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Freshman Annalisia Hernandez demonstrates how the posters were taken down

Opinion: Bring back posters

Students want organizations and event posters to return with regulations
Annalisia Hernandez, Staff Writer February 26, 2021

During the first week of February, walking through the NPHS hallways before school started looked like a normal high school.  The walls were full of posters promoting school activities. Spaced about a...

More NPHS seniors are graduating early  than in previous years.

Moving on early

NPHS student is graduating early from NPHS.
Jonathan Dekleva, Editor-In-Chief December 17, 2020

Senior Maggie Cook has big plans for the future and she’s starting right away.  Cook is one of dozens of seniors whose last days in North Platte High Schools hallways and classrooms will be today. Principal...

Stolen senior year: how COVID-19 wiped out rites of passage.

Stolen senior year

Covid-19 pandemic wipes out rites of passage
Priscila Mondragõn, Managing Editor March 20, 2020

The class of 2020 has been waiting 13 years to walk across the graduation stage. Yet, the COVID-19 virus threatens to steal that moment from seniors worldwide.  Last night, North Platte Public Schools...

A wall of lockers sits completely abandoned in the 1300 pod of NPHS. Students commonly leave their lockers empty throughout the year. I think the only dramatic change would be if we said no backpacks, principal Scott Siegel said.

Shredding our shoulder blades, one lost locker at a time

The price students are paying for convenience
Beckett Allen, Staff Writer December 19, 2019

The hallways at North Platte High School are lined with an array of bulky, blue lockers. However, according to a poll of 199 students conducted by the “North Platte Bulldogger,” a whopping 68.3% don’t...

Mathematic Madness:

Mathematic Madness:

Sophia Walsh, Editor in Chief January 25, 2019

Math. An already difficult class for many, where frequent one-on-one questions are sometimes required for a student to learn the material. But what happens when a stressed, overworked teacher has more...

A, B, C, easy as 1…2…3?

NPHS switches to new grading scale
Anam Vaziri, Editor-in-Chief September 28, 2018

This school year, a lot of changes have been brought to North Platte High School. One of them includes that the entire district has decided to integrate a new grading policy, eliminating the previously...

Students fill out the sign out sheet at the front of North Platte High School. Senior Daphanie Ham thinks the sign out system is inconvenient. “It’s ridiculosly unorganized,” she said. However, the administration remains optimistic. “It takes a little bit of time to get these things in place,” superintendent Ron Hanson said.

Safer security

Changes in school safety make their way to NPHS
Ainsley Nichols, Managing Editor September 28, 2018

If you want to enter North Platte High School this year, be prepared for a TSA-like time consuming wait. Major security changes have been put into place. Although tragedies like school shootings at Parkland...

New year, new principal

New year, new principal

An interview with Scott Siegel
Jasper Hunt, Staff Writer April 20, 2018

In case you haven’t heard, Principal Ayres won’t be our Principal Ayres next year. He’ll be going to Adams. NPHS’ new principal will be Scott Siegel. Some students may be unsure of the kind of...

NPHS Assistant Principal works out after school in the weight room with fellow teachers.

Former Husker working at NPHS

Haley McKain, Co-Editor in Chief December 2, 2016

“My life just took a new direction and I’m pretty happy with the direction it’s taken since then,” said former Husker fullback and current assistant principal of North Platte High, Scott Siegel....

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