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Gender Neutral Restrooms

Stephanie Martinez, Staffer

September 17, 2018


Filed under Check This Out!, Showcase, Student Life

  Smoky Hill is making changes around the school such as changing the dress code, adding a new redesigned section in the cafeteria, and adding gender neutral restrooms for students to use. The gender neutral restrooms is what’s making a lot more students feel welcomed.   T...

Places To Go To Help You Be Successful

Eyoel Naizgi, Staffer

September 17, 2018


Filed under Academics, Check This Out!, Showcase, Student Life

There are many ways to get help in school. There are resource centers, a testing center, a tutoring center, and you can schedule meeting with teachers when they are available. Karen Hamilton, the teacher that works in the social studies resource center, said “ the tutoring center is not open yet, but whe...

Forward, MARCH!

Bianca Richerson, Staff

September 7, 2018


Filed under Check This Out!, Showcase, Student Life

Smoky Hill’s marching band, the Hill Regiment Marching Band, has been preparing over the summer and the start of the school year for the season. The Homecoming Week, Monday, September 10th-Friday, September 14th, is the first event where Smoky Hill’s marching band really gets to show the school wh...

Let The Games Begin

Avery Bailey, Editor

September 7, 2018


Filed under Check This Out!, Showcase, Student Life

Monday, Sep. 10 EVENT: Power Buff Girls Football WHEN: 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. WHERE: The Swamp COST: $5 To Watch and $5 To PlaySIGN UP: In the Activities Office SOMETHING TO KNOW: The Class of 2021 - freshmen last year - won Power Buff in 2017. There are more aggressive groups and cheer for your fa...

Summer Jobs

Kailen Theel, Staffer

May 14, 2018


Filed under Check This Out!, News, Student Life

As the school year winds down, and summer comes around the corner, students struggle to find activities to occupy themselves. Jobs are great for teens who love to spend money (but don’t have it), need something to do, and have a great work ethic. The age required for different jobs vary. Some jobs allow 14 yea...

Are Phones the Reason for Bad Grades?

Andrew Guerin, Staffer

May 10, 2018


Filed under Student Life

The reason phones are used as a distraction is to overcome boredom. But are they become too addictive?

Sanitization in Classrooms

Sanitization in Classrooms

Andrew Guerin, Staffer

May 10, 2018


Filed under Student Life, Uncategorized

School utensils are covered with bacteria, which can affect your daily life if unlucky.

Spontaneous Combustion Auditions

Spontaneous Combustion Auditions

Tori Griffey, Staffer

May 10, 2018


Filed under Academics, Check This Out!, Clubs, News, NEXT, Student Life

Smoky Hill’s Improv group, Spontaneous Combustion (SpoCo), will be having auditions. They will take place today, May 9, at 3:45 pm in the Choir room. Their will be call backs on Thursday at 3:45 pm also in the choir room. At these auditions they will be having you play games to test many skills. They...

Bands Of Honor

Avery Bailey, Staffer

May 8, 2018


Filed under Check This Out!, Showcase, Student Life

Band students this year  were excited for CSU and CCSD honor bands. Many auditioned, but only a few made it in, two of them being Sophomore Blake Davis and Freshman Mya Woods. This achievement is just one step forward for their future in music.   Most people may not know what CSU and CCSD h...

The Myths Around Cracking Knuckles.

The Myths Around Cracking Knuckles.

Andrew Guerin, Staffer

May 8, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Crack. Crack. Crack. Cracking your knuckles has become a regular action for you to do as sort of a fidget, and it pains you to be denied the glorious popping sound after cracking them a few minutes earlier. But as you walk into your house with each step accompanied by a popping sound, your mother wa...

Physics Class Presentations

Bianca Richerson, Staffer

April 20, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

In the lecture center a Physics class is introducing  their presentations on waves on everyone's lives. There are so many different projects and so many interesting facts and activities on how waves work. Smoky Hill Senior students; Doria Argueta and Vanessa Hernandez explain their projects about ul...

Parent for the Weekend

Parent for the Weekend

Arian Jensen, Staffer

March 23, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Students at Smoky Hill have the option to take a child development class where they learn different aspects of raising a child such as the cost, physical, and emotional connection as well as the different milestones each child should overcome and many of the students have the choice to take a baby home ...

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