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...

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 ...

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 Teacher Wins Teacher of the Year in Illinois

November 25, 2019

By Jagoda Bartula Entertainment Editor Shepard High School is thrilled to announce that our very own Foreign Language teacher, Kelly Karstrand has received the title of French Teacher of the Year in the state of Illinois....

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...

Mathletes Look To Repeat Conference Champs

November 4, 2019

By Madelyn Valencia & Saja Hatu Staff reporters The Shepard Mathletes team looks to repeat as South Suburban Conference Red Division champs. The have already won some  competitions so far and are currently ranked...

Yearbook Moves from Class to Club

Heredia, Rini

October 3, 2019

If you wanted to be apart of yearbook but had no room in your schedule then you’re in luck! Yearbook is now being offered as a club instead of a class throughout District 218. Yearbook was switched to a club in 218 because the ...

Spellman Establishes Shepard Business Professionals of America Club

Aniyah Clemons

September 27, 2019

Alan B. Shepard Highschool introduces the Business Professionals of America club. Adviser and founder of the club is business teacher Jennifer Spellman. The club has been recognized nationally since 1966, however Spellman h...

Hard Work Pays Off for Kopec

Alexis Delos Santos, Staff Reporter

May 22, 2019

For many of us, high school can become a bridge to a higher education that opens up a wide range of opportunities in different careers. With hard work, motivation and dedication one can achieve their goals no matter how diffi...