States next for Haslett science olympiad

Big things lie ahead for the Haslett Science Olympiad team. They placed third in their regional on March 21 at Lansing Community College which qualified them for states. The season has been successful so far with the team placing in the top ten in all invitationals is has participated in.

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

News

Peer to Peer spreading awareness on disabilities

Haslett High School’s Peer to Peer will have their next meeting this Thursday, April 23. The group spends their meetings discussing and spreading awareness of various disabilities, often focusing on Autism. The group works towards increasing the acceptance and integration of students with disabilities into the general education community. “When

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.


Features

Read all about it ,read all about it! Book club

Book club is the newest addition to the Haslett High School club family. “It’s a great way for people who enjoy reading books and then being able to discuss it and have contradicting points” said co-founder, Anissa Kroll. “We read a variety of genres, but everyone in the club deciedes

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

Peer to Peer spreading awareness on disabilities

Haslett High School’s Peer to Peer will have their next meeting this Thursday, April 23. The group spends their meetings discussing and spreading awareness of various disabilities, often focusing on Autism. The group works towards increasing the acceptance and integration of students with disabilities into the general education community. “When

Ok2Say empowers

    “I believe that OKAY2SAY is a game changer that will save lives”, said presenter and Haslett school board member Chris Coady. No longer do Michigan students need to suffer through abuse. OK2SAY offers a way to report bullying, child abuse, depression, eating disorders and any other concerns without

Get those NHS hours

Members of the National Honor Society be forewarned: hours are due soon. The 30 volunteer hours are an integral requirement for students to be a part of NHS. For Seniors, those hours are due on April 2, which is unfortunately tomorrow. Juniors have a little more time, hours for them

Senior Ben Strickler to join Navy

Senior Ben Strickler is following in his father’s footsteps into a career that requires strength, bravery and pride for country. “I’ve always wanted to join the military,” Strickler said. “My dad was a Navy SEAL.” Strickler officially enlisted in last October and plans to follow the same path as his

Emotion, ambition, girls basketball achieves greatness

The anxiety, the back-and-forth runs, the bigger than life moments that come along with being in a championship game at any level, were all present in the girls varsity basketball team’s final two games of the MHSAA Girls High School Basketball State Tournament March 19-21. Everyone is anxious before an