School Shootings Across Wisconsin and Safety in the Slinger School District

posted Dec 20, 2019, 4:33 AM by Jeffrey Wolf

By: Maria Graziano, Staff Writer

Posted December 20th, 2019

 

School shootings are routinely occurring across the nation and, now, Wisconsin has joined the list of states afflicted with this recent terror.  Last week, within three days, eight high schools in Wisconsin were faced with more than just threats. Wisconsin Governor, Tony Evers, said in response, “... we can’t keep pretending that this only happens in other communities or in other states — it’s happening here, too.” 

 

The 8 Scares

  • On Sunday, December 1st, social media posts appeared describing a planned shooting for the next day at West Bend High Schools.  

  • On Monday, December 2nd, a male student at Waukesha South arrived at school in possession of a handgun.  He pointed his gun at a police officer and was shot at himself. Waukesha South was put on lockdown.  

  • Only an hour later, Waukesha police were called again and were notified that a student may have been in possession of a gun at Waukesha North.  Waukesha North was put on lockdown. The police arrived at the student’s home and did not locate a gun.  

  • School was called off on Tuesday in Sparta after a student and their parent’s firearm went missing.  

  • On Tuesday, December 3rd, another student, this time from Oshkosh West High School raised some concern after bragging about his possession of a knife.  The student ultimately stabbed a police officer holding him as gunpoint. The student was also shot. Oshkosh West High School was placed on lockdown.  

  • Shortly after, a student at Oshkosh North made a threat via a social media post.

  • Tuesday night, there was also a potential threat against Germantown High School and Kennedy Middle School in Germantown.  

 

Safety in the Slinger School District

The following is an interview with our principal, Mr. Ourada, in regards to safety in our very own Slinger School District.  


Q: What are your reactions of the recent shootings and threats across Wisconsin last week?


A: The incidents at Waukesha South and Oshkosh West were horrific. School is suppose to be a safe haven for students and staff to learn together. It is unfortunate that in our society that we have to worry about individuals bringing in weapons to harm another person.

 

Q: What are the safety rules in place for the Slinger School District?


A: All of our staff has been trained through ALICE by the administrators and police department and we practice these procedures with the staff every year and with the student body. The outside doors are locked during the school day and visitors may only enter through the vestibule in the office. We also have a system called "Raptor" which scans a visitors ID when they enter the building to ensure they have no criminal background before they go anywhere in our school. All classroom doors must be locked. They do not need to be closed, but locked so it is easier to just close the door if we go into lock down.


Q: Have the safety precautions in the Slinger School District changed over the past five years?


A: We instituted ALICE (Alert, Lock down, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) four years ago and all of the administrators in the district went through training for this program. We have practiced lock down situations with our staff and law enforcement to ensure that we are as prepared as possible. This training has been extremely beneficial as we have to prepare for any situation. We also attend yearly school safety conferences that are held around the area. It is important that we network with other school districts so we can all learn from each other.


Q: What are some procedures that are in place in our district that you feel are important for Slinger High School students to be aware of?


A: The most important thing students can do is report anything to an administrator that they feel uncomfortable with that they have seen or heard. We investigate every situation to ensure that everyone at SHS is safe.


Q: Will any policies be changing due to the recent shootings in Wisconsin schools? Considering they are so close to us....


A: Great question....We have been discussing all of our procedures and policies in regards to safety over the past two weeks. Unfortunately, when these terrible events happens we can all learn from it and become better in our practices. We are working with Officer Sutter and the police department reviewing what we have in place and examining what if anything we need to improve on.

Our Hawaiian Experience

posted Dec 16, 2019, 1:34 PM by Jeffrey Wolf   [ updated Dec 18, 2019, 4:23 AM ]


By: Olivia Kreft, Staff Writer

Posted December 16th, 2019


Slinger High School had the opportunity to go to Hawaii as a performing trip. This trip made so many memories that will last forever. Here is my Hawaiian experience with the Slinger High School Marching Band.


On Sunday, November 24, 2019, approximately 5 AM, the Slinger High School Marching Band departed for O'Hare Airport in Chicago, Illinois. Arriving at the airport for some a walk in the park, and others, it was their first experience. With the flight leaving at 10:10 AM and arriving in Honolulu airport, approximately 3 PM Hawaii time. Now, remember that Hawaii is 4 hours behind Wisconsin time, so it is quite a difference. 


With the first day of our journey just basic traveling, everyone was exhausted beyond belief. Plans for the remainder of the day was to help unpack uniforms & band equipment, get comfortable in your room, and then find your dinner. This became a leisurely afternoon. A constant memory of the trip was the lack of  sleep. Getting used to the time change, affected sleeping and many activities during the trip. 


After getting minimal sleep, we started day two off getting uniforms, hat boxes, instruments, and ourselves ready for the big day. Today, we are performing at the USS Missouri Pearl Harbor, to pay our respects to the USS Arizona fallen soldiers, and the hard-working men and women on the remaining fleet of ships in the harbor. It was a great honor to be present at the memorial of the USS Arizona. We paid tribute to the 1,177 men and women who served and still lie in the ship that is their final resting place. Tears were shed, especially when the three Drum Majors, Drumline Captain, and Color Guard captains laid a wreath for the holiday season in honor of these men and women. Quoted from Mrs. Kieckhafer, "Our kids walked away from this performance with a much greater appreciation for our military and especially for the lives lost on December 7th, 1941. A good number of kids were so moved, they had tears just streaming down their cheeks as they paid their respects to the men buried inside the USS Arizona." Following the visit to the memorial, we performed on the USS Missouri. This was the same concert we exhibited in our Indoor Marching Band Concert.  The only exception was that the band performed during an extremely hot day in Hawaii. But regardless of the heat the performance was outstanding! Keeping our military barring was tricky, but it was done and the marching band was awesome! The SHS band finishing the day with a stop at the Hard Rock Cafe for dinner. For many this day was such a great experience! 


Starting day three, we got to sleep in. After breakfast, we took an hour bus ride to the other side of the island to attend the Polynesian Cultural Center.  This place was great! We got to learn all about different Hawaiian tribes, dances, and cultures. During the presentation we had the opportunity to try the local food which included fresh pineapples, coconuts, and fresh herbs.   This was quite an amazing show considering that we didn't know what to expect. After having leisure time at the Polynesian Cultural Center, we ate dinner at a buffet that had American and Hawaiian dishes. Some of these dishes were questionable, but it doesn't hurt to try something new at times, especially at a once in a lifetime trip to Hawaii. Finally, after dinner, we got to end the day with the "Breath of Life" performance. This performance told the story of the Hawaiian royal family and how the tribe began. The performance included many different cultural dances, feasts, scenes, and the many languages within the Hawaiian tribes. The "Breath of Life" performance emphasizes how they raise children in a tribe setting and teaching them all the dances, traditions, and roles that they are responsible for. Near the end, the child got married and started his own family, but the story made sense throughout. It was quite inspiring to watch the performance because it helps you understand the Hawaiian culture even more.


Physical and mentally strained, we moved onto day four. Off to Diamond Head! Diamond Head is a dormant volcano on the island of Oahu and this has been turned into a monument for the public to view and hike. Yet, this is no easy hike. I'm talking straight up, a mile in half long, and you are constantly sweating while trying to catch your breath. We learned that taking a faster pace up this volcano wasn't such a good idea after all, cause we were hurting that night. The view was quite amazing from the top of the volcano and the crater that is located just next door is very visible. You would never know how big and rugged this crater is if you were standing in the middle of it. Seeing it from a birds-eye view was remarkable! After hiking back down from this huge volcano we were greeted with a pineapple truck. This was the place to get your refreshments from your strenuous hike. Our refreshment break included many different options from pineapple smoothies to juice in an actual pineapple, American food, and coconut drinks. It was astonishing how such a great hike could wear you out and these refreshments sure did help us afterwards. Once we departed from Diamond Head, we had the rest of the afternoon to do whatever we wanted. For most people they headed straight for the beach or shopping. The beach was the main place to refresh ourselves with some soothing saltwater. Everyone had a blast on this day, but when it came time to hit the hay, we all ran to our hotel rooms! 


Continuing the great experience, day five brought quite an astonishing and exciting day. Right away in the morning, everyone departed for Secret Island- which was amazing! Have you ever watched those movies, where they have wooden changing rooms, no showers, and port-a-potties for bathrooms? Where music was blaring the whole time, people surfing, swimming, and just having a blast? Well, this was the place in real life! Everyone was having an absolute blast whether as an individual or a group. After all the festivities on the island, we got to eat lunch on the island. It was nothing special, but still it is on an island! After spending half the day at this island we all headed to Pauli's Lookout. This area is breathtaking! You get to walk right up to the edge of a cliff, looking out to the ocean, small towns, and the wind just speaks to you. Getting to the lookout was torture, especially because everyone was so exhausted. Too much sun for the day will do that to you.  After sleeping on the bus for the majority of the ride back to the hotel, we had the rest of the afternoon to ourselves. Most people went to the pool or slept since there was no meeting that night. The entire band was exhausted from the past few days in Hawaii. The day was quite eventful and one that no one will forget considering all the fun we had. 


On day six, most people went shopping or just chilled around the hotel property. Some of the stores in Hawaii were cool to walk into, had very expensive choices, but fun stuff to look at. Especially the Tesla store, everyone was obsessed with that store in Hawaii.  After our full day of what we wished to do, we got to celebrate Thanksgiving by shopping or doing as we pleased. Pretty cool! Yet, we had one more performance, and this will be remembered forever because one, it was our first-night parade, and second, everyone was sweating, turning purple, and just about ready to pass out. For our final performance of the trip the SHS band got to march in the Waikiki Parade on Thanksgiving day, which ended great! The directors commented, "I had to take a double-take. It didn't sound like our band at first, that's how well you played!". That is one compliment that everyone will remember especially considering everyone was on the verge of passing out. In the end, considering that this day was for ourselves and that we ended it with a band performance, the band directors couldn't have asked for a better experience to be apart of. Marching Band is family and as a family, we had the best trip of a lifetime together!


As the experience came to an end, we were all very disappointed but exhausted and homesick. Day seven was all about preparing for departure and packing our suitcases. The band couldn't be more thankful and honored to have gone to Hawaii as a family that is supportive of everyone. The seven day trip was an absolute blast! It was hard to recover from, but we will always remember this trip. Our performances, attitudes, and the experience overall was so heartfelt, extravagant, and memorable. As we all looked at the island as we flew off the runway we all said silently... "Aloha & Mahalo Hawaii, Until we meet again..."




It Takes Skills to Enchant

posted Dec 9, 2019, 7:32 AM by Jeffrey Wolf   [ updated Dec 12, 2019, 9:42 AM ]

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By: Abby Walter, Staff Writer

Posted December 9th, 2019


Enchantment in the Park is Washington County's most exciting light display during the holiday season!” When asked about the annual holiday light show held at Regner Park in West Bend, Slinger High School’s SkillsUSA advisor, Mr. Hug, couldn’t hold back his excitement towards Washington County’s own winter wonderland. 


Set up and supported by local volunteer groups, including Rotary chapters, Enchantment in the Park has welcomed many groups from the Slinger School District throughout the years, including auditioned bands and choirs from both the middle and high schools. These ensembles have spread Christmas cheer from their cozy spot in the Hot Chocolate Hut, but they’re not the only Slinger students spreading Christmas cheer in the park.


SkillsUSA has been closely tied to Enchantment in the Park since the beginning of the school year, starting set-up as early as October. Their most notable contribution is all of the hours the members put in behind the scenes, summed up by Mr. Hug’s quote, “SHS's SkillsUSA group has been setting up lights for many years and are responsible for the two ‘Mega Trees’ located on the west side of the grounds.” These trees are some of the focal points of the light show, especially because they change color right in front of visitors’ eyes. 


The event will be open to the public through December 24, and all the while, SkillsUSA members will be collecting food items for local food pantries and directing cars through the show. Mr. Hug summarized this aspect of SkillsUSA’s contribution by saying, “We have used our technical skills to help collect donations that directly impact our local food pantries. It is really exciting to see SHS and other community groups come together for such an amazing event.”


Considering all of the hard work contributed by SkillsUSA and other volunteers, Enchantment in the Park is a must see if you’re home for the holidays. Make sure to look for the “Mega Trees!”






SHS Marching Band entertains community with indoor concert.

posted Nov 15, 2019, 12:16 PM by Jeffrey Wolf


By: Olivia Kreft, Staff Writer

Posted November 15th, 2019


On November 6, 2019, at 7 pm the best show ever came to slinger! The indoor marching band concert was an amazing finale for the high school performances of this year. The performance brought Hawaii songs, football toons, and senior members giving introductions to the band.


This concert was one of the many meaningful concerts to the band because this normally ends the marching season till spring. Yet, this year the marching band has a greater opportunity yet to be experienced. They are going to Hawaii!


The concert was a dedication to all of our football tunes that were rehearsed over and over again until almost perfect, as well as tunes that our color guard performed to Sucker as a senior piece and Party Rock Anthem for the feature of the color guard. The color guard of 2019-2020 is lead by captains Caitlin Schlict and Brooke Kiefer. They did an amazing job with all of their routines! 


Another big part of the show was exhibiting what tunes we will be playing in Hawaii. After waiting 3 years, it is time for a trip and we have been invited back to Hawaii to play at Pearl Harbor and Thanksgiving events. The band would like to thank the directors Mr. Kiekhafer and Mr. Westley for all the dedication and time they put towards our achievements. 


The band would also like to thank the drum majors selected at the end of last year that directed the band during performances and in class. Nolan Miller, Olivia Kreft, and Sydnee Masters are huge role models for the band. They display great leadership and dedication to the band. "THANK Y'ALL" as the band requested. 


The band puts so much time and effort into the performances and practice daily. This makes the band sound and looks as it is because the students in the band are dedicated. The marching band in Slinger is a second family to so many people. Check out the indoor marching band highlights below:


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The Horicon Marsh field trip offers something for everyone.

posted Nov 7, 2019, 4:52 AM by Jeffrey Wolf


By Olivia Kreft, Staff Writer

Posted November 7th, 2019

 

School field trips can be inspirational, leaving everyone learning something new. Well, within the Slinger School District, the Ecology & Wildlife & Natural Resources class went to Horicon Marsh!  

 

This field trip offered the students many opportunities. First off, seed collection was a unique activity. The participants got to harvest different plants to collect seeds, which would then be sorted and shipped out to other plantations. These seeds would help with different plots to help the growth and population of a plant. 

 

Next up, was a visit to the Horicon Marsh Explorium. The participants went through a designed history walk to learn more about Horicon Marsh's history. It involved smelling, listening, and learning many interesting things. The most important part of this walk was a certain arrowhead. This arrowhead ends up being your narrator and telling you all about the Horicon marsh and how the arrowhead was made and used. 

 

After the Explorium was the wildlife management hike. This hike led the participants around to see all the different land formations and animals in the Horicon Marsh.  The Horicon Marsh is large and home to many migrating birds and all sorts of different wildlife. This area allows all the animals to rest during travel and find a safe shelter for the winter. One of the most popular animals in that area is the muskrat. These creatures eat the cattails, which are very abundant in the Horicon Marsh. Students on the hike also learned about different cutting and burning techniques that help prepare the soil for new vegetation in the spring. These cutting and burning techniques allow for many more ecosystems to appear in the future. 

 

Finally, the group had a chance to monitor aquatic ecosystems which was one of the most hands-on activities during the field trip. This allowed you to test the water for microorganisms, plant life, and any decomposing waste matter. You even got to go in the water to find your test materials!  From finding fertilizers to animal waste, you could find anything depending on the area you test. Unfortunately, the Horicon Marsh has always had a problem with fertilizer runoff due to the low environment and the high populations of farms around there area.

 

So, when you go on a field trip with any class, there is always some learning experience behind it. Remember to pay attention and take what you learned from the educators at the field trip location. You never know when it may be useful.









Senator Johnson Speaks to Students: A review of Senator Ron Johnson's town hall meeting at Slinger High School

posted Oct 16, 2019, 7:40 AM by Jeffrey Wolf

By Katherine Alder, Staff Writer

Posted October 16th, 2019


Senator Johnson is the Republican Senator for the state of Wisconsin he was first elected in 2010 defeated Democrat incumbent Senator Russ Feingold. He was reelected in 2016. Ron Johnson and his wife Jane moved from Minnesota to Wisconsin in 1979. Ron Johnson and his wife have three children all graduates of UW schools. They started working with Jane’s brother Pat Curler at PACUR LLC. Johnson worked as an accountant and a machine operator. In the mid 1980’s Johnson became the CEO of the company. The Curlers sold the company to Bowater industries for 18 million dollars in 1987. In 1997 Johnson repurchased the company and remained the chief executive officer of PACUR, LLC, a polyester and plastics manufacturing company until being elected to the Senate. He is on several Senate committees including the Committee on Foreign Relations, the Committee of the Budget, and Senator Johnson is the Chairman of the committee on Homeland Security.


He began his speech stating a few main points before taking student questions. He emphasized the importance of the educational opportunities that we have been provided with and the success that a quality education can bring, before reminding everyone not to do drugs of any kind. He answered questions ranging from vaping and trade to our futures and second amendment rights. He was asked about his views on immigration and on illegal immigrants along the border. He said that as with his company these bigger issues needed to be divided into smaller attainable goals. In order to solve the immigration issues, the border needed to be secured and the system itself needed to be fixed. Many of these immigrants come to the US seeking political asylum, without actually meeting the requirements of a political asylum and their cases are so backlogged that they can go years without being heard so they live in the background and can end up being taken advantage of by their employers.


He was also asked about his opinions on President Trump’s trade policy. He said that China had abused the trade policies and that many had believed that as China improved financially they would increase freedoms for their people but they did not. China has stolen large amounts of intellectual property from other companies  and they are threatening and militarizing the South China sea. Johnson also believes that NAFTA was a good policy. He thinks that we need to solidify trade with other countries in Asia. Trade in a global economy is beneficial for everyone involved, but it is treated like a “political football”. 


When asked about a law passed in 2009 stating that if a firefighter died on duty their families would still receive health insurance, he said that his first reaction to that policy was why didn’t it already also cover law enforcement. From a cost standpoint, not many first responders die on duty so the cost is negligible, but first responders put their lives at risk everyday to protect others so we should provide for their families if they lose their lives doing so. He then gave the example of 9/11 when while everyone was desperately trying to escape the towers first responders were going in trying to save people. He said that we should support them rather than politicising them.

 

Finally, when he was asked about his views on terrorism and the military he spoke of his policy on peace through strength. He said that Presidents Carter, Clinton, and Obama all reduced military spending and when the Republicans we in office they would increase it. He said that we should maintain a military force so that no one could challenge the U.S. The U.S. should not try to be the police force of the world, but we should protect our interests. He said that when President Obama turned a blind eye on the problems in Syria and ISIS people died, but when ISIS lost power the number of people imitating their terrorist attacks was reduced. The issue of terrorism is a multi-generational issue that can’t be eliminated all at once. The other place people are drawing their inspiration from, is the internet, but because of the first amendment they can’t arrest people without cause based solely on what they say online he also stated the importance of see something say something in these matters. We need to support our military and their families because they risk their lives to protect our freedom.


My Homecoming (Photo Essay)

posted Oct 8, 2019, 4:30 AM by Jeffrey Wolf


By: Olivia Kreft, Staff Writer/Photographer

Posted October 8th, 2019



Marching band performance after parade.

Mr. Westley & Olivia Kreft

Grace Dow & Olivia Kreft

Final picture after dance





Senator Ron Johnson's October 2nd visit to Slinger High School

posted Oct 4, 2019, 4:26 AM by Jeffrey Wolf

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A thank you to SHS!

posted Jun 4, 2019, 12:53 PM by Jeffrey Wolf


By: Chloe Schmidt, Co Editor-in-Chief

Posted June 4th, 2019


I would like to take this chance to formally thank everyone. I would like to thank Mr. Wolf for giving me the chance to be a writer and even an editor for the Nite Crier. The Nite Crier has expanded my writing ability and I’ve made some new friends through this club. I would like to thank my fellow club members for inspiring me and pushing me to my full potential. I’ve created a lot of great memories with my new friends! I would also like to thank the readers of the Nite Crier because without readers, we would be writing for no one. I hope you’ve enjoyed at least a couple of my articles. Finally, I would like to thank my mentors for supporting me and carrying me throughout the years. It means a lot. Overall, just thank you to everyone!


2019 Senior Wills

posted Jun 4, 2019, 4:21 AM by Jeffrey Wolf


I Rachel Muhl will Everyone Who Wasn't Willed Anything the best of luck and success for a happy high school experience and future. I hope anyone who sees this has a great time during high school. Just remember to keep calm. The future is not as daunting as you might think.


I, Nick Poweleit, will Bobby Cleary the number 76, my football number. Have fun and good luck in the future Bobby.


I, Kiya Sinclair, will Kale Sinclair the title of The Coolest Sinclair Family Member. It is the legacy that I have begun for the Sinclair Family and it can finally be passed down to the next sibling in line. It entails being a role model for the siblings to come while also being awesome at the same time. It may seem like a daunting task and I doubt that you'll even read this, but the family name is in your hands now, so don't let us down (or you'll have to sleep outside again).


I, Evan Sievers, will Brady Krueger the Cross Country Meme Page, The location of the sauciest memes in relation to Slinger Cross Country. Big Brady, on behalf of Slinger Cross Country, I will you this meme page, the name of which I will not include in this message to you. I leave it to you, Big Brady, to take my creation and make it something beyond this world, beyond all possibility. It will be the dankest, sauciest, edgiest page that ever was. Use it and use it well, Big Brady. I know you will. <3 rawr XD ~Evan


I, Jane Shaub, will Taylor Loomans and Jack Summers, the Student Council Presidency, the role of leading our SHS Student Council. It has been so wonderful working with you both over the past 3 years, and I am so excited for your upcoming year as Co-Presidents! I know you will be amazing leaders and do so well! :)


I, Samuel Schodron, will Nolan Fehrman my superior programming skills. Do what I couldn't do pal.


I Aaron Simays will Brady Krueger my varsity spot. Keep running over the summer. Beat my times. Run fast.


I Eddie Inchaurregui  will Adella Knight my courage. In receiving this, you will have the courage to proceed through high school halls with enough confidence to continue forward in any form, whether that's making or completing a decision, keeping your head up high, or sharing a smile with a passerby in the hallway. How you use it is your choice. Actions speak louder than words. Have courage and faith to do your very best.


I, Michaela Carey, will Taylor Loomans my heart. It’s all yours, love ya girly.


I, Kortni Elliot, will Lexi Kossow Girls Golf Leadership/Captain to carry on the tradition of Slinger's Girls Golf Team and lead the team with honor. I remember meeting you your freshman year when you joined the girls golf team. Immediately the coaches and everyone else knew you were going to dominate the course, being the only freshman to play up on varsity. It's been an honor to play with you for my last two years of high school AND a great honor to call you my friend, all because of golf. So that being said, I am passing down the leadership position of Slinger's Girls Golf Team knowing that you'll lead and carry on the team that I was able to start. I know you are going to do amazing things with the team and I can't wait to come back to watch you and the team all play. Good luck!


I, Chloe Schmidt, will Lukas Schmidt the position as favorite child- oh wait, you already have that.


I Sophie Haugen will, Jonie Jagelski the French Horn Section. The power of the twisty trumpet will now in his hands. The whole section will rest on his capable shoulders. Jonie, you are a magnificent man that will lead the future french horns to victory. You’re my idol, and the only person that’s capable of leading the French horns. I love you.


I Alexis Warshall will Julian Johanson a creepy drawing of some ice cream. Add this to the gofundme.


I, Ethan Szamocki, will Bradley Brewer the King Owl passed on from last year. Have fun with the nickname.


I, Megan Michaelchuck, will Maddy Erdmann chamber pearls, a necklace known to be worn by choir students by Chamber Singers. Maddy Erdmann, last year I received Chamber Pearls from Katie Jaques who received them from Megan Cichon, and now I continue the tradition with you. Thank you for being such a wonderful light in my life, and inspiring me to try new things and be a better person. You are strong and beautiful. I hope you enjoy your senior year in choir! Until We Meet Again, Megan Michaelchuck.


I, Paige Fassbender, will Hannah Kurth pre-race prayers before each cross country race you run with the team. I've seen the incredible leadership you've developed on the girls team these past few years. I know you have the determination and character to bring this incoming team to great places! Love you, man!


We, Taylor Hopkins, Kate Hill, and Megan Horinek will Olivia Clark the Science Olympiad Presidency. This means you now reign over the science nerds. This includes the late night stress, early morning donuts, Marquette High School boys, the Twitter page, Gundrum's shenanigans, and a great thing to brag about on your college applications. Use it wisely, like we (sometimes) did.


I, Sabrina Rick, will Ezra Carlson Alliance, the social club promoting equality. I am sending this will to you (and to the rest of the members) in order to grant you all best wishes on your future journeys!


I Sabrina Rick, will Anthony George Anime Club.  A social club that bonds over our interest in Anime and other related topics. This goes to not just Anthony, but to every other member of our club. I hope you guys manage to be more active than Natalie and I ended up being. We wish you luck in finding a new teacher to host, and in making new bonds with future members!


I, Alyssa Koepke, will Katy Anderson SkillsUSA. I leave you SkillsUSA, the best club in Slinger High School. Take care of her and lead with pride. I've trained you well, now make me proud.


I, Rebekah Ash, will Rory Macha to be Mr. Graziano's Favorite Student. Being Mr. Graziano's favorite student, or his biggest annoyance.


I, Damek Whitewolf, will Tobias Hill Hernandez the title of leading tenor. The highest rank I can give... also the only rank I can give.


I, Carlene Konrath will Halle Wagner and Paige Pfeifer Bokath's disappointment. I leave you to Saturday morning practices scraping snow off the track, shin splints, Bokath’s never-ending remarks to run on your toes, and practices of doing absolutely nothing. You two will be great leaders to all incoming hurdlers. Make the best of your last years, run fast and break records.


I Allison Cleary will Jenna Fredericks the stage managing headset used for the musical. I will my stage manager headset to the amazing Jenna, I can’t wait to see all you talent for next years show, Mary Poppins, and how you run everything behind the scenes. I’m so proud of you already, you’re going to do amazing things lovely!!!


I Alexis Warshal will Adella Knight my will to live. A shred of my will to exist. Please take care of it, its a lil broken but still

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