Students from Hellgate and Sentinel line the Higgins Street Bridge two weeks ago to rally for gun control reform. Students from all MCPS high schools plan to walkout next Wednesday, March 14 at 10 a.m. The students plan to protest for 17 minutes for 17 deaths. Click here for more info on the last walkout.
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Outside doors to be locked at 8 a.m.
Principal Ted Fuller announced March 6 that in an ongoing effort to make changes that will result in a more secure facility, the following exterior doors will be locked at 8 a.m. and remain locked for the remainder of the school day:
* Door in the hallway leading to rooms 104 and 105.
* West side door (art wing) leading to staff lot.
* Door in the industrial arts hallway leading to the 400 building.
* South door (Westside) to main gym.
* Cafeteria doors to bus loop.
* Custodial area door to bus loop.
Phones no longer allowed in hallways
Starting this month, students are no longer allowed to use cell phones in the hallways at Sentinel High School. Students will be allowed to use their phones during passing periods and lunch time, but if a student is out of class on a pass, Principal Ted Fuller is asking teachers to have students leave their phones in the classroom.
In the next episode of Spartan TV, Josh Cook takes to the halls to see how students and staff feel about this new rule.
Basketball teams head to state tournament
The boys and girls basketball teams head to the AA State Basketball Tournament later today. Both teams are the Western Divisional Champions, placing them at the number one seeds going into the tournament tomorrow.
The boys will play Billings Senior Thursday, March 8 at 8 p.m. The girls kick off against Bozeman at 10:30.
The tournament is March 8-10 at the Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark, Billings.
Admin to reinstate Community Day
by Darren Faughn, Feb. 27
In an effort to strengthen ties with the community and to boost seniors' volunteer hours, as well as get the seniors out of the building during sophomore and junior testing, SHS will re-instate Community Day on March 20. See more.
Spartan Medallion to replace Valedictorians
by Riley Nielson, Feb. 27
Featured Artist: Arianna Silva
by Jordan Cowan Feb. 27, 2018
Senior artist Arianna Silva plans to attend Pacific Northwest College of Art next year. Click here to see more information and some of her work.
SHS's own Darian Stevens makes Olympics
by Aston Kinsella, Feb. 22
In 2012, Darian Stevens walked the halls of Sentinel High School as a sophomore before moving to Park City, Utah to train full time. In two weeks, she will be walking onto the biggest stage of her life--the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.
School board cheats seniors out of Valedictorian
by Aston Kinsella, Feb. 27
The class of 2018 will be the first SHS graduates not to earn the title of Valedictorian, a decision made by the MCPS School Board in 2013. The school board has made this decision without asking the students or families if this change was needed or wanted.
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