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Mikai Tasch

Mikai Tasch, Social Media Editor-in-Chief

My name is Mikai Tasch, and I am a senior. I am the Social Media Editor-in-Chief for the Pony Express Newspaper. Clubs I participate in are Yearbook, Link Crew, and I also take art classes. I have previously taken drum lessons and been on the SAHS Student Council. I love practicing my drums and keyboard, baking, drawing, painting, biking, watching shows and movies on Netflix and Disney+, catching up on the news, walking my dog, and so much more. This year, I am most looking forward to helping students produce great newspaper stories.

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Senior Mikai Tasch is the social media Editor-in-Chief and copy editor for the Pony Express. He planned on going to the University of Minnesota- Twin Cities for civil engineering.

Federal minimum wage should increase amid high inflation

Mikai Tasch, Social Media Editor-in-Chief and Copy Editor
May 3, 2022
Junior Sara Norton gets gas at the Kwik Trip in Oak Park Heights on March 23. Gas was $3.99/gallon at this location.

Gas prices skyrocket unlike ever before

Mikai Tasch, Social Media Editor-in-Chief and Copy Editor
April 19, 2022
Anna Shore checks out groceries as Ella Walsh bags groceries at Kowalski’s Markets in Oak Park Heights on Oct. 31.

Supply chain issues create problems with holiday season

Mikai Tasch, Social Media Editor-in-Chief
November 16, 2021
Union Rooftop Bar and Grill in downtown Minneapolis on March 26. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are plexiglass barriers between tables, non-reusable paper menus, and masks are to be worn by all staff and customers when not actively eating or drinking.

COVID-19’s lasting affects

Mikai Tasch, Social Media Editor
April 23, 2021
Special education teacher Dusty Dennis received the Covid-19 vaccine on Jan. 28 in the Twin Cities to help prevent himself and others from getting Covid-19. This vaccination card is a record of getting the vaccine.

Covid-19 vaccine prioritizes teachers

Mikai Tasch, Social Media Editor
March 5, 2021
Captured in this photo is the varsity football team practicing for their game against White Bear on Oct. 9. They are practicing on one of the many practice fields, located in the back of the school. As seen in the photo, the coaches have masks or face coverings on, along with some of the parents and family members watching the practice.

Football moves to fall amid coronavirus

Mikai Tasch, Social Media Editor
November 5, 2020
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