Digital Media Production Class

December 13, 2019

By Ashleigh Guzman Staff Reporter     Have you ever wondered about digital media? It’s an elective in the school and it’s quite popular and fun. And, the students that leave the class usually have an A or B...

Back from Winter Break

Evelyn Ortega, Staff Reporter

December 13, 2019

Back From Winter Break      It’s the end of the semester which means it’s busy with last minute CUA's, test, and last but not least finals.       Seniors have a heavy schedule and a lot to look forward to coming back fr...

Maleficent Movie Review

December 9, 2019

By Ally Mikos Staff Reporter Maleficent has flown back into theaters in a captivating yet only mediocre movie. It had its moments, but some things fell short of excellence. The good: The acting in this movie is enchanting and shows character d...

Shepard Students Change the World

Saja Hatu, Staff Reporter

December 5, 2019

       Many of us have experienced or may know someone who is or has been a victim of bullying. Nearly anyone can be the victim of it can happen to anyone, and anywhere.          There are a lot of organizations ...

10 Studying Tips To Help With Finals

December 4, 2019

Actually do your study guides It sounds like a given but most people don’t do them or just look for the answers without retaining any of the information. A lot of teachers also collect them for points so taking a p...

Thanksgiving Snacks

November 27, 2019

By Chrishna Sneed Staff Reporter From doing surveys around the school I gathered the top six Thanksgiving snacks that people enjoy over the holiday. The list included toasted pecans, party meatballs, snickerdoodle cookies, ch...

Shepard Continues Lemon Tradition

Emily Durleta, Staff Reporter

November 26, 2019

The Lemon Food Drive started around the same time the school opened. It was named after Jerry Lemon, a health teacher at Shepard. Lemon was doing a unit on nutrition and asked students to bring in the label from canned foods. To...

Shepard Advisory Gets A New Look

November 13, 2019

 By Jailyn Lewis Staff reporter  Advisory is defined as having or consisting in the power to make recommendations but not to take action enforcing them. In Alan B Shepard high school we have three types of advisory class...

Shepard is off to See the Wizard

November 7, 2019

 Every year at Shepard, two theater performances are presented.  The first is the fall musical and the second is the spring play.  While the spring play doesn’t come until the second semester, the fall musical opens toda...

Band Continues Rich Tradition

November 7, 2019

 Shepard’s band placed third in Class 2A at Benedictine University hosted by Naperville Central High School. The band has been putting in consistent work this season in all their competitions. Band members, Matt Rivera a...

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