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Meridian Students working on their WYSE tests with Mr. McCleary. The team had to compete virtually this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

WYSE State Competition

by Victoria Muller, Reporter
April 17, 2021
Be the Light is a campaign started to honor high-school athletes who will miss out on their season due to COVID-19. Meridian High School made the decision to participate on April 9. MHS principal, Eric Hurelbrink, was unsure how great the turnout would be. Either way, at 8:20 p.m. the lights will go on to pay tribute to those who are missing out, Hurelbrink said.

Lights for lost seasons

by Karrigan True, Photographer
April 9, 2020
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