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METEA MEDIA

Your World. Your Stories. Everyday.

METEA MEDIA

Students showcase their clubs in the activity fair
Students are feeling positive about this year’s theater program
New bathroom policies spark discussion among students
Metea electives offer opportunities to discover passion

Metea electives offer opportunities to discover passion

May 27, 2022

Underclassmen have until May 27 to finalize their course selection for the 2022-2023 school year. Electives are an important part of the highschool experience because they...

Surviving Assault: The obstacles to coming forward about sexual abuse

Surviving Assault: The obstacles to coming forward about sexual abuse

May 26, 2022

The name of the student mentioned has been changed for this article since they are candidly discussing sexual abuse in depth. This article candidly discusses sexual assault. “I...

Theater students celebrate with an end of the year red carpet themed banquet

Theater students celebrate with an end of the year red carpet themed banquet

May 18, 2022

The end of the year is almost here, and students are wrapping up their in-school activities. Following the well-performed shows of “CLUE: on stage,” Winter Scenes, and...

Best Buddies creates a fun and friendly environment for all members

Best Buddies creates a fun and friendly environment for all members

May 10, 2022

Best Buddies is a nationwide organization built upon friendship. Metea’s Best Buddies pairs a student with an intellectual or developmental disability with another Metea...

College Myths: Separating Fact from Fiction

College Myths: Separating Fact from Fiction

May 9, 2022

In a few weeks, over 700 seniors are graduating in Metea’s class of 2022. Some may enlist in the military. But most students will attend a four-year university, and many...

Metea Mic’d fosters growth and competition for poets

Metea Mic’d fosters growth and competition for poets

May 2, 2022

Metea Mic’d is a poetry club that participates in slam poetry competitions, coaches each other’s poetry, and interacts with creative writers from all different corners...

Humans of Metea: Andrew Toniolo

Humans of Metea: Andrew Toniolo

April 22, 2022

Andrew Toniolo is the new choir teacher this year. He teaches Music Production, Bass Chorus, Treble Choir, Chamber Singers, and also serves as a director for Metea’s a cappella...

Citizens of Metea: Student voices project on important topics

Citizens of Metea: Student voices project on important topics

April 21, 2022

Citizens of Metea is a club that allows students to get involved in their community. It is an outlet to voice opinions from each member. Specifically, this club encourages...

School versus sleep: Which is more important?

School versus sleep: Which is more important?

April 18, 2022

As the bell rings to begin first period at 7:25, bleary-eyed teenagers stumble over their feet into the classrooms. Many of them then lay their heads down and close their...

Deaf history is American history

Deaf history is American history

April 14, 2022

“Deaf History Month to me recognizes all of the accomplishments of deaf individuals throughout history and It helps current deaf individuals, especially deaf students, recognize...

Performers in ‘A Chorus Line’ gear up for upcoming performances

Performers in ‘A Chorus Line’ gear up for upcoming performances

April 12, 2022

Metea Valley will be hosting its first live spring musical from April 21 to April 23 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. The musical will be ‘A Chorus Line,’ and over 80 actors,...

Mustangs share their spring break adventures

Mustangs share their spring break adventures

April 6, 2022

Walking to class on the first day back from spring break, students shared what they did with their week off. Whether it was a much-needed vacation or simply spending time...

Month of war takes its toll

Month of war takes its toll

March 26, 2022

“When I first saw that Russia was declaring war on Ukraine, it did not hit me right away,” Lisle High School junior Nick Yasinski said. “It is just a really atrocious thing that is happening right now. It is a lot to deal with.”

An end of the season celebration: Speech team celebrates their accomplishments

An end of the season celebration: Speech team celebrates their accomplishments

March 25, 2022

Last night, the Speech Team celebrated their 2021-2022 season together at the Stonebridge Country Club. During the ceremony, members received awards, took photos, and...

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The Guide Right Program encourages students to attend college
Humans of Metea: Rachel Byrne
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Ananya Gondesi closes the curtain on her junior year while stage managing

Ananya Gondesi closes the curtain on her junior year while stage managing

May 3, 2022

Humans of Metea: Roman Newhouse

Humans of Metea: Roman Newhouse

March 22, 2022

Humans of Metea: Jo Jadhav

Humans of Metea: Jo Jadhav

March 18, 2022

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