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BOOKS: Students can have books delivered to their house when put on hold through Destiny Discover. Students are allowed to have up to 10 books checked out at once. Right now our bus drivers are doing the deliveries to your house media specialist Dana Rider said.

School library now on wheels

Natalie Dupuis, Assigning Editor December 17, 2020

Grand Haven Area Public Schools  is now delivering library books to those who need them for the rest of first semester. “All students have to do is go on Destiny Discover and reserve books they want,”...

Students and staff must constantly monitor their temperature and continually check for COVID-19.

COVID-19 changes daily routines

Grace Montgomery, Editor In Chief October 7, 2020

Since returning to school, the daily routines of students and staff have been significantly altered. Principal Tracy Wilson explains changes in school policies and the new restrictions that have been put...

Interact club looks to spread light to GH community

Natalie Dupuis, Assigning Editor January 14, 2020

Interact club is a service club that allows members of the club to go around the community and help out where help is needed.  “It’s an awesome group of people that want to connect with others...

Deputy Mackeller and Mrs. Schmitt along with others received the school of the year award for vaping education at GHHS. (Photo courtesy of Tracy Wilson)

GHHS named “school of the year” for vaping education

Natalie Dupuis, Assigning Editor November 13, 2019

Grand Haven High School partnered with a few different organizations through the Ottawa Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition (OSAPC) and was able to work and prevent the use of teen substance abuse.  “It’s...

Principal Tracy Wilson congratulates inductee Gene Van Dongen after his speech. “The truth I have learned is that success is just a journey,” Van Dongen said in his speech. “It’s not a destination.”

Inductees honored at Hall of Fame ceremony

Morgan Womack, Co-Editor-In-Chief November 10, 2019

Attendees consisted of teachers, members of administration, retired staff and overall supporters of the inductees.   All of the 13 inductees fit into one of five pillars, including arts,...

Chelsea Bender assists students with a lab in her chemistry classroom

Learning walks show parents high school experience

Emma Manzo, Reporter November 7, 2019

WHAT'S THE STORY? Principal Tracy Wilson has several upcoming learning walks for parents to observe what high school is like for their students on Wednesday Nov. 19 from 1p.m. to the end of the day,...

Science teacher Katy Walters conferences with parents. Teachers were dispersed throughout the gym.

Parent-teacher conferences were a success

Grace Montgomery, Editor In Chief October 29, 2019

Parent-teacher conferences were held from 2:15-2:45 p.m. and 5:30-8:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 24. During these time slots, invited juniors and seniors received academic letters and pins in the performing...

So many snow days have students beginning to wonder if they should be studying during their time off or if they should be enjoying the time away from the classroom. Many found during the “snow-pocalypse” that a healthy balance of both was necessary to getting through the break.

Snow days causing CHAOS

With over two weeks of unexpected snow days this semester, teachers and administrators are scrambling to catch up with the curriculum
Caleb Berko, Managing Editor February 19, 2019

The number of snow days this semester has been unpredictable and the plethora of days away does not come without consequence. Each year the state allots six days to districts for weather related days...

School Construction Plans

School Construction Plans

Emily Bruch, News Editor November 20, 2014

Each year, students and staff in the music and athletic departments work hard and strive for excellence. Due to the growth of these programs, there is a need for expansion projects for their facilities. “We...

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