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  • March 23Spring Break is coming up (4/5/21)
  • March 2The end of the quarter is coming up on March 26.
  • March 2We have parent teacher conferences, on 3/11/2021.

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Results mixed for signing athletes and committed recruiters, futures of collegiate athletes hang in balance

Results mixed for signing athletes and committed recruiters, futures of collegiate athletes hang in balance

Peyton Killinger, Reporter April 16, 2021

As hard as playing a college sport already was, it got harder this year. With everything going on, student athletes in high school had to work even harder to get in touch with college coaches, and get...

Kalysta Connolly11 works on notes in World History class. She tries her best to get all her homework done on time.

Students struggle online

Samantha Stitt, Assistant Editor February 8, 2021

Some students are struggling to keep their grades up when being online and they are trying hard to bring them up by the end of the semester. Struggles over online access, Google Meet times and Wednesday...

Senior Brianna Hill hangs up Homecoming decorations in the hallway for leadership class. Students wore masks and practiced social distancing while still trying to keep traditions going.

Cold days ahead

Jamie Phillips, Staff Reporter November 24, 2020

Update: As of Nov. 17, Stockbridge schools will be closed until January 2021. After seven months of quarantine and school closing, many students are excited and happy to be back. However, rumors of school...

No job, no home, no place to go

No job, no home, no place to go

Samantha Stitt, Staff Reporter November 24, 2020

Families are becoming homeless because of COVID, or they have lost their job during the pandemic.  In January of 2018, nearly 553,000 people were counted as homeless in the U.S., 35% were unsheltered...

Apple pie is a popular Thanksgiving treat but when it comes to baking these, cupcakes are the easy route to go. These apple pie cupcakes are a delightful treat filled with apple pie filling, cinnamon cake and creamy cinnamon buttercream frosting.

Irresistible Thanksgiving treats

Gabrielle Heath, Staff Reporter November 24, 2020

Thanksgiving can sometimes get boring with the same desserts being brought by family each year. Grandma brings the berry pie, mom makes the pumpkin pie and your cousin brings the chocolate chip cookies.  This...

Long Time, No See

Long Time, No See

Kaitelyn Walker, Opinion Editor September 22, 2020

Courtney Fletcher remembers her first day of school as a secretary at Stockbridge Junior/Senior High School.    “It was a stressful yet happy day with new and returning students with their...

Kindness bridges friendship

Kindness bridges friendship

March 3, 2020

“They make me laugh and make me do my work,” eighth grader Wyatt Perry said. “Chris Hall is my favorite because we’ve been friends for two years now.”  Senior Chris Hall is a LINK for Wyatt—well,...

Schools funding, not enough

Schools funding, not enough

Bella Roberts, Feature Editor March 3, 2020

When small, rural schools do not have the funding necessary for classes and supplies, students suffer the consequences and teachers are left to stretch the budget. Teachers have to cover several classes...

Students going over vocabulary questions with Mary Waterhouse.

Special millage for education

Mickenzi Merriweather, Reporter February 26, 2020

A posting for a secondary special education teacher popped up February 4. This middle-of-the-semester opening signals need for assisting the growing population of special needs students and caseloads in...

Money’s influence on education

Money’s influence on education

Abigail Douglas, Creative Editor February 25, 2020

The classic Ramen noodle dinner and the freshman 15 may be true, but how about winning the lottery?  Gen Zers in college struggle day to day to afford housing and other expenses. These expenses can...

Secondary roads earn secondary safety

Chris Kaltner, Assistant Editor February 24, 2020

Senior Oriana Hackworth rose out of bed the Saturday morning after a terrible January snowstorm. She had hoped that road workers would have plowed the backroads she lived on by the time her late morning...

The girls Varsity Basketball team filtered on to the bus to travel 36 minutes away to compete with Leslie. The score of the girls game would end up being 41-23 and the boys lost 57-67.

Rural students travel the extra mile for sports

Emily Breslin, Staff Reporter February 19, 2020

“Usually teams get on the bus upbeat,” bus driver Leslie Reasoner said.  Reasoner has taken countless teams to their games. Seeing them from the time they get on the bus, during the ride with athletes...

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