The Journal Rewired

Alumni Association President Rich Elkins talks to The Journal about his history as a member. He has been part of the association for almost eight years.

In need of support

February 28, 2020

Providing numerous scholarships, appearances at events such as games and shows and lots of involveme...

Education in multiculturalism

Social studies teacher David Luers teaches one of his classes. He recently got his new elective, Ethnic Studies, approved.

Tanny Khun

February 13, 2020

Learning about the variety of cultures within SHS and the world is now becoming an elective. Social st...

Authors Isabel Ibañez and Shelby Mahurin host an audience Q&A. They are promoting new books to book lovers at the event.

An inspiring dynamic

February 13, 2020

At the Historic Artcraft Theatre, popcorn and drinks are being served as books are bought from the sm...

‘A subculture of kids’

'A subculture of kids'

Shelby Reeves

February 13, 2020

The love for Anime has been a growing trend for the last couple of years at SHS. As a result, a club was...

Students dance at last year's Snowcoming.

Seasons of Snowcoming

January 31, 2020

The SHS winter dance is less than a month away, and teachers and students have been planning for weeks. S...

As of this month, students caught with illegal substances on school grounds will be ticketed.

Cracking down

January 31, 2020

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, teen vaping and marijuana usage rates have increased in t...

Senior Makayla Maxwell works on a mat. This is the Human and Social Services students' end-of-the-semester project.

Cardinals give back

December 19, 2019

Her classroom walls lined with plastic, FACS teacher Mariette Fleck sits in the front of her classroom...

Gifting joy

Gracie Bennett (left) and sophomore Ellie Brown pose with some of the donated toys at Riley Hospital. Gracie's goal is 15,000 toys.

Shelby Reeves

December 19, 2019

At the age of three, Gracie Bennett was placed at Riley Hospital because of a brain tumor that had only...

SHS teachers, along with educators from across the state, march around the Statehouse. The march was the second half of the rally, following live music and speeches.

Red for Ed

December 14, 2019

Almost 15,000 educators, administrators and students make up the sea of red outside of the Indiana S...

Media Clerk Matt Norris fixes a Chromebook on Nov. 20. Norris began working at SHS at the beginning of the school year.

Supporting the ‘unsung heroes’

December 1, 2019

Support staff within schools aren’t the teachers that students see on a day to day basis. In eleme...

Assistant Superintendent Robert Bohannon explains the grant to The Journal. Perry Township Schools attained a $22 million share of a $47 million grant for the development of teachers.

Leading students ‘on the right path’

November 20, 2019

Perry Township Schools will be attaining a $22 million share of a $47 million grant for the developme...

Future in the making

Future in the making

November 15, 2019

The future, an unknown realm, depends on the present to make it a safer, brighter place for everyone....

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