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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 ...

Story time with the town hall players

Story time with the town hall players

Sarah Shevrovich, Staff Reporter

April 25, 2017


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With leprechauns, fairy tales and talking animals, the next play to be put on by the Town Hall Players, “Blather, Blarney and Balderdash,” utilizes unique characters to showcase a bizarre twist the play has on typical folk tales. Running April 21 through 23 at Heritage Elementary, the tickets for “Blather,...

Art students enter Vans’ custom shoes contest

Art students enter Vans’ custom shoes contest

Kali Roskowski, Content Editor

April 19, 2017


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Back in elementary and middle school, students used to whip out a black sharpie and doodle all over their faded-white tennis shoes because their blank-canvas shoes did not quite fit their personalities. Now, in high school, five students who are in Art 4 or an independent study are reliving their c...

Charles E. Coleman

Charles E. Coleman

Sarah Shevrovich, Staff Reporter

April 17, 2017


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Charles “Chuck” Coleman passed away Wednesday, March 15, 2017. Chuck retired from Stockbridge Community Schools after working for nearly 40 years as teacher, coach and counselor. “Mr. Coleman was very dedicated to our community as a teacher, counselor, and coach. We appreciate Mr. Coleman’s h...

Respect, responsibility and relationships

Respect, responsibility and relationships

Kali Roskowski, Content Editor

March 29, 2017


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Over one hundred pairs of eyes follow the speaker as the same number of ears intently listened to the directions. Sitting on the floor of the gymnasium on February 10 in two separate seminars, both eighth graders and freshmen participated in an anti-bullying assembly put on and paid for by the Michigan...

BREAKING: Delayed response to downed powerline causes structural blaze

BREAKING: Delayed response to downed powerline causes structural blaze

Kali Roskowski, Content Editor

March 9, 2017


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Corrected: March 9, In the Bruening’s storage building, not only fireworks exploded, but also tires, propane canisters and a gas tank of a truck caused the building to catch fire, according to daughter Dawn Bruening.   For hours, a down powerline sat smoking on the property of Frank and D...

Web design team moves up in Business Professionals of America competition

Web design team moves up in Business Professionals of America competition

Rita Alonso, Staff Reporter

March 7, 2017


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Mason’s Capital Area Career Center web design team traveled to Owosso on January 13. Hosted at Baker College, the regional competition requires a team of two to four students to program and design a website. This year, the topic was a DIY website, which stands for “do it yourself” website. The s...

Progress continues

Progress continues

Eric Johnson, Editor-in-Chief

February 17, 2017


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On Friday, February 17, during first block classes, Wolgast Construction dropped off a dumpster for the ceiling tile removal scheduled for Monday, February 20. “They are on track right now," principal Richard Cook said. "When you are in the middle of the process, it feels pretty overwhelming. It fe...

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