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The Student News Site of Gretna High School

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The Student News Site of Gretna High School

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DIVE TIME.  The pool our fellow students were swimming in is at the Bob Devaney Center in Lincoln, NE. This pool was opened originally in 1976. It is 25 yards long.

[Photo] Dive into State

Onnika Moore, Reporter
March 2, 2022
State Smiles: With jerseys on and medals around their necks, the team smiles after the state competition. we are very fortunate to have several good esports teams, esports coach Kimberly Ingraham-Beck said. This year the varsity team placed second, which im very happy about. The team performed better than last year as well as improved their skills as a whole.

[Photo] Redemption Round

Jake Detten, Staff Reporter
December 9, 2021
While living in England, Mrs.Cari Whitehill and her family explore historical landmarks. “It was a fun experience,” Mrs. Whitehill said. “Just travel and know a little bit about what you will get yourself into.” They lived one hour north of London.

[Photo] Goodbye Nebraska, Hello World

Delany Jepsen, Production Manager
March 2, 2021
Activity Advertising: In an effort to promote the sock drive competition, student council members designed an array of sock boxes for first-hour classrooms and posters. We had multiple student council meetings where we all decorated some boxes to distribute around the school for sock collecting, Connor Beck (21) said. I knew sock rhymes with a lot of words, so I just decorated some boxes with rhymes like sock stocks or these socks rock. I also did a Cookie Monster one because everyone likes the Cookie Monster. The boxes and posters were designed with markers, papers and repurposed boxes.

[Photo] Battling for Breakfast

Kalei Renner, Photo Editor
February 23, 2021
Team Pic: The team coached by Creed Leathers (21) and Tanner Hall (21) takes a funny picture. I enjoyed being a flag football coach, Leathers said. It was fun to get to know younger kids in the community. The team lost in the first round of playoffs.

[Photo] The Boys Of Fall

Connor Bulgrin, Editor-In-Chief
December 16, 2020
Auditions: It started out as a job, but all-state has turned into something amazing for Paul Cornett (21). My first audition was because my lesson teacher made me audition, Cornett said. Once I made it, I realized how much fun it really was so I was more motivated next time. In the end, Cornett was happy that he auditioned, as all-state was much better than he thought it was going to be.

[Photo] Arts Auditions

Ansley Gydesen, Staff Reporter
December 15, 2020
Brain Overload: Since school is stressful, Danika Temoshek (23) believes it would be a good time to relax with an open campus lunch. Off campus, lunch would benefit us, students, during the long school day, Temoshek said. We would get time off to go home or a restaurant with our friends and relax our brain. Taking a break from stressful school is an important activity for Temoshek.

[Photo] Open Campus Opportunities

Ansley Gydesen, Staff Reporter
December 15, 2020
Katelin Kersten (21)

[Photo] Sewing the Show Together

Sophia Allen, Design Editor
December 15, 2020
Lilly Brophy in the midst of her race, getting ready to transition into the final event of running.

[Photo] Life Of a Triathlete

Mara Bosworth, Staff Reporter
May 13, 2020
Zoey Schultz was gifted baked goods by Paige Pulte in hopes of brightening her friends spirits.

[Photo] Quarantine Cupcakes

Bayleigh Koch, Staff Reporter
May 11, 2020
Junior, Sarah Weber will be attending UNL to play soccer.

[Photo] Soccer Season Cancelled

Alexis Spier, Staff Reporter
May 10, 2020
Quang Nguyen (20), Snohomish Washington

[Photo] Around the Country

Alex Suhr, Staff Reporter
May 9, 2020
Missing School: I do not prefer zoom over the classroom, Towey (20) said. I miss being at school and having to access to teacher easier. Also, it is nice to feed off of classmates and friends. Some teachers are very good at seeing when you are struggling even if I do not say anything, which I like, but I am not able to get with e-learning.

[Photo] Learning From A Distance

Lauren Eurich, Entertainment/Opinion Editor
May 4, 2020
Senior Keegan Towey (20) draws one of this weeks prompts in his art class. Towey continues to adapt to this new way of learning.

[Photo] Project-Based Classes

Delaney Hardies, Staff Reporter
April 27, 2020
Jada Scharff (20) had a senior sign made for her by her mom.

[Photo] Traditions Lost

Kaleigh Zollman, Online Editor
May 1, 2020
Sibling Love: Elizabeth Daily (20) and her sister, Rachel, pose together wearing their masks.

[Photo] Mask Fashion Show

Kaleigh Zollman, Online Editor
April 30, 2020
Junior Hannah Rush in the Kids Round-Up office. Rush spends her time working because she is not in school.

[Photo] What Are Students Up To?

Peyton Rewczuk, Editor-In-Chief
April 20, 2020
On the Field - Because no one is allowed at GHS Gabe Melton (21) uses the GMS baseball field. With all the craziness going on it may be best to keep everyone safe and healthy. Melton said. Because of public parks closing it is tough to know how long he will be able to practice there.

[Photo] The Grind Never Stops

Connor Bulgrin, Editor-In-Chief
April 9, 2020
Tie-dye Swirls; Julia Otto (22) decided to put down the spatula picked up a bottle of dye to complete this masterpiece. I love the colors in a sunset so I decided to have a sunset themed shirt, Otto said.

[Photo] Bored In Quarantine

Grace Coufal, Staff Reporter
April 3, 2020
The journalism department toured the KETV studio at Burlington Station. We learned a lot of tips for when we cover events and people in the yearbook, Madison Nash (11) said. Im sure that the trip was very beneficial for every staff, and their work will improve a lot. The student-journalists got to learn about the production, engineering, editing and sales that the news outlet does.

[Photo] Preparing for Takeoff

Ethan Menning, Sports Editor
March 31, 2020
Burnt Landscape; I think were all just so grateful, counselor Ms. Carole Carraher said. Our homes and all of our animals were saved. Im just so grateful to the people who risked their lives and kept fighting to save ours.

[Photo] Brush Fires Invade Omaha

Ansley Gydesen, Staff Reporter
March 26, 2020
Size Matters Not: Pro-lifers hold up signs protesting the idea that fetal development is a valid argument for abortion. I was raised in the belief that every life matters, no matter how small, no matter how young it is, junior Colton Smith said. I’m strongly against the idea that you can just kill anything. The mother’s womb should be the safest place on Earth. The march took place  on the National Mall on Jan 24.

[Photo] Marching to the End

Ethan Menning, Sports Editor
March 13, 2020
Photo submitted by Zachary Wintle. K9 Deputy in the photo with one of his helpful mutts. Wintle died suddenly last year in 2019.

[Photo] Following Footsteps

Bayleigh Koch, Staff Reporter
February 24, 2020
Both Gretna and Papillion-La Vista cheerleaders are all wearing their Color of Hope Shirts. The two teams came together to take a picture and show awareness to all cancers. They cheered for both the girls and boys varsity basketball teams.

[Photo] Color of Hope Basketball Game

Grace Coufal, Staff Reporter
February 14, 2020
Graduation Year: Senior season is an important one for many athletes. Last year was hard because I took harder classes so I wouldn’t be as stressed this year. The majority of my classes aren’t too difficult, so I have a little more free time to study and play basketball. Albright said. Learning how to manage your workload is important when making athletics a top priority in life.

[Photo] Stressing Into Success

Gabby Hytrek, Staff Reporter
December 17, 2019
More Opportunities: UNMC offers courses High School may not be able to.“ I chose to go to UNMC after watching my sister have a great experience and fall in love with medicine. Me, having an interest in the medical field, wanted to have that same opportunity.” Daffer (20) said.” A few pieces of advice I would give to someone interested in the UNMC High School Alliance would be learning how you study best, apply early, get comfy with driving a lot and learn how to manage your time. UNMC is challenging, but you will get out only as much as put in.”

[Photo] One Step Ahead

Emma Mayer, Copy Editor
November 10, 2019
The current officers of HOSA attended the Fall Leadership Conference in Lincoln. “I have attended the Fall Leadership Conference, and I plan on attending the HOSA Expo again this year,” Vaughn said. The conference is only for officers.

[Photo] Exploring the Healthcare Field

Mary Matya, Managing Editor
November 10, 2019
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