• Tag

    Tag

    Kylee Guenther, Journalism Student

    October 17, 2018

    Tag I interviewed Elijah Lawbeerjour about how him and his friends are playing the game “tag.” Elijah says that  “There is more than 35 people playing and more people are joining.” If you want to play then you have to contact the host, or you can just ask some of the players to join. They started the game at the ...

    Tag

  • Ricardo’s freshman year

    Ricardo’s freshman year

    Araceli Serrano, Journalism Student

    October 17, 2018

    All freshman have different experiences in high school. I wanted to go in and ask Ricardo Serrano, a freshman in North High school about his experience in high school so far. Serrano had said "it's a drastic change, in middle school I didn't have to focus so much in order to get a good grade. Here is where I have to focus more...

  • Polar Portraits

    Polar Portraits

    Alivia Lindorfer, Journalism Student

    October 17, 2018

    Becca Larson joined Polar Portraits because she enjoys photography and taking portraits of people. Polar Portraits is an organization at school were students take other students Senior photos. Becca likes being able to offer students an affordable price, senior photos can range anywhere from $100 to $500 dollars and for some...

  • Tom Lakner

    Tom Lakner

    Abel Xiong, Journalism Student

    October 17, 2018

    Tom Lakner is a para who has been working at North for about 10 years. He's had many careers, but finds working in this environment the most satisfying. Every summer after school is out, Tom packs up his gear and heads out west to the mountains. He does what is called, Long Distance hiking. He has completed most of the pacific...

  • Star Pitcher Getting Ready For A Super Season

    Star Pitcher Getting Ready For A Super Season

    Lamine Diaby, Journalism student

    October 17, 2018

    Senior star pitcher Ashton Putzier is getting ready for her final season as a polar. Ashton was All-Conference, and honorable mention All-State just a season ago as the Polars lost in the section finals. This season Ashton is excited about being a captain this year because she really just wants to be a leader that others can...

  • Hayley Pedersens Involvement in the SPED Department

    Hayley Pedersens Involvement in the SPED Department

    Sammie Bonko, Journalism Student

    October 17, 2018

    Recently I sat down with senior Hayley Pederson to discuss her involvement in the North High SPED Department. Hayley says "The SPED Department provides resources to fit child's needs at school." This being physical, learning or emotional needs. Hayley works in the multiple needs rooms. Depending on the day she'll either work...

  • Three Sport Superstar

    Three Sport Superstar

    Drew Giel, Jouralsim Student

    October 17, 2018

    One thing people can't wait for when they get to high school is the ability to play varsity sports. But some get the opportunity to play earlier than high school, and this is the case for sophomore Kyle Gilday. As an eighth grader at Maplewood Middle School Kyle got to suit up and play with the varsity baseball team. The foll...

  • What’s a blood drive like?

    What’s a blood drive like?

    Bryson Stohr, Student Journalist

    October 17, 2018

    Have you ever heard of blood drives and the benefits they offer to those who are in need of blood? We certainly have, and we've gotten responses from a blood donor named Rose. The way blood is drawn is when a vein gets tied around the respective location, her arm gets cleaned, and had a needle put in there. Occasionally, the...

  • Meet Emily Johnson

    Meet Emily Johnson

    Adam Horwath, Journalism Student

    October 17, 2018

    Emily Johnson is a senior this year at North High who has a lot to share about her eventful life. Johnson is on North’s tennis team, National Honor Society, prom committee and robotics. That’s just a glimpse into Johnson’s life, and there is a lot more to learn about her adventures. I interviewed Emily about her seemingly busy ...

  • Calendars for Sale

    Calendars for Sale

    Mackenzie Yang, Staff Writer

    October 16, 2018

    The North High Science Club is selling calendars this fall to raise money for project materials and possible field trips. The calendar is the Weatherguide Calender, printed by the Freshwater Company. It displays nature scenery such as waterfalls. The cost of a calendar is $20. The money raised will go toward a number of...

    Brook Stephenson, Connor Hainfield, Tou Yang, and Phong Chang show the available calendars

    (photo: J. Simms)

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