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To reduce stress, it is beneficial for students to take unstructured breaks. According to the American Phycological Association, high amounts of stress can cause serious health issues. Junior Ashlee Chubb goes into a dark room to take some time to herself. Sometimes if Im having a hard day, my teachers will let me go be alone and calm myself down, Chubb said.

High school worsens the mental health of teenagers

Olyvia Hoard and Samantha Chamberlain October 14, 2021

Last year in Michigan, 66,000 children went without treatment for depression. Depression is one of the most common mental illnesses in children and teenagers, according to Mental Health America. Even though...

For a photography contest senior Justin Jaszkowskiestablished a scenery shot. With this photo he made it all the way to states but he fell to his competition when trying to compete for regionals.

The Wilson Talent Center: Go there, you’ll never want to leave

Justin Jaszkowski, Uncaged Online web Editor-in-Chief October 14, 2021

I want to be a photographer or a journalist, but I'm still in the decision process. With the second year new media program I have learned about all of that and more. Since it is all independent based work,...

Senior Sam Nichols playing Bloons tower defense in the computer lab. Like many students in the school, Sam likes to play video games in her free time.

Playing video games increases healthy brain stimulation

Kaitlyn James and Veronica Wilson October 14, 2021

After long durations of tireless gaming, when the crust begins to form in the corner of your eyes, there are two decisions to choose from: either to keep going, or to pause and resume at a different time.  Video...

While working with academic support student Trevor Poole, teacher Joshua Killom explains a tough government assignment. Killom’s classroom is a friendly environment that helps students learn and work through their struggles.

Modern-day heroes: Carrie Kalmar and Joshua Killom link students to a better education

Merle Wilson and Kathryn Brumm October 8, 2021

Every morning, kids of all shapes and sizes scamper into school to learn. However, there’s one group of kids who have a tougher time than others. School can feel like a battle for them.  According...

Michigan cases rise, provoking schools to go back virtual learning

Michigan cases rise, provoking schools to go back virtual learning

Annie Borowy, Staff Reporter June 24, 2021

She knew from the start that when we came back from spring break, that the district was going to have a major increase of COVID-19 cases.  “My prediction did turn out to be reality when we got shut...

Freshman, Maggie Jones

Lives changed drastically, varied coronavirus experiences

Amber Knoll, Staff Reporter May 28, 2021

Freshman Maggie Jones gets up and logs onto her first class of the day, which is English, at her  desk in the corner by the window. She has a small break between her first two classes so she rushes to...

BuLLY or ALLY? Which “LLY” Are You?

BuLLY or ALLY? Which “LLY” Are You?

Olyvia Hoard, staff reporter April 25, 2021

Roughly 8% of all high school students in the United States report being a part of the LGBTQ+ community. That may not seem like a lot, but it is roughly 1.3 million teenagers in the United States alone.  LGBTQ+...

Post pandemic normals

Post pandemic normals

Grace Tervo, staff reporter April 22, 2021

The hope is to find a new normal post pandemic. However most do not understand what that means for them. Who better to turn to than the healers of the community?  “I do not believe we will ever completely...

Teenagers Mental Health is Decreasing

Teenagers Mental Health is Decreasing

Andrea Borowy, staff reporter April 19, 2021

More than 42% of people surveyed by the U.S. Census Bureau in December reported symptoms of anxiety or depression in December according to Nature Portfolio, a leading international weekly journal of science.  Ninth...

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...

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