On Tuesday, November 19, 2019, over fifteen thousand supporters of public education travelled to the Indiana State Capitol in Indianapolis to advocate for changes within the state’s public schools. Numerous teachers from Fort Wayne Community Schools attended the event to represent the state’s largest school district. Schools within the district
Fort Wayne lawyers Steve Shine and Tom Hardin hosted their 15th Annual “Christmas on Broadway” celebration on Novemeber 22. U.S. Senator Todd Young had the honors of lighting the tree, but there was also a familiar Snider face seen on stage. Mr. Evan Grotemat, a Snider social studies teacher, and his
Every year, Snider works to collect and donate canned food items for charity. This year, Snider students and staff donated 9,232 cans and nonperishable items to St. Mary's soup kitchen in downtown Fort Wayne. The donated food items were delivered to St. Mary's on December 3rd. Snider Panthers worked together
Snider tied with Concordia for first place in Northeast Indiana's Tech Fest competition and brought home the 2019 Tech Fest Cup on Friday, November 22nd. Students from all grade levels traveled to McMillen Park Community Center that morning to compete in the STEM events, which included science, mathematics, engineering, programming,
It was just another unassuming day at Snider High School: students milled about the hallway, friends giggled as they walked to lunch, teachers sat grading papers. But in the gym commons, the librarian and her library media assistants were setting up for an author visit. E Lockhart, the New York based
Have you heard about the latest craze? Everyone and their second cousin is vaping! What’s a vape, you ask? Well, vaping is a brand-new alternative to the old, stinky and smelly cigarette! This cigarette is different though! It's electronic! This modern day and age are hooked on electronics so we might as well make
Tyler, The Creator released his much-anticipated full-length album “IGOR.” IGOR presents us with a much less childish undertone than his early projects, all the while maintaining his independent and unprecedented creativity.
Food in the classroom has single handedly ruined education. Too many times students have had to endure the putrid smell of fast food and the remnants of the odors permeating students’ clothing and making them horribly self-conscious of their smell for the rest of the day.
Even if your only priorities are “gamedays” and “partying” like Lori Laughlin’s daughter Olivia Jade Giannulli, you can still get into prestigious institutions like the University of Southern California. It’s simple. You just need three things.