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High School Graduation

High School Graduation

Macy Gorsuch, Editor and Author

December 7, 2018

High School graduation is a good thing for you in your lifetime. However, graduation includes requirements and difficulties along the way. There are volunteer hours, class completion, college and more to think about also.   The focus of the McPherson schools is to get you graduated and in many cas...

The best things about Christmas

The best things about Christmas

Chanz Rosales, journalist

December 3, 2018

Now that Thanksgiving is over it is time to start getting ready for Christmas. To me the best things about Christmas is decorating the house and a tree, also there is black friday shopping with the family. There is like actually Christmas day and the fun of waking up early to spend time with the family. ...

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Sally Boese, Staff Writer

November 30, 2018

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10 Winter Finals Study Hacks

A candle's reflection in a dark window.

Faith Lininger, Staff Writer

November 29, 2018

Winter Finals are important, and Wintertime is a great time to study. It’s quiet, and when you’re done, you can cuddle up in warm blankets alongside a fire with hot chocolate and whatever Winter customs make you comfortable. Just get a nice, large mug of hot chocolate, your study books, and settle in. ...

The Heroes of Our School District

The Heroes of Our School District

Nadia Turley, Staff Writer

November 28, 2018

Special Education is something that is commonly misunderstood. Many think it is a room for disabled students to go so they can get their proper teaching, but it is so much more than that. Special Education is actually broken up into two categories: Special Education and Gifted Teaching. Most of the ti...

Are Teachers Going to Stop Enforcing New Rules?

Are Teachers Going to Stop Enforcing New Rules?

Nadia Turley, Staff Writer

November 28, 2018

We’re through the first quarter of the school year, and the school district is still standing strong with their regulations and policies. A substantial amount of teachers still have “No Phone Zones” hanging in their classrooms, as well as social contracts. But are all of them still enforcing the...

Studying Abroad, Germany to America

Studying Abroad, Germany to America

Maleiah Ewert, Staff Writer

November 16, 2018

Sophie Meister is an exchange student at MHS from Germany studying for the 2018-2019 school year.  Meister is from the north of Germany, in the city Hamburg. She’s a Sophomore here at MHS and wanted to come to the states for “the language and the new experience of culture.” Though Meister did ...

Noises Off!

Macy Gorsuch, Staff Writer and Editor

November 14, 2018

People 2018: Part 1

Macy Gorsuch, Editor and Photographer

November 1, 2018

School Staff smile beautifully as their picture is taken.                 Katelynn takes her pose while the camera snaps a shot.                 Mrs. Billings class lets their light shine as Jonah takes the floor or should I say, table. &...

McPherson High School College Fair 2018-19

Macy Gorsuch, Editor and Photographer

October 23, 2018

Summer 2018 Pictures (Edited)

October 16, 2018

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Random Photographs 2018

October 16, 2018

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