Last night, “Anything Goes” was brought to life in the auditorium. Students have been working on this year’s musical production since the end of January, and there will be another production tonight as well as tomorrow afternoon. “The show is about three love stories all intertwined. Reno Sweeney (Avery Graham) is in love with Billy… Continue reading “Anything Goes” spring musical
As teens enter the work force, they usually have two options: work in retail or work in fast food. Sophomore Michael Higareda recently worked at the sandwich shop, Firehouse Subs. “I worked there over the summer because I wanted to make my own money. Working in fast food at the time was my only option… Continue reading Fast food vs retail which do part time workers prefer?
A new diving coach offers a promising season with the new dynamic he brings to the team. This diving season has come with a few changes, the biggest being a new coach. Mr. Eric Martin took on the job of head diving coach after the resignation of the previous head coach, Kirk Schreiber. Coach Martin… Continue reading Divers embrace changes
Most of the seniors are excited about the opportunity giving them motivation to better their grades and attendance. Although this is an awesome opportunity for seniors, there is criteria they must follow: The student cannot receive more than two non-attendance referrals. The students has no more than four absences. The student has not accumulated more… Continue reading Seniors trade absences for no finals
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
With the constant stress placed on students, mental health days are not only beneficial but necessary. It is obvious to students when they have become burnt out and struggle to continue going to school Monday through Friday. Despite knowing they need a break, it is not always so easy to actually take the break. Many… Continue reading Are Mental Health Days Essential?
With the rise in school shootings and vaping use, the school must respond with an increase in safety precautions which includes four new metal detector wands and a new school entrance. The metal detectors -- provided free to the school -- should cause vaping at school to decrease. Each school received one metal detector for… Continue reading Metal Detectors
Summer break has just ended, and many students, including myself, are upset that school starts before August. GHS started on July 30th, ending the summer fun for Greenwood students. With only two full months of summer, I felt like I had missed out on many things. This summer break was one of the best… Continue reading Summer Length