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
2020 was a weird year

2020 was a weird year

Michael Beadle, Staff Writer
January 13, 2021
The closet thing our seniors have gotten to a class photo thus far, is a selfie in math class on the first day of school.

Senioritis Hits Hard in 2021

Kate Moran, Staff Writer
January 12, 2021
 Helping get people in the holiday spirit, Kristin Hall ‘21 and Maggie Handfelt ‘21 help set up the Luminaria. The Luminaria is a great way to get involved in the community while spreading holiday cheer and we can’t wait for the opportunity to do it again.

Christmas with the Key Club

Jenna Smith, Staff Writer
December 31, 2020
Fireworks light up the sky on December 5, 2020 as locals and tourists gather socially distanced around town to watch. Hot chocolate in hand, and winter coats on, it's certainly not the weather conditions one imagines watching fireworks in, but it is more than a unique experience. This time of year has its natural beauty, so the added festivity to that is just that much more memorable.

Hometown Holiday Spirit

Kate Moran, Staff Writer
December 16, 2020
You are seeing it here, a school activity taking place during this 2020 school year. Jovian Pham competes in the first speech meet of the year, taking seventh place in the novice competition. “This season is happening, and I feel like everyone should take a short at it, it truly is simple, and you can literally do it from your bedroom” said Jovian Pham ‘22. If this is something that looks like it sparks your interest, reach out, get involved, and simply have fun with the Speech Team. 

The Competition Is On

Kate Moran, Staff Writer
December 14, 2020
Teamwork makes the dreamwork. The GHS Key Club poses together after wrapping the one hundred and ten wreaths to donate to CIty Hall for decorating Main Street. Within 30 minutes of working together, they were able to get all of the wreaths shipped off. “It was a unique way to have people come together during these odd times.” ,said Sydney Benson ‘21. “It was a great way to give back to our community and I had a lot of fun.”

Spreading Cheer and Helping Others

Kylie Brown, Editor in Chief
December 8, 2020
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