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Project Graduation is headed our way

Ashley Vredenburg, Staff Reporter March 8, 2021

For the Class of 2021, Project Graduation will be held the day of the graduation ceremony on Sunday, May 23 from 9 p.m. until 2 a.m. Parents and guardians may arrive earlier based on what committee...

Sophomores Amelia Jeager and Karli Neher pictured at an FFA event in their official dress.

Sophomores earn district office seats in next school year

Cayden Sanders, Staff Reporter March 7, 2021

While students are planning their next year of high school, sophomores Amelia Jaeger and Karli Neher have applied to be a part of the next year’s Future Farmers of America Northwest District officer...

Sophomores break into finals at forensics tournament

Sophomores break into finals at forensics tournament

Rylie Fairbank, Staff Reporter March 4, 2021

The results from the Iola invitational brought promising results to this year’s forensics team. While there was not a school placing since only a few Hays High student competed, two students moved...

Spring Play prepares for live performances March 11-13, limited crowds due to COVID-19

Spring Play prepares for live performances March 11-13, limited crowds due to COVID-19

Caitlin Leiker, Assistant Editor March 3, 2021

With last year’s Spring Play, “Murder’s in the Heir," getting canceled due to COVID-19, the cast will be performing the same play over again, with a limited live audience March 11-13 at 12th Street...

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Students pre-enroll at Driver’s Education meeting

Cade Austin Becker, Staff Reporter March 2, 2021

On Thursday February, 25 Drivers Education held a meeting in the Lecture Hall. The meeting was an enrollment for students who are planning to take Driver’s Ed during the summer. Drivers Ed is intended...

Above is the proposed location for the two new soccer fields. Soccer Coach Silas HIbbs presented to the Board of Education over the new soccer fields on Feb. 22

Hays High to construct two new soccer fields, fully funded through donations

Alicia Feyerherm, Editor-in-Chief March 2, 2021

USD Board of Education met for a regular meeting on Feb. 22. Instructor Silas Hibbs presented to the Board of Education on a proposal for installing two new soccer fields east of the current soccer...

Students use Xello to prepare for Student-Led Conferences

Ashley Vredenburg, Staff Reporter March 1, 2021

As both students and school leaders begin planning for the remaining few months and the upcoming school year, Xello will be very useful, especially for pre-enrollment. According to Xello’s website,...

Students apply for scholarships so college is not as expensive.

Students stress over scholarship applications

Kami Steinle, Staff Reporter March 1, 2021

College can be a very stressful topic for many high school students, whether they are thinking about getting into a good college or the worrying about the debt. Seniors at Hays High are preparing for college,...

Hays, KS highs and lows Feb. 11-16. Information from weather.com.

Cold weather affects students’ routines, plans

Alexandra Coveney, Staff Reporter March 1, 2021

Dangerously cold weather affected vast portions of Kansas and the United States Feb. 11-16. According to www.weather.com, with wind chills as low as 35 degrees below 0, frostbite could occur on exposed...

KSPA and KAB hold contests for high school students interested in media production.

Media production classes submit projects for competitions

Ryan Schuckman, Staff Reporter February 28, 2021

Students involved with journalism or video production classes at Hays High are competing this spring in their annual competitions, celebrating work done in media production and communication. Students...

Blood drive only accepting in-building donations

Blood drive only accepting in-building donations

Bradyn Dreher, Staff Reporter February 26, 2021

The Hays High Red Cross Club will be changing the way the spring blood drive on Thursday, March the 4th is done this year due to COVID-19 restrictions. One of the major changes this year is the absence...

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What you need to know about new COVID vaccines

Cade Austin Becker, Staff Reporter February 22, 2021

COVID-19 has warped the Earth in a shield of ill health, while the world attempts to prevent this virus from spreading by using masks, sanitizing and other ways to keep safe from COVID. On April 23,...

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