The student news site of Stockbridge High School

Uncaged

  • September 19The girls and boy cross country teams compete at the GLAC Cross Country Jam #1 @ Leslie High School.

  • September 18Today is yearbook distribution day. Don't forget to come down to room 207 to get your book.

  • September 15Varsity football game tonight at Leslie. Game starts at 7:00 p.m.

About

Uncaged is the award winning news publication of Stockbridge High School, you can see our awards below.  The news site holds high standards to inform, entertain and enlighten our readers with a variety of timely articles.  Keep up with Uncaged by following them on Twitter, Facebook, and Snapchat (UncagedNews).

Contact Uncaged at [email protected] or 416 N. Clinton St. Stockbridge, MI 49285.

Michigan Interscholastic Press Association

Numerous Spartan’s with distinction

Numerous individual awards in Division 4

Excellence Award for Design at Summer Workshop (Zabrina Yannella)

Excellence Award for Reporting & Writing at Summer Workshop (Emma Lockhart)

National Scholastic Press Association

Pacemaker Finalist Award for Web

Pacemaker Finalist Award for Print

Pacemaker Award for Print

Columbia Scholastic Press Association

Silver Crown Award for Hybrid Print and Web Publication

Editorial Policy

Uncaged is the student news site for the students of Stockbridge High School. It is an open forum for student expression. Uncaged provides staff members with independent reporting opportunities and individual critique. Writing is based on a wide variety of research for a broad, and often critical, audience. Staff members may explore and develop visual skills through photography, art and graphic design activities. Business skills are learned through the need to sell advertising and newspapers to remain financially solvent. The experience demands responsibility, cooperation and teamwork. Uncaged is committed to professional journalism standards. Our memberships include the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association, the Journalism Education Association, The National Scholastic Press Association and the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.

Something to say? Letters to the Editor must include the writer’s full name and telephone number for contact and not exceed 150 words in length. Satire, columns and interesting features in reaction to other material are encouraged. All letters are subject to editing if the content is inappropriate for publication. Anonymous letters or letters to the third parties will be disregarded. These letters can be dropped in Elizabeth Cyr’s room #207 in the freshmen hallway or emailed to us at [email protected]

 

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