Uncaged

  • October 9Pink out is the theme for the varsity football game at Perry on 10/11.
  • September 25Varsity football game at Leslie this Friday, 9/27 has been moved to 5:00 PM.
  • September 23AP exam forms and deposits are due Friday, 9/27.

Breaking News: Superintendent Karl Heidrich announced a schedule changes in outdoor sporting events due to EEE outbreak

Breaking News: Superintendent Karl Heidrich announced a schedule changes in outdoor sporting events due to EEE outbreak

Bella Roberts, Staff Reporter

September 25, 2019

In an announcement sent out by superintendent Karl Heidrich, "Stockbridge Community Schools continues to follow the situation regarding Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) that is impacting geographical areas in Michigan.  At the time of this update, Ingham County does not have any human or animal cases...

Teen Center brings structure to afternoons

Teen Center brings structure to afternoons

Bella Roberts, Staff Reporter

September 9, 2019

Youth directors Samantha Young and Bonnie Davidson from Crossroads Community Church brought to life a safe place where teens can hang out, do homework and play sports and games called the Stockbridge Teen Center. Located in the Stockbridge Activity Center, formerly known as the middle school, offerings that ...

New absent policy to limit unnecessary absences

New absent policy to limit unnecessary absences

Hannah Bolton, Editor in chief

August 26, 2019

“We want to continue to make this a better place,” junior high school principal Meghan Kunzelman said. A new absent policy is the next step to continue on this path.  Students who skip one class or the whole day have created an issue. “The teachers thought that we needed to strengthen the absent policy,...

High notes and high rides

High notes and high rides

Chris Kaltner, Staff Reporter

June 3, 2019

The alluring scents of the food, the daunting rides nearly 200 feet tall, the joyous atmosphere that screams back to your childhood: all great enchantments that make teens gravitate to Disney World. Nevertheless, when these aspects combined with music workshops by professional musicians and live performances, a...

While fixing a tire, grab a book and read

While fixing a tire, grab a book and read

Morgan King, Content Editor

June 3, 2019

Tucked under the pavilion in the Munith Park, a yellow painted Little Library pops up from the ground like a spring daffodil. It works by taking a book and leaving a book in its place. Little Libraries are popping up more and more providing convenience and fun. Opening the door and seeing what books yo...

BREAKING NEWS: Updated last day of school

BREAKING NEWS: Updated last day of school

Jordan Myers, Social Media Editor

May 21, 2019

Superintendent Karl Heidrich announced that the State of Emergency forgiveness, and the additional waiver of days the Michigan Department of Education approved for our district, now allows our school year to end on Thursday, June 6, 2019, as originally scheduled in the calendar. We now will have a full da...

Hannah Glair’s memorial yearbook page

Hannah Glair’s memorial yearbook page

Logan Connolly, Editor-in-Chief

May 17, 2019

Yearbook students brought it upon themselves to fundraise for a memorial ad page for Hannah Glair, who passed away in the winter of 2018. The results were tremendous, raising $400 and some odd cents, surprising many yearbook members. Sophomore Jon Clark, the staff business manager, worked with the...

Freshman flutist breezes into States

Freshman flutist breezes into States

Mickenzi Merriweather, Staff Reporter

May 17, 2019

Making it to compete in the regional solo and ensemble in middle school is one thing; however, making it to States in high school is another. After 3 years of determination and ever since sixth grade, freshman Kaitelyn Walker set a goal to perfect the flute and attend States. Of the three musicia...

Pie in the sky

Logan Connolly, Editor-in-Chief

April 15, 2019

The aviation club raised money for club hoodies and a trip to the Air Zoo using a sweet, unique idea: picking a teacher to get a pie to the face. The group raised $326, a number club president Chloe Miner is very pleased with. Miner got the idea while asking principal Jeffrey Trapp for permission to do a fundraiser just as sweet, but not as silly. “We aske...

Momo challenge disturbs children, school responds

Momo challenge disturbs children, school responds

Abigail Douglas, Creative Editor

April 15, 2019

A Japanese sculpture made by artist Keisuke Aiso blasted through the internet scaring children. You know her as “Momo.” Parents and administrators know her as a threat. In response, kindergarten through eighth grade underwent the blocking of a popular social network, YouTube, according to junior high pr...

Controversy in church and state

Controversy in church and state

Abigail Douglas, Creative Editor

April 12, 2019

Six states including Florida, Indiana, Missouri, North Dakota, Virginia and West Virginia have submitted legislation for optional Bible classes into some public schools in the states. This move has signaled a discussion of the separation of church and state as promised by the Establishment Clause to t...

Series One: final stages of district bond

Series One: final stages of district bond

Logan Connolly, Editor-in-Chief

April 11, 2019

The final pieces of the financial bond will fall into place at high school site, with the fourth and final project of series one being initiated. The fourth project includes a building new maintenance building, adding a new freezer unit in the kitchen, replacement of the exterior career and technical ex...

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