The Journal Rewired

Sharing his light

Senior Dalton Hinkle passed away on Sept. 16 from a Cystic Fibrosis complication. His family and friends say that he is on their mind every day.

Elizabeth Valadez

October 8, 2020

When his friends look back on his life, one thing is certain about senior Dalton Hinkle. He had an uncann...

Mindful art

unior Heidi McMullen draws one of her characters during her lunch period on Sept. 25. McMullen says that drawing calms her nerves.

Grace Elder

October 8, 2020

From the moment junior Heidi McMullen picked up a pencil, creativity started flowing from it. Since ...

The club did a team exercise to help with bonding for the members. On September 15, the mental health club had their first meeting.

Bring Change to Mind

October 2, 2020

School counselors Maragaret Tidrow and Tricia Bender say that they have gone through tough times and un...

Last year, the Pride Alliance Club drew positive messages with chalk outside of SHS. They wanted to show that their club is here to support all staff and students.

Remembering why

October 2, 2020

English teacher Sara Kohne was approached by a student who asked for a gay-straight alliance club, w...

‘I want people to know that they are not alone’

Sophomore Katie Wells says that her mom Susan Decamp supported her when her mental health was at an all time low. She says she's extremely grateful for her.

Grace Elder

October 2, 2020

The summer before seventh grade, everything changed for freshman Katie Wells. She began to struggle wi...

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...

Senior Kayla Kinnamin plays with her daughter Skylar outside of SHS. Kinnamin became a mother six months ago and says she is trying her best to tend to her responsibilities.

Finding the balance

September 10, 2020

Although senior Kayla Kinnaman believes that the coronavirus has made this school more stressful, it ...

Sophomore Kaylee Lowe has been working at Kroger during the COVID-19 pandemic. She says she feels safe working there because of the guidelines in place.

‘It’s a courageous thing’

May 12, 2020

While some businesses remain shut down, those deemed “essential” remain open to serve the needs ...

Stay-at-home hobbies

La’Kenzie Parker

April 24, 2020

  Graphic by Elizabeth Valadez

Special education teacher Taylor Reedy got married  to her husband in October of 2019. In late March, Reedy had fears of losing him due to his hospitalization amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

‘Please don’t take him away from me’

April 23, 2020

“My husband is 26 years old and quarantined to a hospital bed. Even if he wanted to go out, he can...

Media feature

Media feature

April 20, 2020

Q: What is involved in your process for keeping students updated through the Perry Township social me...

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