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Friday slushie vibes

Friday slushie vibes

Drew Snow, Reporter

February 21, 2018


Filed under News, Teen Culture

There is a new machine in Meridian's lunchroom. Since the return from Christmas break, students have had the luxury of getting a slushie on Friday's menu in the spot of a fruit or vegetable. The planning to actually get the slushie maker started around the first of December, with a goal to have...

Kick it: Taylor to play soccer, Montana

Kick it: Taylor to play soccer, Montana

Connor Hurelbrink, Executive Producer

February 10, 2018


Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, News, Sports

Senior Gabe Taylor signed his letter of intent to play soccer at Rocky Mountain College on February 9, 2018. Taylor recently made the final decision as to which college he wanted to attend next fall. He started this year with absolutely no college in mind, then decided to attend Hawaii Pacific University....

Sadie “Hawk”ins set up for the Hawks

Sadie “Hawk”ins set up for the Hawks

Emily Peterson, Reporter

February 9, 2018


Filed under News

There is talk of a Sadie Hawkins? Yes! February 17, Meridian is hosting its first Sadie Hawkins. The Sadie Hawkins dance is a semi-formal dance that takes place in February, usually after Valentine's day. Thanks to student council members and Mr. Stielow, Meridian will host a Sadie Hawkins. The dance...

Cakes for the Cure

Cakes for the Cure

Drew Snow, Reporter

February 6, 2018


Filed under News

On February 6, the Meridian Hawks hosted an event in their gymnasium, in conjunction with Central A&M. Cakes for the Cure, is an opportunity for our community to raise money for local cancer research. The total for the evening rang in at $6,515. The event took place during a Meridian boys basketball...

“Due” for change

“Due” for change

Dylan Reed, Reporter

February 2, 2018


Filed under News

Now that it's 2018, Mr. Stielow decided it was time for a huge change. In the past, he would allow for assignments to be turned in anytime during a quarter, allowing students the ability to blow off assignments until the end. Now, with the start of the second semester, he decided to set due dates before...

Students have ball, bowling

Students have ball, bowling

Nathaniel Durbin, Reporter

February 2, 2018


Filed under News

On January 15, the regular P.E. classes at Meridian High School began their bowling unit which will last approximately four weeks. The regular P.E. classes take a bus to Crawford's in Moweaqua during their hour and get to bowl for one dollar a day for a period of four weeks. In this unit, they will...

Mink dissection

Mink dissection

Emily Peterson, Reporter

February 1, 2018


Filed under News

In Mr. Cloe's anatomy class, they are taking on mink dissections to learn about the different muscles and the ways they work. Meridian High School's anatomy class takes on the challenge of dissecting a different animal every year. The point of the dissections is for students to learn about different...

Hawks Hot Spot

Hawks Hot Spot

Emma Jackson, Reporter

February 1, 2018


Filed under News, Teen Culture

Do you miss out on the Hawks Hot Spot because it's only open two days a week? Well, the popular after-school shop, known for their milkshakes, iced coffee, and baked goods, is now opening for a third day of the week! Mrs. Warnick's Foods 3/4 class has been running the Hawks Hot Spot for three and...

Big moment for Meridian Moments

Big moment for Meridian Moments

Alexis Rosenberger, Reporter

January 30, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

On Monday, January 29, Inter-state studio presented a second place national award to Meridian Moments' 2016-2017 Press Pause yearbook. "I am so happy that Press Pause is receiving so much recognition, and I’m super proud of the 2016-2017 staff for putting in so much hard work and creating an awe...

Coming together to Pack the Place.

Coming together to Pack the Place.

Austin Mendenhall, Reporter

January 22, 2018


Filed under News, Uncategorized

On January 19, Meridian will host the Shelbyville Rams in its annual Pack the Place. Pack the Place is one of the biggest games of the year for boys basketball. Students from the primary, middle, and high schools are all invited to come together. It's not just students who participate, but community...

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