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Haslett prepares for college tests

Story: Kyle Looney, Staff Writer

May 6, 2016

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Students in late April prepare for the required Advanced Placement tests that they have been learning and studying for throughout the year. AP Statistics teacher Kasey Sauder has had a chance to experience the planning and tea...

Haslett drumline marches in cerebral palsy parade

Story: Kenzie Adler, Staff Writer

May 5, 2016

Filed under Features, News

It was a mild spring day on April 26. I was sitting with my Haslett Drumline buddies on the lawn out front the Cooley Law School Stadium, home to the Lansing Lugnuts in the capitol city of Lansing, Michigan. We were waiting for ...

Baccalaureate ceremony date is set

Story: Khonnor Longendyke, Staff Writer

May 5, 2016

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The end is near for Haslett High School seniors who are finishing their last few weeks of school. To celebrate their graduation, New Hope Church is holding a baccalaureate ceremony where the pastor will mention seniors and give t...

Haslett yearbook still available

Story: Cody Thelen, Staff Writer

May 5, 2016

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As the number of school days left climb closer and closer to zero, the much anticipated yearbooks will soon be making their way to students hands. Distribution of books will begin for seniors right after Senior Recognition...

Haslett public schools start before labor day

Story: Hunter Dawson, Staff Writer

May 2, 2016

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Haslett Public Schools officials sent out an email to staff and parents on April 4, giving an overview of the schedule for school next year. The biggest change is that school will start Aug. 29, before Labor Day. The board had...

Many college options available for applying students

Story: Kenzie Adler, Staff Writer

March 30, 2016

Filed under Features, News

Personally, I always thought it was just fun to refer to May 1 as 'mayday'. Now I realize it really is a time to scream "mayday! mayday!" May 1 is the general deadline for seniors and students to decide on where they plan to...

Haslett teacher, Otlewski, helping students register to vote

Story: Conner Heinz, Staff Writer

March 10, 2016

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Only 58.5 percent of Americans aged 18-24 are registered to vote. That’s approximately 562,768 young adults in Michigan that aren’t coming out to vote each election. U.S. History and Global Issues teacher Charlie Otlewski...

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