Natalie Raabe - Managing Editor
At the beginning of second period on Sept. 22, the Student Council President, junior Kyra Pattison, announced the 2023-2024 Homecoming Court to the student body over the intercom. The nominees excitedly gathered in the main office to receive their sashes and take a picture together. The nominations for Homecoming King were seniors Mario Cielo-Salinas, Drake Dunnett, Aidan Poniatowski, Cole Sobotka, and Lemmarr Thomas.
For the month of September, the Oswego Public Library is encouraging people in the community to sign up for library cards to participate in the nationwide National Library Card Sign-Up Month celebration.
On Friday Aug. 18, spirited students and active members of the OH community came out to Ken Pickerill stadium to show off their Panther Pride. The crowds gathered to cheer at sporting events showcasing the OH fall athletes and to participate in activities at lively booths hosted by OH clubs, athletics, and other vendors. “It is a community event to...
Everyone loves classic rom-coms, especially those focused on high school romance. They give us the opportunity to picture ourselves in the shoes of the characters. Obviously, we aren't living in a movie, but there are certain things that can bring some of that show-stopping TV screen romance into our own lives.
With the school year coming to an end, the resident student teachers are leaving our high school community and returning back to their college lives. For many of them, that means college graduation and making steps toward their future careers. At OHS, there were nine student observation placements and seven student teacher placements during the 2022-23 school year. These college students have helped out in many of the departments of the school, including English, Social Studies, Science, Kinetic Wellness, Fine Arts-Band, and Special Education.