Article Archive for January 2009
Many teens don’t realize the impact that their population could make on the community. Now that the holiday season is growing near, it is an ample time for youth to be volunteering and, more importantly, …
Seniors Kyle Cooper and Lisa Cole were crowned King and Queen Spree Dec. 6 halfway through the semiformal dance.
One of our struggles at Polson High School is students constantly coming to school late from a short, 35 minute lunch, which may result in disciplinary action. There are a few ways to fix this problem and they seem to be the students’ and schools’ best options.
Many prominent people influence the world each and every day. People from politicians to presidents, felons to terrorists and the wealthy. From pro activists and peace makers, to people in center stage in the Hollywood …
In modern day society, our lives run on gasoline. We drive to school, to work, to friends’ houses, to the store, and anywhere else we find it necessary or convenient, in our expensive, not so fuel efficient cars. The result? Carbon dioxide emissions causing global warming.
Santa isn’t traveling the world as some of us imagined as kids. In reality, the world has many different holidays, with many different childhood characters, such as Santa Claus. PHS’s foreign exchange students are enriching some holidays here at Polson by sharing their traditions.
Pirate football team won every game but two this season.
National Honor Society President Caitlin Mahoney, and seniors Gina Bjorge and Megan Delay help with collecting canned food out of the English classrooms last week.