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Top Photographer: Portrait Edition

Top Photographer: Portrait Edition

Intro-Level Journalism Students Compete For Title
May 1, 2022

Journalism 1 classes finished up their portrait photography unit, and they were challenged to get the best fashion or sports portrait. Here's what they came up with. You can find the photographer's...

One Acts: Its A Full House

One Acts: It’s A Full House

Performances Directed By Students
Cassie Ford April 13, 2022

Five Theater IV students directed individual plays that they chose or wrote themselves, and they cast and directed their entire plays, known as One Acts. Unlike the fall or spring plays, they performed...

Journalists Earn Best Of Show At Nationals

Journalists Earn Best Of Show At Nationals

Convention Held In Los Angeles
April 10, 2022
 In Los Angeles, Calif., at the JEA/NSPA National High School Journalism Convention, March 6-10, journalism students earned several awards. 

Title In Sight: The Hunt For State Part 2

March 12, 2022

The second part of “The Hunt for State” series covers the Staley Falcons in the divisional round of Missouri Class 6 State playoffs. Staley faces adversity in finding identity as a team but continues...

March Mammal Madness Begins

Time To Fill Out Brackets
March 10, 2022

March Mammal Madness has begun. Have you filled out your bracket yet? STTV's Kameryn and Sophia have more.

Custodians Role Extends Beyond Cleaning

Custodians’ Role Extends Beyond Cleaning

Crew Does Set Up, Tear Down, More
Zayne Reynolds, Reporter March 10, 2022

     School custodians have long been the force behind cleanliness in schools. Performing the hard tasks time and time again, they keep the building ready for students and staff. Despite...

Measuring a part with robotics coach Aaron Dalton, sophomore Luke Freyermuth observes the measurements. Freyermuth said that while creating a robot is a positive experience overall, it does require a time commitment. “It’s rewarding to complete a robot,” Freyermuth said. “It’s also a lot of work. You have to design it, build it, overcome any design challenges you might encounter.”

Millennium Falcons Work To Build Robot

Elyse Bredfeldt, Writer, Copy Editor March 1, 2022

In a HOSA meeting Feb. 22, seniors Kiana Terrell and Kylie Rothberger work on their project.

HOSA Moves On To State

Students Qualify For Missouri State Competition
Fallyn Kowalski, Reporter February 28, 2022

    Nine students are headed to HOSA state competition after completing the State Qualifier Test Feb. 10.        HOSA Future Health Care Professionals...

Top Left: Rachel Riley; Bottom Left: Austin Marrah; Bottom Right: Logan Williams

3 Seniors Named Prestigious Scholarship Finalists

Students Announced As National Merit Scholars
Charlie Warner, Editor-In-Chief February 22, 2022

      In September 2021, seniors Austin Marrah, Rachel Riley and Logan Williams were announced as National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists. This month, all three were named...

Hyped TikTok Books: Worth The Read?

Hyped TikTok Books: Worth The Read?

Readers Review Popular Titles
Elyse Bredfeldt, Brianne Tremper, and Fallyn Kowalski February 21, 2022

   'You've Reached Sam'     TikTok has made reading more trendy, but it can be difficult to know which books are worth the time. The hype surrounding a book can raise a reader’s...

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