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South Pacific surprises with in-depth story

After controversial performances, drama opts for family classic BY SHIMANA BOSE — Shorewood Drama presented the WWII musical, South Pacific, on May 19,…

Puzzle section

Puzzle section

BY SHIMANA BOSE — ACROSS 1. Disrespect 5. Dove sounds 9. Enemy 12. Inactive 13. Leave out 14. Past participle of light 15.…

Sports View all

BY MAEVE MCKAIG — The state track and field meet is quickly approaching, athletes beginning their preparations for the trip to La Crosse on June 3 and 4.…

BY MADELINE WILSON — The mountain bike team hopes to kick off their season on July 2 with more female athletes.“One of the struggles the team has is…

BY CLAYTON HOLBROOK — The golf team has some new faces and a new attitude, with the start of the spring sports season. Patrick Sullivan, social studies teacher,…

BY MAYA SCHNEIDER — As the year draws to an end and the seniors finalize their college decisions, a small portion of them are considering taking their athletic…

Opinion/Editorial View all

Reduce, reuse, recycle, SHS

BY RIPPLES — As a planet, we are currently suffering from many environmental crises, which are almost entirely byproducts of human emissions. Issues like global…

School Spirit View all

Meet next year’s StuCo excecutive board

BY MAYA SCHNEIDER — Izzie Tasse, President Izzie Tasse, junior, ran unopposed and was elected as president of Student Council Executive Board. Tasse served as vice president this year…

Black History Month exposes inequality

BY RIPPLES — Since February has been proclaimed Black History Month, the editors of Ripples believe it is a public institution’s job to properly educate its students on…

Issue 7 preview: Black History Month editorial teaser

BY RIPPLES — Issue 7 of Ripples comes out on Wednesday next week! Read a teaser of our editorial about Black History Month and diversity in Shorewood Schools,…

The Bachelor raises money for Harris family

The Bachelor, a student council fundraiser, returns to SHS for its third year on February 26. The show will be held in the SHS Auditorium at 7 p.m.…

Board expands reach

School and government find common ground The school board is looking to collaborate with Representative David Bowen to actively oppose or support bills that would affect the school…

Annual assembly honors veterans

Annual assembly honors veterans

On the morning of November 11, Jan Zehren, Intermediate school PE teacher, held her 19 annual Veterans Day assembly in the Shorewood School District, with a new guest…

Cheerleaders bring pep with squad of six

Cheerleaders bring pep with squad of six

Students believe there is a lot to cheer about at Shorewood this year: strong sports teams, a new stadium and the football team’s first home game win. However,…

Hounds celebrate Homecoming

Hounds celebrate Homecoming

Homecoming week took place from September 22 to the 27, concluding, as always, on Saturday with the homecoming dance. The spirit week began with the classic PJ day,…

Miss Shorewood must be reformed

BY THE RIPPLES EDITORIAL STAFF — Rather than incessantly quibbling over the morality of canceling Miss Shorewood, SHS should really focus on what the issue says about our ideology. Shorewood…

School Board View all

Youth Risk survey results, assessment calendar for 2016-17 discussed at May 10 school board meeting

BY ELI FRANK — The May 10 school board meeting featured a number of higher profile discussions and announcements, including a summary of the Youth…

Board focuses on legislative advocacy