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The official student-run newspaper publication at GEHS.

The Blazer

The official student-run newspaper publication at GEHS.

The Blazer

The official student-run newspaper publication at GEHS.

The Blazer

Humans of GEHS

Time For Everything

Time For Everything

Luis Briseno, Guest Writer Apr 8, 2024

Being in a sport is a hard thing to do that takes time and dedication, that is a challenge Addison Berg, a freshman has decided to take. Playing a sport takes time and still,  Berg has taken the challenge...

Faith

Faith

Addison Berg, Guest Writer Apr 8, 2024

A boy interested in many different things talks about his faith. What he does with his church and how he is involved with his school. Luis, a sophomore, likes interior design and cooking, most at this...

Passion for Cars

Passion for Cars

Laila Fraher, Guest Writer Apr 8, 2024

While most high school students are wrapped up in extracurriculars like physical activities, there is one that some students may not think about, automotive. People like Lindsay Aldridge are not interested...

Has Gingerism Found Its Way Into GEHS?

Michael Williams Seybert, Reporter Mar 7, 2024

As St. Patrick’s Day nears closer, red-haired individuals and those with Irish roots grow weary of the stigma that comes with being ginger. According to TRTWorld, “Given the suicides of bullied...

For the Love of Soccer

For the Love of Soccer

Taryn Schiller, Guest Writer Feb 14, 2024

Soccer is a very active sport people must train hard for. Brianna shares her struggles, as well as the highlights Brianna has been playing soccer since the age of 6 or 7. She mentioned how playing...

With a love for playing games

With a love for playing games

Luis Briseno, Guest Writer Feb 14, 2024

One thing people like to do with family and friends is play games. “I like playing games,” sophomore Kenyah Paul said. Some schools have clubs that let you play games with your friends and you...

Gretal Shelton Takes on Two Roles at GEHS

Gretal Shelton Takes on Two Roles at GEHS

Parker Fales, Reporter Feb 6, 2024

Many students face the result of having a new teacher halfway through the school year after an unexpected event involving a previous teacher who had to step down after some unfortunate events. Former 10th-grade...

Jonas Pippitt

Award-Winning GEHS Math Teacher

John Richards, Reporter Feb 5, 2024

Jonas Pippitt has been teaching at Gardner for two years. For those two years he has taught Algebra one and Algebra two. He says that his inspiration to teach is the teachers he has had in the past. “I...

Megan Clark in her classroom

A New Teacher Here at GEHS: Megan Clark

Mahlet Samuel, Reporter Jan 29, 2024

There is a new addition to our GEHS staff this semester, a new English and teen leadership teacher, Megan Clark. Clark was just recently hired for these positions, specifically working with both freshmen...

Brenda Helmick working hard.

Showing Thanks to our Favorite Lunch Ladies

Maci Shafer, Editor in Chief Nov 18, 2023

Thanksgiving is right around the corner and at GEHS everyone is very thankful for the hardworking and caring lunch ladies. The lunch ladies work hard every day to keep everyone fed and happy.  They...

Fleer in his classroom

Ben Fleer Creating an Environment He Wish He Had

Addie Reiter, Editor in Chief Nov 6, 2023

Ben Fleer is an interrelated resource teacher here at GEHS. An interrelated resource teacher is a special education teacher who works with students that are the “least intensive degree of special education.”  “So...

Freshman Dreams of Owning a Store

Freshman Dreams of Owning a Store

David Torres, Guest Writer Nov 5, 2023

If Luis Jimenez could describe himself with one word, he would use the word,“loud”. However, many of the people close to him would say Jimenez is always the life of the party wherever he goes. “People...

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