Thursday, February 9, 2023
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Lani Breedlove is a name that no one at Oswego High School should be a stranger to today. Frequently making Athlete of the Week titles and her name presented on the school sign outside the main entrance, this senior has impacted the bowling community at OHS like no other.
T.A.L.K. is one of the biggest events hosted by B.I.O.N.I.C, and while students can only attend once, joining the club allows them to become fully trained student leaders and run the event which further inspires students to join the cause. Students involved in B.I.O.N.I.C- standing for “Believe It Or, Not I Care”- have the chance to give back to their community while also gaining experience for themselves. The program focuses on connecting each other to form a community and develop a safe environment for students to navigate high school.
If you haven’t been greeted by her in the OHS library yet, meet Nellie Mundsigner, a yellow lab and therapy dog who is 2 1/2 years old.
For Oswego High School senior Audra Soderlind, cross country and track is not just about running, but about the positive team atmosphere as well as the individual control that comes with it. Soderlind has accomplished so much during her four years at OHS, making her one of the school's most accomplished athletes in school history.
As Oswego High School’s band and choir students prepare for their annual Crystals concert, Kevin Schoenbach, one of the band’s co-directors, is working hard to prepare the bands for their upcoming projects. Mr. Schoenbach has been a band teacher at OHS for 21 years and began his teaching career at Northern Illinois University as a performative music major.