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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

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The student news site of Stockbridge High School

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LIFE

Senior Grace Schniers expresses her admiration for her boyfriend of three years, senior Chandler Hendrickson after the perceptions activity. In reviewing their answers for one another, Schniers said “I figured my [answers] would be pretty close to his and his would be really close to mine, because we pretty much are together all the time but it was still interesting to see the slightly different answers we had.”

Perceptions

Jordan Hammerberg, Staff Reporter May 19, 2017

Imagine two people cloud gazing. One person sees a sheep, while another sees an atomic explosion. No one is right or wrong, but rather their perceptions are simply different. People are the same way....

MacKenzie Goss gazes out the window watching cars go by. According to Community Financial Credit union, buying from local is not only a good way to find clothing or jewelry that you cant find at chain stores, but it is also better for the environment.

Hidden Gems

Sarah Barney and Eric Johnson May 16, 2017

A resurgence of interest in old styles has put clothing and accessories such as high-waisted pants and round, John Lennon-esque sunglasses back on the shelves. While millennials take to stores like Forever21...

Portrait of up-and-coming yearbook business manager Taylor Crockett.

Between the pages of creating a yearbook

Tyler Wayne, Staff Reporter May 9, 2017

Managing one’s peers is far from easy. However, as a first year member of The Panther yearbook staff, Taylor Crockett does it seamlessly. In the short amount of time that Crockett has been on the...

Andrew Carriero begins to paint one of his trees for the background of his painting.

Art Meditation

Abbey Salyer, Staff Reporter May 8, 2017

On March 7, eighth grader Rose Casto volunteered to participate in a painting session in the art room with five other curious students. Admitting that the painting session she participated in seemed tricky...

Junior Fravier Arce lays out chops to be seasoned. Next, he pan sears pork chops with brown sugar and green apples for a sweet and sour glaze. To complete the meal he cooks macaroni and cheese.

The art of culinary

Emma Lockhart, Editor-in-Chief April 17, 2017

The artform With the metallic noise of whisks against bowls and the delicate placement of frosting, senior Lauren Hay works toward her dreams of opening a bakery. Because of a sweet tooth and an enthusiasm...

Media Addiction

Media Addiction

Chloe Miner, Staff Reporter February 22, 2017

Obsession with technology throughout the recent years has grown to the point it could be considered an addiction. Teenagers ages 13-18 spend an average of nine hours a day on entertainment such as social...

The best ways to achieve

The best ways to achieve

Abbey Salyer, Staff Reporter February 14, 2017

Does this scenario sound familiar: Math is getting worse and worse. It seems almost impossible to bring that D- up to an A when there are only two weeks left to the end of the marking period. Not only...

At the robotics tour in January 18, junior Madison Howard demonstrates the underwater ROVs which have been used in the discovery of airplane and ship wrecks in Lake Michigan and the Republic of  Palau in the Pacific Ocean.

Funding project-based learning

Emma Lockhart, Editor-in-Chief February 10, 2017

In a short amount of time, students gathered with their creations at the high school, expectant of an important state member to arrive. Following the school day, children of all age groups surrounded their...

Perspective. While overlooking the view on Lake Ontario in New York, Wes Perry and a friend volunteered at Fort Niagara also in New York, to educate visitors about the history of Natives.

Update: The pipeline and the problem

Rita Alonso, Staff Reporter February 2, 2017

Update: February 9, 2017 On January 27, 2017, President Donald Trump signed executive orders and approved further advances with the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines. Trump’s decision goes against...

Senior Poppy Cox studies after a neuroscience class session at Brown University over the summer. Cox currently takes three AP classes and is thinking of taking a photography class at Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor during the second semester, all with the intent of getting into Brown University in 2017.

Maximizing opportunities

Cheyenne Strong, Social Media Editor November 16, 2016

Students settle into bed at night, getting some much needed rest for the next school day; however, there are some juniors and seniors who stay up late typing away at essays, scribbling down notes for a...

Do good and feel good

Do good and feel good

Brianna Gomez, Creative Editor April 12, 2016

Fresh clean air and damp weather are the signs of spring coming. While nature is awakening, so is the desire to do something good. After a long dreadful winter of being confined inside, here are a few...

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