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Olivia’s AXELLENT skating career

Olivia’s AXELLENT skating career

Rachel Haider, Journalist
March 21, 2016
Filed under SHS Student Life

You think skating is easy? Skaters have one of the slipperiest surfaces on Earth and have knives connected to their feet. This is the sport Olivia Wheeler fell in love with when she was just seven years old. Olivia has been skating for 11 years, and her last show was on March 6, 2016. The reason Olivia wanted to join s...

Mrs. Fredrickson wins major Student Council award

Mrs. Fredrickson wins major Student Council award

Gopi Ramanathan, Journalist
March 14, 2016
Filed under Showcase, SHS Student Life

During the 1994 – 1995 school year, a new student teacher entered Sartell High School. Although she barely knew any of the people surrounding her in the small high school community, she took her job head on and embraced it with a passion unparalleled by any other. Ever since, this student teacher was...

TGIFF (Thank Goodness It’s Flannel Friday) Pt. 2

TGIFF (Thank Goodness It’s Flannel Friday) Pt. 2

Olivia Wheeler, Journalist
March 10, 2016
Filed under Flannel Friday, Showcase, SHS Student Life

Flannel Friday is becoming a larger trend throughout SHS, week 2 took place on March 4th with many high schoolers and teachers participating. Olivia Wheeler The first person interviewed was senior, Tessa Hager. She prefers to wear her flannels with jeans and combat books. She owns only two flannels, bu...

12 things to do to avoid college

12 things to do to avoid college

McKenna Walker, Journalist
March 10, 2016
Filed under Lists: to give you the jist, SHS Student Life

It’s the end of third block…you remember it is Wednesday… you have Ramp Up…you have to actually think about your future. We have all been there. No one wants to consider their imminent future. Here are 12 things that can help you avoid the stress of college: 1.Very long Naps. There are a pleth...

Will I get asked?

Will I get asked?

Olivia Wheeler, Journalist
March 3, 2016
Filed under SHS Student Life

As prom season is approaching in Sartell, many girls are getting nervous and asking the same question: Will I even get asked? It's every girl's dream to someday get asked to the big PROM. During this terrifying season, many girls are on the lookout and are keeping their rooms clean, just in case they were t...

WE saved lives

WE saved lives

Olivia Wheeler, Journalist
March 3, 2016
Filed under Showcase, SHS Student Life

  The Blood Drive here at Sartell High School took place in the Auxiliary gym on Wednesday, March 2nd, and it was a huge success with many people donating. Not only were there many brave high school students donating, but also our wonderful teachers. There was a grand total of 97 donors throughout...

TGIFF (Thank goodness it’s Flannel Friday)

TGIFF (Thank goodness it’s Flannel Friday)

Olivia Wheeler, Journalist
March 3, 2016
Filed under Showcase, SHS Student Life

Week one of Flannel Friday at SHS was a success, as many Sartell students wore flannels. Every week on Friday's, there will be five people, teachers and students, that will be randomly selected and interviewed about their flannels. Let's get started: The first person interviewed about his flannel ...

BRACE Yourself For Some Sports Med Research!

BRACE Yourself For Some Sports Med Research!

Kenzie Specht, Journalist
February 29, 2016
Filed under SHS Student Life

Brace yourself! The sports medicine class, led by Mr. Hacker, recently did some significant research that allowed them to write articles that many Sartell athletes can relate to. Each student studied a topic of interest that applied to young athletes and synthesized it into a short paper.

Saving Lives One Pint at a Time

Saving Lives One Pint at a Time

Olivia Wheeler, Journalist
February 29, 2016
Filed under Showcase, SHS Student Life

The annual Blood Drive is here!!! YOU can save two lives on March 2nd if you sign up to give blood at the annual blood drive in the Auxiliary Gym. You can sign up for a time to donate at the Canteen either before school or during your lunch period. You must be at least 16 years old or older! It takes...

It’s a Whole New Roll

It’s a Whole New Roll

McKenna Walker, Journalist
February 29, 2016
Filed under SHS Student Life

In this past week, the addition of new toilet paper holders in the upstairs girls's bathroom has changed the game. Out with the old, silver holders that always seemed to never have toilet paper, in with the new plastic additions. Some people have yet to notice the change, and others are envious. Girls,...

Getting to Know Your Food, Part One: GM-Oh?

Getting to Know Your Food, Part One: GM-Oh?

McKenna Walker, Journalist
February 23, 2016
Filed under News, Showcase, SHS Student Life

In our world today, we are all consumers, which makes each and everyone of us responsible to be informed about what we are purchasing. Last week, a survey was sent out to gauge the Sartell High School student body’s opinions on GMOs (genetically modified organisms). GMOs are also known as genetically...

Sabre KB Shows Off Strength at North Branch

Sabre KB Shows Off Strength at North Branch

Gopi Ramanathan, Journalist
February 18, 2016
Filed under SHS Student Life, Winter

On February 6th, Sartell Knowledge Bowl showed off their random knowledge at the annual North Branch meet, renowned for its quirky rounds. Sartell’s Varsity 1 team took second to St. John’s Prep 1, and Sartell’s Junior Varsity A and C teams took 3rd and 4th, respectively. Sartell 1 opened the meet with a Written...

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