Here is a day in the life of someone who doesn't have to be seen by anybody throughout the day. “Through the times I have been forced to stay home, this is about as put together as I would get,” said Kate Moran ‘21. “Nobody sees my pants at all, so I don't even make an effort to make them match.” The details of clothing are the least of everyone's concern in 2020/2021

Comfy Clothes on the Rise

Kate Moran, Staff Writer
January 19, 2021
Traveling COVID-19 Edition

Traveling COVID-19 Edition

December 14, 2020

It’s Okay If You’re Not Okay

Corrina Noble, Editor in Chief
December 8, 2020
Morgan was going to dress up as space cowgirls with all of her friends but had a last minute costume change due to all of them being quarantined.

Last One Standing

Abby Soppe, Staff Writer
November 9, 2020
Mr. Jenkins and Zack Ehrler smile for a picture over a Google Meet for the “Thank You Tuesday” sponsored by the GHS Student Council. Ehrler is one of the GHS students who is learning from home this year.

Online School Just Isn’t the Same

Abby Soppe, Staff Writer
October 23, 2020

Shocking film opens ag students’ eyes

Marion Schultz, Staff Writer
April 24, 2019
Senior Marion Schultz being upset about how she has to be here for another 24 days. “I seriously can’t wait until summer. I'm going to have so much free time until I enter college!” Marion said. Seniors will graduate on May 19, 2019 in the gym.

How to take on senioritis

Veronica Osorio, Staff Writer
April 15, 2019
Kaihleah Gornick ‘20 works with guidance counselor, Brooke Deppe to map out a plan for senior year. Gornick is excited to lay the groundwork for her college search.

Making the road after smoother for GHS grads

Elena Garcia, Staff Writer
April 8, 2019
All blinged out. Graduation caps that have been decorated and bedazzled are all the rage on college campus’. GHS students want to start that tradition here.

Decorated caps in GHS grads future?

Drew Wasson, Staff Writer
April 8, 2019
10 Reasons Why You Should Buy a Yearbook

10 Reasons Why You Should Buy a Yearbook

Grace Wilhelm, Staff Writer
March 29, 2019
Out of habit students like to take a quick look at their phones as they walk to class, to the bathroom, etc. Veronica Osorio ‘19 checks a message on her phone while in the hallway during class. With the new policy, Osorio would have gotten an automatic referral for simply checking a quick message. “The day the teachers pay for my phone bill, is the day they can take away my phone. Give us back our phones, I miss her!!” Osorio stated.

Opinion: Has the phone policy gone too far?

Elena Garcia, Staff Writer
February 4, 2019
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