Donate to the virtual food drive hosted by the Principal Advisory Board.

Metea Month of Giving brings students together to participate in a virtual food drive

Iman Hamid November 11, 2020

The Metea Month of Giving, a virtual food drive event hosted by the Principal Advisory Board (PAB), is underway. Students can visit the Loaves and Fishes website to donate perishable food items to families...

A student stays safe during the global pandemic.

The Stampede teaser: COVID-19 stretches through the community and greatly affects students

Megan Drake, News Reporter November 10, 2020

There is no doubt that the school looks a little different this year. Students are starting to become more familiar with e-learning, as COVID-19 has been around for quite some time now. As Metea is approaching...

Updates on IPSD school board, e-learning, TCD virtual open house and clubs.

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News Department November 9, 2020

IPSD School Board (Jessica Velazquez)  Metea will host the Board of Education meeting tonight at 7 p.m. following COVID-19 restrictions. The school board has recently made changes to the District 204...

 The Aurora City Council voted in favor to purchase more riot gear but there are many who disagree with this decision.

The Stampede teaser: Implementation of riot gear for police reform sparks political debate in Aurora

Jessica Velazquez, News Editor November 9, 2020

The Aurora City Council voted in favor of purchasing 150 new sets of riot gear for police officers at their meeting in September by an 8-3 majority. The aldermen approved the decision after many people...

As the polling places began to close, each election judge had a responsibility in order to keep the process running efficiently.

Student election judges participate in the 2020 presidential election

Megan Drake, Headlines reporter November 6, 2020

 Seniors were able to register to be an election judge in DuPage County for the 2020 presidential election. Election judges have many important roles, such as overseeing the voting process and assisting...

District 204 implements a new Monday schedule to take in place of the old one created on Oct. 26.

District 204 high schools creates a new Monday schedule for remote and in person learning

Madison Moon and Iman Hamid November 6, 2020

A new Monday schedule was implemented by District 204 officials and high school principals. This new schedule was announced after the school board meeting that took place last Monday. It will replace the...

The plan of returning back to school has been an issue that is hard to follow through with due to the increase of COVID-19 cases, there is a pause on hybrid learning for now.

The pause in the hybrid learning plan creates uncertainty among students

Sydney Burleyson October 30, 2020

Since March 13, the plan of returning back to in-person learning has been a challenge to follow through with. Students were expecting to return to school this upcoming Monday. Due to the increase of COVID-19...

Early voting began on Oct. 19 and will end in Nov.2. Registered voters can go to early voting locations such as Fox Valley Mall or Naperville City Hall to cast their ballot.

How to cast your ballot: A government teacher’s encouraging advice to new voters

Iman Hamid October 28, 2020

2020 has been a chaotic year for politics. Due to social media, more teenagers are forming their opinions on the two presidential candidates, Joe Biden and Donald Trump. This year, there has been a surge...

 Mustang comedy keeps spirits up with a virtual improve show. Speaker Jake Zeitner shares how happy he is to be able to preform despite not being in person.

Mustang Comedy hosts their first show of the year

Madison Moon October 27, 2020

Mustang Comedy hosted its first improv show last Friday. They managed to deliver a great and fun comedy show virtually. Performances a variety of skits and improv games for viewers.  Since social gatherings...

This is a developing story. Dr. Talley and the school board will be reevaluating the situation in January.

Breaking: 204 pauses hybrid instruction plan due to increase of COVID-19 cases

Leland Pan, Online Editor-in-Chief October 26, 2020
Superintendent Dr. Adrian Talley delayed the start of hybrid learning, referencing the recent increase in COVID-19 cases in the community. He announced the change in a message to families Monday afternoon. All students will continue remote learning until at least Nov. 13. Some students with special needs, however, will continue receiving services from their schools.
Updates on IPSD school board, e-learning, TCD virtual open house and clubs.

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News Department October 26, 2020

IPSD School Board (Jessica Velazquez): The school board meeting was successfully held at Metea last week. The meeting followed COVID-19 related restrictions. Currently, the school board is monitoring...

The IPSD school board records their meetings which are then posted on their YouTube channel.

IPSD school board discusses their back to school plan

Sydney Burleyson October 21, 2020

The IPSD school board members gathered at Metea to discuss their goals and plan for reopening the schools last night. This is the first time that they have had an in-person meeting at the school since...

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