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A Guide to Winter Surfing

May 19, 2024

Who's brave enough to surf in the winter? River surfing in winter is actually pretty popular here in...

Teachers and Music

May 16, 2024

Several teachers around Salida High School not only have a passion for teaching, but a passion for music...

McFarland Aspires for MIT

May 16, 2024

Amid college and scholarship applications, one senior- Grace McFarland- has had some exciting news! She...


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Results: Healthy Kids Survey
Lucia Zettler, Photo and Website Editor • May 19, 2023

Recently, FYI (Family Youth Initiative) presented data from the Healthy Kids Colorado Survey that was taken by Salida High School Students in November 2021. These results have given great insight into...

Emily Webb, played by senior Rebecca Russell, panics, venting to her father Charles, played by Sophomore Ben Smith, about her upcoming wedding. Both were performing in the Salida High Schools Drama Team’s production of Our Town, on November 12, 13 and 14th. Russell has been acting for years, including four years with the Salida High School Drama Team. Some of her previous roles include Horatio in Hamlet and the Singing Telegram Girl in Clue. Ben Smith is a newcomer, and this is his second play at Salida High School.
"Our Town" Production
January 30, 2022
Football Alumni Gather for Anniversary

Makiah Parris, Sports Editor | November 6, 2021

On Saturday, October 16th, 2021, Salida High School was proud to welcome back our 1971 SHS football team to celebrate the commemorative 50-year anniversary of the State AA Championship game against the Monte Vista Pirates. SHS honored and represented the players of 1971 who dominated in 13 games leading to the state championship in their undefeated season. The team was led by head coaches...

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Sports Seasons Proceed

Lucia Zettler, Staff Reporter | April 1, 2021

Last fall, numerous sports were canceled or postponed. Now, the state has decided to approve sports, but they come with many variances. Sports have been sectioned into seasons A, B, C, and D. Season A contained fall sports that weren’t canceled, season B is winter sports, season C is mostly fall sports that were postponed in the fall, and season D includes spring sports. “It’s really weird...

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