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Help support the library this holiday season

Help support the library this holiday season

November 21, 2016


Filed under NEWS

Submitted by English teacher Alaina Feliks We all know that reading is essential to students' academic success, but did you know that recent studies suggest that reading fiction also helps children be more empathetic and understanding to others? The study, reported in Psychology Today, suggests that reading can help students develop moral and character traits as well as crucial academic skills. This holiday season, you can help the students of Stockbridge grow all of these impo...

2016 Student mock election results

2016 Student mock election results

Compiled by: Eric Johnson: Editor-in-Chief, Lauren Morris: Web Editor, and Sarah Barney: Staff Reporter

November 8, 2016


Filed under NEWS, Surveys

On Monday, November 7, social studies teacher Jennifer Lueneburg held a mock election  in which students were able to vote for the U.S. presidential candidate they saw fit. The winner of the student mock election was Donald Trump with 53 percent of the students voting for him. Hillary Clinton earned...

Journeying into the new year

Journeying into the new year

Zabrina Yannella, Creative Editor

September 7, 2016


Filed under NEWS

Yellow school buses drive into the parking lot, the halls fill with students looking for classes and “I missed you’s” are thrown around like confetti. It is the first day of the 2016-2017 school year. To start off the year principal Richard Cook and vice principal Joe Wenzel talked to clas...

Custodians in Stockbridge Schools replaced by outside companies

Custodians in Stockbridge Schools replaced by outside companies

Kali Roskowski, Staff Reporter

June 9, 2016


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Meetings have been held in the community on the topic of outsourcing janitors, and according to Superintendent Karl Heidrich, no decisions have been made so far regarding when the custodians will be replaced or which companies will replace them. Christopher Kruger, the chair of the facilities committee on the...

A change in schedule

A change in schedule

Rita Alonso, Staff Reporter

June 9, 2016


Filed under NEWS

Stockbridge Community Schools will have a new schedule during the 2016-2017 school year. The second Thursday of every month there will be a late start to school, which applies to students K-12. The high school normally starts at 7:52 a.m, but a late-start school day begins at 10:20 a.m, ending at the nor...

Raining trees and power lines

Raining trees and power lines

Anna Baird, Managing Editor

June 6, 2016


Filed under NEWS

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


Filed under NEWS

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

Choir makes a good performance

Rita Alonso, Staff Reporter

May 10, 2016


Filed under NEWS

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

Bringing home the elite gold

Zabrina Yannella, Staff Reporter

May 10, 2016


Filed under NEWS, Showcase

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

Making the pitch

James White, Content Editor

April 27, 2016


Filed under NEWS

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

Sincerely, two concerned girls in the high school

Zabrina Yannella, Staff Reporter

April 26, 2016


Filed under NEWS

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

Increasing Chromebook damage, ways to prevent

Natalia Peters, Staff Reporter

April 11, 2016


Filed under NEWS

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 ...

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