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HAPPY FIRST DAY OF 2ND SEMESTER!!!
Freshman Letters to Santa
What I want for Christmas this year is some things for my pick up. I would like new headlights and tail lights for my truck. I would also like a ball bar and light bar for my truck too. I would also like to have a snowmobile too so I can go hunting with it. Logan Nelson
What I want for Christmas is a scope, a good one. Sloan McPherson
I want a lot of things for Christmas but I will only name the expensive things.
1. Hoverboard with Bluetooth
3. Barrel Saddle
4. Grey Uggs
5. Polaroid Camera
For Christmas I want lots of things. The first thing I want is a bike. Next I want a puppy that is blonde. I want a cellphone that is an apple product. I also want a gun. I want a TV and an xbox 1 with COD. I want a bow with some arrows. I want a new pickup truck. I want subs and a new stereo. I want a snowmobile and a big spotlight. I also want a long-range scope with truets. Gentry Conradsen
For Christmas I would like to have a new phone. I would also like to have a basketball hoop. Another thing that I could use is a couple of books like the Hunger Games series. I would also like to have an SD card for my camera so I can take more pictures. I would also like a pair of leggings with cute designs on them and maybe a shirt to go along with it. The last thing I would like is a Bluetooth speaker.
Sincerely, Alexia Papka
This year I would like a trampoline, a new phone, a new pair of headphones, lots of film for my camera, and a new pair of high heel boots. Also I would like a huge pack of colorful mechanical pencils for school. Another thing I would like is a huge stand up whiteboard with some markers to go with.
Sincerely, Shayanne Castro
What I want for Christmas is lots of clothes and shoes. Maybe some bath bombs too. I can’t really think of anything else right now.
Sincerely, Bethany Wells
National Honor Society welcomes new members
The Savage High School NHS adds seniors Brynn Salsbury and Tanner Lien and Sophomores Reghan Prevost, Gage Blosser, and Haylie Conradsen to their team. The Nation Honor Society has been a part of SHS’s extracurricular program for three years now. Mr. Hoffmann the adviser, has planned with the organization, to do butter braids in the spring, pop a shot at home games and at parent teacher conferences this spring there will be a feed. The money donated goes to a selected senior in the form of a scholarship to help them financially in furthering their education. To be a member of nation honor society you must acquire a 3.5 GPA. it is a way to recognize students who really do excel academically, it looks good on college apps and when applying for scholarships. It is really a way to give back to the community and surrounding areas. “This is going to be the year that we will have enough funds to offer a scholar ship, I’m also excited for the November ‘Can the Cats can the Griz food drive’.” The food drive will take place starting November 6 and finishing the 18th.
How was the first quarter of the 2017-18 school year
"It's going really well, better than ever before. I would like to express my happiness towards the new elective offered; advanced physical education. It is full of so many advanced games and work outs, I could barely even process it. I don't really know if half these kids could handle it cause I know barely can." Parker Tofte, Junior.
"It's GRRRRRRRRRRREAT!" Kiana Miller, Junior.
"I can't wait for this school year to be over, 211 days 22 hours and 4 minutes until I graduate. It's been a little smoother than normal though, you could say I just have a little senioritis." Jordan Romero, Senior.
"Fantastic, cause I mean why not. Art History is my favorite class, its just so interesting." Emily Braden, Sophomore.
"Wonderful, quite a big word for me to use, but it is way better then the past two years. I have more electives to chose from. I just really love Savage High and all that it has to offer." Sawyer Thiel, Junior.
"Almost out of the ball park. I'm flying, I'm on my way." Alex Couture, Senior
I am currently a Senior at Savage High School. I have been a student here all 12 years, so leaving will be hard. During my time here I found a love for English, whether it be writing, reading, or having life discussions with Mr. Hoffman. With this knowledge, I have decided to peruse a career in the English field after high school. My plans as of now are to go to the University of Montana and receive a major in Journalism with a minor in Creative Writing and English. I have been given the opportunity to write the school newsletter and a section of the school website throughout my senior year. I am looking forward to this year and what it has to offer for Savage High, stay tuned.
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Warrior Sports Weekly
Watch the Warrior's sports live via the Cube. Features most home games, will update if not going live.
LADY WARRIORS are undefeated so far this season with a 9-0 record.
WARRIORS are 5-4 and constantly putting up a tough fight.
The Warrior volleyball team ended as the District Champs
The Warrior football team finished with a 4-5 record
How has the first week of school been?
Mrs. Vicky Prevost, 1st Grade Teacher: "The first week has been fantastic, we are just having so much fun. They are amazing little people!
Brynn Salsbury, Senior: "Things are going just fabulous, man. I cannot wait to see where my senior year takes me."
Alex Couture, Senior: "I can see the light; the future."
Mrs. Jean Hagler, 6-12 Science: "This week has been a little chaotic, but we are getting back into the swing of things. I'm looking forward to a great year, with some new things happening in the science room."
Mrs. Missy Sharbono, Para: "Awesome, it's been three days how can it not be good. It has been fun to see all my students, my cute little ones, and all of my favorite seniors.
Tyler Lien, Junior: "My first week was just dandy. I am really looking forward to getting a head start on college, through Ms. Henwood's elective this year."
Reghan Prevost, Sophomore: "My first week was good, it was very relaxed. I am ready for basketball to start and see what our team this year accomplishes."
Sawyer Thiel, Junior: "This week was pretty good, I was able to see some happy faces. I am really excited to be spending a lot of time over in the shop with Mr. Hagler as his aid."
Digital Story Telling with Mr. Hoffmann
Everyone, Mr. Hoffmann is offering an elective 8th period. It will boost your story telling knowledge via podcast, video, photo essay, web content and much more. Please, take this option into consideration.