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Loud fire alarms leave staff and students screaming even louder

Ethan Andres, Editor

November 11, 2019

In the past few weeks, the fire alarms at Belvidere High School have been going off at unusually high rates. Not one of these times has the cause been a legitimate fire that warrants an evacuation. Because of this, BHS has...

Students take online survey

Aurora Rodriguez, Staff Writer

October 4, 2019

Senior Gavin Rhoads: "I like the survey to be honest. It gives me something to do for an hour. It's something interesting for the week and it gets me out of class. Go Bucs."         Sophomore J...

Why are we paying for parking passes?

Ethan Andres, Editor

September 23, 2019

Belvidere High School is charging $50 for student parking passes once again for the 2019-2020 school year. The parking passes allow BHS students who have their driver's license to be able to park in the student parking lot...

Class schedule switch up

Class schedule switch up

September 13, 2019

BHS make up days cause problems

Dylan Schohn, Co-Editor

March 1, 2019

With the weather we have had this year, it is no surprise that we missed a couple of days of school. With the temperature dropping far below zero and the snow piling up over night and even black ice showing up on the roads, it's...

Aren’t they gonna find out anyways?

December 14, 2018

Parents need to tell their kids Santa isn’t real sooner. The kids need to grow up faster in this world of technology. Most of the kids find out by themselves. The kids just get sad in public and it ruins their Christmas. They...

Keep the spirit of Santa alive

December 14, 2018

There is a lot of disagreement on when the best time for children to find out the sad truth about Santa. Many children find out before they even enter middle school, but I personally think that they should get to live through...

BHS honors veterans

BHS honors veterans

November 16, 2018

Adapt teaching to new generation

Jacob Fitch, Staff Intern

May 3, 2018

Next year, there will be no students who are born in the 90’s. The issue with that is we are still teaching the same. How can we still teach this generation like we’re in the 50’s even though we have all this technology to ...

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