BSU goes to African American History Museum

To commemorate the last week of Black History Month, Haslett’s Black Student Union traveled to the  Charles. H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit on Feb. 25. While the museum is celebrating its 50th anniversary, Haslett High’s BSU is celebrating  its 2nd year. The trip itself  has made

Haslett Public Schools uses up snow days

The last two years have been full of snow and extremely cold weather. The state of Michigan only allows schools to miss six out of the 180 day school year. Haslett High has used all 6 days. If the temperature including windchill reaches -20 or below, the school is required

We need to fight for a loving generation

A man dies on the streets of Staten Island, NY after being subdued by police. A boy gets shot in the head by a policeman who mistakes his fake gun for a real one. Though these events and others have caused an uproar in our nation, the incidents have also

Science Olympiad team preps for regionals

Science teacher Kasey Sauder’s classroom is bustling with activity every Tuesday. Students are rushing around hurriedly, everyone is talking loudly, it can be overwhelming to an outsider of the Haslett Science Olympiad team. Team members are in mid-season and busy practicing just like any other sports team. “We’re just getting

News

Haslett blood drive brings in 51 pints

Haslett’s National Honor Society held a blood drive at the high school in the Viking room for the duration of the day Feb. 24. With assistance from the Red Cross, NHS adviser Margy Barlie and a team of NHS students, a total of 51 pints of blood was successfully donated. This is

Sports

Column: Wait? Girls play basketball

It’s hot and sweaty in the gym, you are crammed between two other people and there is always a knee piercing your back. Welcome to basketball season. Well, that is if you are watching the boys game. Unfortunately, many students aren’t sticking around to watch a very talented girls team.


Opinion

The ice age: Haslett edition

Getting out of bed in the morning before school is hard enough with how early it is, so how could it get any more difficult? Try some freezing temperatures that chill you to the bone the second you leave the comfort of the bed. On top of getting up out

Haslett blood drive brings in 51 pints

Haslett’s National Honor Society held a blood drive at the high school in the Viking room for the duration of the day Feb. 24. With assistance from the Red Cross, NHS adviser Margy Barlie and a team of NHS students, a total of 51 pints of blood was successfully donated. This is

Haslett Public Schools uses up snow days

The last two years have been full of snow and extremely cold weather. The state of Michigan only allows schools to miss six out of the 180 day school year. Haslett High has used all 6 days. If the temperature including windchill reaches -20 or below, the school is required

Haslett Spanish club exceeds goal

The Haslett High School Spanish club raised almost $200 in its fundraiser for the Heifer Project International, a project to help families in Latin American countries. “We made a lot of money to go towards some really great things,” Spanish teacher Lauri Etheridge said. The club was able to purchase

Art students going to Detroit instead of Chicago this spring

The annual school field trip to Chicago has been cancelled this year to reduce the cost for students. Each year, students in advanced art, along with German students and other art classes are invited to take part in a trip to Chicago that takes place during the course of a

BSU goes to African American History Museum

To commemorate the last week of Black History Month, Haslett’s Black Student Union traveled to the  Charles. H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit on Feb. 25. While the museum is celebrating its 50th anniversary, Haslett High’s BSU is celebrating  its 2nd year. The trip itself  has made