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  • Student Directed One Acts on Friday and Saturday at 7:30 pm.

  • Net Neutrality Vote takes place Dec. 14th

  • Half of service hours need to be Approved by Dec. 15th.

  • All students traveling to Spain on the Spring Break trip - there will be a meeting 12/13 at 3:15 in A150.

  • Attend Pollen Nation meetings Tuesdays at 7:15 in Mrs. Fuelberth's room

  • If you are interested in study abroad: see the educational opportunities bulletin board in the guidance office

  • Check the bulletin board in the guidance office for several new employment opportunities

11 Tumblr Memes to Distract You From Finals

11 Tumblr Memes to Distract You From Finals

Maddie Mollner, Student Life Editor

December 11, 2017


Filed under *Showcase, BirdFeed, Culture

Is it December already? Whether you’ve been preparing for these agonizing three days since the first day of school or you haven’t realized it’s a day past Thanksgiving, finals week is coming in hot; and it hasn’t quite hit some of us that all of our memorization, patience, and threshold line...

9 Realities of Having a Big Family

9 Realities of Having a Big Family

Maria Miller, Flightline Editor-in-Chief

November 8, 2017


Filed under *Showcase, BirdFeed, Culture

,Most families are peculiar in some way shape or form, however, families with a large population have a very specific way about them. The dynamics might seem strange to those outside of these exponential family units, to those in them they couldn't feel more mundane.  1. You don't know all of your cousins Ph...

7 Chilling Unsolved Mysteries

7 Chilling Unsolved Mysteries

Emma Brisbois, Copy Editor

October 24, 2017


Filed under *Showcase, BirdFeed, Culture

There's honestly nothing like a creepy mystery to get the gears turning; they make the mind explore evidence and suspects, even leaving it to wonder what the end result was. Cuddle up with a blanket, maybe turn on a light or two, and enjoy seven creepy mysteries that remain unsolved. 1. The Lake Bo...

The Best Lockers at Skutt Catholic

The Best Lockers at Skutt Catholic

Natalie Pearson, Staff Reporter

September 15, 2017


Filed under *Showcase, BirdFeed, Culture

When walking the halls of Skutt Catholic, colorful posters and whimsical slogans cover the front of almost every locker, each promoting some sport or extracurricular activity. Some are about football, others volleyball, but either way it's fun to see a cute personalized message on your locker when you...

Looking Back: How Far Seniors Have Come

Looking Back: How Far Seniors Have Come

Clara Pohlman, Social Media Editor

August 28, 2017


Filed under *Showcase, BirdFeed, Culture, Student Life

Goal getting and goal setting are important to keep in mind, especially as the school year winds back into motion. I wanted to know if students in the class of 2018 reached and/or remembered their goals coming into high school only four short years ago. Likewise, ask the newest members of our student b...

5 Video Games You Wish Were Still On Your iPad

5 Video Games You Wish Were Still On Your iPad

Ava Dreessen, Ad Manager/ Copy Editor

May 15, 2017


Filed under BirdFeed, Culture

With the integration of iPads in the classroom came a terror for teachers and their lectures alike: video games. Every student reminisces about that glorious time between iPad integration and that weird MDM app I can't delete when the App Store's plethora of time-wasters was just at our finger taps....

Annual Epidemic Plagues Skutt Catholic

Annual Epidemic Plagues Skutt Catholic

April 24, 2017


Filed under BirdFeed, Culture

Senioritis runs rampant in the halls of Skutt Catholic, leaving in its wake widespread lack of motivation and effort. This year's strain carries a new virus, afflicting much younger students with early onset Senioritis. The problem only continues to grow as the temperature rises and SkyHawks begin to...

Famous Last Words

Famous Last Words

Molly Gubbels, Entertainment Editor

April 24, 2017


Filed under BirdFeed, Column, Culture

They say you can't judge a book by its cover, but you can judge it by its words. Whether it be a person, a movie, a favorite novel or a play, the things that we often find to be most interesting are what the people say. About two years ago, I started compiling a list of all of my favorite quotes and it'...

Ten Reasons Why You Should Always Listen to Mrs. Kros

Ten Reasons Why You Should Always Listen to Mrs. Kros

Kayley Anderson, Editor in Chief

March 27, 2017


Filed under BirdFeed, Culture, Teacher Feature

For those of you who haven't had the pleasure of having a class taught by Mrs. Kros, you're probably unaware of her comedic prowess. In order to keep kids on their toes and listening during lectures, she often adds witty comments that make class an educational hoot. Here are ten timeless quotes by Mrs....

Vivace’s Best and Worst Facial Expressions of 2017

Vivace’s Best and Worst Facial Expressions of 2017

Nessa Woosley, Staff Morale Editor

March 13, 2017


Filed under BirdFeed, Clubs & Activities, Culture, Student Life

Facial expressions are arguably the most essential aspects of any show choir. Every performer has to work diligently on conveying the message each song perfectly on their face. Most of the time these expressions can relate to everyday happenings. Without further ado, here are the best and worst action...

What in Publication?: Best of the Newest Meme

What in Publication?: Best of the Newest Meme

Maria Miller, Birdfeed Editor

March 13, 2017


Filed under BirdFeed, Culture

You wouldn’t think that a poorly photoshopped cowboy hat paired with almost any word that ends in ‘ation’ would be funny, but that is where you are wrong. The newest meme plaguing everyone’s twitter feed is just that, and I, for one, am not mad about it. The style is simple and easily replicated,...

17 Quirky Quotes, Courtesy of Zoe Weland

17 Quirky Quotes, Courtesy of Zoe Weland

Hope Stratman, Copy Editor

March 13, 2017


Filed under BirdFeed, Culture, Student Life, Student Spotlight

Zoe Elizabeth Weland is one of the most endearingly odd people I know. This five-foot, eleven-inch tall junior is quiet when you first meet her, but be warned: if you become her friend, get ready for a whole lot of amazing, ingenious craziness. She is ridiculously witty and weird, so it's not surprising...

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