Mato applies naval skills to teaching

Keianah WeaklandOpinion Editor One aspect of the coronavirus pandemic that was new to most of us was a temporary shortage of toilet paper, as shoppers stocked up in preparation for the stay home order to come. For former Navy Commander, now business teacher, Nick Mato, this was nothing new. He had to deal with thisContinue reading “Mato applies naval skills to teaching”

Ginther finds at home at SHS

Noah PerryFeature Editor Sophomore Isaac Ginther moved from Clackamas the summer before his freshman year and came into Sandy not knowing very many people. But that did not stop him from making new friends and getting involved around the school. “At first I did not want to move because I had lived in Clackamas forContinue reading “Ginther finds at home at SHS”

Reneau’s bakes masterpieces

Ivy HartmanEditor-in-Chief When she is finally able to take a break from work, English teacher Kristyn Reneau decides whether to listen to a podcast or audiobook. After the choice is made, she collects her ingredients and begins the long journey of calculating the perfect recipe.  Reneau has been teaching at SHS for six years. SheContinue reading “Reneau’s bakes masterpieces”