Author: Jennifer Swander

Jessi Hood: Book Blogger

Jessi Hood: Book Blogger

The following article was written by Seward High School freshman Anevay Ambrosiani.  For more high school news, please visit our site at https://shstoday.org/ How well do you know Jessi Hood? Is she someone whom you see in the hallway but don’t make eye contact? Or is she a close classmate whom you […]

Lindquist Signs with Black Hills State

Lindquist Signs with Black Hills State

The following article was written by Seward High School foreign exchange student Dania Schulze.  For more student articles and high school news, please visit our site at https://shstoday.org/ On November 13th, Ruby Lindquist, whose passion is to run, signed a letter of intent for Black Hills State University. Fifteen colleges from […]

Well-Deserved Retirement for Penny Duncan

Well-Deserved Retirement for Penny Duncan

The following article was written by Seward High School junior Elena Hamner.  To view more school news, please visit http://shstoday.org/ Penny Duncan has held the position as head custodian at Seward High School for a little over 20 years. Day in and day out, she has patrolled the halls keeping our […]

Petrosius Breaks SHS High Jump Record

Petrosius Breaks SHS High Jump Record

The following article was written by Seward High School students Tanis Lorring and Megan Koster.  To see a video clip of the high jump and read more student news, please visit http://shstoday.org/ At the SHS home track meet on April 25, sophomore Coral Petrosius broke a thirty-year school record for the […]

Guernsey Reflects on Senate Page Program

Guernsey Reflects on Senate Page Program

The following article was written by Seward High School freshman Lindy Guernsey.  For more high school news, please visit our site http://shstoday.org/ In the summer of 2016, Ashley Guernsey applied to be a senate page for the fall-winter session, and she was selected by Lisa Murkowski to attend the Senate Page […]

SHS Drama: A Blast From the Past

SHS Drama: A Blast From the Past

The following article was written by Seward High School junior Creeanna Whitcome for her column “Blast from the Past” where she peruses school newspapers from decades past and connects topics with present events.  For more student news, please visit our site:  http://shstoday.org/ Since 1940, the drama program at Seward High […]

When Science Gets Exciting

When Science Gets Exciting

The following article was written by Seward High School sophomore Tanis Lorring.  For more high school news, please visit our site: http://shstoday.org/ On Wednesday, March 22, Mrs. Brasher’s anatomy class took a field trip to Anchorage. They visited the UAA Health & Sciences building, speaking with various nurses and physicians, and […]

Go, Fight, and Win at State

Go, Fight, and Win at State

The following article was written by Seward High School junior Kendyl Morris.  For more Seahawk news, visit our site: http://shstoday.org/ Regions called an end to the Seahawk basketball season, but the cheerleaders weren’t done yet. Their coach Haley Hatch held three hours practices all spring break, including a non-mandatory two hour […]

Sully and Kinze Hauze with their proud parents during senior night at the last home basketball game.

SHS Basketball Season Final Report

The following article was written by Seward high School junior Kendyl Morris. To view a video interview with senior Sully Hauze and a slideshow of pictures from basketball season, please visit the school news site: http://shstoday.org/ All good things must come to an end, including our exciting basketball season. On March […]

Photographer: Noah Robertson

UMM Gets Commitment from Pahno

The following article was written by Seward High School sophomore Tanis Lorring.  For more student news and activities, visit http://shstoday.org/ During a signing ceremony at Seward High School on Wednesday, March 8, Nik Pahno gave his consent to play football for the University of Minnesota, Morris. From a young age, Pahno […]

Building His Way to Engineering

Building His Way to Engineering

The following article was written by Seward High School junior Kendyl Morris.  For more student news, please visit http://shstoday.org/ From making a simple machine to creating the newest iPhone, engineering is around us everywhere. As stated by senior Logan Smith, “engineering is a lot of learning equations and simple machines, and […]

Sieverts Signs With Valley City State

Sieverts Signs With Valley City State

The following article was written by Seward High School sophomore Tanis Lorring.  For more high school news, please visit SHS Today.  http://shstoday.org/ On Wednesday, March 1, our very own Rhett Sieverts signed a letter of intent to play football for Valley City State University in North Dakota. Sieverts joins Seward […]

Going Big – Green and Gold Style

Going Big – Green and Gold Style

The following article was written by Seward High School junior Kendyl Morris.  For more cheerleading pictures, as well as other articles, visit the student news source.  http://shstoday.org/ With all the intense basketball games to come, our Seward High cheerleaders have been preparing to excite the crowd. Currently the team holds […]

Passionate about Performance Poetry

Passionate about Performance Poetry

The following article was written by Seward High School junior Elena Hamner.  For more pictures and a video from poetry week, as well as other articles, please visit the student news source. http://shstoday.org/ Kima Hamilton and Dasha Kelly Hamilton travel the country and teach workshops on the art of writing and […]

“V” is for Volleyball & Victory

“V” is for Volleyball & Victory

The following article was written by Seward High School student Kendyl Morris.  Kendyl is a staff writer for the online news source SHS Today. Please check out the site to view additional volleyball pictures and a video interview with four-year varsity player Tia Miranda. http://shstoday.org/ Throughout the 2016 season, the […]

2nd Annual Poetry Slam May 5

Everyone is invited to attend the Poetry Slam at Resurrection Art coffeehouse at 6pm on Thursday, May 5.  Students ages 13-19 will be competing for a slot on the Alaskan team which will represent the state at Brave New Voices in Washington, DC this summer.  Elena Hamner won last year […]