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The Student News Site of Shorewood High School

Shorewood Ripples

The Student News Site of Shorewood High School

Shorewood Ripples

Two Shorewood students awarded in NMSC

Two Shorewood students awarded in NMSC

Catalina Perez December 2, 2023

Out of more than 16,000 students nationwide, two Shorewood seniors, Sonia Bendre and Robert Gronert, have been awarded the status of National Merit Semifinalist in the 2024 National Merit Scholarship competition.  Every...

New club brings light to Latine culture

Lucy Kuhnen-Grooms November 13, 2023

One of many new clubs popping up around SHS going into the 23-24 school year, Latinos Unidos aims to bring people interested or involved in Latino culture together. “The one thing I saw that was lacking...

Feminist club holds annual product drive

Tyndall Talley and Noa Biener November 13, 2023

As the 2023-24 school year begins, Shorewood High School’s Feminist club has started off on another positive note. The club, led by four juniors, helps to encourage positive feminism by educating...

Changes made to district staff positions

Sophie Hanna, Esme Kleban, and Masha Sizova September 24, 2023

Keith Roberts:    Due to a change of staff in Shorewood School District’s curriculum, Keith Roberts, coach of baseball and football, is now a new Physical Education teacher at both SHS and...

CIEE students travel abroad during summer

Ashley Slomann and Lifang Zhang September 24, 2023

During the summer of 2023, Shorewood High School’s participation in the CIEE program was underway once again. For many, stronger communication and collaboration skills were built, along with getting...

SIS welcomes new principal Tiara Rogers

Aud Jenkins, Aiko Levick, Ana Phiester, and LeeAnn Hawkins September 23, 2023

Transition is underway at SIS as it welcomes Tiara Rodgers into the position of principal. From starting her educational career as a middle school English teacher to acting in administrative roles in school...

Retiring teachers reflect on their time at SHS

Sebastian Pollock June 8, 2023

After years of service, the time has come to bid a fond farewell to three retiring teachers who have left indelible marks on the lives of countless students. As they embark on the next chapter of their...

New and improved location for Prom 2023

New and improved location for Prom 2023

Andrina Roberts June 8, 2023

As Prom Court makes a comeback, students appreciate the adjustment This year’s Prom, which was held on April 22 at GATHER at Deer District, included both traditions and new changes, like the decision...

Biology teacher applies real life skills to class

Ashley Slomann February 19, 2023

Traci Murphy has been a science teacher in Shorewood for four years. Originally from New Jersey, she has lived in several states including Vermont, New York, Kansas, Washington State and Wisconsin.  Murphy...

Brad Lichtenstein (left) and Claude Motley (right) pose at the Emmy Awards

The one and only Brad Lichtenstein, legendary filmmaker

Jillian Beaster and Maya Schmaling February 19, 2023

This year, Brad Lichtenstein, professional filmmaker and Shorewood resident, won a 2022 Emmy Award for ‘Exceptional Merit In Documentary Filmmaking.’ From the age of 15, Lichtenstein expressed interest...

courtesy Jillian Beaster

YRU prepares for annual Black History Month presentation

Jillian Beaster February 19, 2023

Entering February, Youth Rising Up, an advocacy club at Shorewood, is excited to present their annual Black History Month presentation.  Juniors MaHailey Stephens and Bella Busby are co-presidents...

AP Chemistry takes on exciting new lab

Jenna Abu-Zahra, Ashley Slomann February 19, 2023

AP Chemistry teacher Kristopher King is currently working with his students to explore how chemists can use precise math and data, along with a handy bunsen burner, in order to identify an unknown substance. “We...