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The 2019 GHS yearbook rests below the corresponding Cornhusker award The Dragon staff earned two years ago.

And the Cornhusker Goes To…

Ava Fuller, Staff Reporter
February 24, 2021
Staying Organized: At 3:00 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 12, Matthew McKinney (21) and Sarah Turpen (21) walked around the school to collect, count and tally up how many socks were in each first-hour sock box. I am the president of the student council, so that is why I was involved in the sock drive, Turpen said. My job was to advertise to fellow students as well as collect socks. The donated socks will be evenly distributed between Open Door Mission locations in Lincoln and Omaha.

Battling for Breakfast

Kalei Renner, Photo Editor
February 23, 2021
School Representation: In the Side Kitchen Name Survey Google Form, students have the ability to vote from one of four logos designed by both the fall and spring marketing classes. These logos feature names Dragon Diner, Snack n Go, Dragon Lane and Drag N Go. I love this project, marketing teacher Ms. Chris Swantek said. I love the real-world application of it and think that it is great students were able to use skills from a class and combine it with something they, as well as other students, will be able to see. Located in their emails, these potential logos for the side-kitchen are available for GHS students to vote on. (Feature Photo)

Making a Comeback

Kalei Renner, Photo Editor
February 3, 2021
CONCESSIONS GIRLS While the football team competes against Pius X during Homecoming week, Kinley Riesselman (22) and Allison Meerian (22) work in the concession stand for the National Honor Society. “I have already completed all my hours,” Meerian said. “My favorite was doing the football concessions with my friends.” Many students completed all volunteer hours in the fall.

Major Changes to NHS

Savannah Andrews, People Editor
February 1, 2021
Bobby Wilson
Before performing, Brooke Behrens (23), Avery Langholdt (21) and Gavin Egger (21) rehearse their OID entitled Bobby Wilson Can Eat His Own Face. Performing in person at Skutt has its own challenges with masks but I was so grateful for the opportunity to perform in front of an audience again, Langholdt said. Im glad that this was my first competition of my senior year. The OID placed third overall.

Loud And Proud

Samantha Chase, Managing Editor
January 30, 2021
Hold it: Focused on the fundamentals, Blake Rose (21) holds his follow through. The three pointer went down and helped the Dragons retake the lead as the fourth quarter was coming to a close. Rose finished the game shooting 40% from behind the arc.

Three-Pointer for the Win

Matthew McKinney, Staff Reporter
January 30, 2021
My ultimate goal with my teaching career is to get a good handle on science, and to inspire kids to explore and try to experiment.

The Student Becomes The Teacher

Aidan Muhle, Staff Reporter
January 20, 2021
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