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Chicken watch: Hatch day

Chicken watch: Hatch day

Maggie Maxwell, student reporter October 14, 2021

Which came first, the chicken or the egg? The box, in this case! In Timothy Salow’s agriculture class, some new classmates have joined, and they’re not like the others. Twenty-five baby chickens have...

Planning the 2022 yearbook page ladder, senior editor-in-chief Alexandria Teachout begins the process of creating the publication. After four years on the staff, Teachout became the student leader for the club.

Yearbook cut from core curriculum

Olyvia Hoard, student reporter September 17, 2021

With the start of the 2022 school year, there have been a lot of changes like new teachers, new classes, and yearbook becoming a club instead of a class.  This was promoted by a change of student interest...

 Jessica Martell teaches her 9th grade English class, as students actively engage in the lecture. All together, there are 90 students in the class of 2025.

Middle schoolers transition to upper level, results mixed

Kaitlyn James, student reporter September 14, 2021

With the start of the 2021 school year, freshmen are starting to think about their futures in high school and about their lives after. With so many activities to join and opportunities to think about,...

Kara Brown, a senior who has joined agriculture, poses in an apple tree. It is part of a cluster of trees on school property that agriculture cares for.

New agriculture class intrigues students

Maggie Maxwell, student reporter September 14, 2021

The new agriculture class taught by Timothy Salow is attracting the attention of those with a green thumb. Agriculture, meaning a practice involving farming, tending to animals, and such related matters,...

As the mask mandate was put into effect, senior Mayzie Wright works on her senior English course while social distancing in the classroom. “We should all get along about it,” Wright said of differences over masks.

Mask mandated for the school

Gaven Numinen, student reporter September 10, 2021

On August 30, a mask mandate was decided by the school board. Since the announcement, responses have fallen into three groups:  people who agreed on the decision, people who disagreed on the decision,...

Sophomore outside hitter Gracee Robidou serves the ball in the Stockbridge Panthers first win against Quincy. They ended the night with a close win going into all five sets.

Girls varsity volleyball team brings home first win

Gwen Rogozinski, student reporter September 10, 2021

The varsity volleyball team netted their first win of the season against Quincy this past week in a competitive match, going into all five sets. The Panthers still came out on top with their first win...

Pulling together ideas for the undecided homecoming dance, Jeff Trapp and the leadership class work together to get solutions. The students pitched ideas to Trapp for a safe dance, respecting the COVID-19 guidelines.

Homecoming 2021 dance inconclusive

Audrey Austin, student reporter September 10, 2021

The 2021 homecoming dance remains up in the air. There has not been a final decision on how or if there will be a dance. The rise of COVID-19 has been altering how people in large groups can operate, especially...

Senior Paige Stolarz getting into her car in the school parking lot. Driving herself to school everyday and paying for her own gas, she regularly deals with the higher gas prices.

Higher gas prices become problematic

Merle Wilson, student reporter September 9, 2021

Gas prices have been on the rise since January of this year due to a number of factors, primarily COVID-19 and market related reasons. The rise in prices is a costly, but necessary expense for teen drivers,...

Working hard on writing cover letters, the new senior transition class learns valuable skills they will use in the future. “A lot of seniors would complain that they didnt learn anything about how to be adults when they leave school, and so I would talk to them and say well what do you want to learn, and a lot of them said things like resumes and taxes and how to rent an apartment.” Rita Stricklin, the teacher of the senior transition class ,said.

New senior transition class begins

Veronica Wilson , student reporter September 9, 2021

As the new school year has begun, so has a new class. The senior transition class, taught by English Teacher Rita Stricklin, educates seniors valuable skills that they will need in the future, such as...

With sheet music in hand, and melodies on their mind, the choir begins its rehearsal for the day. They prepare to sing difficult material, the group adjusts to the new choir program.

Changes made in choir

Kathryn Brumm, student reporter September 9, 2021

With a new year, new teachers, and new students, classes are finding their way into learning. One of these classes with one of the biggest changes is the Choir. Collin Price, one of the new teachers, has...

JUNIOR Rylee Tolson sendS blank birthday cards to volunteers of America for residents in nursing homes to use for their loved ones as a national honor society project.

Activities to deactivities: After school activities see mixed results due to pandemic

Maggie Maxwell, Staff Reporter May 27, 2021

COVID-19 made a large impact on everyone, no one person left without a loved one, friend or even themselves getting ill from the rampant virus.  Drastically changing lives in many ways, we have had...

BREAKING NEWS: Social media threat, investigation initiated

BREAKING NEWS: Social media threat, investigation initiated

Kaitelyn Walker, Editor-in-Chief February 3, 2021

At approximately 3 p.m. on Tuesday, February 3, the Stockbridge administrative team informed families of an ongoing investigation involving “threatening language towards Stockbridge Community Schools”...

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