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MAN OF STEEL: Senior Aidan Pike shows of his catch after a long day of fishing in the cold river water. (photo courtesy of AIdan Pike)

Pike Fishing

Caden Buller, Reporter May 19, 2022

For most students, fishing is uncommon in their household. They may know what it is, or they may have caught a largemouth bass with their grandpa years ago. But, no matter the case, they don’t share...

three of the four Bathroom doors have been locked for the majority of the year (Picture by Caden Buller)

Vicious Vandalism

Caden Buller, Reporter January 18, 2022

The number of vandals is unknown, the reason behind the damage and defacement of school property remains a mystery, but their actions have not gone unnoticed. Students, teachers and especially those in...

Fixing frequent Chromebook issues

Fixing frequent Chromebook issues

Mattee DeMott, Reporter November 15, 2021

What should students do about Chromebook damage? If your Chromebook is damaged externally in any way you can bring your Chromebook down to the media center any time after 7:00am.  What if your Chromebook...

CAPTURING CLIPS: Teacher Josh Walters peers at the camera display as he films the football game. He puts together highlight videos for Grand Haven athletics. One of the coolest things for me to do is connect with the kids, Walters said. I dont have all the kids in class, so seeing them out there playing their sport or participating in whatever they like to do is a lot of fun.

Teacher Josh Walters attracts attention after creating videography business

Caden Buller, Reporter November 5, 2021
If there's something out there that you enjoy doing, pursue it and have fun with it. It might take a push sometimes from other people but once those people tell you that you have talent, give this a shot, go for, why not.
Suli RIvera poses with some of her work for a photo.

Suli Rivera shares beaded creations

Mattee DeMott, Reporter November 4, 2021

Junior Suli Rivera sits working quietly, guided by her artistic spirit. She carefully plots the design and color scheme of her next pair of earrings. Each pair will be irreplaceable and individual. Crunch...

October 1 began the month of Adams Acts where random acts of kindness are frequently committed throughout the community, honoring Adam Provencals legacy.

October honors Adam Provencal’s legacy

Mattee DeMott, Reporter October 12, 2021

October 1 marked the beginning of Adam’s Acts month. After kicking off with an introductory academy lesson and handwritten notes, Adam’s Acts got off to a strong start.  The month was created...

School picture retakes rescheduled for Oct. 14

School picture retakes rescheduled for Oct. 14

Mattee DeMott, Reporter October 11, 2021

School picture retakes have been rescheduled for this Thursday, Oct. 14. Students and staff will have their last opportunity to get their photos taken for student identification and for the 2021-2022 yearbook.  “Since...

School picture retakes Sept. 30th

School picture retakes Sept. 30th

Mattee DeMott, Reporter September 27, 2021

Next week on Thursday, Sept. 30th students and staff will have their last opportunity to get their photo taken for student identification and for the 2021-2022 yearbook.  “Since it is retakes, many...

Class of 2021 has one last hoorah ending the school year with senior assassin

Class of 2021 has one last hoorah ending the school year with senior assassin

Natalie Dupuis, Assigning Editor May 12, 2021

Beginning Wednesday, May 12, seniors who paid an entrance fee of $5 are able to participate in this year’s senior assassin ran by senior Maggie Walsh. The game is not associated with Grand Haven High...

GREENHOUSE GOD: Glass shows different types of plants that students are growing in his Greenhouse Biology class whether it may be different types of vegetables or houseplants. I get pumped up when I see somebody enjoying stuff in the greenhouse. Later they might say Hey, Im gonna build a garden this year. You [then] know that theyre taking away something from the class, Glass said.

Science teacher creates change in everyday lives

Science teacher Roger Glass leaves an impact on those around him creating an approachable atmosphere
Natalie Dupuis, Assigning Editor March 18, 2021

Laughter fills the air as science teacher Roger Glass struggles to spit out his famous fish story while he gags on his words. He pauses from time to time to keep himself from vomiting like he’s...

Parent-teacher conferences to be held Thursday, Mar. 18

Parent-teacher conferences to be held Thursday, Mar. 18

Natalie Dupuis, Assigning Editor March 16, 2021

Parent-teacher conferences are to be held Thursday, Mar. 18 from 3:00-5:30 p.m. through Google Meet or over the phone due to COVID-19. Parents can sign up for a time slot to meet with teachers through...

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