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Manhattan Art Club is on the Roll

Manhattan Art Club is on the Roll

Peyton Berry, Staff Writer February 26, 2024

Manhattan High School’s art club has group meetings once a week. The club has 20-30 members join them every week, but around 50-60 people in the club. “Recently we have used air dry clay to make...

The gift of Bilingualism

The gift of Bilingualism

Isabela Villoria, Staff Writer February 26, 2024

There are many benefits to learning a new language at a young age, and ones that would change lives and the way we interact with other people around the world. The chance to begin developing a second language...

Schools Need More Events Other Than Sports

Schools Need More Events Other Than Sports

Hadley Berry, Staff Writer February 26, 2024

Having more school events other than sport events can increase the chances of more kids engaging in school events and activities schools would host for the students, students at events can find others...

Disney Trips Should Occur More Often

Disney Trips Should Occur More Often

Hayden Decker, Staff Writer February 26, 2024

Manhattan High School should hold a choir/drama/band “Disney World Trip" every year instead of every three years. Everyone will have more of an opportunity to participate in the field trip as they will...

Civic Engagement Club Talks Through Important Issues

Civic Engagement Club Talks Through Important Issues

Jack Speigel, Senior Staff Writer February 13, 2024

Manhattan High’s Civic Engagement Club has started the year off right with an important discussion about ways they can help the community.  “It was a community conversation between some students...

The Science Olympiad Approaches the Final Stretch

The Science Olympiad Approaches the Final Stretch

Jonathan Bowling, Staff Writer February 13, 2024

The MHS Science Olympiad team is going to Regionals with momentum. "The season is going very well,” coach Austin Becker said. “I think working on builds [will be a focus] a lot of our students have...

Recent FCCLA News

Recent FCCLA News

Rachel Palmgren, Yearbook Editor February 12, 2024

Manhattan High members of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America have had an exciting fall semester as they competed at the Cook Around the World competition in Disney World last April, prepared...

German Students Take Literacy Exam

German Students Take Literacy Exam

Hunter Flagg, Online EIC February 4, 2024

Throughout the last couple of weeks, the German classes have been participating in their annual German literacy exams in the Manhattan High School Library, under the supervision of their instructor, Dr....

Freshman earns national FCCLA title

Freshman earns national FCCLA title

Kael Stock, Staff Writer December 11, 2023

Members of the Manhattan chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America brought back three top placings in national competitions at the leadership conference in November.  The fall...

FFA competes at Blue Valley High School

FFA competes at Blue Valley High School

Charleigh Nelson, Staff Writer December 11, 2023

  The Manhattan FFA chapter brought home some top team and individual placings from the North Center District Food Science and Ag Sales competitions and career development events at Randolph-Blue...

Science Olympiad places third at Mill Valley

Alejandra Parma, Staff Writer December 11, 2023

  The Science Olympiad team attended their second meet of the year on Dec. 2, earning third place overall and a first place event.  Among the 15 students who attended the meet covering...

Interpersonal Skills

Interpersonal Skills

Marco Mejia Zacarias, Staff Writer November 26, 2023

“Donate to The Crisis Center” and “Say This, Not That” flyers have likely caught your attention, as they’re in every hallway at Manhattan High School. These posters were created by various members’...

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