Uncaged

  • September 19There is ONE 2018-2019 yearbook left for $75. Come get it in room 207.
  • September 17Wear pink to the homecoming game on 9/20 to support a local women fighting breast cancer.
  • September 11The theme for the home varsity football game on Friday 9/13 is neon.

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

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

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...

New education, new education standards

New education, new education standards

Emma Lockhart, Editor-in-Chief

February 13, 2017

The day after after his State of the State address, Governor Rick Snyder came to view the robotics program as part of his initiative to better Michigan schools’ STEM programs. This visit is all part of Snyder’s movement toward better education and funding for Michigan students. One subject br...

Get with the program

Get with the program

Hana Allen, Staff Reporter

February 12, 2017

With construction underway and the idea of new programs still under development, administration gathered to discuss the transition of the new junior/senior high school for the 2017-2018 school year on December 12, 2016 at the monthly school board meeting. A good plan is in the making, but the lingerin...

Rewriting history

Rewriting history

Shelby Zeigler, Columnist

February 11, 2017

Flashbacks of youth flooded the minds of local residents in Unadilla when the general store burned to the ground on Tuesday, January 27, 2015, after some 142 years of memories were made. Two years later, the store has been completely rebuilt with no resemblance to what used to be. Sophomore Peter ...

Students present robotics program to Gov. Snyder

Students present robotics program to Gov. Snyder

January 18, 2017

Governor Rick Snyder visited Stockbridge High School this afternoon to view the K-12 student projects in the Robotics Program. The visit was part of an initiative to bring STEM education to more Michigan schools.

Breaking: Gov. Snyder will visit robotics program Jan. 18

Breaking: Gov. Snyder will visit robotics program Jan. 18

January 17, 2017

Submitted by Josh Paciorek, Deputy Press Secretary to Govenor Snyder. Wednesday, Jan. 18 at 2:50 p.m. Gov. Rick Snyder will visit with Stockbridge High School students and staff and tour the robotics program where students will demonstrate intelligent vehicle technology, 3D printing, and underwater...

Varsity cross country places 4th in States

Varsity cross country places 4th in States

Madie Gee-Montgomery, Staff Reporter

January 3, 2017

On November 5, the varsity cross country boys ran in the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA), Division 3 States meet at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn. Three out of the five seniors in the program, Jake Chapman, Alan Baird and Jack Youngblood scored high points for the Panthers ...

Stockbridge’s own, all-area dream team

Stockbridge’s own, all-area dream team

Madie Gee-Montgomery, Staff Reporter

December 30, 2016

As the cross country season has come to the end, the Lansing State Journal posted it’s “dream team” which consists of six runners from around the Lansing area that have had successful seasons this past year. One of our own, senior Jake Chapman, has been chosen to be on this prestigious list tha...

Kicking up dirt

Kicking up dirt

Zabrina Yannella, Creative Editor

December 15, 2016

Retro-style fluorescent lockers line the halls, a library full of dusty, untouched desktop computers and science classes lacking space for lab tables to conduct experiments: These are just a few of the problems that funding from the bond is going to improve, and the October 8 groundbreaking ceremony kicke...

Back to back to back

Back to back to back

Madie Gee-Montgomery, Staff Reporter

December 9, 2016

Having to win their last game of the season to even get a chance to play in the playoffs, the varsity football pulled off an unexpected win. They beat Parchment after going into half time losing 7-22. The student section rose, passes were caught, and tackles were made making the final scored 50-34. ...

Reaching out

Reaching out

Zabrina Yannella, Creative Editor

December 9, 2016

Every single day we use our hands, from the minute we wake up to turn off our alarm clocks until the very minute we reach for the covers as we crawl into bed. For those who have hand and arm defects, they are unable to do simple tasks such as this. The Stockbridge underwater robotics class is taking matter...

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