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Popeyes Chicken Sandwich Beats Chick-Fil-A

September 10, 2019 5:55pm | Herald Staff

Once again a feud between popular fast-food restaurants has begun. The uproar started when Popeyes came out with their new chicken sandwich. The fast-food chains took the drama to social media. Why so much beef over a chicken sandwich? Popeyes came up with a sandwich […]

Couple Turns Tragedy into Passion for Helping Others

March 18, 2019 10:34pm | Dimitri Clark

It is often said that you will not truly miss something until it is gone. Depending on how you choose to look at life this can either be seen as a good or bad thing. Matt and Ginny Mooney got to witness the beautiful life […]

SHS Student Wins $500 in Speech Competition

January 25, 2019 6:46pm | Ennia Hernandez

After months of preparation, Springdale High School senior, Dimitri Clark, was named the winner of the Springdale Rotary Four Way speech contest. Clark was award $500 cash, while second place received $300, and third took home $200. In all four SHS students completed along with […]

Business & IT Academy

November 9, 2018 7:13pm | Dimitri Clark

The Information Technology Academy Kathleen Johnson has been at Springdale High School for 18 years. She is one of the original people who brought  the Information Technology Academy to life after the split between Springdale and Har Ber High School. The IT Academy was formed […]

The Struggles of Being in Band

October 30, 2018 5:12pm | Estephania Montes

Football games are full of fun, student get to hang out with friends, have a good time and relax, but the best part of the game is the halftime show when band gets to display their months of hard work. The performance is always great […]

Back to School…Shootings

October 11, 2018 9:54pm | Citlali Cruz Jimenez

In the first 21 weeks of 2018 there was about 27 school shootings, meaning probably one or more shootings per week. On February 14, 2018 there was a major school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where 17 students were killed, […]

Teaching Academy

October 5, 2018 6:13pm | Dimitri Clark

One of the things that makes Springdale High School special is the academies. Students at SHS have over five different academies to choose from. One of the academies available is the teaching academy. The teaching academy has 60-75 student and is lead by four teachers: […]

2018 Springdale Graduate Returns In Uniform

October 4, 2018 6:20pm | Diana Campos

Just four months ago, Ivar Lobaton was walking through the halls of Springdale High, getting ready to graduate. Today, he returns in uniform after enduring 13 weeks of boot camp with the Marines. Lobaton, who used to write for the Bulldog Herald, remembers high school […]

Lunch-A-Palooza pictures

October 3, 2018 4:48pm | Estephania Montes

The Spirit Bulldogs presented many talented bulldogs at the Lunch-a-palooza that was held on Friday, September 28th during lunch.

Meet the New Principal, Mr. Jones

September 27, 2018 5:47pm | Dimitri Clark

New Springdale High School Principal Jason Jones doesn’t take credit for his career achievements. Rather, he gives all the credit to other people who helped him reach his goals. The person that made the biggest impact on Jones was his high school football coach. Not […]

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