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Owen Hodges

Owen Hodges, Reporter

Hi! I'm Owen Hodges, and I’m a News Reporter for The Journal. I’m a sophomore this year, and this is my first year on The Journal. Last year I took journalism and about two weeks in, my new goal was to join The Journal. I’m also in marching band during the fall. And then I’m in regular concert band the rest of the time. I play trumpet for everything band wise but I’m also learning clarinet. I plan on also learning saxophone and guitar, and hopefully those goals will be accomplished by the end of high school. A fun fact about myself is that I love dogs with all my heart. Some of my favorite shows are “Friends,” “The Office” and “Family Guy.” My life basically only consists of marching band and The Journal and I’m honestly okay with that. If I’m not talking about something related to either of those two, I’m probably just talking about Queen or David Bowie or some show I’m watching at that particular time. I can’t wait to get to start my career on The Journal!

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A year ago, a pep rally at SHS had hundreds of students packed in the Fieldhouse. This year, students sat in their socially distanced classroom doing work.

A year ago, today

March 12, 2021
Speaking out

Speaking out

February 23, 2021
Alumnus Donald Miller is doing a phone call interview with The Journal. He had been preparing for days.

90 years ago…

January 28, 2021
Social studies teacher Daniel Jones teaches class virtually. He has experienced good and bad things while having to teach this way.

A mixed experience

December 15, 2020
SHS staff give tips on how to help succeed on finals.

Untraditional ending

December 9, 2020
Experiencing downgrades

Experiencing downgrades

November 12, 2020
Bring Change To Mind club lets students put their names on the wall to help combat bullying. This is just one of the ways SHS promoted anti-bullying last month.

A school united

November 6, 2020
Behind the ballot

Behind the ballot

October 8, 2020
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
A COVID-19 inequality

A COVID-19 inequality

September 10, 2020
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