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GHS begins casting and set production for Fall Play

Mixing drama, mystery, and comedy is a bad idea in most scenarios, but when done in a GHS play, it is perfect for everyone to see. The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 is about a creative team responsible for a recent Broadway flop during which three chorus girls were murdered by the mysterious Stage Door… Continue reading GHS begins casting and set production for Fall Play

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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

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Winter Percussion displays passion

The crashing of cymbals, melody of the marimba and loud clang of drums mix with costumes, props and intense choreography to produce our school’s Winter Percussion. Outside of marching season, there are many band-related activities, like Winter Percussion, Winter Guard, jazz band, pep band and concert band, that band members participate in; Winter Percussion’s season… Continue reading Winter Percussion displays passion

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Online Survey Raises Snow Day Questions

Students anxiously stare at their phones, hoping to see the email of their dreams, a snow day. The School board has yet to approve the e-learning days and it remains only a concept to be debated. “My understanding is it was the central office considering the possibility of e-learning days in the future when we… Continue reading Online Survey Raises Snow Day Questions