The Journal Rewired

Textbook shuffle

Jemimah Ram

September 14, 2020

Every six years, there is a new adoption of English textbooks in the English department, and this year happened to be one of those years.  Since every textbook is used for a six year period, students get charged for textbook rental fees. So that over the course of the rental fees, students end up paying for the textbook...

A necessary trace

SHS plans to use contact tracing in case of a positive case of COVID-19. This process was already used when a SHS football player tested positive.

Henry Van Ni

September 13, 2020

The Coronavirus has affected many things across the world but as time passes by parts of the world sl...

‘Legends Never Die’ review

The album cover of Juice Wrld's

Tanny Khun

September 13, 2020

From beyond the grave, the late rapper, singer and songwriter Juice Wrld was still able to touch the hea...

A step ahead

Junior Emily Rusaw is pictured in her senior photos. She is graduating a year early.

Grace Elder

September 11, 2020

Throughout her time at SHS, junior Emily Rusaw says her determination has played a huge factor in her...

The Journal dives into the different perspectives regarding the coronavirus within the SHS community.

Through their lens

September 10, 2020

As the SHS community works together to stay connected during this time of COVID-19, The Journal has spoken...

Beyond the Buzzer

Beyond the Buzzer

Eli Beck

September 10, 2020

No matter what level they play at, athletes thrive on the roar of the crowd. But, those playing the s...

Welcoming a year of challenges

New Assistant Athletic Director Nick Stevens has to face obstacles in the time of the coronavirus. He previously worked at Franklin Central High School.

Zach Chambers

September 10, 2020

For Assistant Athletic Director Nick Stevens, this year is going to be a different experience. When he...

Journal Address

Journal Address

September 10, 2020

In early March, Marion County made the decision to switch to virtual learning after they were made a...

Students in Jamie Marshall's Spanish class sit six feet away from each other. Students must stay socially distanced due to COVID-19.

Hybrid learning

September 10, 2020

Just before the scheduled start of school, staff and students at SHS found out they would be attending...

SHS has a plan in place if someone in the building tests positive for COVID-19. Nurse Bethany Mendez is one of the nurses that can assess symptoms.

Positive response

September 10, 2020

Students returned to the 2020-2021 school year in early August with masks on, a six-foot distance in...

The Valadez View

The Valadez View

Elizabeth Valadez

September 10, 2020

I feel like it was just yesterday that I had my kindergarten orientation, but I’m actually supposed to ...

Speech and broadcast teacher Sara Berghoff is pictured making masks for her family. She takes time to make her masks in her at-home office.

A life-saving hobby

September 10, 2020

When speech and broadcast teacher Sara Berghoff’s husband started having to wear a mask to work, they...

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