Respecting our school

We see trash everywhere. Wrappers on the ground, lunch leftovers wedged into corners, drinks spilled on the floor. We have even witnessed pancakes on the stairs. The cleanliness of the building is the first impression we make as Woodmen and shows whether we respect ourselves. We have never been the school with bathrooms walls covered… Continue reading Respecting our school


GHS students direct GMS Seussical Jr.

Parker Irwin anxiously paces the tech booth, his eyes on the stage. A spotlight shines on a music stand, and the show begins. For the first time in Greenwood Community School District’s history, a band of high school students directed and led Greenwood Middle School’s first musical. Juniors Parker Irwin, Kimberly Cope, Christian Jones, Michael… Continue reading GHS students direct GMS Seussical Jr.

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Energy Spot Questionable

It is a scam. Before I went to The Energy Spot, I did some research. I was suspicious about the nutritional value of the shakes because I do not think a shake named Strawberry Oreo Cheesecake could possibly healthy. When I pulled up the website, I noticed in small print on the front page it… Continue reading Energy Spot Questionable


Virus quickly eliminated IT department

On Labor Day, GHS was sent back to the 1980s. Two weeks ago, Greenwood School District’s network was shut down due to malware. To combat this, the IT Department thoroughly cleaned the entire system. “We had to scan every computer that didn’t have Deep Freeze. I had to scan every computer in this entire district,”… Continue reading Virus quickly eliminated IT department


Nearby fall activities abound

The season of crisp leaves and warm drinks is finally here. There are so many fun activities to do in the fall, including, but not limited to: picking apples and pumpkins, carving pumpkins, going to football games, and spending time with friends and families. A few fun and unique events are occurring in the Greenwood… Continue reading Nearby fall activities abound


Remembering the Queen

She will always be the Queen. Holly Wippermann, English 11 teacher at GHS, passed away Sunday after fighting Stage IV colon cancer. Her legacy is shown in the hearts of her family, friends and students. “Wipp was a teacher who cared about her students as much as she cared about her own kids,” senior Hali… Continue reading Remembering the Queen


Dumbo soars over staffer’s expectations

Dumbo flew above my expectations. Disney has begun to release live-action versions of their original cartoon films. Aladdin and The Lion King are soon to be released this year. When I heard about Dumbo also being adapted into live action, I was intrigued. I wondered how Disney was going to show animals talking and interacting… Continue reading Dumbo soars over staffer’s expectations