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Homecoming 2019: Are You Ready?

Makenna Buckskin, Social Media Director

October 10, 2019

With homecoming on the horizon, student government has organized a crazy week of activities and excitement, all to prepare for the dance on Saturday. Each year, student government creates, plans, organizes, and sets up all the ...

A New Look at Advisory

Vivian Berens, Staff Writer

October 3, 2019

The students of Erie High School have been buzzing recently following the administration’s implementation of Advisory and Tiger Time after exchanging them for SSR.  The conversation began two years ago when the school was using t...

A New Schedule for a New Year, Part 2

Grayson Blalock, Editor-in-Chief

October 1, 2019

Erie High School’s bell schedule has changed once again. This time, it has been revamped more than before. School starts 15 minutes later this year than it did last year (from 7:30 to 7:45). The St. Vrain Valley School Dist...

Erie’s Drama Department Stuns Audiences with their Storytelling

Nevaeh Stanesa, Copy Editor/ Senior Staff Writer

September 29, 2019

Erie High School’s theater department opened their first production this year with four sold out shows for the Miracle Worker! With 50 students involved in the cast, tech, and pit, the theatre department had its hands full. Especial...

Mr. McCracken Returns to Colorado

Evan Welch, Senior Staff Writer

September 25, 2019

After 15 years of teaching in North Carolina Matt McCracken traveled 1,700 miles to teach at a new school in the state he was born, Colorado.  As Erie continues to grow, the Erie High School student population increases. ...

What in the World are the SAT and ACT Tests?

Jozlyn Jorgenson, Staff Writer

September 19, 2019

Given yearly to juniors, and a cause of stress within schools, the SAT and ACT tests mean a lot. When applying to colleges your scores on these tests greatly influence whether or not you will be admitted. What are they, and...

What is NHS at Erie High School?

Madison Hays, Copy Editor/Staff Writer

September 17, 2019

Erie’s National Honor Society (NHS) has big plans for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year. These students not only work hard for their education, but also plan and volunteer at different events throughout the year to help the...

Mr. May: The Man Who Missed Calculus

Nevaeh Stanesa, Senior Staff Writer/ Copy Editor

September 11, 2019

Erie High School is excited to take on many new teachers this year; Dillon May is one of our newest teachers that has jumped into the deep end feet first.  Growing up in Washington, May experienced the outdoors and life on the coast. ...

Quentin Hartel and his Path to Greatness

Blake Donaldson, Staff Writer

May 23, 2019

Growing up in Erie, Quentin Hartel was always surrounded around sports. Throughout Hartel’s young life he played football and basketball. He was always known for how fast he was and how he could outrun anybody at any given mom...

What to do over summer break

Dillon Huselton, Staff Writer

May 23, 2019

Summer is upon us and that means for many of us we will have a lot more free time on our hands and need some ideas of how to fill that time. Here are some ideas of how to fill some of the empty time on your hands. Take up a ...

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