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Emma Frisbie Goes to Nationals . . . this time for Poetry Out Loud

Emma Frisbie Goes to Nationals . . . this time for Poetry Out Loud

May 3, 2024

With already two state championships under her belt for public speaking, Emma Frisbie is no stranger to the spotlight. Frisbie started competing in public speaking at the young age of 6, helping her...

One of Harms’ client’s car in the middle of the outside cleaning process.

Side Hustle Turns To Full Business

February 22, 2024

Class of 2025 vice president Jonny Harms, owner of JH Detailing has been able to create a large clientele with his car detailing and lawn mowing business. Harms started his business the summer before sophomore...

Ms. Shyloski is psyched to have hooked a perfect position for herself at ELHS.

Give a Viking Welcome to New Psychologist Ms. Shyloski

February 5, 2024

With a strong passion for helping people, Sheryl Shyloski has found the perfect job for herself as ELHS’s new psychologist. “My understanding is they are looking to increase mental health support...For...

New History Department Member

New History Department Member

February 1, 2024

“A google form will go out and students will be able vote because we believe as a department that democracy is worth maintaining and preserving,” history teacher Sara Griffith said. With a push from...

Less than ideal conditions at the last assembly prompted discussion on future presentations.

Assembly Concerns by Students Opens Discussion from Admin

October 4, 2023

“If we can get a good message out to everybody that’s great, but even if some students take away a positive message and learn something from it, we have done our job and it’s worth every penny. You...

Maya Kenyon wears a Shein dress for the first time before it ripped later that night due to poor quality.

Shein Shows Its True Colors

October 4, 2023

Shein skyrocketed to fame since its opening in 2008. Influencers everywhere give the brand a fair amount of attention through spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on clothes and then posting hauls...

Ms. Swan and Ms. Raff sat ready to greet the guests coming to the summer shows with a table of astronomy themed treats.

Planetarium Finally Reopens Years After Going Dark

September 13, 2023

Diane Swan, president of STARS to STEM Incorporated, has been working tirelessly for six years to reopen the planetarium after its closing in 2014. The short solar system-themed hallway no one walks down...

Battle of the Breakfast Spots

Battle of the Breakfast Spots

August 27, 2023

Deke’s: If you’re looking for the best bagel in southeastern Connecticut, this is the place for you. In the Saga team, we believe that the bagel is an integral piece of the breakfast sandwich. Moreover,...

Students fill the commons during one of two lunch waves last school year without COVID restrictions.

Has COVID Killed School Spirit?

August 25, 2023

The CDC declared the end of the public health emergency May 11, but that doesn’t mean that students are flipping that switch to pre-COVID learning on. People were forced into their homes and isolated...

Students Sophia VanDerMaelen (left)
and Delaney Donovan (right) send Ms. Sojkowski their support.

ELHS Rallies Behind Ms. Sojkowski

ELHS math teacher of 15 years Stephanie Sojkowski and her family will not be returning to normalcy anytime soon after their vehicle was hit by Vermont resident Javery Hattat, who was driving under the...

Academic Pressure Contributes to Plagiarism

February 4, 2023

“This is a highly competitive environment. Everyone is GPA-oriented and grade-oriented. The fear of failure is so entrenched that it permeates a lot of what students do,” English teacher Kimberly Buckley...

Levesque pitching in game at UConn on on March 27, 2022.

Exploring Athletics at a College Level

February 4, 2023

Trystan Levesque Levesque is a first year student at the University of Rhode Island. He is majoring in health studies and is a left handed pitcher/utility at the Division I level for the URI baseball...

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