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News Brief: 1/27-2/2

JamesBarnett, Staff Writer

February 3, 2017

Filed under Student Life

This week was filled with sports, activities and competitions. Last Friday, our boys basketball team went out and competed at Louisburg. The freshmen came home with a crushing victory of 52-42. However, the JV team fell just ...

A Day in History

A Day in History

January 31, 2017

News Brief 1/20-1/26

MattieCrabtree, Staff Writer

January 27, 2017

Filed under Student Life

This week has been a busy week for the Broncos. Starting out the weekend the varsity wrestling team went to Hays to wrestle in the Bob Kuhn Classic. The boys wrestled their best, but only a few brought back medals. Noah Nemer...

News Brief 1/13-1/19

KatieOrton, Newsmagazine Editor in Chief

January 20, 2017

Filed under Student Life

A "dangerous" ice storm that never rolled around left Spring Hill High School closed on Jan. 13th. All events for that evening, including the basketball games out in Baldwin, were then cancelled. This gave the students a four d...

News Brief 1/9-1/13

KelseySpaulding, Yearbook Assistant Editor

January 18, 2017

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The first week back to school after winter break was a busy one, with basketball games kicking off the week’s activities on Tuesday the 10th. The Broncos faced off against De Soto on the home courts. The freshman and varsit...

News Brief: 12/9-12/16

AddiWeakley, Yearbook Editor in Chief

December 16, 2016

Filed under Student Life

Friday, Dec. 9, was the first home basketball game of the season. To celebrate, Jacob Crabtree, 12, set up a fake ESPN box and pretended to be an official game announcer. With the help of a few friends, he posted a video to T...

What If: New Opt Out Policy

KelseyKroutch, Online Newspaper Editor in Chief

December 15, 2016

Filed under Student Life

What if we could use more than two opt outs? At other schools, a policy exists that allows students with a certain grade in a class to be exempt from taking the final, regardless of opt outs. For example, if a student has a 93%...

News Brief: 12/2-12/9

AddiWeakley, Yearbook Editor in Chief

December 9, 2016

Filed under Student Life

This past week has been a busy one for many Broncos. Last Friday kicked off the first basketball game of the season in Eudora. Additionally, Friday was the same day the school hosted their annual wrestling tournament, where the...

What If: Puppy Rooms for Finals

ShaeleePhilgreen, Staff Writer

December 8, 2016

Filed under Student Life

Finals week can be directly translated to sleepless week, the week all students dread or even the balding week. The only good thing about finals week is the fact that post-finals, there is a major break: winter or summer. To bri...

News Brief: 11/29-12/2

News Brief: 11/29-12/2

December 2, 2016

What If: Painted Parking Spots

Kelsey Spaulding, Yearbook Assistant Editor

December 2, 2016

Filed under Student Life

Imagine being able to purchase and personalize your very own parking spot as a senior. You could decorate it however you wanted - school appropriate of course - and you would not have to worry about someone parking in your spot. Y...

Quotes About the Election

AddiWeakley, News Magazine Assistant Editor

November 29, 2016

Filed under Student Life

Abby Tyler How do you feel about the election? “I feel like a lot of people are making it to be a lot worse than it should be. They actually won the votes for the candidacy so they’re the two left, so we kind of got ...

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