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Police cars could be seen outside a window in the high school during a

“Stay in Place” Drill Catches Students and Staff Off-Guard

Astrid Braun and Zachary Nosanchuk
April 11, 2018
Students enrolled in BYU’s online jogging course are required to log their daily 
activity, but BYU does not ensure that students actually complete the activity.

Freeing Up Your Schedule Isn’t Free

Mae Nagusky, Campus and City Editor
January 15, 2018
Be Safe, Be Respectful and Sweep Problems Under The Rug

Be Safe, Be Respectful and Sweep Problems Under The Rug

Madi Hart, Guest 'Rite
January 9, 2018
After 5 Years at Shaker, Hutchings to Return to Virginia

After 5 Years at Shaker, Hutchings to Return to Virginia

Grace Lougheed, Editor in Chief
December 14, 2017
As threats of violence made by an anonymous Instagram user circulated among students, Interim Principal James Reed III made a P.A. announcement at 8:47 a.m. instructing staff to check email. The email message stated that the threat was being investigated but did not instruct teachers whether or how to communicate with students.

More than 600 students left the building in the next few hours. The student who allegedly made the threats was later arrested and at 9:45 p.m., 

Superintendent Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. posted news of the arrest to shaker.org.

Communication Gaps Revealed in Light of Violent Threats

Grace Lougheed and Yasmine Kayali
November 12, 2015
Superintendent Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. convened a PTO forum May 21 at the high school to address teachers', students' and community members' concerns about various administrative moves and teacher morale.

High School’s Future in Flux as Teacher Morale Drops

Ose Arheghan, Investigations Editor
June 6, 2015
Superintendent Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. presents his PowerPoint to the audience during the annual State of the Schools speech Feb. 10.

State of the Schools Addresses Community Concerns

Ose Arheghan, Staff Reporter
February 12, 2015
Superintendent Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. gives his State of the Schools presentation.

Reporter’s Notebook: State of the Schools 2015 Edition

Emily Boardman, Elena Weingart, and Natalia Perkins
February 12, 2015
Superintendent Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. gives his second State of the Schools speech Feb. 10, 2015.

Community Members Express Opinions About The State of The Schools

Natalia Perkins, Alexa Jankowsky, and Zachary Nosanchuk
February 12, 2015
Middle School Principal David Glasner speaks to parents in the middle school library after he was hired last spring. One of Glasner's first initiatives as principal has been instituting a new, standardized grading policy.

Didn’t Do It? Don’t Worry, You Have Another Chance … and Another

Marcia Brown, Editor in Chief
January 10, 2015
The Sept. 30 Family Engagement Series expanded communication between the administration and the community, one of the Strategic Plan's goals. The presentation included an open question and answer sesion and presentations about new testing requirements and the core curriculum.

Strategic Plan Lays a 5-Year Roadmap

Sara Mesiano, Campus and City Editor
November 12, 2014

Changing Requirements, Tight Schedules Challenge Shaker’s Elective Enrollment

Sara Mesiano, Campus and City Editor
June 10, 2014
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