Speech and Debate team members junior Shawn Zouzel and senior Jorda Harlow qualified for nationals.Read More
Most teachers at Marshfield High School take on more responsibilities than those in the everyday classroom. There are quite a few who take on and run the clubs that are offered at the school, are involved in sports, or help with the constant flux of fundraisers. Among these teachers, those that take on extra duties and spend their valuable time investing in Marshfield extracurricular activities, are a few who go above and beyond what is expected.Read More
After the retirement of long time art teacher, Jeff Jacobson, the Marshfield Art Program is now being taught by a new artist who plans on taking a new approach to the curriculum.
This new teacher is Heidi Ositis. Ositis grew up in the Salem area. There, she lived a positive childhood alongside her two siblings. With one of her brothers being older and one younger, she was the middle child in her family.Read More
Who is LaVar Ball?
If watching ESPN or any other sports channel, people would have heard about LaVar Ball and his three sons: Lonzo, a rookie and second overall draft pick in the NBA, Liangelo, who is a freshman at UCLA, and Lamelo, who is one of the top high school basketball prospects in the United States.Read More
Chinese culture is very different than American culture as junior Senlin Luo knows very well.
Being a new student at a new school is hard enough, but for a foreign exchange student, the challenge can be terrifying. Luo, who is from Chongqing, China, and has been using music to ease this transition. He aspires to use music to help people when he grows older and he feels the best way to do that is in America.Read More
The Hearts and Hands annual craft sale features local artists’ and crafters’ work, showcasing their art once a year during the late fall just in time for the holidays. This year’s sale is located at Pony Village Mall until late December, from 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. on weekends and until 8 p.m. on weekdays.Read More