The Gleaner

Fingers crossed for normalcy next year

Charlie Curtiss, Reporter May 25, 2021

As the 2020-21 school year comes to a close, there are many questions surrounding the possible COVID-19 restrictions for the 2021-22 school year. Will there be a mask requirement? Will social distancing...


Mr. Joel Allen demonstrates wrestling moves on Andrew Slaght, 24, during a S.A.C. class.

Self-defense kicks into high gear

May 25, 2021

  With today's world becoming more dangerous by the minute, numerous self-defense classes have started to teach average people how to protect themselves, including the new self-defense class started...

Nicholas Hill, 24, performs on his tenor sax at the Grand Opera House.

Where does motivation come from?

Laura Cushman, Reporter March 8, 2021

Many students find it hard to stay motivated. With still a long road before summer vacation, it’s easy to fall into the mindset of being stuck. There are many ideas and advice given for those finding...

News about net neutrality

Dalton Avenarius, Reporter January 11, 2018

Net neutrality is the rule that internet or web services are required to allow access to all websites and apps. With the removal of net neutrality, internet providers and cell phone carriers can charge...

Do girls really take longer to get ready for school than boys?

Jacquelyn Peckosh, Reporter January 11, 2018

Many people would say girls take much longer than boys to get ready in the morning before school. This may be true; however, some people are just slower  in the morning than others. Out of...

Accelerating past the ACTs

Dalton Avenarius, Reporter November 2, 2017

The results are in! As a whole, the seniors have shown they are ready for college by doing pretty well on the ACT test. The ACT is one way that colleges determine how you stack up compared to other...

Sleeping on school start times?

Jacquelyn Peckosh, Reporter October 31, 2017

Many students all around the world complain, almost daily, about being too tired at school. Start times for schools vary all around the world. At Wahlert, classes start at 7:40 a.m. and end at 2:45...

Students spend multiple hours studying for finals during the last days of class.

Do finals get the final say?

Maeve Breslin, reporter May 26, 2017

For a high school student, Spring is considered to be the best and worst time of the year. With the school year winding down, and summer just around the corner, it’s easy to become excited thinking about...

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