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Student Section Change

                The football student section always brings a different kind of energy and electricity to the game. However with the COVID restrictions, it was unknown if there was going to be a student at all, but school spirit has prevailed, and the student section has been relocated to the back of the endzone.                 The… Continue reading Student Section Change

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First COVID-19 case at GHS

After months of no interaction with anyone, the idea of going back to school was oddly compelling.  However, that can be stripped away just as quickly as it was granted because as the COVID-19 school year begins, so can the spread of the virus. On Aug. 10, the first Coronavirus case in GHS emerged, and… Continue reading First COVID-19 case at GHS

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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

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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

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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