As times change, IHS adapts

IHS introduces new hybrid learning model By Colin Mosley Editor-in-Chief With the start of the school year in September came the ushering in of the new hybrid model of learning. This new model has forced students and teachers to adapt to a new form of schooling. The new model of learning now splits students into two groups who go into school on different days. The blue group goes into school on Mondays and Thursdays, while the gold group goes into school on Tuesdays and Fridays.  The new hybrid model has created a lot of new work for our teachers.“I knew … Continue reading As times change, IHS adapts

Students and administrators find ways to work together during protests

By Maddie Verhagen Sports Editor In 2016, San Francisco quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, knelt for the National Anthem to bring attention to police brutality against African Americans. This protest sent a shockwave through the professional sports world. In 2020, we are still riding the ripples sent by his simple yet emblematic action. Kaepernick’s message reverberated from professional sports down to high school sports. Young athletes began to imitate Kapernick by taking a knee during the anthem to protest police brutality. In past years, IHS athletes have exercised their first amendment rights and participated in this movement. In 2017, members of the … Continue reading Students and administrators find ways to work together during protests