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The Signal

The student news site of Fort Osage High School

The Signal

The student news site of Fort Osage High School

The Signal

NO PHONES. Browsing on her phone, Senior Shia Mobley looks through her song list. This is an example of a violation of the reset phone policy. (Photo Illustration).
Rules 'reset' for safety, productivity
Story by Aurora Spriggs, Co-Editor • September 14, 2022

Expectations get reset for the 2022-2023 school year, including no phones or earbuds while in class, and no earbuds or noise canceling headphones in the hallways. These rules were put in place as a safety precaution and to...

New furniture added to enhance study areas
June 6, 2022

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STUNT. Holding her pom poms up, Senior Cheerleader Jozie Krevitz (C) balances on her teammates Seniors Lohany Galeas (L), Brielle Redinger (M) and Courtney Canzonere (R). Krevitz has not decided on a college yet, but she is looking into studying health science and to participate in cheer.
Krevitz helps lead cheer squad
Story by Samantha Purinton, Reporter • September 19, 2022

Senior Jozie Krevitz stands in lines of cheerleaders with a black and red pom poms in each hand, ready...

DEFEND. During the William Chrisman match on Sept. 7, senior Xavier Steele (13) kicks the ball while William Chrisman Junior Adrian Cisneros (7) attempts to block the ball. The Indians went on to defeat the Bears 1-0. “Going out with a win it’s really, really good,” Steele said. “Ive played with half their team my entire life so being out there and competing with them is always fun.”
Steele appreciates opportunity to play
Story by Averi Van Winkle, Reporter • September 14, 2022

Senior Xavier Steele is dressed in his white away jersey. As he walks to the bus he pops in his earbuds...

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Krevitz helps lead cheer squad

Samantha Purinton

STUNT. Holding her pom poms up, Senior Cheerleader Jozie Krevitz (C) balances on her teammates Seniors Lohany Galeas (L), Brielle Redinger (M) and Courtney Canzonere (R). Krevitz has not decided on a college yet, but she is looking into studying health science and to participate in cheer.

Steele appreciates opportunity to play

DEFEND. During the William Chrisman match on Sept. 7, senior Xavier Steele (13) kicks the ball while William Chrisman Junior Adrian Cisneros (7) attempts to block the ball. The Indians went on to defeat the Bears 1-0. “Going out with a win it’s really, really good,” Steele said. “I've played with half their team my entire life so being out there and competing with them is always fun.”

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‘Bullet Train’ provides interesting action, memorable characters, not much more
Theater Program Breaks School Record for Blue Star Nominations

Theater Program Breaks School Record for Blue Star Nominations

May 10, 2022

‘Succession’ raises stakes in newest season

‘Succession’ raises stakes in newest season

March 4, 2022

Claflin hopes to start digital art career

Claflin hopes to start digital art career

February 9, 2022

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‘Bullet Train’ provides interesting action, memorable characters, not much more
‘Bullet Train’ provides interesting action, memorable characters, not much more
Story by Aiden McClure, Reporter • September 22, 2022

“Bullet Train”, rated R, is a 2022 film directed by David Leitch based on the 2010 novel “Maria Beetle.” The film gained traction earlier in the year with its star...

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