Thursday, the powerlifting group lines up in four lines in the cafeteria to do exercises. Then they go to the weight room. Freshman Isaac...

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Your matter matters
Your matter matters
Olyvia Hoard, Creative Editor • May 25, 2022

I have always felt like a burden, like I take up too much space in this world, but after reading Sandra Ajaja’s article, “How I’m finally learning how to take up space”...

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Ten years in the making
Grace Dreier, Business Manager • May 25, 2022

On the evening of Friday March 11, the Stockbridge Junior High and Senior High Concert Bands traveled to Manchester High School for the District 8 Band & Orchestra Festival....

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Is the cost really worth the reward?
Is the cost really worth the reward?
Olyvia Hoard, Creative Editor • May 25, 2022

After the issues in Russia and Ukraine, gas prices have significantly increased, angering people. President Biden warned that his ban on Russian gas, oil, and coal would cause...

Working hard on writing cover letters, the new senior transition class learns valuable skills they will use in the future. “A lot of seniors would complain that they didnt learn anything about how to be adults when they leave school, and so I would talk to them and say well what do you want to learn, and a lot of them said things like resumes and taxes and how to rent an apartment.” Rita Stricklin, the teacher of the senior transition class ,said.
New senior transition class begins
Veronica Wilson , student reporter • September 9, 2021

As the new school year has begun, so has a new class. The senior transition class, taught by English Teacher Rita Stricklin, educates seniors valuable skills that they will...

Gaven Numinen gets a student council application from the office after hearing multiple announcements calling for applicants. So far only a small number of students have applied.
Student council returns
September 9, 2021
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Empty shelves
Day 677 of 2 week quarantine:Omicron continues to wreak havoc on grocery stores
January 19, 2022
Grace Dreier, Staff Reporter
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Steve Allison graduated from SHS, and after graduating from Spring Arbor University, he came back to SHS to teach math.
Humans of Stockbridge: Steve Allison
Shailynn Walker, Staff Reporter • March 25, 2022

  Graduating from Stockbridge back in 1998, Steven Allison is now a math teacher where he went to school at. Allison has been teaching here for 19 years. Allison thinks that the best part of teaching is watching students succeed. “And [students] are like, “Oh I get it now.’ And everything makes sense. And so far teachers, a lot of times, that's our payment,” Allison said. He has always...

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Seventh grade math teacher loves neon colors and love true crime shows and podcasts.
Humans of Stockbridge : Alexis Dyer
Shailynn Walker, Staff Reporter • February 28, 2022

  Growing up in the small town of Stockbridge, seventh grade teacher Alexis Dyer loves the strong sense of the community. “This is a tremendous community with amazing students and staff. I always feel like we're a big family,” Dyer said. As a teacher, Dyer has too many memories to count here at Stockbridge. “I would have to say that some of my favorite old memories are of the Junior High...

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