“My dad gave out a bike to a homeless person. He felt like he needed to give to be nice…He just wants to make sure everyone’s happy.” Freshman Destiny Willoughby has a hidden family secret: her dad is Streetsboro’s “Bike Doctor.” She said, “He just started like a few months ago, but he’s sold over […]
“I love reading books because I can escape from reality for a second,” said sophomore London Anderson, “but it feels like hours. When I read it’s like I’m in the story. Whatever happened in my personal life or anything doesn’t matter it’s just me and the book I’m reading. I feel as though I’m in my […]
Rocket athletic trainer Staci Bohannon makes students a priority. “I feel like Staci puts us first, not even in terms of health, either,” said junior Derek Hamper. “Before practice even begins, she is always like ‘Hey, what’s up guys?’ She’s very interactive with us.” Bohannon is different than other trainers Streetsboro has had, said junior […]
Freshman Jackson Lanier just returned to Streetsboro in March from Walsh Jesuit because, he said, the school was extremely hard and he did not like most of the students there. “I really just didn’t fit in there because there was a bunch of upperclassmen, and most kids in my grade either had a bad attitude […]
After a week or two, I finally came up with a new profile picture for all my social media. Below are my drafts. This could lead to my branding for art — not a logo.
New SHS math tutor, Nicholas Medwetz, started out as a substitute teacher. He enjoys his job because he loves “seeing students succeed and getting their grades up.” Medwetz also has a passion for baseball and helping young kids with the sport, which led him to teaching. “That’s kinda where it started, and I just loved […]
Junior Kyrsten Ward strives to keep her priorities straight. “I try and prioritize my time…,” she said. “I think time management is the most important thing in my life, because honestly, school comes first before anything. That is true until I have my baby, because then that will be my main priority…I also think my […]
I recently bought a refurbished iPad Pro 10.5, and it’s amazing. I downloaded Procreate (on the Apple App Store), and I’m very impressed with it. It was $9.99, and it is well worth the money. I only have two complaints: the pen will glitch and switch to a thicker, crayon-like brush, but as I was […]
As a late-winter blizzard blew snow in their faces, 220 students stood in the middle of the football field, arms linked together, their feet planted in two inches of snow. They were quiet for 17 minutes as names of each victim of the Parkland school shooting was read and a silver star balloon was released. […]
Using Photoshop and a tutorial by Blue Lightning TV Photoshop, I created Knick Knack Fabinak’s profile picture and cover photo. It took me awhile to get the text right, but I’m really happy with the result. I especially love the blue “Throwback Thursday” text and how it glows.
Tension was rising among Streetsboro students and the community the week of February 18-24, due to the Parkland shooting in Florida, and the 13 year-old, middle-school male who shot himself in Jackson, Ohio. After these events, two separate reports were provided on the Safe Schools Anonymous Tip Line on February 21. One report said a […]