Scrumptious Statistics: Thanksgiving Survey Results

Scrumptious Statistics: Thanksgiving Survey Results

Sarah (Sunhyoung) Bang, Student Life Editor

November 23, 2016

A survey was taken on Friday, November 18th, asking students from all grade levels about their Thanksgiving traditions, food choices, and activities. The most popular food choice was surprisingly not the traditional Turkey dish, but mashed potatoes and gravy. Heartwarmingly, the most popular activity to do on Thanksgiving was catching up with family members. Breezes wishes everyone a happy Thanksgiving!

Ways to De-Stress: Four Easy, Simple Tips to Make Life Easier

Ways to De-Stress: Four Easy, Simple Tips to Make Life Easier

Seth Johnson, Staff Writer

October 29, 2016

It's the beginning of the school year, and sometimes it can be a little difficult to readjust to the academic lifestyle. Here are some tips and advice for staying focused and healthy as we move into November. Stay Active: Minnetonka is a great school for physical fitness because it offers so man...

How to Survive the First Semester

How to Survive the First Semester

Sydney Moser and Isabella Bennett

October 19, 2016

Wherever you fall, here's some of the advice we've been able to gather from students who came before you. May you follow in their footsteps, or learn from their mistakes!

Principal Erickson Stresses MHS Values

Principal Erickson Stresses MHS Values

Alia Arellanes, Editor-in-Chief

September 30, 2016

When looking to summarize the 90-page “Skipper Log” which details the school’s vast policies, rules, guidelines, and values, Principal Jeff Erickson chose to coin the phrases “1. Do the right thing and 2. Represent us well” as the school’s core values. To many, these core values may seem...

Where to Turn in Times of Tragedy

Where to Turn in Times of Tragedy

Alia Arellanes, Editor-in-Chief

September 28, 2016

Tragedy is never expected, nor is it ever timely or painless. In times of tragedy and loss, grief is often our innate response. We all mourn in our own ways and at our own pace, and it is vital to recognize and respect these differences to allow others to heal. If you are experiencing any signs of grief, know there is support. You are not alone. Guidance is here and readily available, but if you would rather seek help outside of the school building, please consider going to one of the many organizations in the Twin Cities area that offer support groups for those who need a little extra help coping with the loss of a loved one.

Thanksgiving jokes and riddles to get you in the spirit

Thanksgiving jokes and riddles to get you in the spirit

Zoe Vogel, Back Page Editor

November 17, 2015

Why did the scarecrow win the Nobel Prize? (Because he was out standing in his field!)What is a scarecrow's favorite fruit? (Straw-berries!)If April showers bring May flowers, what do May flowers bring? (Pilgrims!) What should you wear to Thanksgiving dinner? (A har-vest!)If the Pilgrims w...

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