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  • January 18Final exams for first semester are on January 25 and 26. Make sure to study!

  • January 8Girls Varsity competitive cheer will be having a meet at home this Wednesday @ 6pm

  • January 8Boys Varsity basketball will be playing Lansing Christian at home @7pm

Ele’s Place makes program more accessible to students

Ele’s Place makes program more accessible to students

Patrick Cox, Staff Reporter

January 18, 2018


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One in 20 children under the age of 18 experience the loss of a parent and many more lose an important person in their lives. According to Ele’s Place, many of these adolescents suffer immense grief when this major moment in their lives happens. Ele’s Place is a non-profit organization wit...

OK2SAY provides information about how to leave professional digital footprint

OK2SAY provides information about how to leave professional digital footprint

Kali Roskowski, Editor-in-Chief

January 17, 2018


Filed under NEWS

On January 9, OK2SAY public speaker Suzy Khoury spoke to grades 9-12 about the importance of a having a good digital footprint and the impacts of what each student does on the internet. “Remember that the digital footprint is something that is always looked at by college administrators,” ...

Highway to be renamed in memory of fallen officer

Highway to be renamed in memory of fallen officer

Lauren Morris, Web Editor-in-Chief

January 10, 2018


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At the young age of 25, Deputy Grant Whitaker died in the line of duty during a high speed pursuit on December 7, 2014. Whitaker, an alum, was a well-known and beloved member of our school community. The dedication came to be when state senator Curtis Hertel Jr. introduced Senate Bill 509 that would ma...

BREAKING: Overdone popcorn causes a smoky situation

BREAKING: Overdone popcorn causes a smoky situation

Abbey Salyer, Copy Editor

October 31, 2017


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During first block, the smoke detector sensed smoke coming from the choir room setting off the fire alarms. Everyone exited the building safely. The area around the gymnasium lobby reeks of burnt popcorn. Choir teacher Carol Hatch explained how she handled the hot situation. “A bag of popcorn was in the microwave for...

BREAKING: Wilson Talent Center in Mason on Lockdown

BREAKING: Wilson Talent Center in Mason on Lockdown

Logan Connolly, Sports Editor

October 30, 2017


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UPDATE: Multiple student sources said they were told not to get on their phones. Stockbridge High School principal Jeffery Trapp said that this could be a good way to handle an actual threat. "When you are on your phone, misinformation could be spread," Trapp said. "You don't wanna spread information...

Leaders are made, not born

Leaders are made, not born

Zabrina Yannella and Kali Roskowski, Editors-in-chief

October 12, 2017


Filed under NEWS, Showcase

6,500. The number of students from all over the state who traveled to Michigan State University to hear motivational speaker Mike Smith at the Josten’s Renaissance Back to School Tour. The leadership and journalism classes attended the event to hear how to make their school a more accepting place an...

Halloween lights across town

Halloween lights across town

Abbey Salyer, Staff Reporter

October 8, 2017


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Glimpses of orange and purple lights wrapped around light poles shine at night when walking around the town hall. Skeletons, witches and creepy houses add the to the spooky effect. Many residents have been decorating light poles across Stockbridge to help out the community’s local charities. ...

One new message received

One new message received

Zabrina Yannella, Editor-in-Chief

October 1, 2017


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Have you ever wished that you could get away with using your phone in class? This week, Bryan Tasior’s second block physics class did just that when they participated in an education research project conducted by Michigan State University. “Students were given cell phones that randomly alerted them th...

Havoc at the campground

Havoc at the campground

Kali Roskowski, Editor-in-Chief

September 29, 2017


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Goblins, ghouls, gargoyles and more appear on the campsites of Bruin Lake Campground. Saturday, September 30, Halloween makes an early appearance. All attendees are encouraged to enter in the costume judging contest starting at 5 p.m., and trick-or-treating will take place from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. In add...

Update: Former substitute teacher under investigation for sexually assaulting student

Update: Former substitute teacher under investigation for sexually assaulting student

Zabrina Yannella, Anna Baird, and Kali Roskowski

September 18, 2017


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UPDATE: Moran was released from the 55th District Court custody by paying the 10% of the $7,500 bond set by the court. Transportation of Moran to the Ingham County Jail occurred on September 18. Her preliminary court hearing is currently set for October 5. On Thursday, September 7 former substitute c...

First year high school principal decides on theme for school year

First year high school principal decides on theme for school year

Anna Baird and Kali Roskowski

September 17, 2017


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Handed a puzzle piece, all junior high students, senior high students and staff members gathered in the new gym on August 28, 2017. Along with the additions to the school building, new staff member are settling into their positions. New principal, Jeffery Trapp, saw the enlargement of the student body ...

Setting the pace

Setting the pace

Zabrina Yannella, Editor-in-Chief

September 16, 2017


Filed under NEWS

The Uncaged student news team received a nomination as one of the 2017 Pacemaker Finalists, and the editors will be attending the JEA/NSPA Conference in Dallas, Texas later this fall. A press release was made my NSPA on Wednesday to congratulate the winners. “The Pacemaker is the association...

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