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COVID-19 will not affect snow days at Grand Haven High School.

COVID-19 has not affected snow day policies

Megan Voorhees, Reporter March 3, 2021

Snow day policies will not be affected because of COVID-19. Deciding if the roads are not driveable hasn’t changed at all for superintendent Andy Ingall.  Students are concerned about more school...

AP Psychology uses Bernie Sanders meme as class shirt design

AP Psychology uses Bernie Sanders meme as class shirt design

Megan Voorhees, Reporter March 3, 2021

Each year AP Psychology students are given the opportunity to vote for a class shirt.  Students showed their creativity using designs with occurrences in the world that took place during the 2020-2021...

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Popular winter sports locations

Megan Voorhees, Reporter February 17, 2021

As a student in Michigan snow days are one of the most favorite things among students in the wintertime. Asking teachers and administrators if there will be school tomorrow is a popular topic to bring...

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Bowling team starts off season

Megan Voorhees, Reporter February 13, 2021

Bowling fanatics were left waiting on a cliff this winter, never knowing when their time would come. But now the team has their time to shine. Their first meet was at 3:00 p.m. on Jan. 10.   “Not...

Photo Retakes to take place

Photo Retakes to take place

Sarah Mayer, Reporter January 28, 2021

WHAT’S HAPPENING? Photo retakes are happening for those who want a new school photo or for those who could not get one at the beginning of the school year. All photos can be ordered online at https://prepay.geskusphoto.com/?A=281  WHEN?...

Senior Frank Roberts named December Rotary Student of the Month

Senior Frank Roberts named December Rotary Student of the Month

Camille Berko, Managing Editor for Content December 29, 2020

Senior Frank Roberts was selected as the male recipient of December Rotary Student of the Month.  “I felt really honored, actually,” Roberts said. “I just felt really blessed to have the...

A GHHS student fills out a google form to sign up for a virtual college visit. The form includes a place for your name, an email address, a student ID and a list of college visits you can choose from.

College visits are now virtual

Natalie Dupuis, Assigning Editor October 3, 2020

Due to COVID-19, all college visits are now virtual through Zoom and military visits are one-on-one or outside after school.  “College visits are scheduled right now mostly through October and a...

Senior Kaelyn Stafford reflects on time lost on the field

Senior Kaelyn Stafford reflects on time lost on the field

Camille Berko, Managing Editor for Content May 14, 2020

For one group of students, the coronavirus outbreak has hit harder than most. Senior athletes looking forward to their final season wearing Buccaneer colors won’t get the chance to finish this chapter...

Trumpet leader Carson Bretz shakes band director Iain Novoselich's hand at the

Trumpet section leader Carson Bretz reflects on band experience

Morgan Womack, Co-Editor-In-Chief May 13, 2020

Before heading off to their second hour on Friday, March 13, band director Iain Novoselich had his first hour students play the song “You’ll Never Walk Alone.”  This song has been a tradition...

Orchestra seniors yearn to practice just one more time with fellow musicians

Orchestra seniors yearn to practice just one more time with fellow musicians

Caleb Berko, Managing Editor May 11, 2020

If it weren’t for a pandemic, the orchestra would be performing in its final concert of the year. A grand send-off for its seniors who have dedicated so much to the program.  Assistant concertmaster...

The Pay it Forward class poses for a picture at Out Side In, a local mental health facility that uses animals to treat patients.

Pay it Forward seniors get creative in the midst of COVID-19 outbreak

Emily Jarrell, Reporter May 8, 2020

It’s no secret that COVID-19 has messed up a lot of people’s plans, but little did senior Tahlia Lehmann and Sam Hager know it would flip the Pay it Forward projects around 180 degrees. “We had...

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