Student Congress attend anti-violence conference

Hayden Thornton, Student Life Writer

April 23, 2019

Filed under Student Life, Viewpoint

It is a sad reality that in 2019 school shootings and violence in schools are becoming more and more common. These tragedies leave parents, students, and administration asking how they happened and how to prevent them from ha...

How to manage stress when choosing classes

Jillian Maxwell

March 19, 2019

Filed under Viewpoint

With extracurriculars and jobs on students’ plates already, managing the stress that comes along with choosing classes should not be the main dish. “Even when there’s no work I always think, ‘Okay, what’s next that...

Fat Tuesday: French Club Style

Frankie Barczak, Writer

March 19, 2019

Filed under Student Life

As Fat Tuesday was fast approaching, teachers Madame Altman and Madame Seagraves were working hard to create a fun learning experience for the members of the French club. On March 4th, the French club held their annual Mardi Gr...

Spartans of all ages come together for a love of music

Frankie Barczak, Writer

March 19, 2019

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

On February 26, the White Station elementary, middle, and high school bands came together to all play music for their families and friends. The elementary musicians performed first, playing ”Twinkle Twinkle Little Star,” and “...

Full bellies, good times, and perks for the Spartans

Frankie Barczak, Writer

March 19, 2019

Filed under Student Life

On February 26, many students’ mouths watered as they pulled up to the Chipotle parking lot, eager to taste the delicious food they were about to order. Not only did many people get a tasty treat, but for every order in the name...

Spartans place at the Wordsmith competition

Frankie Barczak, Writer

March 19, 2019

Filed under Student Life

This previous weekend, the Spartans travelled to the University of Memphis for a Wordsmith competition. Wordsmith consists of four events: the 120 word dash, the 80 word dash, the 40 word dash, and the 400 word dash. In t...

Sparta Celebrates Black History Month

Sarah Haggitt, writer

March 2, 2019

Filed under Student Life

History is written by the people with power, so students must recognize that American history is more than the white history taught in a history class. Students assembled in the auditorium on Thursday, February 28th for the annual Bl...

Cons: The argument for technology in the classroom

Kathryn Todd

February 26, 2019

Filed under Viewpoint

Walk into a classroom at White Station, and you will most likely find a student using personal technology—be it a phone or laptop. Despite the obvious benefits, usage of personal technology in the classroom has many cons, in...

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