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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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Basketball can not fill freshman squad

The girls basketball program has a JV team and a varsity team, but the program has no freshman team. “The main part is we don’t have enough girls,” Varsity Player senior Bailee Taft said. Freshman Lauren Pritchett believes having a freshman team with such low numbers wouldn’t be beneficial at all. “We don’t have many freshmen and I think that

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Winter guard competes

Fifty-five guard groups were supposed to toss rifles, swing flags and perform choreography for an audience full of hundreds of strangers at the annual Greenwood Winter Guard Invitational last Saturday. But, the competition was cancelled due to the winter storm that swept across Indiana Instead, Winter Guard members must focus on their next competition. Winter Guard differs from the color

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unique methods students make money

By Rheannah Hoover Being a student generally means being poor since not many high school students have working experience. To get this experience, instead of targeting more traditional part-time jobs. They create their own miniature business. “I buy and sell luxury clothes. So brands such as Supreme, Off-white, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, etc,” senior Cole Mahan said. “I have sold a

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