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STEM Academy tightens belt

The Umatilla School District’s after school program is facing changes at the start of next year.

UHS dogs, just because

The students at Umatilla High School may be wondering why in the world Alex and I asked everybody to send pictures of their dogs, if they had any. You may be thinking it's just because we wanted to see all the cute dogs.

Looking back at Prom 2017

Students dance the night away at the Umatilla High School prom 2017. The theme was “Once Upon a Time.” The prom court winners were, Katelyn Lorence, Cameron Sipe, Capriana Meinke, Nancy Ortiz, Felipe Barajas, Elijah Pine, Steven Ebker, and Tristan Cole. Winning prom queen Jeira Carrillo and prom king Salvador Alvarez.

USD after-school prepares to find out who has a green thumb

The Umatilla High School after-school program will be building a greenhouse - a building in which plants requiring regulated climatic changes are grown.

Calling Casey: Sick students

Casey, Help me. I’m a teacher of young men and women just weeks away from being thrown out into the “real world” but they have all contracted a serious illness: senioritis. How did this all start?

Column: Viking boys need volleyball

It is time that we add another sport to the Umatilla High School program: Men’s Volleyball.

Student of the Month Feature: Nikolas Schuening

Every month at Umatilla High School a select few are chosen to be Student of the Month. A lucky senior that earned the honor for February is Nikolas Schuening.

UHS decides between cats and dogs

The argument over dogs and cats has been around for ages. Some people prefer dogs because they are man's best friends and some people choose cats because they are independent.

Ticket to excellence at UHS

Wandering the halls of Umatilla High School, a big board filled with blue and orange tickets lays open for the naked eye to see. Students of all grade levels name’s are signed onto those cards given to them from staff members.

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