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Brittney McDaniel helps senior Nathan Morris with his part in the musical Ranked during their practice.

Tragedy gets modern make-over

Advanced acting teacher rewrites a Greek tragedy
Haylee Tafoya, Staff Writer March 26, 2021

Acting teacher Brittany McDaniel is rewriting “Antigone”, a three-part Greek mythology, into a modern-day vampire story for her advanced acting class. They will be graded by how they perform, but she...

Jason Drake getting the Covid-19 vaccination from a nurse at North Plattes High School.

The Vaccine for ’19

Teachers of North Platte Public Schools receive the COVID-19 vaccination
Natalie Deardoff, Sports Editor February 1, 2021

North Platte Public Schools said it is one step closer to ending the relentless COVID-19 pandemic after over 300 staff members received their first vaccination. West Central Health District held...

North Platte High School has approved multiple new classes for the 2020-2021 school year. They offer around 150 classes. Some classes are available at different times.

Hidden Classes

A list of classes that NPHS students might not have known that their school offered.
Emmalynn Berry, Staff Writer February 28, 2020

Art Teacher Joy Peterson is teaching these three new classes next year; Art History I, Art History II, and Textiles. Printmaking is being combined into a Multimedia art class being taught by...

Freshman Uriel  Wiezorek, sophomore Cade Davis, senior Joel Bradley, and junior Caedmon Hoaglund practice “The Jet Song” for “West Side Story.” The musical premiers on Mar. 13, 14, and 15. The musical is being choregraphed by senior Ciera Carlson.

Whose story is it to sing?

The controversy behind the production of West Side Story
Anam Vaziri, Editor-in-Chief February 28, 2020

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Senior Michael Richey works on his computer. “I plan to continue writing,” Richey said, “but I don’t think I’ll get another chance to produce another play for a while.”

The Shakespeare of NPHS: Senior writing a play to be produced this summer

Jon Brouillette, Layout, Business Editor April 26, 2019

It’s not the most unusual thing to hear about a play production in North Platte; what is unusual however, is to hear about a North Platte High School student writing a drama to be produced this summer...

Teacher of the month

Jasper Hunt, Staff Writer January 26, 2018

Brittany McDaniel Acting Teacher What would you wish for if you had a genie? A new car because the car I drive right now is a tuna can. Where in existence would you most like to have a party and...

The clothes and props used in this adaption of Romeo and Juliet are based on a dystopian theme.

Shaking things up with Shakespeare

Josie Koubek, Online Editor October 12, 2017

All freshmen are required to read “Romeo and Juliet.” The class of 2021 got a different experience. They saw the play performed by the Nebraska Shakespeare Company live in the PAC on Oct 5. “It...

Dates gone wrong

Dates gone wrong

Clay Stone, Managing Editor February 3, 2017

  Freshman Nick Anderson -We’re at the movies, and everything’s going well, and I went to get popcorn. I came back and I tripped and spilled the popcorn all over her. But we sat down and...

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