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  • April 22There will be after school tutoring Friday April 22nd taking place in the library from 2:20 to 3:20
  • April 22The next School Board meeting will be taking place on May 9th from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
  • March 22Spring break begins after school on Friday the 25th!
  • March 22Next year's class registration will be available on PowerSchool from March 21st to March 25th.
  • March 17The next board of education meeting will be taking place on April 11th from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

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Splitting headaches aside many students will also have a bit of a Schedule Shock

More upheaval in a time of confusion

Lilly Williams and Alyssa VanHook March 9, 2022

For the last 18-20 years, the high school has followed a four block schedule that consisted of 90 minute classes. Next year, however, school officials have decided to make the change to a 6 hour school...

Teen Center returns with new year

Teen Center returns with new year

Kathryn Brumm, Social Media Editor January 16, 2022

COVID-19 took a lot of experiences from everyone, especially children and teens. As society comes closer to that normal point, youth in our community receive a taste of normal as the Stockbridge Teen Center...

Everyone should be able to take care of their most basic healthcare needs with out an unnecessary added financial burden.
-Michigan govenor Gretchen Whitmer

Removal of tampon tax affects all menstruating students

Olyvia Hoard and Maggie Maxwell January 15, 2022

The average menstruating Michigander has around 456 periods, equaling about 6.25 years in their lifetimes. They use about 17,000 tampons and pads but are still forced to pay a 6% tax on these necessary...

As of November 12 the Michigan association of school administrators had an unofficial tally of 21 school district that have closed at least one building since September due to staff shortages. - Bridge Michigan, 2021

Into the unknown: staff shortages impair learning

Kaitlyn James, Staff Reporter January 13, 2022

The pandemic has taken a toll on our workers, educators and students, mentally and physically.  “That was like legitimately my New Year's resolution, just to learn how to be comfortable with being...

Training for his upcoming football season,  Freshman Isaac Reifshneider is “looking for a better season next year in football,” Reifshneider said. The JV football team ended their 2021 season with 5-3.

Powerlifting into the next day

Gaven Numinen, Business manager January 10, 2022

At 2:45 p.m. every Monday through Thursday, the powerlifting group lines up in four lines in the cafeteria to do exercises. Then they go to the weight room. Freshman Isaac Reifshneider looks at the board...

Chicken watch: The plot chickens

Maggie Maxwell, Staff Reporter November 28, 2021

In Timothy Salow’s agriculture class, some new classmates have joined, and they’re not like the others. Twenty-five baby chickens have been introduced to the class to be studied this semester.  Through...

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...

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