How to Avoid the Struggle of Freshman Year

Upperclassmen give their advice to incoming freshmen on things they wish they would have known before coming to Black River Falls High School and how to deal with the struggles of being a freshman. The Truth About High School A/B Schedule Choosing Classes Passing Time Laptops Lockers Lanyards School Pictures Cafeteria Dress Code Gym PDA Cellular Devices Advisers Library Be […]

Slow Down on Homework

Slow Down on Homework

Dear teachers, Students do have lives outside of the classroom. It is common for us to get homework for all four of our classes during the day, and we are expected to have all of the assignments finished by next class. This is an immense workload and many of us do not have the time to do the work. We […]

Graduation Parties: Personalize, plan, and have fun

Graduation Parties: Personalize, plan, and have fun

With only 7 weeks left before graduation, the race to plan a party that stands out is on. Both students and parents are preparing in different ways. But according to parent Andrea Hoffman, making it personal is an important thing to keep in mind. “Make it so it seems like YOUR graduation party instead of just A graduation party,” said […]

Spirit Needs to Be Encouraged All Year

School spirit is an important aspect at Black River Falls High School, but lately spirit assemblies have become a thing of the past. When the school year begins, school spirit is at its highest, but throughout the year, school spirit and assemblies seem to become less and less common. Fall sports have the most spirit activities with dress up days, […]

Summer Job Opportunities Available

Summer Job Opportunities Available

As summer rolls around the corner, students prepare to fill out applications to earn a little extra money during the season. Junior Dejaye Roskos is a returning employee for K9 Country Lodge who looks for forward to working with the dogs during break. “What I like about working there in the summer is having something to do and the hours […]


News

Graduation Parties: Personalize, plan, and have fun

Graduation Parties: Personalize, plan, and have fun

With only 7 weeks left before graduation, the race to plan a party that stands out is on. Both students and parents are preparing in different ways. But according to parent Andrea Hoffman, making it personal is an important thing to keep in mind. “Make it so it seems like YOUR graduation party instead of just A graduation party,” said […]

continue reading

Sports

Baseball Builds a Team

Baseball Builds a Team

Since the beginning of the season, baseball head coach Jake Dahlke has stressed the impact of becoming closer as a team. The players are following the motto “Band of Brothers” for the season. The team has lost some seniors from last year and have to gain back the talent by putting in the best work at practice, staying together, and […]

continue reading

Opinion

Slow Down on Homework

Slow Down on Homework

Dear teachers, Students do have lives outside of the classroom. It is common for us to get homework for all four of our classes during the day, and we are expected to have all of the assignments finished by next class. This is an immense workload and many of us do not have the time to do the work. We […]

continue reading

Features

How to Avoid the Struggle of Freshman Year

How to Avoid the Struggle of Freshman Year

Upperclassmen give their advice to incoming freshmen on things they wish they would have known before coming to Black River Falls High School and how to deal with the struggles of being a freshman. The Truth About High School A/B Schedule Choosing Classes Passing Time Laptops Lockers Lanyards School Pictures Cafeteria Dress Code Gym PDA Cellular Devices Advisers Library Be […]

continue reading

Recent Posts

How to Avoid the Struggle of Freshman Year

How to Avoid the Struggle of Freshman Year

Upperclassmen give their advice to incoming freshmen on things they wish they would have known before coming to Black River Falls High School and how to deal with the struggles of being a freshman. The Truth About High School A/B Schedule Choosing Classes Passing Time Laptops Lockers Lanyards School Pictures Cafeteria Dress Code Gym PDA Cellular Devices Advisers Library Be […]

read more

Slow Down on Homework

Slow Down on Homework

Dear teachers, Students do have lives outside of the classroom. It is common for us to get homework for all four of our classes during the day, and we are expected to have all of the assignments finished by next class. This is an immense workload and many of us do not have the time to do the work. We […]

read more

Baseball Builds a Team

Baseball Builds a Team

Since the beginning of the season, baseball head coach Jake Dahlke has stressed the impact of becoming closer as a team. The players are following the motto “Band of Brothers” for the season. The team has lost some seniors from last year and have to gain back the talent by putting in the best work at practice, staying together, and […]

read more

Graduation Parties: Personalize, plan, and have fun

Graduation Parties: Personalize, plan, and have fun

With only 7 weeks left before graduation, the race to plan a party that stands out is on. Both students and parents are preparing in different ways. But according to parent Andrea Hoffman, making it personal is an important thing to keep in mind. “Make it so it seems like YOUR graduation party instead of just A graduation party,” said […]

read more

Spirit Needs to Be Encouraged All Year

Spirit Needs to Be Encouraged All Year

School spirit is an important aspect at Black River Falls High School, but lately spirit assemblies have become a thing of the past. When the school year begins, school spirit is at its highest, but throughout the year, school spirit and assemblies seem to become less and less common. Fall sports have the most spirit activities with dress up days, […]

read more

Students Party After Prom

After all the pictures have been snapped, dinner has been eaten, and the dance has been danced, the real question is “What are you doing after prom?” While prom is on Saturday, many people after the dance haven’t made plans. Most of the kids just “go with the flow,” and see what everyone else is doing. “After prom I will probably see […]

read more

2015 Prom Put on Budget

The junior class has been using past year’s decorations and making them into their own. They have been building things for the prom theme, Glow in the Dark, which was voted on by the junior class. “Having Amy as prom advisor has really helps out,” said court member Hanna Hodge. The Prom advisor, Amy Koboski, has also been working behind […]

read more

Summer Job Opportunities Available

Summer Job Opportunities Available

As summer rolls around the corner, students prepare to fill out applications to earn a little extra money during the season. Junior Dejaye Roskos is a returning employee for K9 Country Lodge who looks for forward to working with the dogs during break. “What I like about working there in the summer is having something to do and the hours […]

read more

Photo Gallery: 4.2012

Photo Gallery: 4.2012
read more

The Selective Service – Flawed or Functioning?

The Selective Service – Flawed or Functioning?

Serving your country is a truly noble thing. Enlisting in the military and deciding to potentially risk your life so that our nation may continue its pursuit of liberty and justice for all is one of the greatest shows of patriotism any one can offer. But your decision to do so should be just that. A decision. The Selective Service […]

read more