The Bucs' Blade

GHHS Business department gains new tech tools for long-term marketing benefits

Chris Hudson, Editor in Chief

November 26, 2018

New this year, the business department acquired a sublimation press and printer for production of apparel and gear to revamp the Buc Stop, as well as to design promotional high resolution photos and promotional items to market the in-school business. With these advanced tools, practically all f...

District hosts Cyber Safety Night

Emma Sachteleben, Reporter

October 26, 2015

Chromebooks are officially in the hands of every student. With a direct link to the internet at all times, the district is taking measures to ensure that this technology is used safely. “With our move to one-to-one technology it is more important than ever to understand how to be safe when on ...

Chromebooks level playing field

Emily Bruch, News Editor

October 17, 2015

Staring at a white screen and watching your dinosaur hop over cacti with every press of the space bar was a common occurrence the first few days of school, when the new Dell Chromebooks had problems with internet access. In technology-dependent classrooms, these connectivity problems caused delays in work progress...

CyberSchool is CyberCool

Connor Weber, Senior Staff Writer

October 17, 2015

School is now in full swing and for many students that means slipping back into the same monotonous schedule. Early mornings, long classes, little sleep. Although a growing number of students are coming to find, it doesn't have to be that way. Senior Christian Miller recalls his classes beginning at noon, ...

Tech bond advancements

Emily Bruch, News Editor

September 15, 2014

While students have had the last three months off of school, the teachers have been doing some learning of their own. A  bond was passed in May this year, that calls for 1-to-1 technology to be available to students, and improvements on the infrastructure of all district buildings, including the...

Opinion: Friends beyond Facebook

Opinion: Friends beyond Facebook

Maggie LaLonde, Reporter

February 26, 2014

The lights are off, but the basement is lit by the glowing screens of cell phones. The silence is broken by a giggle, and your friend showing you a hilarious tweet as she clicks the favorite button (perhaps from Mike Michalski?). Everyone laughs, but quickly whip their heads down and enter back into th...