Snider DECA went to state competition on Sunday March 5, 2017. Of the 69 total members, 35 completed regionally and 29 qualified for state. At state there were nearly 2,300 Indiana students. The team of Chance McKibben and Nathan Gidley finished in the top 10. Adam Veeley finished 2nd overall
Fahrenbach Fashion by Grace McCormick
In the hallways of Snider, students are often seen sporting letterman jackets, Converse, Vans, high waisted jeans, leggings, hi-low tops or graphic tee shirts. Junior Quinn Fahrenbach does not dress like the average student. She wears a children’s Lowe’s apron on special occasions; shiny metallic shoes
Exploring Your Options at Snider
Snider realizes how mundane sitting in a classroom for seven periods a day is, and gives students multiple ways to get away from regular academics. If you have a free period, these are some options you can take and an idea of what’s in store for
Holmes Comes Marching In by Grace McCormick
Amidst the crowds. the chants, the signs, the celebrities and the pink hats, there was freshman Aliviya Holmes marching for equality.
Holmes joined an estimated 3.3 to 4.6 million Americans in Washington D.C. at the Women's March on January 21st.
“My mom saw the idea of the
Congratulations to Erica Dishong and Mr. Crum J
Erica was in Mr. Crum’s 1st Period Careers class last semester. She submitted an essay to the JA Essay Contest based upon her career choice which is to become a “Mental Health Counselor.”
Erica’s essay was selected by the committee and Erica has won
Snider instrumental musicians had a great day at the ISSMA Solo & Ensemble Contest Saturday at Carroll High School. Members of the bands and orchestras earned 80 gold medals and 11 silver medals. Ten soloist and five ensemble qualified for the state competition in Indianapolis on February 25.
Earning Silver medals
Wednesday February 1st, the Snider staff faced off against the K105 Hoopsters in an intense game of basketball. It was a tough battle the whole way through, but it ended in a tie. Snider students and staff came out and supported the staff. Mr. Lopez, Snider custodian, won a halftime
By Alex Farmer & Andrew Davis
"We have more in common than the things that separate us," Mr. Ray Sims, health teacher, said.
Most say that there isn't much racial inequality anymore – and they are right, for the most part – but there is still a shortage of minority teachers in
by Jess Badyna
Open a magazine to a clothes ad, or perfume ad. Chances are, there's a big spread of an attractive guy and/or girl who is fat-free, has no body hair, lacks blemishes or acne, and is smiling brightly with perfect teeth. The models are doing the job of being