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The student news site of Stockbridge High School


The student news site of Stockbridge High School


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Tuned in
Tuned in
Sydney Walker, Reporter • May 22, 2024

Growing up, Cyndi Lauper had a difficult time and when she was 17, she ran away to escape an abusive household. For a while, she was homeless...

Every Witch Way
Every Witch Way
Taiyler Stanfield, Editor-in-Chief • April 2, 2024

Much understanding about witches has been stigmatized because of pop culture and films throughout the years, so people’s true knowledge of...

The imbalances between minorities and white oppression is at its highest with over 510 anti-LGBTQ laws introduced in 2023 alone. Made with Canva
Vanishing promises of the "American Dream"
Staff May 20, 2024

Suburban house. White picket fence. Family of four, maybe with a dog. The American Dream is a long-standing, romanticized ethos of American life....

Photo Alaina Kellenburger
When Opportunity Knocks
Nicole Wadkins, Creative Editor • May 21, 2024

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Senior Zach Fletcher holds his first place plaque in Plumbing won from the State Leadership and Skills Conference.  Photo provided by Wilson Talent Center Facebook page
A journey of a lifetime
Taiyler Stanfield, Editor-in-Chief • May 1, 2024

On April 11, senior Zach Fletcher attended the 2024 State Leadership and Skills Conference hosted by SkillsUSA where he won gold (first place)...

Nicholas Phillips stands next to a statue depicting Chief Washakie of the Shoshone people while touring the Washington D.C. museum. Photo provided by Nick Phillips
Nick meets D.C.
Nicole Wadkins, Creative Editor • April 30, 2024

In January, Wilson Talent Center students, senior Nicholas Phillips along with his group members, senior Martin Miller from Williamston High...

Multiple FFA students release the balloon for the two hour-long high altitude launch. Photo provided by Robert Richards
Once in a lifetime
Grace Burg, Reporter • April 12, 2024

On Monday, April 8, Stockbridge FFA traveled to Indiana to participate in an informational and rare opportunity to view the solar eclipse, as...

Feature Fridays
Feature Fridays
Maggie Jones and Taiyler Stanfield October 13, 2023

Welcome to the second episode of Feature Fridays brought to you by Stockbridge Uncaged Student News. This week your hosts Maggie and Taiyler...

Feature Fridays
Feature Fridays
Maggie Jones and Taiyler Stanfield September 29, 2023

Uncaged Student News brings to you the first episode of Feature Fridays! In this episode we dive into the classic horror novel The Haunting of...

 Joyce emphasized the best way to live your life is to enjoy the people you meet.
Humans of Stockbridge: The past untold
Nicole Wadkins, Creative Editor • April 29, 2024

In 1962, Stockbridge welcomed Joyce Dickinson and her husband as new residents of the community. Their journey to Stockbridge started when Joyce’s husband helped build and...

Townsman Ed Wetherell can occasionally be seen at the Senior Center talking among his fellow community members.
Humans of Stockbridge: Roots of dedication
April 8, 2024

A 30-year citizen and 12-year Township Council Trustee, Ed Wetherell has dedicated the past few years to serving his community. Before retiring...

Abby Nicholson tests out a future lab project the students will work on to learn about gas laws.
Humans of Stockbridge: The start of a new beginning
March 1, 2024

Before venturing to Stockbridge to teach chemistry, Abby Nicholson lived in a big town in Texas. This year is her first year teaching in the...

Julie Weiland stays hard at work to help keep the school running.
Humans of Stockbridge: More than meets the eye
January 2, 2024

  When students and guests visit the main office, they are always greeted with a warm smile and enthusiastic “hello” from Julie Weiland,...

With patience comes progress and with Jeanette supporting each student in the room, they are sure to grow.
A helping hand
December 5, 2023

After spending many years helping kids in foster care and also being a teacher, Kelsey Jeanette has taken over the Department of Special Education...

Making the school library more vibrant and inviting for the students, Baldwin hangs an ornament on the Christmas tree.
Back like she never left
December 5, 2023

The year was 2014 and the library was alive with students chatting, colors popping and lifelong memories being made. Debby Baldwin, who was once...

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We at Uncaged Student News make it our mission to connect our audience through multiple media outlets. Our hashtag, #UareUncaged, is our reminder to our audience that we will tell your stories. We will inform and investigate on your behalf. We will try to entertain, and at times, we hope to enlighten you. Your stories are our stories. The new intro that has been created for our videos serves as a visualization that #UareUncaged. It shows the viewer that our students are the foundation of what we do every day. Created by Video Journalist Sam Nichols.
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