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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.
The student news site of Stockbridge High School

Uncaged

The student news site of Stockbridge High School

Uncaged

The cause of the whole fiasco was this smoke-chard popcorn bag.
BREAKING: Overdone popcorn causes a smoky situation
Abbey Salyer , Copy Editor • October 31, 2017

During first block, the smoke detector sensed smoke coming from the choir room setting off the fire alarms. Everyone exited the building safely. The area around the gymnasium...

On the west side of the town hall, families and business decorate light poles with a theme. Charlie Brown the Great Pumpkin and spooky skeleton construction workers surround some of the light pole in town.
Halloween lights across town
Abbey Salyer, Staff Reporter • October 8, 2017
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Make Your Mark
Make Your Mark
Elizabeth Vliet, Business Manager • October 3, 2022

August 22nd wasn´t just any other ordinary day for Senior Madison Gipe. It was her last first day of High-school. With the sounds of kids chattering and bells ringing Gipe...

Born To Play
Born To Play
Grace Burg, Sports Writer • October 3, 2022

Junior Gracee Robidou has enjoyed Basketball for as long as she can remember. With her mother, father, her brother, her sister, and even her uncle all playing basketball in...

Finding Common Ground
Finding Common Ground
Jamie Phillips, Reporter • October 3, 2022

For most of her life, Senior Ella Phillips and her mom didn’t see eye to eye. A bad environment and a lack of communication lead to her feeling like she could not talk to...

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Rookie varsity quarterback looks to future
Rookie varsity quarterback looks to future
Logan Connolly, Sports Editor • November 13, 2017

The huddle ends and the play is chosen, a grunt coming from the boys. As the play is put into action, all the pressure is place on the quarterback’s shoulders, and that...

Battling for a breath
Battling for a breath
Zabrina Yannella, Creative Editor • June 23, 2017

Twenty minutes into the first half of the varsity girls soccer game, freshman Megan Catron broke into chills and could not breathe. The ability to catch her breath felt farther...

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Wealthy president, unhealthy priorities
Wealthy president, unhealthy priorities
Stass Editorial June 22, 2017

Even though our country is past the 100 day mark of time with Donald Trump as president, the future of our country is not clear. Extreme tax cuts for the wealthy, along...

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Become a part of the movie industry
Mickenzi Merriweather, Staff Reporter • April 24, 2019

With the camcorder that he got for a present in hand, the young director-to-be traveled the beautiful roads of Italy, filming anything from soaring birds in the sky to the...

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Sophomore Alexia Tanner sitting in contemplation on an ottoman in from of Esther before Ahasuerus by Guercino. Photo Cheyenne Strong.
University of Michigan Art Museum
April 26, 2017

Located in central Ann Arbor, this museum is based on mostly older art pieces. One highlighted exhibit is filled with modern art pieces from the University of Michigan...

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Rise in misinformation lowers trust in media
Lilly williams and Gwen Rogizinski September 12, 2022

People have lost trust in the media. 6 in 10 US adults found the media to be untrustworthy, according to a story on the impacts of misinformation...

Grow up.
September 8, 2022

Stockbridge Jr./Sr. High School hosts six grades in total, with roughly a hundred students in each grade. These kids range in shape and size,...

Our future, our fight, our choice
Our future, our fight, our choice
Olyvia Hoard, Creative Editor • September 8, 2022

Old, straight, cisgender, white men are the people who are running our country. They make problems and then leave it for us to deal with. This...

ILLUSTRATION KATHRYN BRUMM
Color Craze
Lilly Williams, Editor-In-Chief • September 8, 2022

Color has the ability to give life to things that would otherwise be considered bland. A simple change in color can change the whole feel of...

Summer premiere for local play
Summer premiere for local play
Macy Cipta, Staff Reporter • September 8, 2022

The Town Hall Players are performing All’s Well In Rosewell by Burton Bumgarner. The performance takes place Friday, June 24, 7:00 pm, Saturday,...

photo credit Dylan Smith
Senior Spotlights
Gracee Robidou, Staff Reporter • September 8, 2022

Yarley Cervantez Like many, COVID-19 derailed a lot of Cervantez’s high-school career. However, this year things started to return to normal...

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Humans of Stockbridge
Humans of Stockbridge
Rita Alonso , Senior Reporter • May 23, 2017

"Probably the happiest time in my life would be my first kid, Johnny. He was a fertility baby, if you believe it or not. It took me four years to get pregnant. We were married four years, and it took four years of taking shots and temperatures in the morning. I would say that's probably my happiest time."

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Humans of Stockbridge
Humans of Stockbridge
Eric Johnson, Editor-in-Chief • March 22, 2017

Editor-in-Chief of InPrint, Riley Wilson, from Fenton High School. Uncaged editors-in-chief recently traveled to New York City for the CSPA spring conference. They traveled with students from Fenton High School as both staffs earned the Silver Crown for their hybrid print and web publications. Here’s what Riley had to say about the impact of journalism on her life: “As a freshman, I came from...

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