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Based on data from Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI), there is a significant decrease in student count over the past 10 years. From 2018-19 to 2023-24, most of the impact occurred and is predicted to continue, according to CEPI.

Numbers decline

Nikolina Dimikj, Staff Writer
June 4, 2024
Every second counts. Chess members compete against each other in a series of games. At the end of the tournament three members came out on top.


Mia Wrobel, Staff Writer
May 1, 2024
Career lingo. Talking to a Shelby Fire Department firefighter, senior Brody Shemanski attends the first school to work fair. Preparation began back in Nov, 2023. “I feel honored (to attend the fair),” Shemanski said. “There’s a lot of nice people here to talk to us.”

Bridge to careers

Daniel Momirovski, Editor
April 29, 2024
Donate for life. Offering students an opportunity to donate during school, the spring blood drive, on April 22, is from 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center lobby.  Due to most students being deferred, Key Club needs about 60 people to sign up to meet the goal of 33 units.

Need for blood

Nikolina Dimikj, Staff Writer
April 19, 2024
The Kiwanis board meets in participation for the pitch competition. “What prompted me to join Utica Shelby Kiwanis Club was the members geniune passion for helping others’’ event coordinator Mark Alexander said.

Passionate pitches

Noor Almohammadi, Staff writer
March 21, 2024
Taken after the HOSA regionals, the Medical Innovation group celebrates their 2nd place. The group is now preparing for the state conference coming up in April.

Here we come states

Nikolina Dimikj, Staff Writer
March 4, 2024
Singing their hearts out. Choir is preparing for the annual Vocal Pops Concert happening on Jan. 30. Students bring their creative ideas to make this show happen.

Pop those tunes

Hali Ponce, Staff Writer
January 24, 2024
Sewing is caring. Junior Shelby Mcneil and senior Abby Nezich use the sewing machines to make pillowcases. Members picked out fabrics of their choice and donated the pillowcases towards Children’s Hospitals. It was really rewarding donating to the children; it made me feel good,” Mcneil said.

One pillowcase at a time

Gabrielle Coffee, Staff Writer
January 18, 2024
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