The Prowl

The Prowl

COVID-19 changes daily life for all generations

Allie Wright, Staff Writer

April 7, 2020

All Spartanburg One schools are closed through the end of April 2020, per state mandate meaning that learning is now happening remotely rather than through a traditional setting.  High school teachers continue to push assign...

Helping students deal with trauma

Elizabeth Franklin, Staff Writer

March 24, 2020

For most students, high school is an extremely difficult time. Between stressful classes, trying relationships and countless other demanding commitments, these four years can take a massive toll. However, one hardship that can...

Coronavirus spreads to America

Ethan Onate, Staff Writer

March 5, 2020

The Coronavirus is a recent virus that has taken over the internet and sending people into a panic. It started in China and is continuing to spread.  To try to limit the spread of this newly discovered illness, the Chinese ...

Entreprenuership provides life lessons for students

MayLeigh Chapman, Staff Writer

March 3, 2020

Having trouble managing money? Will Maley’s Entrepreneurship class may be for you.  Students learn about the stock market, the best ways to save and get money fast and how to handle life in general. Students also have t...

Student safety is paramount

Ethan Onate, Staff Writer

February 12, 2020

School is a place that is supposed to be a safe and healthy environment. All of Chapman’s teachers and faculty are trained.  “The teachers know the protocols of concerns, being aware of things or people or situations t...

Basketball Senior Night

Basketball Senior Night

February 12, 2020

Hall Talk: Seth Tolman

January 30, 2020

Chapman piloting new Chromebooks

Ethan Onate, Staff Writer

January 30, 2020

Technology has tons of information that can help teachers and students be successful and accurate with their work.  At Chapman, students have used the same Chromebooks for over four years, but now the administration is co...

Combating the flu

Abbie Cleveland, Staff Writer

January 30, 2020

The flu has killed 60,000 people and hospitalized 120,000 during 2019-2020.    Thirty-nine of those deaths are children that are particularly vulnerable to the flu along with the elderly, according to ABC news.  The flu...

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