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A Blog: Poetic Behavior

March 6, 2017 4:21pm | Sierra Mills

July 10th, 2016 Black Humanity Should Not be a Matter of Debate Bias seeps into the cracks of everything. Whether it be a group of people or a system, bias lives in the thoughts and actions of others… For sometime now–actually for years, I have […]

5 Things That Wouldn’t Exist If It Weren’t For Black People

February 17, 2017 6:14pm | Sierra Mills

In honor of Black History Month, I am going to list five of the many things that wouldn’t exist if it weren’t for black people. Here’s a little taste of black excellence for you:   The Three-Signal Traffic light   Garrett Morgan (March 4, 1877 […]

Trial Dogs Prep For Nationals

January 31, 2017 6:22pm | Jae Sage-Stewart

  For the past three years, Springdale High School’s own Mrs. Melanie Thresher and her son Garrett Thresher have been building a Mock Trial Dynasty. Having participated in the Mock Trial Competition when she was in high school, Mrs. Thresher has 13 total years of […]

Kids Can Wear Their Artwork

January 20, 2017 5:50pm | Maddy Bailey

One of a child’s greatest passions is drawing whatever their imagination thinks of. Jaimee Newberry, the co-founder of  ‘Picture This Clothing’ decided to bring children’s imaginations to life. The website allows children to be creative and design their own clothes. “I think it’s so important […]

Life After High School

January 17, 2017 5:54pm | Diana Pineda

For some, attending College is the only way, and for others, it just isn’t. But all seniors should at least have a plan for life after high school. Many Springdale High School graduates decide not to go to college.   “Because of financial reasons I […]

Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead

November 14, 2016 5:39pm | Chris Anderson

Dia de los Muertos or “Day of the Dead” is a long time Spanish tradition in which they honor their late relatives on November 1st and 2nd. For some Spanish cultures it can start as soon as October 28 and still last through the 2nd […]

Final Presidential Debate

November 7, 2016 5:54pm | Ezra Cromwell

Wednesday, October 19th, the third and final presidential debate took place in Las Vegas, and it is being considered the nastiest one yet by both active voters, and the press. Moderated by Chris Wallace of Fox News, the debate had many key highlights that sparked […]

Being A New Student At SHS

November 7, 2016 5:49pm | Jazmin Hernandez

I am a new student that just moved from Oklahoma City charter schools. I came here not knowing anyone, and to me, it was a big change. The school was so big to me when I first came in. The building is huge compared to […]

SHS Food Pantry

October 14, 2016 5:17pm | Ivar Lobaton

On campus, one can see the diverse population of students; not just ethnically, but financially as well. It is no secret that families all over Springdale and the U.S. struggle to acquire simple things in life like food, clothes, and shelter. Luckily at SHS, there […]

A Passion Spurs a Creative Soul

October 12, 2016 4:44pm | Sierra Mills

      An artist’s mind is full of swirling colors and ideas, and it’s a beauty to see the final result after they’ve finished their last brush stroke across a canvas. Recently, I had a quick chat with art student Michael Tompkins,  a senior […]

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