The Holtonian

Malick pursues criminal justice

Janae Skaggs, Assistant Feature Editors

March 31, 2015

Criminal justice TV shows grab the viewers attention with the gory scenes and intriguing storylines involving the Crime Scene Investigation teams and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, when really; the job isn’t always that glamorous. A bachelor’s degree is required along with eight or more...

Constitution Club shows positive, negative results

Sarah Lierz, Reporter

March 31, 2015

   As the Holton High School Constitution Club walked into the Kansas State University Alumni Center in Manhattan, KS they were prepared to compete for a $6,000 in scholarship money and to listen to speeches on Constitutional topics. Kris Kobach gave one that stuck out to many of the participants. ...

SAFE program looking to advance

Maddie Foster, News Editor

March 30, 2015

Last year, Holton High School established a “SAFE” club. SAFE stands for “seatbelts are for everyone”.  This club is in place to assist teen drivers establish safe driving habits. “This group’s mission is very well aligned with our SADD mission of advocating for harmless actions and is...

Students take step into future

Students take step into future

Maggie Pruitt, Assistant News Editor

March 26, 2015

Career Fair is coming to Holton High on Thursday, March 26, 2015, allowing students to observe different careers around the community. Holton High counselors Susan Rhule and Traci Frazier, the Holton FFA chapter, and CTE teachers thought this was a well-needed experience for the student body to view...

Basketball Scholarship

Emily McKinsey, Head Photo Editor

March 24, 2015

“For as long as I can remember,” Garett Beecher, senior, said when asked how long he has played basketball. Since the age of three or four, Beecher has had a love for the game. In elementary school he played for several teams out of Onaga. He then went on to play for Andy Tanking in Middle School....

Teachers gossip like students

Reagan Tinney, Assistant Editorial Editor

March 13, 2015

Too often teachers say things in public classrooms that they shouldn’t. Some things about a student’s life are supposed to be private but some teachers think it’s okay to tell other students about it. One of the main causes of teachers knowing things are from their TA’s or just students they...

March brings seniors stress for money

Maddie Reith, Newspaper editor/online editor

March 5, 2015

With graduation approaching at a blistering speed, seniors are bombarded with scholarships. At the beginning of the month, seniors received a list of all the possible local scholarships that they can apply for. This brings about “March Madness” of sorts because seniors are trying to get scholarships...

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