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Bringing the Green

Bringing the Green

Sara Almansouri

May 13, 2019

In the 2019-2020 school year many new clubs are arising like an environmental club run by sophomore Olivia Hutchcraft. The environmental club is more of an awareness club and how to take steps to make the earth a better place. This club isn’t confirmed for the next year.   “I want people to learn about why being ...

Good Nutrition is Their Mission

Good Nutrition is Their Mission

Alexa Schulte, Editor-in-Chief

December 21, 2018

As a part of a health initiative, the English Language Learning department makes smoothies for the student body. Their goal was to get healthy snacks to students instead of junk food from the vending machines. “The smoothies are something that will maybe hold their hunger a little bit better than...

Gymnasts Defeat Gravity and Signing Day

Gymnasts Defeat Gravity and Signing Day

Alexa Schulte, Editor-in-Chief

December 21, 2018

Two highly ranked gymnasts signed their letter of intent Nov. 14, seniors Evan Manivong and Victor Perez. Manivong signed with the University of Illinois and Perez signed with the University of Minnesota, both Division One schools.   “I was super excited and proud of myself that all my hard...

Making A Recovery

Making A Recovery

Hailey Milliken

November 15, 2018

Football games under Friday night lights are usually a unifying and celebrated activity for students and athletes alike. But at an away game on Oct. 12 against Park Hill High School, quarterback and senior Loa Grace faced a tackle that left him unconscious, and he was taken to Children’s Mercy Hospital...

Pickle Fun with Helwig

Chad Kriby, Devin Judin, and Nick Ridpath

November 5, 2018

Helwig is a science teacher at Staley High School. Nick, Devin, and Chad enlightens us with her passion for science with a pickle. 

Taking Home Gold

Taking Home Gold

Kayla Pospisil, Staff

October 27, 2018

Coming home with a gold medal from the 2018 Special Olympics state competition in Jefferson City, Missouri, made for an exciting end to a season for freshman Casey Dodge. Dodge plays softball on the Blue Northstars Special Olympics team. “Casey is small, but mighty,” said Special Olympics Coordinator...

Horse of a Different Color

Horse of a Different Color

Sara Almansouri, Staff

October 26, 2018

    There are many extracurricular activities such as lacrosse, ice hockey, rugby, junior Gabby Landuyt does horseback riding. Landuyt has done horseback riding as long as she could remember.    “I got serious about riding five years ago,” said Landuyt.     That’s...

Get to Know the Top 5

Get to Know the Top 5

Kayla Pospisil, Staff

September 27, 2018

Takahashi Becomes American

Takahashi Becomes American

Alexa Schulte, StaleyNews Editor-in-Chief

September 26, 2018

Moving to the United States at 4 months old was Manabu Takahashi, one of the art teachers. His parents moved to the United States from Japan for his dad’s job, relocating to St. Louis. “My parents were actually living in the United States before I was born, but they took me home to Japan because...

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