The Journal Rewired

Social studies teacher Daniel Jones poses for a selfie with one of his classes. Jones works to create an inclusive learning environment in every class.

Passion and connection

April 28, 2020

Former SHS Principal Barbara Brouwer distinctly remembers her interview with Daniel Jones. She says tha...

Accounting for anxiety

February 28, 2020

The pencil in her hand started to slip away while sweat beads formed on the palms of her hands. Her ...

The student becomes the teacher

January 30, 2020

Fear. According to Max Cseresznyes, theater student teacher, “fear” best describes what a student t...

Armed with musical talent

December 18, 2019

Her face is full of emotion and concentration. Her fingers dance up and down the fingerboard, hitting e...

The age of esports

November 13, 2019

As students enter room 115, the Smartboard is lit up while two competitors battle against each other in ...

The Culver experience

September 30, 2019

As the SHS swim team prepared for a meet against Whiteland, they knew it would be a close one. The co...

Coffee, soda, energy drinks: All part of SHS’s caffeine dependency

February 22, 2019

“I would be shaking non-stop, and so, I finally cut down (on coffee). And I (said) ‘yeah, no more,’” sophomo...

Closer than co-valedictorians

December 22, 2018

While this goal has always been a part of seniors John Gunderson’s and Colston Streit’s plan, it...

One Teacher. One Earth. One Goal.

November 30, 2018

It all began when she was a child. Science teacher Rachel Brunsell’s parents were big on acknowledgi...

Lost in Southport

August 28, 2018

This year incoming students from other countries won’t have the Newcomer Program as a resource. Newcomers will now have to learn about American culture and the English language through a more traditional schedule, consisting of integrated academic classes with the exception of a sheltered English class.

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