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Graduation Changes

Publications Staff

January 29, 2019

Filed under News, Stories

The start time for the Class of 2019 graduation ceremony, June 1, was changed to 2:30 P.M. instead of 3:00 P.M. Please be aware of these changes and update family members as well. Spotlight will also post updates.

In Memory Of Maddie Bohn

In Memory Of Maddie Bohn

January 15, 2019

Teacher and Support Staff of the Year

Emily Scott, Web Editor

January 11, 2019

Filed under News, Stories, Uncategorized

The morning of Jan. 11, the nominees for the Teacher and Support Staff of the Year were announced. The nominees for Teacher of the Year are Kristin Adams, Jennifer Beckmann, Nadine Freedline, Katherine Schottmueller, and Sean...

Military After High School

Nate Wilhelm, Journalism

January 7, 2019

Filed under News, Stories

After the cap and gown graduation ceremony, some students will head to basic military training instead of college. Senior Kameron Sullivan is considering the National Guard and junior Turner Grzybinski is certain he is going to the A...

VB Changes to Upshot

Luciana Mach, Web Editor

December 20, 2018

Filed under News, Stories

After we released the winter issue of our newspaper with a review over VB Chocolate Bar’s Hot Chocolate, we have received important news about the company. In business for the past six and a half years, Cottleville’s VB Choco...

Early Graduation

Breanna Boucher, Journalism

December 20, 2018

Filed under News, Stories

Getting ahead or just getting the Howell out of here? At the end of first semester, students that have filled all of the credit requirements have the option of graduating early. Some try to get a head start on college, but some...

STL Christmas Hotspots

Alex Egan, Journalism

December 19, 2018

Filed under News, Stories

“I love Christmas time in St. Louis,” senior Layla Wehbe said. “There’s so many places to go to see decorations, but my favorite is the Botanical Gardens light display.” Missouri Botanical Gardens hosts a light dis...

A Dancer’s Perspective

Graceson Kennedy, Journalism

December 19, 2018

Filed under News, Stories

A snowy haired girl tiptoed across the black floor. After a simple plié, senior Sarah Wilson gave the audience a dazzling smile before she straightened from her pointe shoes up to the silver bun atop her head. Then she launche...

Christmas Disasters

Megan Bishop, Journalism

December 19, 2018

Filed under Entertainment, News, Stories

The cold bitter air with lights all around, families together and laughing, a nice Christmas dinner on the table, until disaster strikes. “My family was in the kitchen eating dinner when we smelled something and the cat das...

Student Section

Darius Bernard, Journalism

December 19, 2018

Filed under News, Stories

A important factor in any high school sporting event is the student section. Fans have the ability to control the momentum by cheering at the top of their lungs and getting into the heads of opposing teams. But often times during t...

Holiday Celebrations

Natalie Eades, Journalism

December 17, 2018

Filed under News, Stories

Christmastime. The infamous period at the end of the year in which red and white take over. Decorations and advertisements for Noel are plastered everywhere- storefronts, cereals, books, shows, everything! But what about thos...

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