• Readers Theatre Brings Home A Superior

    Readers Theatre Brings Home A Superior

    Ivy Zimmerman, Journalist

    December 19, 2018

    With two points from a perfect score, readers theatre won a superior at the State Oral Interp. Festival in Pierre on December 7. The readers theatre team consists of Isaac Barreto, senior; Tommy Determan, junior; Grant Thomas, junior; Salma Serr, junior; Megan Warnke, senior; and BriLee Peck, junior....

  • Kindergarten Class Makes a Splash

    Kindergarten Class Makes a Splash

    Brynn Hylla, Journalism

    December 19, 2018

    The kindergarten class is divided to two classes taught by Mrs. Lanz and Mrs. Steffen. Three kids from Mrs. Lanz’s class, Mason Miller, Rebecca Stevicks, and Makayla Hull, were interviewed. Rebecca said her favorite time of the day is centers where she plays with toys and stays quiet. Although she...

  • Lady Gorillas Lose First Game

    Lady Gorillas Lose First Game

    Samantha Timanus, Journalist

    December 19, 2018

    On Friday, the Lady Gorillas Basketball Team played the Platte-Geddes Panthers in Gregory. Platte beat Gregory 53-44. In the first quarter, the Gorillas were ahead 9-4, but by the second quarter, the Panthers took the lead 21-27. In the end, they outscored Gregory by nine. Eighth grader Jessy Jo VanDerWe...

  • Excited first graders aspire to learn

    Excited first graders aspire to learn

    Ivy Zimmerman, Journalist

    December 19, 2018

    When thinking of elementary school what do you think of, kids, recess? Thinking back on old memories is something many people do. Is gradeschool now comparable to when you were a kid? So the Gregory High School journalism class interviewed the first grade class to get an idea of what they are working...

  • Adventures of fourth grade

    Adventures of fourth grade

    Toshiya Cramer, Journalist

    December 17, 2018

    The fourth grade class this year gave an inside look into their elementary life. The class is divided into two sections. Fourth graders have many different subjects: social studies, library (reading), math, PE, music, science, spelling, and computers. The two teachers are Mrs. Webster and Mrs. Bartling. Most...

Readers Theatre Brings Home A Superior
Excited first graders aspire to learn
B/G Storm Beat KWLPG and Parkston In Platte

December 13, 2018

On Tuesday, Burke/Gregory Storm went to Platte for a triangular against Kimball/White Lake/Platte-Geddes and Parkston. The...

Eight Students Qualify For State Oral Interp. Festival

November 27, 2018

On November 19, the Gregory Oral Interp. Team went to regions held at the Ramkota River Center in Pierre. Reading storytelling,...

Local Schools Make Music Together

November 27, 2018

Yesterday, the Region IV Festival was held in the Gregory Memorial Auditorium. Thirteen schools met at 8:15 a.m. to begin...

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Lady Gorillas Lose First Game
B/G Storm Beat KWLPG and Parkston In Platte

B/G Storm Beat KWLPG and Parkston In Platte

December 13, 2018

On Tuesday, Burke/Gregory Storm went to Platte for a triangular against Kimball/White Lake/Platte-Geddes and Parkston. The B/G Storm wrestled...

B/G Storm Defeats Wagner but Falls to Winner

B/G Storm Defeats Wagner but Falls to Winner

December 13, 2018

Last Thursday, the Storm Burke/Gregory Wrestling team headed to Winner for the Winner-Wagner-Burke/Gregory Triangular. Every wrestler from Burke/Gregory...

Spiker’s Season Has Ended

Spiker’s Season Has Ended

November 1, 2018

Dakota Christian (AC\DC) in Gregory. AC\DC won in three sets, making this the Spiker’s last game of the season. The Spikers had beat AC\DC...

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Fake Tans and Anorexia at Age Four?
Should Schools Go Back to Home-Cooked Meals?

Should Schools Go Back to Home-Cooked Meals?

April 19, 2018

School lunches around the country have been changing drastically. For us as a school, we have gone from home-cooked chicken noodle soup and cinnamon...

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