Connor Meets the Miami Dolphins

They say to never meet your heroes, but in senior Connor Yeager’s case, that rule does not apply. The Miami Dolphins played the Colts at Lucas Oil on Nov. 10, which opened the doors to a unique opportunity for the diehard Miami fan. “We realized they were going to play in Indy, so it all… Continue reading Connor Meets the Miami Dolphins



Winterization is the words ‘community,’ ‘generosity’ and ‘selflessness’ set to action. The 27th Winterization took place last Saturday. Mrs. Laura Stadtfeld, Service Learning teacher, is in charge of the Winterization program. “Almost 200 volunteers are participating this year,” Mrs. Stadtfeld said. “This year we are going to winterize about 30 homes.” Winterization volunteers had a… Continue reading Winterization


Robotics team revs up for new league

Four months to build, three months to prove what they’re worth, two teams, one goal, to make it the First Tech Challenge World Tournament in Detroit. Through serious roster changes and joining a new league, Greenwood Robotics hopes to do just that. Teams get together in late August to decide who is going to make… Continue reading Robotics team revs up for new league


GHS FACS Teacher Receives Grant

Recent grants of $500 from the McDonalds’s Owner’s Association has allowed teachers to expand their impact with the school. FACS teacher Mr. Fisher and Industrial Technology teacher Mr. Figy partnered up with the grant to create a farming experience that will be unknown to most students. “The grant was through the McDonald’s Owner’s Association. It… Continue reading GHS FACS Teacher Receives Grant


Winter percussion start up

As marching band season closes to an end, the winter percussion squad is starting to begin its season. “Last season’s performance was pretty good. We were pretty confident and put on a pretty good show,” junior Chase Neuman said. Winter percussion is a whole different atmosphere than the regular marching band. “Winter percussion is a… Continue reading Winter percussion start up


Greenwood’s Seussical Jr. in the making

Bright lights, props, dancing and singing; middle school students are hard at work to make the up and coming musical, Seussical perfect. Junior Parker Irwin is the director of the play. He and his team of students are working very hard to make sure everything is going to plan and up to standards. “My vision… Continue reading Greenwood’s Seussical Jr. in the making

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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