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The Crimson Crier

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The Crimson Crier

Makayla Barchett

Makayla Barchett, Lifestyles Editor

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We thank the brave Marines for their service

Honoring The Lives Of The Lost Marines

September 16, 2021

Honor and respect are exactly what the thirteen marines who gave their lives to an unexpected attack in Afghanistan deserve. I truly want to thank these brave men and women who fought with courage and...

The cadet team and Sgt. Brown pose with their national award.

JROTC Cadets Make School History

August 20, 2021

On July 19, JROTC took a trip to Washington D.C. to the Catholic University of America to be tested on their leadership abilities as they competed against 40 other schools throughout the United States....

Drumline Places in Virtual Competition

Drumline Places in Virtual Competition

April 19, 2021

As the Drumline continues to progress in their skills and abilities, many have begun to realize the success they have and are starting to acknowledge it not only at school but worldwide as well.  The...

The boys tennis team poses with the trophy they won for being Madison County Champs.

Boys Tennis Team Wins Madison County Championship

April 19, 2021

Hard work carried out by the Boys’ Tennis Team proved effective on April 13, 2021, when they competed and successfully took home the win of the tournament.  Throughout the season, the head coach,...

Delivering a lesson on conservation, Mrs. Ginny Conquest questions her second period class.

Q&A: After 29 Years, Science Teacher Looks Forward to Retirement

March 26, 2021

CC: What did you teach and how many years have you been teaching? Conquest: I have taught Science at SHS for 29 years. For most of those years, I taught Zoology.   CC: What positive/negative...

Members of the winter guard show case their routine at a recent competition.

Winter Guard Wins First Competition

March 19, 2021

Even though the Winter Guard had planned to compete in three competitions, they still were able to participate in two, kicking this season off with two very well-performed competitions, ranking them high...

The JV cheer teams poses for a quick photo outside of the Wallace State facility where state championships were held.

JV, Varsity Cheer Bring Home State Titles

February 24, 2021

On Feb. 4, the JV cheerleading team aimed high for State as they took to the Birmingham complex for a chance to win what they had worked for since the beginning- first place. With success and great perseverance,...

Holiday Traditions Vary Around The World

Holiday Traditions Vary Around The World

December 16, 2020

Christmas is a well-known holiday that is celebrated year-round across the world. However, even though Christmas in the United States is known for its Christmas trees, Santa Claus, and the North Pole,...

Sophomore Makayla Barchett captures the sun setting over the lake.

Student Finds Bravery At The Lake

December 14, 2020

High. Higher than I had been in a long time. Nervous too. That feeling in the pit of your stomach that floods your nerves as if you were on a roller coaster and about to go downhill from there. Yeah, believe...

The girls cross country team take a break at the James Clemens Invitational. The team was supposed to be honored at their annual banquet in November.

Cross Country Team Postpones Annual Banquet

December 14, 2020

The Cross Country team had ended their season and prepared for a banquet of recognition on Nov. 19 however, with the COVID- 19 pandemic cases increasing, it was decided it would be best to postpone the...

New Robotics Teacher Speaks Of New Role

New Robotics Teacher Speaks Of New Role

December 2, 2020

Gentry: I have always been interested in engineering and the thought of programming robots for different jobs. CC: What important tools could robotics teach others? Gentry: Robotics teaches students...

In the middle of the performance, senior Dylan Lancaster plays his instrument. The band performed their competition show at the last home football game of the year.

Despite Cancelled Competition Band Moves Forward

November 6, 2020

The band has worked up to this moment, just to have it take a turn. They were planning on having their one and only competition in Hanceville, on Saturday, Oct. 25 but the plan had changed due to the weather,...

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