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Panther Powered: FIRST Robotics Team Takes on First Competition

Panther Powered: FIRST Robotics Team Takes on First Competition

Tyler Showerman, Social Media Manager

April 17, 2018


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With teams and robots flooding the room, the bustling scene was a new sight for the young FIRST Robotics team. On Thursday, March 1, the Panther Powered team headed to Gibraltar, Michigan to begin the 3-day competition. 1 FIRST, an acronym meaning “For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology,” is a program used to encourage ...

The Panther yearbook recognized for excellence, 2018 Jostens Look Book

The Panther yearbook recognized for excellence, 2018 Jostens Look Book

April 10, 2018


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The Panther has been recognized for excellence and featured in the 2018 Jostens Look Book, celebrating the best-of-the-best in yearbook design and coverage. Along with design excellence, the annually published Look Book honors the important role well-crafted yearbooks play in helping schools chronicle...

Winter weather causes additional minutes

Winter weather causes additional minutes

Tyler Showerman, Social Media Manager

March 29, 2018


Filed under MOST RECENT STORIES, NEWS

The heavy snow storms and unpredictable events are to blame for the minutes added to the school day starting Monday, April 9. Stockbridge Jr/Sr High will be starting school at 7:32 a.m. instead of the regular 7:35 a.m. start time. Districts are required to offer at least 1,098 hours of instruction and a minimu...

School switches to ALICE active shooter safety procedures

School switches to ALICE active shooter safety procedures

Meg Pulley and Zabrina Yannella

March 26, 2018


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Special education teacher Kathleen Riley wanted to be a teacher since she was 7 years old, but when she was told that the school would be taking active shooter training, she realized that this isn’t how she expected her first year to go. “It made me uncomfortable,” Riley said. “We were warned ab...

Ele’s Place makes program more accessible to students

Ele’s Place makes program more accessible to students

Patrick Cox

March 16, 2018


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One in 20 children under the age of 18 experience the loss of a parent and many more lose an important person in their lives. According to Ele’s Place, many of these adolescents suffer immense grief when this major moment in their lives happens. Ele’s Place is a non-profit organization wit...

Stockbridge InvenTeam takes second in film contest

Stockbridge InvenTeam takes second in film contest

Ronin Hackworth

March 15, 2018


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“I love sanctuaries; sanctuaries are awesome” senior Kelly Cool explained as she relayed how the intrepid InvenTeam earned second place at the Thunder Bay International Film Festival, held in late January. A five-day contest draws filmmakers and students from across the glob to Alpena, Michigan...

Resource Officer recruited

Resource Officer recruited

Matt Hill

February 7, 2018


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The junior/senior High School has received a School Resource Officer. According to principal Jeffrey Trapp, the Resource Officer was hired for the purpose of furthering a school-wide initiative to maintain the safest learning environment possible. “The resource officer will be able to handle situations that o...

The Panther Yearbook Wins the Coveted Spartan Award

The Panther Yearbook Wins the Coveted Spartan Award

February 1, 2018


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​Results are in for state competition and The Panther Yearbook team is pleased to share that it won the coveted Spartan Award with Distinction for the 2017 NOW themed yearbook. Out-of-state judge, Dr. Elizabeth Keeling, commented, "This is a beautiful book. I wish every student from every smal...

Ele’s Place makes program more accessible to students

Ele’s Place makes program more accessible to students

Patrick Cox, Staff Reporter

January 18, 2018


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One in 20 children under the age of 18 experience the loss of a parent and many more lose an important person in their lives. According to Ele’s Place, many of these adolescents suffer immense grief when this major moment in their lives happens. Ele’s Place is a non-profit organization wit...

OK2SAY provides information about how to leave professional digital footprint

OK2SAY provides information about how to leave professional digital footprint

Kali Roskowski, Editor-in-Chief

January 17, 2018


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On January 9, OK2SAY public speaker Suzy Khoury spoke to grades 9-12 about the importance of a having a good digital footprint and the impacts of what each student does on the internet. “Remember that the digital footprint is something that is always looked at by college administrators,” ...

Highway to be renamed in memory of fallen officer

Highway to be renamed in memory of fallen officer

Lauren Morris, Web Editor-in-Chief

January 10, 2018


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At the young age of 25, Deputy Grant Whitaker died in the line of duty during a high speed pursuit on December 7, 2014. Whitaker, an alum, was a well-known and beloved member of our school community. The dedication came to be when state senator Curtis Hertel Jr. introduced Senate Bill 509 that would ma...

BREAKING: Overdone popcorn causes a smoky situation

BREAKING: Overdone popcorn causes a smoky situation

Abbey Salyer, Copy Editor

October 31, 2017


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During first block, the smoke detector sensed smoke coming from the choir room setting off the fire alarms. Everyone exited the building safely. The area around the gymnasium lobby reeks of burnt popcorn. Choir teacher Carol Hatch explained how she handled the hot situation. “A bag of popcorn was in the microwave for...

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