By Haiku Peters, features editor, and Amanda Crowl, editor in chief Although the pandemic initially created doubt about whether Homecoming would happen or not, Student Council president Matt Nale and … Continue Reading Student Council moves forward with homecoming plans
By Amanda Crowl, editor in chief Saegertown junior Brittany Houck, daughter of Tim and Debora Houck, placed second in the western region of the state in the 2020 American Legion … Continue Reading Saegertown junior’s American Legion essay places second in western section final
By Amanda Crowl, The Panther Press Students and staff returned to the building today after an epic 179 day break that resulted from the Covid-19 pandemic. It was the first … Continue Reading Students and staff share ‘first day reflections’
From Principal Tom Baker and Assistant Principal Kylene Koper Good afternoon Saegertown Families. We are so excited to welcome you back for a new school year. Boy have we missed … Continue Reading Principals’ office details staggered start to school year
Click to read: Panther Press Volume 14 Issue 7 The Senior Issue June 5, 2020
Created by Student Council Adviser Phil Young Check out this video honoring May 2020 Students of the Month Kiersten, Ella, Brady, Bailey, Callie, and Kimmy. Congratulations.
Created by Student Council Adviser Phil Young Check out this video honoring April 2020 Students of the Month Raya, Sadie, Brennen, Nico, Matt, and Lauren. Congratulations!
Saegertown seniors: graduation recordings will begin May 12. See the details below and sign up for a slot. https://m.signupgenius.com/… Email email@example.com with questions. And remember, senior signs and caps and gowns … Continue Reading Class of 2020 Graduation Recording Information
For a recent English assignment, students in grades 10-12 were asked to reflect on their strengths and struggles during the COVID-19 shutdown in a visual format. The following projects are … Continue Reading Saegertown shutdown stories: Strengths and Struggles one-pagers