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


Author visit provides unique experience

Frame, deception, and mystery all describe the up and coming book, Now Entering Addamsville, by Francesca Zappia who recently visited GHS. Now Entering Addamsville takes place in the fictional town of Addamsville, Indiana, where the local high school janitor’s house is burned down and the main character is framed. “I’ve been told it’s like Stranger… Continue reading Author visit provides unique experience


Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF at GHS

Trick-or-Treating for UNICEF: spooky stories, tasty candy, and scary costumes all packed into a night of fun at GHS. Service Club is hosting their fourth year of Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF. “Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF is a Halloween event designed to raise money for UNICEF.  The event goes from 5:30-7:30 p.m. and is a great way for… Continue reading Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF at GHS


ILearn scores at Greenwood High School

The new standardized testing given to the freshmen last year resulted in scores similar to ISTEP but far better than schools across the state. Last year, the freshmen took iLearn as their standardized test for Biology. This test replaced ISTEP, which freshmen have taken in the past.  “ILearn is the new test to replace ISTEP… Continue reading ILearn scores at Greenwood High School


GHS Best Buddies separates from larger organization

The GHS chapter of Best Buddies, an club helping special needs students, has decided to separate from the national organization.  Organizers hope the move will help local students. “We felt like we could focus better and involve more peers if there were less regulations,” Mrs. Linda Hanek, co-sponsor, said. The main reason for the split… Continue reading GHS Best Buddies separates from larger organization