The Pony Express

Senior Sophia Heidke scans her ticket with a ticketing worker to enter the varsity football game.
HomeTown Ticketing replaces paper tickets
Katie Kangas, Layout Editor-in-Chief • November 13, 2021

“Ting” chimes the iPod. “You’re good to go,” the ticket person said. This is the sound of a new process for ticketing at all school events called HomeTown Ticketing. The Minnesota State High School League, of which Stillwater Area High School is a member, made the switch this school year to online ticketing and encouraged all members to follow suit. SAHS uses the app HomeTown Ticketing...

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Class sizes average 30 to 40 students. If the first levy question on Nov. 2 fails to pass, class sizes are expected to grow by ten to twelve kids.
School Board poses two levy questions Nov. 2
Abby Thibodeau, Layout Editor-in-Chief • October 20, 2021

The current operating levy expires this fall and the School Board is asking the community to renew it. Polling stations are welcoming citizens to vote on this referendum and other local elections on Nov. 2. The first question posed by the School Board involves the operating costs of the district. The current operating levy has been in place since 2013. Therefore, the administration suggests the...

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