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.

Young leaders giving back

Brianna Gomez, Editor in Chief

November 23, 2015

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

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. ...

20 million chances for education

20 million chances for education

Emma Lockhart, Reporter

October 27, 2015

High school students cram three to a seat in buses, hold tight to their Chromebooks and pop their tires in potholes in the school parking lot. Soon, a proposal to upgrade many parts of the school district will provide renovations to areas where students encounter these problems and more. On November...

‘Hole in My Life’ book signing

‘Hole in My Life’ book signing

Kali Roskowski, Reporter

October 8, 2015

"I'm not doing anything wrong. I'm just afraid of the punishment,” wrote Jack Gantos in his book, “Hole in My Life.” Held at Washington Street Education Center Auditorium in Chelsea, Michigan, Gantos will sign books on Saturday, October 17, at 11 a.m. “Hole in My Life” can also be found...

Capturing 2015 in yearbook distribution day

Capturing 2015 in yearbook distribution day

Zabrina Yannella and Anna Baird

September 30, 2015

The gym was covered with tables packed with boxes with the word “yearbook” printed on the sides. The Panther staff was shuffling around, ready for the bell to ring, so they could pass out their creation: the “Capture” of 2015. “I’m very, very impressed,” said high school principal Ric...

Dedicated to Darwin

Dedicated to Darwin

James White

September 21, 2015

“He lived with purpose and integrity.” Engraved into the bench in front of the high school, these words describe Darwin D. Snider, a valued community member, that passed away unexpectedly in February 2014. On September 14, the school board officially accepted the memorial, remembering Sni...

A day without shoes

A day without shoes

Beverly Santos and Emma Lockhart

September 16, 2015

Somewhere, a child is walking around without shoes everyday. Clothing, a basic necessity in today’s society, is more accessible to some people than others.   Simply posting a picture on Instagram with a hashtag is a popular way to spread trends, but it could have a greater purpose.  From May 5 t...

Fewer little people, fewer dollars

Fewer little people, fewer dollars

Angelica Eagle and Jacob Hudson

June 5, 2015

Currently, there are 73 kindergarten students enrolled and 17 in the Young 5’s program for the 2016 school year according to Brad Edwards the principal at Smith Elementary. This low enrollment for kindergarten-aged children will result in the school district losing money through the Per-Pupil F...

Lets not talk about sex

Lets not talk about sex

Brianna Gomez and Emma Lockhart

June 5, 2015

Sitting in the cafeteria, the gym teacher hands you outdated diagrams of the female and male reproduction systems, diagrams on how a rectal prostate exam is performed, and drawings of the growth of babies in the womb, but you’re never handed a paper on behavioral risks that lead to sexual transmitted...

Living and working in midst of religious and civil rights

Living and working in midst of religious and civil rights

Beverly Santos and Emily Keiser

June 3, 2015

The Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), a bill that allows denial of service, employment and housing to people of different sexual orientations that may oppose a business owner’s  religious beliefs was introduced to the House of Representatives in Michigan by Jase Bolger (R-Marshall) toward...

A new bond on a new ballot

A new bond on a new ballot

Brianna Gomez, Editor-in-Chief

May 27, 2015

This November, community members may see a new bond proposal on the ballot. The Stockbridge Board of Education formed a bond committee and are having a series of meetings to design the bond scope with the input of the community. Currently, the Board of Education is gathering feedback from parents, te...

The unspoken truth

The unspoken truth

Brianna Gomez, Editor-in-Chief

May 22, 2015

Bowing desks, slow computer startups, jammed lockers, and cramped classrooms, hurt the educational environment for the high school according to the upcoming freshman class. “Technology plays a big role in our learning,” said eighth grader Michelle Zemke. “More of the state is going to online...

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