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

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

Jacob Hudson, Staff Reporter

March 14, 2016


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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

Robotics film team wins first at Thunder Bay national film festival

Lauren Morris, Staff Reporter

March 14, 2016


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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

Yearbook wins esteemed Spartan

Jacob Hudson, Social Media Editor

February 9, 2016


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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


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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


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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...

Paying for prom

Paying for prom

Jacob Hudson, Reporter

December 16, 2015


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On November, 13 the junior class held a PowderTuff volleyball tournament to raise money for class prom and all other class activities. The tournament raised about $839,” adviser Bryan Tasior said. The tournament was an opportunity for boys to play on teams with all of their friends. “It is a way t...

A trip across the stage, Seniors order caps and gowns

Keturah Tanner, Reporter

December 15, 2015


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As the end of the semester is quickly approaching, seniors begin preparing for graduation. On November 17, seniors were requested to turn in their order forms for their caps and gowns. They began the right of passage of exiting their high school days and entering the real world that they have been ...

Stockbridge Area Chamber, Festival of Lights

Keturah Tanner, Reporter

December 15, 2015


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Residents from Stockbridge and towns close around it gathered together on November 28, to celebrate the coming of the holidays. “The Festival of lights in Stockbridge was a fantastic evening for my family,” high school math teacher Lissa Avis said. “It was great for my kids to be able to vis...

Families needing adoption

Families needing adoption

Melanie Clark, Reporter

December 9, 2015


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Stockbridge Community Outreach provides support for the local families every year, but this year around 20 families currently haven’t been adopted for the holiday season. “I can tell you we have about 82 families signed up so far for the program, and I would guess at least 20 of them are stil...

Opening day brings good fortune for female hunter

Opening day brings good fortune for female hunter

Lauren Morris, Reporter

December 1, 2015


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Students of Stockbridge were up bright and early with layers of camouflage, ready to go to their ground blinds or tree stands and wait for deer. “I got a deer early this year,” sophomore Hailey Fisher said. Hunters, young and old, sat in the cold Michigan weather and waited for their trophy deer to...

Young leaders giving back

Brianna Gomez, Editor in Chief

November 23, 2015


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Turkeys, canned vegetables, pies, and dressings fill the cafeteria tables as the leadership students gather the Thanksgiving Food Drive baskets after a long week of gathering food. The Thanksgiving Food Drive has been a project that the leadership class has led for years in support of Community Outreac...

Science out of proportion

Science out of proportion

James White, Senior Reporter

November 10, 2015


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Thanks to one adventurous biology student, students and faculty will not require an electron microscope to see the structure of a DNA molecule. Freshman Josh Farrar’s 20-foot tall DNA model doesn’t even require observers to squint their eyes. “I like building big projects,” said Farrar. ...

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