The Bulldogger

Opinion: Masks

NPHS student thinks that we should be wearing mask due to COVID
Annalisia Hernandez, Photography Editor October 18, 2021

Mask wearing is a topic many people debate about. Some people agree with the idea or they disagree. I agree with wearing masks. My reasoning for that is a quote from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA),...

This weeks COVID-19 risk dial. The dial was updated by the West Central Health Department on March 19.

COVID-19: A year in review

Sophia Walsh, Editor in Chief March 26, 2021

Mar. 12 marked the one year anniversary since North Platte High School closed its doors to students and faculty after the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic reached North Platte. The abrupt ending...

Sister photoshoot with-- Selena Caudillo, Aaliyah Caudillo, Ashanti Caudillo, Lyric Benitez and Love Harmon

Born Different

Aaliyah Caudillo's experience raising her sister
Annalisia Hernandez, Staff Writer February 1, 2021

Imagine always being hungry, but not being allowed to eat very much.  Now imagine that at six-years-old.  Freshman Aaliyah Caudillo doesn’t have to pretend-- she lives that situation every day. Her...

Senior Brent Hanson practices with sophomore Izaak Ochsner after school.

Speech competes online

The NPHS Speech and Debate team will continue their season online
Sophia Walsh, Editor in Chief December 17, 2020

Technology and adaptability are keeping North Platte High’s Speech and Debate team at the podium. Last March, the team was one day away from the district competition when the pandemic forced schools...

A box of food in math teacher Emily Hasenauers classroom. The canned food drive started on November 16 and ended on November 30.

How we ‘can’ help fight hunger

The NPHS student council food drive
Jonathan Dekleva, Editor-In-Chief November 20, 2020

North Platte needs more food. The coronavirus has caused an economic crisis in our community, and student council wants you to help more than ever before.  Sponsor Ashley Werkmeister said more local...

Black Friday COVID Edition

Black Friday COVID Edition

Abbe McCoy, Staff Writer November 20, 2020

Black Friday is a day to save money and get cheaper gifts for the following holidays while everything is on sale. Having cheaper prices nation-wide brings far more people into stores, stampeding closely...

Senior Ethan Mercer uses a school-issued Chromebook, similar to that of the one he used while quarantining at home.

A prolonged vacation

One student's experience with COVID
Beckett Allen, Staff Writer November 20, 2020

Balancing school, a social life, and the notorious COVID-19 virus is a struggle that high school students outside of 2020 haven’t really dealt with before. One of the unlucky pioneers of this was senior...

As of October 29, there are close to 600 active COVID-19 cases in the West Central District Health Department service area.

Red no longer means remote

North Platte Public Schools may not go to remote learning if the community COVID risk dial reaches red.
Sophia Walsh, Editor in Chief October 30, 2020

The North Platte Public Schools' (NPPS) Return to School Plan no longer indicates that the school district will shift to remote learning if the West Central Health District’s Community Risk Dial moves...

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