Monthly Archives: January 2019

Teachers receive GEF grants to better classroom opportunities

The GHS community truly does care about its students. The Greenwood Education Foundation is a non-profit organization that awards grants to teachers in order to enhance learning experiences at all Greenwood schools. So far, the foundation has raised and distributed approximately $105,000 in grant money. The GEF was Dr. Kent DeKoninck’s brainchild when he first became superintendent, and it has

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Editorial: Lanyards for identification, not protection

If the school wants safety, they are going to have to invest. Students around the school have heard rumors that we soon will be required to wear our school-issued identification cards on lanyards each day to increase school safety. Concerns about the practicality of this have risen. One idea to understand about these lanyards is that they are not expected

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Gamers strategize every Tuesday

It’s an average Tuesday afternoon, where all kinds of people flood into Mr. Cruze’s room. You can hear all sorts of different games being played as well as the phrases with them, such as, “you activated my trap card” or “Uno”. Chess and Gaming Club meets every Tuesday after school. Anyone wanting to join Chess and Gaming Club is welcome

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SMAK club offers outlet

It is more than just smacking in SMAK club; this organization is actually a mixed martial arts team. “SMAK Club stands for self-defense martial arts and kickboxing,” junior Brandon Black. “We do a lot of different things. Somedays, we focus on the martial arts portion, and somedays we focus on the kickboxing portion.” SMAK Club is a combination of several

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