You may think your pack has your back… But does it really?

You may think your pack has your back… But does it really?

Abby Schindel, Feature Editor

We are officially back to school, and with that comes the beauty that is school supplies. The colorful pens and the variety of notebooks and folders could make anyone jump with excitement, even if it’s only the middle of July. But with that excitement comes the two extra notebooks and a 36 pen set that will never be used, making your backpack so much heavier. Having a heavy backpack puts a lot of unnecessary stress on your back and shoulder muscles.

September 29, 2017

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Student Government plans for October

Student Government plans for October

Liam Boris, Social Media Manager

Our Student Government planned and executed a perfect Homecoming week and dance which kickstarted the year amazingly. What else exactly does Student Government do after Homecoming? Besides planning the dances (Homecoming, Sweethearts, and Prom), Student Government prepares a lot for this school and we should appreciate their hard effort. I spoke with Faith Quist ('20) and Chris Tadros ('19) who are both representatives for the sophomore and junior class, respectively.

September 29, 2017

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Attack on the arts: Why art programs struggle and why they matter

Attack on the arts: Why art programs struggle and why they matter

After spending a short amount of time around Minnetonka High School, one would most likely be familiar with “The Four A’s” the administration loves to advocate for: Activities, Academics, Arts, and Athletics. Although hearing this mantra repeated dozens of times throughout the year might be the norm for Minnetonka students, it is rather unusual that such a phrase includes “Arts” at all, especially when compared to the struggle that arts programs face nation-wide to earn recognition and funding.

September 29, 2017

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Staff Profile

Erik Maas
Erik Maas

Deputy Photo Editor

Hi, my name is Erik Maas. I am the new Photography Deputy Manager. This is my first year as Breezes staff. I have some new and exciting ideas for all the new breezes issues. In my free time, you’ll usually...

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