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  • September 19The girls and boy cross country teams compete at the GLAC Cross Country Jam #1 @ Leslie High School.

  • September 18Today is yearbook distribution day. Don't forget to come down to room 207 to get your book.

  • September 15Varsity football game tonight at Leslie. Game starts at 7:00 p.m.

Breaking News: Former substitute teacher under investigation for sexually assaulting student

Breaking News: Former substitute teacher under investigation for sexually assaulting student

Zabrina Yannella, Anna Baird, and Kali Roskowski

September 18, 2017


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On Thursday, September 7 former substitute chemistry teacher and girls varsity soccer coach, Allyson Moran was charged with three felony counts of third-degree sexual conduct involving a student and one misdemeanor count of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct involving a student at the school. Charged...

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


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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...

A new routine

A new routine

Abbey Salyer, Staff Reporter

September 10, 2017


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The puzzle pieces come together as enrolled teenagers as two previously separated schools become one . For the purpose of convenience, the senior high students will begin two minutes earlier than the previous 7:37 a.m. start time. “We wanted to have [students] start at the same time so we could do the an...

Junior varsity volleyball team loses first league game of season

Junior varsity volleyball team loses first league game of season

Kali Roskowski, Editor-in-Chief

September 8, 2017


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In a close battle against Olivet, the JV volleyball team lost two out of three games. The home game took place at 5 p.m. Tuesday, September 5, in the new high school gymnasium. Though the girls only won one game, the scores were very close every game according to first season varsity volleyball coa...

New school, new feelings

New school, new feelings

Lauren Morris, Web Editor

August 31, 2017


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Overwhelmed, shocked, excited, all the emotions that came over parents and students as they entered the new school. As summer came to a close, the newly named Stockbridge Junior/Senior High School held its 2017/2018 open house to give parents and students a chance to see the new school.  “I w...

Grounding: conquering the anxiety to perform

Tyler Wayne, Staff Reporter

June 27, 2017


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The lights dim and a spotlight shoots down at the stage. Junior Elizabeth Salyer senses a rush of cortisol as she runs through the lyrics of her solo performance. As a choir student, one of the most nerve-racking moments can be when one is asked to perform a solo performance at one her concerts. E...

Revamp, remodel and rework

Revamp, remodel and rework

Sarah Shevrovich, Staff Reporter

June 20, 2017


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One word that describes all of the changes for 2018 school year: excited. Principal Richard Cook and science teacher Diane Brooks use the word “excited” when describing the changes for the 2018 school year. “I’m excited. We are doing things so that they largely aren’t together. We are als...

Underwater Robotic team wins state competition

Underwater Robotic team wins state competition

Rita Alonso, Staff Reporter

June 10, 2017


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Emotions ran wild for the underwater robotics team while they waited for the winner to be announced. Team number 9 was called, which meant it won the Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Great Lakes Regional ROV Competition located in Alpena, Michigan. Sophomore Michelle Zemke is the team leader....

Office secretaries plan for retirement

Office secretaries plan for retirement

Cheyenne Strong, Social Media Editor

June 9, 2017


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June 30 will be the last day of work for principal secretary Lucy Learned, athletic secretary and assistant principal secretary Mary Carpenter and student services and counselor assistant Sandra Kay. “We’re going out together,” Carpenter said. “It was time, 28 and a half years, and I felt it was...

Breaking News: Principal Richard Cook starts new life chapter

Breaking News: Principal Richard Cook starts new life chapter

Madie Gee-Montgomery, Staff Reporter

May 19, 2017


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On May 18, Richard Cook, Stockbridge High School principal, announced that he is stepping down as principal and furthering his career at the Capital Area Career Center as a literacy consultant. "I love teaching and the new job gives me the opportunity to do the kind of teaching I have wanted to do f...

Walk the red carpet, prom

Walk the red carpet, prom

Sarah Shevrovich, Staff Reporter

May 8, 2017


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Get the flapper dresses, feathered headpieces, bow ties and suspenders out, juniors and seniors, for your red carpet extravaganza. If you love the old Hollywood vibe, going to this year’s prom is for you. “Old Hollywood just seemed more elegant and is multidimensional. It’s not just a starry night ...

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