Marching Gorillas Start off Season

Marching Gorillas Start off Season

September 18, 2014 • Chelsea Backous  
Filed under News, Top Stories

On Friday, the Gregory High School Marching Gorillas will travel to Platte for the annual Missouri Valley Marching Competition. This year there are 42 students in band. They will be competing against nine other bands in the Missouri Valley. As the year progresses, they will also march at homecoming and... Read more »

Donna Schmitz Inducted Into South Dakota Coaching Hall of Fame

Donna Schmitz Inducted Into South Dakota Coaching Hall of Fame

September 17, 2014 • Halee Schrader  
Filed under News, Staff, Top Stories

Donna Schmitz, retired volleyball coach of 37 years, landed herself a place in the Coaching Hall of Fame. Dan Whalen introduced her at the coaches convention lunch and banquet in Aberdeen on July 16th. There were a total of five inducted at the ceremony along with many coaches of the year honored. Last... Read more »

Eighth Graders to Graduate Junior High

Eighth Graders to Graduate Junior High

May 12, 2014 • Autumn Neiman  
Filed under Middle School, Student Life

Tomorrow night, 26 eighth graders will be graduating from junior high at 7 p.m. at the Gregory Memorial Auditorium.  Josie Fortuna, senior class president, will be the speaker.  Superintendent Sara Klein will be handing out the awards.  Pastor Tim Voigt will be doing the invocation and the benediction. Alexa... Read more »

Talk Nerdy to Me

May 8, 2014 • Jade Jones  
Filed under Student Life

On Friday, April 25the physics class went to Brookings, SD for the Engineering Expo.  This would be the third year that the Gregory physics class has gone. The following students attended: Madyson Berendes, Cole Carter, Mackenzie Feyereisen, Mason Juracek, Dowain Kerner, Kendall Roeder, Allison Sundquist,... Read more »

Is Texting During School a Disruption?

May 8, 2014 • Jade Jones  
Filed under Student Life

What’s wrong with a little I love you or HAND (have a nice day) between classes? Should texting be allowed during school hours? That’s what everyone has been talking about. I personally believe it would be. What’s the harm in texting between classes and during lunch? Most parents want to be able... Read more »

The Impact of Student Employment

May 8, 2014 • Jade Jones  
Filed under Student Life

 Have you ever heard people saying that having a job while in high school effects your grades?  If so, is it true?  That is the question everyone is asking about, and today I’m going to try and find an answer. After surveying the GregoryHigh School students the majority of the students think that... Read more »

Hooking Up with High School Sweethearts

May 8, 2014 • Sierra Smith  
Filed under Student Life

With the season of spring upon us, some people would say love is in the air while others still celebrate Single Awareness Day.  With flowers blooming and the smell of fresh rain in the air, you wonder if all the couples are out buying flowers and running through the meadows together.  Okay, let’s... Read more »

Lights, Camera, Action High School Students Present Play

April 28, 2014 • Molly Greasser, Journalist  
Filed under Student Life

This Friday Gregory High School Theater will be open its performance of “The Ransom of Miss Elverna Dower.” Performances will be held at the Dixon Town Hall. Students will perform a matinee for the middle school at 1 p.m. on Friday. Friday and Saturday night the theater is open to anyone who wishes... Read more »

Golfers Putt a Win

April 24, 2014 • Alyssa Fortuna  
Filed under News

     The middle school golf team was in Gregory for its meet last Tuesday, April 15. With only 9 holes to golf Grant Thomas placed 2nd with a score of 49, Dylan Borszich placed 4th with a 52, JJ Beck received 5th with a 52, Cade Fortuna placed 9th with a 59, and Tommy Determan placed 12th with a... Read more »

Prom Concludes

Prom Concludes

April 16, 2014 • Molly Graesser  
Filed under Student Life

On Saturday prom was held. Couples walked through the “New York, New York” themed prom set. The dance followed Grand March; Doug Koenig was the DJ for this event.             Students later attended the after-prom party. This consisted of multiple blow up games including: tug-of-war, an... Read more »

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