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  • March 9Spring sports start today, 3/9, right after school. Make sure you have a physical on file.
  • March 5If you are running track there is a meeting after school, 3/5, in the media center.
  • March 4Academic team photos, 3/11, starting at 11 a.m., so make sure you wear your team shirt.

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School resumes with new social distancing guidelines

In her creative writing class, Kathryn Brumm, 10, wears her mask and follows the social distancing guidelines while listening to her teacher, Jessica Martell. “I’m excited to be back in the classroom, I just hope this all goes away soon.”

Jamie Phillips, Reporter

October 21, 2020

After nearly seven months of being closed, Stockbridge High School opened September 21 for in-person learning. Jeff Trapp, principal, sent out a video on September 4 to students and families regarding how social distancing would be used for in-person learning and how it would work with new rules in pl...

The problem with WiFi and rural areas

Mike Jokisch, the 
school’s IT expert, helping 
a student fix some issues 
with their chromebook.

Merle Wilson, Reporter

October 16, 2020

As school starts up again with both online and face-to-face classes available to students, an issue that affects everyone, especially online students, has become more apparent. Students have come to rely on WiFi for schoolwork, highlighted by the fact that the majority of both in-class work and ho...

School Turns Virtual

Seniors Diane Evans, Wyatt Whitaker, and Brock Jones do their work in school while socially distanced and following government protocols regarding COVID. Whitaker and his classmates follow school rules to stay properly distanced while wearing masks and keeping their hands clean often.

Gabrielle Heath, Staff Reporter

October 12, 2020

The Board of Education decided to take a turn for digital online classes due to the coronavirus pandemic. Virtual learning has affected the students, parents and teachers in both positive and negative ways from staying socially distanced in person to seeing students smile at school.   “If I didn...

The biggest election in history for young voters

Showing off his flag in front of Stockbridge High School’s apple orchard, Drew Davis 12 represents who he wants to win the 2020 presidential election. Davis thinks that Donald Trump is the best fit for the presidency for the next four years.

Peyton Killinger, reporter

September 29, 2020

In the midst of the pandemic, Kaitelyn Walker 11 and her family have been dealing with their jobs in different ways. While her mom had to adapt to working at home, her dad had to be safe going into work. With all of this going on, Kaitelyn has been thinking of the leadership of our country.  “I think they need to be flexible, very flexible with the kind of state our country is in,“ Walker 11 said, “I just think we need somebody new.”  The Presidentia...

M-52 new road building plus detours

M-52 new road building plus detours

Justin Jaszkowski, Web Manager

May 14, 2020

There might be a wait time up to ten minutes at the longest. This all leads back to the newest attachment that is being built off of M-52.  On M-52 there is a new road that is being built that is making people have to go through a detour just to get to their destination.  There is a chance that...

In midst of pandemic, Heidrich revokes retirement

In midst of pandemic, Heidrich revokes retirement

Hannah Bolton, editor-in-chief

April 22, 2020

Due to the current pandemic, superintendent Karl Heidrich has revoked his retirement to continue his employment at Stockbridge Community Schools. Heidrich will serve as superintendent for the 2020-2021 school year. In a statement by president Carrie Graham, the  board of education announced agreemen...

“ASSAULT WEAPONS ARE TOO POWERFUL FOR CIVILIANS” response;

April 15, 2020

 The shadow print reads; “A WELL REGULATED MILITIA DOESN’T KILL KIDS”. The intention appears for this to be a negative reverse physiological or subliminal, message, but is a correct statement! AR or MSR (modern sporting rifles) have specific appearances, but appearance does not make them “Powerful...

Farmers state bank art competition

Mickenzi Merriweather, Staff Reporter

March 30, 2020

Picture a huge brick castle connecting to a bridge leading to the entrance across a surrounding moat. In front, there’s a horse standing stationary with rolling hills and mountains landscaping the background view with only the light of the moon illuminating the night sky.  This beautiful scene ...

Senior Kael Bunce dominates senior season

Waiting for the time to run out Senior Kael Bunce holds his opponent still to keep his lead.

Zack Sawicki, Web Designer

January 25, 2020

Senior wrestler Kael Bunce picked up his third straight wrestling tournament title. Bunce is starting the season with a 20-1 record with the only loss coming from a championship match at the Blissfield invitational earlier in the season.  “My goal is to make it to finals and win States” Bunc...

GSA makes a comeback

GSA makes a comeback

Bella Roberts, Feature editor

January 23, 2020

Flyers appeared in the halls recently: The Gay Straight Alliance has started back up. The student club’s biggest goal for 2020 is to bring more people into the group.  Doing so will require GSA to make their group more visible to the public.  “Last year, we were more of a social group, meeting to su...

Jazz band opens for Randy Napoleon and MSU jazz band members at town hall

Opening for Randy Napoleon and MSU jazz band members, jazz band captivates the audience with their performance. (Left to Right) Kaitelyn Walker, Joy Youngblood, Ben Chapman, Xyan Torrey along with the rest of the jazz band. Performing Blue Groove, which is more of a newer  song that they learned and after school had help from the MSU jazz band members with improving their style in songs

Zack Sawicki, feature editor

January 7, 2020

While jazz band members open for Randy Napoleon and Michigan State University jazz band members, Napoleon and others prepared for playing for the rest of the night at the town hall on November 26 for free admission. Napoleon brought his knowledge and skill an assistant professor at MSU teaching jazz guitar to the performance. ...

Impacts of SRSLY youth substance use prevention begin to emerge

Receiving the check will help the SRSLY team go to event and help out the local youth. This program is trying to help people that need help in the community.

Justin Jaszkowski, web editor

December 30, 2019

The White House gave out 150 grants that would help with drug-free community support programs, and the SRSLY Stockbridge team earned one of them. The grant gives the SRSLY team $125,000 per year for the next 5 years. To spend funds, the team plans to attend events and learn more about youth substance...

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