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Makayla Montgomery  is one of five scholarship winners through the Alabama Writers Forum. 
(submitted by M.Montgomery)

Makayla Montgomery Wins Literary Scholarship

Madelyn Tesney, Writer/Reporter April 6, 2023

SHS senior, Makayla Montgomery, won a scholarship from the Alabama Writers Forum by submitting a portfolio of writing in the 2023 High School Literary Arts Awards. For her submission, she wrote a 25-page...

Candy Blackman presenting to Mrs. Richs class. Picture from Kate Prickett

SHS Juniors Preparing for the Future

Madelyn Tesney, Reporter February 24, 2023

On February 14, SHS Juniors began to learn how to write resumes and behave in interviews. Candy Blackman visited English classes on Tuesday to show them a presentation on what to wear, giving proper handshakes,...

Cortez get back in the class room-Mrs. Olivera

Cortez Johnson Jailed in Classroom

Madelyn Tesney January 20, 2023

Cortez Johnson, star of The Jungle's "Tez Talks," has been missing from recent episodes. Following recent infractions where he was being "rowdy" in the band room, Dr. Moore and Mrs. Oliveira have not allowed...

The yearbook staff gets some well earned pizzas

Who Is Behind the Yearbook?

Madelyn Tesney, Reporter November 14, 2022

Getting yearbooks at the end of the year is a tradition in many schools. It's always exciting to look back through old memories.  However, the yearbooks don't make themselves. The yearbook staff is hard...

Band Director Saxon doing the griddy in celebration of the bands success.

Chief Ladiga Band Competition

Madelyn Tesney, Writer/Camera October 13, 2022

On October 8th, the mighty band from tiger land traveled to Piedmont, Alabama to perform in the Chief Ladiga Marching Band Festival. The band competed against schools like Scottsboro, and Weaver. Springville...

Natalie on the job at Shrimp Basket.

Laborless Labor Day

Madelyn Tesney, Writer/Camera September 9, 2022

Labor Day is a holiday first recognized by the government in 1887. It was intended to respect the hard work that the working class puts in. However, the country cannot function without businesses running....

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