The Mirror

State rankings place SPASH in escelon of state high schools

October 28, 2016

By DERYK WEDDE The Mirror reporter The state academic rankings is a concept that is commonly overlooked. Yet, with its minor influence, it plays a huge role in future life and post secondary assistance. The rankings are compo...

Adventures and connections continue

October 27, 2016

By JOSH ANDREWS The Mirror reporter  “This class differs from other gym classes because Mrs. [Amy] Steinmetz fosters a community where kids get to know classmates that they normally wouldn’t even smile at in the hallway. It ...

Many benefits from canoeing

October 27, 2016

By JUSTIN WISINSKI The Mirror reporter Canoeing has been in Wisconsin’s history ever since the Native Americans. From the early French Canadian explores and fur traders to the modern day canoeist, canoes have been used...

Documentary about P. J. Jacobs in the works

October 27, 2016

Former Stevens Point resident and New York City producer Terry Kawles has been working on a documentary that will cover the history of P.J. Jacobs. The story is driven by the architecture, history and connection to the New ...

Timing for road closures causes delays for students, staff

October 27, 2016

By MARCUS MILLER The Mirror reporter Road construction in Stevens Point and Plover is not only affecting residents but also students. Many students take these roads to school and to work during the week. There has been a lot of c...

Hats off to SPASH?

October 27, 2016

By JOSH ANDREWS The Mirror reporter High school is a time to express yourself in many different ways, or at least try to. In this day and age, hats have a much more significant way of expressing one’s identity. They may com...

Daily Dose Oct. 27

October 27, 2016

National: According to NBC News many schools across America that have polling booths plan to not have school on election day because of fear of violence. This is the first time the threat of violence has been high enough to close schools. State: The trial contin...

Stress can be overwhelming

October 27, 2016

By FAITH LEMAY The Mirror reporter The 2016-2017 school year is barely one and a half months in and students at Stevens Point Area Senior High (SPASH) are already feeling stressed. “I always have so much homework and s...

Golf finishes strong

October 27, 2016

By MALLORY BUETOW The Mirror reporter The Stevens Point Area Senior High (SPASH) girls golf team had an exciting and eventful season. Conference champions, regional champions, and qualifying for state were some of the accomplishm...

Panera Bread opens Oct. 31

October 27, 2016

By KAYLA WIMME The Mirror reporter Many people in the Stevens Point/ Plover area are ecstatic about the newest addition to the Crossroads Commons. “It’s the best decision Stevens Point has made,” Jaxon Holmes, a se...

Belts’ remains popular

October 27, 2016

By LOGAN LEWIS The Mirror reporter Belts’ Soft Serve ice cream is a Stevens Point landmark. It has been around for decades and just like every year, everyone will miss it. Belts’ is an almost universally beloved place around the Steve...

Students explain importance of sports

October 27, 2016

By BRADY WOYAK The Mirror reporter How important are high school sports? Most students love every moment they spend playing high school sports. Others may not participate in any sports or extracurricular activities through thei...

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