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The student news site of Stockbridge High School


The student news site of Stockbridge High School


Gabby Heath

Gabby Heath, Reporter

Full of creativity and fun, Gabby Heath is a reporter for the Uncaged team. This is her first year joining. She is a part of NHS, Student Council, president of Farmer Commandoes 4-H club and runs her own business, Leaping Goat Bakery. She loves to run, watch movies and spend time with friends and family in her free time. Her favorite color is pink and she loves to shop at the mall.

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Abby Nicholson tests out a future lab project the students will work on to learn about gas laws.

Humans of Stockbridge: The start of a new beginning

Former Texas drill team member turns to teaching
Gabby Heath, Reporter
March 1, 2024

Evolution of the Grinch

The transformation of the Grinch throughout the decades
Gabby Heath, Reporter
December 11, 2023
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Dark days in Texas

A mass murderer takes over a small town in Texas in the 1970's
Gabrielle Heath, Reporter
October 5, 2023
Apple pie is a popular Thanksgiving treat but when it comes to baking these, cupcakes are the easy route to go. These apple pie cupcakes are a delightful treat filled with apple pie filling, cinnamon cake and creamy cinnamon buttercream frosting.

Irresistible Thanksgiving treats

The new style to Thanksgiving desserts
Gabrielle Heath, Staff Reporter
November 24, 2020
Seniors Diane Evans, Wyatt Whitaker, and Brock Jones do their work in school while socially distanced and following government protocols regarding COVID. Whitaker and his classmates follow school rules to stay properly distanced while wearing masks and keeping their hands clean often.

School Turns Virtual

Online learning affects families, teachers from all grade levels
Gabrielle Heath, Staff Reporter
October 12, 2020
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