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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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Raining trees and power lines

Raining trees and power lines

Anna Baird, Managing Editor

June 6, 2016

On September 7, water was not the only thing falling from the sky. Trees and power lines littered the roads of Stockbridge after the storm, which caused three power lines to be replaced and many homes to lose power, including freshman Alexis Killinger’s house. “We weren’t allowed to leave my house b...

ROV correction story

ROV correction story

Arianna Gomez, Staff Reporter

May 23, 2016

In Edition 5 of Uncaged, it was stated that freshman Emily Baird, Alexander Allen and Cole Clark won one of the awards for Stockbridge at the Square One Competition on March 19. This was inaccurate. The winning team consisted of Wade Cox, Brandon Benjamin and Alexei Jessop, winning a first place trophy fo...

Choir makes a good performance

Eighth grade choir members Summer Hughes, Breanna Salyer, Hailey Kratz, Sarah Steenbeke, and Hannah Beauchamp practice during the school day with choir director Carol Hatch

Rita Alonso, Staff Reporter

May 10, 2016

On March 24, Stockbridge’s 7th and 8th grade choir went to the Holt Choir Festival, which is the MSVMA, (Michigan Schools Vocal Music Association), District Eight Choir Festival and made an outstanding performance in their rated festival performances. Stockbridge’s choir scored a 94 of 100, wh...

Bringing home the elite gold

Junior Autumn Shingledecker dancing her hip hop solo to ‘London Bridges.’ “We’re usually one of the smaller studios there, but we usually place well,” junior Autumn Shingledecker said. “It’s a great experience.”

Zabrina Yannella, Staff Reporter

May 10, 2016

Behind the curtains, Jazzy Jen’s dancers are waiting to enter the stage. They walk on, and the crowd roars with applause and cheers. The lights are blinding. The music starts, and the dancers, Callie Belt, Katelyn Outwater and Autumn Shingledecker transform the stage into their own world. On  A...

Making the pitch

Displaying the math that explains their company's finances, eighth graders Kaleb Adkins and Brad Niel seek out start up capital.

James White, Content Editor

April 27, 2016

Entrepreneurial spirit engulfed eighth grade math teacher Jason Rickli’s room on Monday, April 25 as students stood and offered up their ideas for investment. In this small scale reenactment of the television show “Shark Tank,” which was organized by Rickli and fellow math teacher Lissa Avis, studen...

Sincerely, two concerned girls in the high school

One of the notes taped in girls' locker room. Several were up in restrooms in the school on April 22.

Zabrina Yannella, Staff Reporter

April 26, 2016

On Friday, April 22, notes in the girls' bathrooms concerning the dress code appeared as soon as they disappeared. The note was written anonymously by two girls at the high school, who are still unknown. Over the course of the day, notes were taken down and were only seen by a small number of girls in...

Increasing Chromebook damage, ways to prevent

Sophomore Madi Gee-Montgomery works on her Chromebook
during her first block in journalism.

Natalia Peters, Staff Reporter

April 11, 2016

Dropping the new iPhone 6s means the biggest shock in your life at a $600, but dropping the Chromebook from school means the $25 insurance will save your day. The new laptop computers provided for every student since the beginning of this school year are becoming increasingly damaged. “We’re ...

Honor students volunteer to collect fresh water and funds for Flint residents

Unloading donated water, senior Amanda Page, member of the National Honor Society, helps take water to Flint to assist the community members with the water crisis.

Jacob Hudson, Staff Reporter

March 14, 2016

Students from Stockbridge National Honor Society (NHS) traveled down to Flint to drop off water to the community to help Flint with the water crisis. Flint residents were left to survive with bottled water passed out by many volunteers from around the state, including the American Red Cross and the ...

Robotics film team wins first at Thunder Bay national film festival

Having won first place, sophomore Kelly Cool and juniors Jake Chapman and Sam Nichols are handed their award to commemorate their film's high achievement at the Thunder Bay Film Festival.

Lauren Morris, Staff Reporter

March 14, 2016

After working hard with their film “Aquanauts,” the robotics films recently took first place In December 2015, the Robotics students went to Key Largo, Florida to the Marine Lab, where they stayed 24 hours under water in the Jules Undersea Lodge. To get to the undersea lodge, they were all scuba cert...

Yearbook wins esteemed Spartan

Seniors Logan Gauss and McKenzie Carpenter, Editors-in-Chiefs do the yearbook chant when class starts to keep morale high and the staff happy.

Jacob Hudson, Social Media Editor

February 9, 2016

With struggles of technology and hours upon days of hard work, “The Panther” yearbook team’s diligent work finally pays off. The team earned a Spartan, and the staff could not be any happier. “I was really, really surprised because last year we had so many problems with technology, like comin...

Lack of funding for enriched education

Lauren Morris, Reporter

February 5, 2016

Enriched education provides a huge learning advantage for students, yet programs must have funds to buy the technology and resources needed to offer hands-on learning. In the past, one of the most common fundraising strategies was hosting a bake sale. Students are no longer allowed to have bake s...

Giving blood, saving lives

Zabrina Yannella, Reporter

December 17, 2015

On November 9, the leadership class organized a blood drive with the American Red Cross. Out of the 63 eligible students at the school, 53 participated according to teacher of the leadership class, Corey Baird, who has hosted the blood drive at the high school since 2000. Seniors Madeline Battle and Kar...

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