Activities Impact Students on Many Levels

Nadia Amoah, Staff reporter

February 8, 2019

Filed under Editorial, Feature

Some students worry that participating in extra curricular activities will take away too much time from their schoolwork, which can hurt their grades. However, research shows that extracurricular activities can actually improve...

The Not so Scary SAT

Alexis Delos Santos, Staff Reporter

February 7, 2019

Filed under Editorial, Feature

From meeting new people to joining different sports and clubs, high school affects each and every one of us in numerous ways. Though no matter what path we take in our high school lives we all must face one obstacle: the SAT. ...

Winterfest Vs. Turnabout

Adam Safi

February 7, 2019

Filed under Editorial

As the close of winter is upon us here at Alan B. Shepard, students start to turn their attentions to Winterfest. Winterfest is a dance hosted by Shepard for students so they can enjoy a fun night like homecoming but in a mo...

Freshman P.E. Changes

Jourdan Jackson and Brendan Zaker

October 1, 2018

Filed under Editorial

This year the freshman at Shepard High have a different setup for their physical education classes. Instead of having one semester dedicated to health, and one for their regular P.E class, they now have combined these both...

Fake News and the Free Press

Fake News and the Free Press

September 28, 2018

New Parking Plan

Adam Safi, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2018

Filed under Editorial, News, Showcase

       Does the idea of teachers taking over student parking spots seem fair? With a new school year, brings a new parking plan. This year in the parking lot behind the school, teachers will be the only people allowed to park in...

Junior Workroom

Hannah Zaczyk and Alexis Delos Santos

September 24, 2018

Filed under Editorial, News, Showcase

If you you are a junior you may have noticed an added class to your schedule. Are you curious as to why it's there? So were we.  So we decided t0 do a little investigation. Associate Principal Jen Pollack offered a sound reason for the c...


Morgan Miller, Feature Editor

May 7, 2018

Filed under Editorial

Imagine your youngest child comes home with math homework and needs help, but you can’t help them because they are doing long division an entirely different way than you learned it. Well, that’s what today is coming to. Younger...

New Changes for Shepard High

Trevor Lorek, Staff Reporter

April 24, 2018

Filed under Editorial

I am a senior at Shepard High School, and a lot has changed since my freshman year. Some things that were changed, didn’t work out as planned, while some did. Many things have changed during my time here. The most notable was...