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  • Meridian High School ribbon cutting

    Meridian High School ribbon cutting

    Alexis Rosenberger, Reporter

    May 14, 2018

    On May 19 at 3pm Meridian High School's journalism class will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the high school. The event is an opportunity for the class to present their newest addition to the school, a Nanonation digital trophy case. The digital trophy case is a 55" touchscreen presented on top...

    Home of the Hawks! This artwork will serve as the central focal-point on the new wall. The wall artwork was designed by Herff Jones and will serve as a backdrop to the new trophy case. "This is a huge accomplishment by the students at Meridian and just shows that when teenagers work hard, they can accomplish big things," says journalism teacher, Sheila Moore.

    Herff Jones

  • Ideal Protein life with Sydney Moore

    Ideal Protein life with Sydney Moore

    Madison Kirkland, Reporter

    May 14, 2018

    Junior, Sydney Moore, decided to start Ideal Protein over other diets because her grandmother works at one of the centers that started it in the area, and she had done it as well as Moore's mother. Now Moore and her mother are doing it together. Moore was happy before she lost the weight, but now says,...

    Sydney Moore and her mom taking a selfie after losing 150+ pounds together.

    Sheila Moore

  • New faces

    New faces

    Connor Hurelbrink, Executive Producer

    May 14, 2018

    At the end of the school year, Meridian will say goodbye to some familiar faces. With some retiring and others leaving for other opportunities, MHS will see some new faces next year. Mrs. Horne, Mr. Markus, Coach Holly, and Coach Cloe will not be returning next year. Mrs. Horne has been at Macon High...

    Adios! Mrs. Horne is finishing her last year at Meridian High School. She has taught at Macon High School and Meridian High School for a combined 40 years.

    Sydney Moore

  • Seniors take their final bow

    Seniors take their final bow

    Sadie Scott, Editor-in-Chief

    May 8, 2018

    Every year, seniors graduate and must leave behind the activities they were once a part of. In drama, students must work together at rehearsals to ensure the show goes smoothly. You can create tight bonds this way. That's why this year's senior send-off, which is the largest it's ever been, is said to...

    One final curtain call. The seniors stand with their shadow boxes. The underclassmen worked all morning on these to prepare them for the senior sendoff. "We're really like a family, and I'm gonna miss that," says senior Jake Deetz.

    Bill Deetz

  • The spectacular Spectaculathon

    The spectacular Spectaculathon

    Corryn Brock, Reporter

    May 4, 2018

    What happens when the princesses stop being kind and start being real? The Brothers Grimm Spectactulathon narrators compile several of the well-known (and not so well-known) Brothers Grimm fairytales and tells them in a reverse sequence so it is a larger story connecting them all. After a dress ...

    Backstage pass. I sit on the side of the stage watching the show as it goes on and communicating back and forth with the light and sound booth. I can see the show from all angles and can make sure it all goes smoothly. Director Sheila Moore says, "it allows for the stage manager the opportunity to be back amidst the actors."

    Corryn Brock

Grimm Comic
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MHS earns Safe Sports School Award

MHS earns Safe Sports School Award

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Meridian Moments adds to the yearbook

Meridian Moments adds to the yearbook

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Another record in the books

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Hawks football makes uniform change

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Dog House

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America’s pastime

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Brackets busted

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Senioritis

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