Meet Piper! Piper is a 9 ½ year old German Shepherd who still thinks she is a puppy (even though she is way past that stage in her life). Piper likes to play with a stuffed candy cane that squeaks. She currently has a pile… Read More
This past October 10th, Sophomores and Juniors across the United States participated in the PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test/ National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test), a nation wide standardized test issued in school by the College Board. This test serves the purpose of assessing students skills… Read More
“Freshman class is not only a grade, but one fourth of our Matignon Community”
By: Abigail Stiltner
The new block day schedule has just been incorporated into our school. On Thursdays and Wednesdays all mods are an hour and a half long. On Wednesdays we have just the first four mods. If we were to attend all our mods that school day… Read More
Recently, Matignon High School proposed a schedule change for the 2018-2019 year. There were a few hiccups before it transformed into the schedule students have been enjoying for the past month. Though it was popular enough to make its way into the current school year,… Read More
Thursday, April 12, 2018 marked the induction of 7 juniors and 30 sophomores into Matignon branch of the National Honor Society. The ceremony started out with the procession music being played by Frodoe Cui, a member of the Matignon class of 2018, while the officers,… Read More
When groups of intelligent minds join together to stand up for what they believe in, incredible things can happen. This proved to be true on March 15th, 2018 when a group of students from our school joined together to walk out in support of stricter gun legislation. The student walkouts that have been occurring across the nation recently are intended to let government officials know that the youth of America is more powerful than they may assume, and that we have a message that needs to be listened to. This has become more than an issue of politics, and instead it has become an issue of innocent lives being taken.
What blew me away most about the walkout was the overwhelming support the staff gave its students. In many schools across the country, teachers were punishing students for their peaceful walkouts, but we were extremely lucky and blessed to have teachers and administration who understand their students are merely trying to make a difference in the world around them, and are willing to support them as they do so.
Being part of this walkout and seeing the overwhelming support from the students and staff greatly warmed my heart. A special thank you to my fellow students who organized the march, to all the brave souls who gave touching speeches, to everyone that participated, and to our very supportive faculty. This walkout gave me hope that by uniting together we can all make a difference.