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Band Director George Dragoo talked with the audience at a concert last year.

Mr. Dragoo

Abagail Cuppy, Staff March 21, 2024

For almost two decades George Dragoo has directed the band at Stevens High School and he has no plan on slowing down. He loves teaching the students, saying that they each “have their own gifts.” Every...

Hayden Gabhart watched as Ethan Pisle shot from the free throw line in 2022.

Basketball Season from the Sidelines

Marcus Kuehl and Bryce Swanson March 21, 2024

Captain of the Raider Basketball team, two-year letter winner and sharpshooter, EthanPisle has made his way around the basketball court. Ethan is a senior at Stevens High School whoplays basketball, however...

Choir Director Ann Deckert leads the choir in its spring concert.

Stevens Teacher on the Board of SD Honor Choir

Madilyn Jacobsen, Staff Writer March 19, 2024

Started in 1993, the South Dakota Honor Choir has happened every year, minus a few blizzards, and every year Stevens has had students represented on that stage. As well, one of our teachers plays...

BHSO Young Artist Competition

BHSO Young Artist Competition

Jadyn Bennett, Staff Writer March 19, 2024

As freshmen are coming into high school there are a lot of adjustments that must be made, and for Evita Coleman, one of those was joining the high school orchestra playing the violin. According to...

Student Leadership Advisory Council Meets monthly to discuss the school and how to make improvements for the students.

Stevens High Amplifies Student Voice Through New Leadership Council

Lili Kowalski, Editor March 19, 2024

This school year, Stevens High School has launched an innovative new Student Leadership Advisory Council (SLAC) to elevate student perspectives and ideas. Comprised of club presidents and class officers,...

Mr. Sahli focuses on the stats for the final home volleyball game of 2023.

The Man, the Myth, the Voice

Brayden Voorhees, Staff November 14, 2023

Many people would say that Mr. Sahli is the “Voice of Stevens Raiders”, but he humbly says, “I am officially not the voice of Stevens Raiders.” If you don’t already know, Mr. Sahli is one of...

Knowledge Bowl team members show off their winning round.

Knowledgeable Beyond their Years

Staff, Staff November 10, 2023

Good things come in threes, and another notch in the Knowledge Bowl belt is a prime example. Finishing off with an undefeated season, the Stevens Raiders A team brought home the third Knowledgebowl championship...

Serenity Fields enjoys experimenting with different foods in class.

Culinary Arts Brings Healthy Eating to Stevens

Rebecca Theis, Writer April 10, 2023

The culinary arts class is a class to help students understand themselves, and the process of pregnancy, childbirth and how young children learn and develop. During the students' class period they have...

South Canyon Lutheran Church members serve Walking Taco to Stevens Students and Staff.

South Canyon Lutheran Church Reaches Students With Food

Staff November 11, 2022

Imagine inviting 1500 of your closest neighbors over for lunch. That's exactly what South Canyon Lutheran Church has done for its neighbors since the early 2000s. This past Tuesday, 222 of those neighbors...

Knowledgebowl celebrates its 1st place finish.

Knowledge Bowl Wins Regional Finals

November 11, 2022

It was like something out of a movie. Three teams tied going into the final buzzer question, hands hovering over the buzzers, the question is asked and hands slam down, team members discussed for a moment...

Lindsey Anderson donated blood during the Blood Drive on Octoer 28th.

Blood Drive Draws Donors

Chris Brown November 11, 2022

Every 2 seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood and or platelets. And Each year, an estimated 6.8 million people in the U.S. donate blood. Stevens staff and students did their part to contribute to...

New Carpet on Second Floor

Maggie Dennis, Staff Writer November 6, 2022

Students and staff were welcomed back to the school year with many changes; an eight-hour day, new technology, a ten-point grading scale, and carpet on the second floor. Over the summer, janitors cleaned...

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