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Chloe Stables

Chloe Stables

Chloe Stables is a Sophomore and first year reporter for the Stampede. She enjoys traveling, playing soccer, and spending time with friends and family.

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The course selection process causes students to stress about their future classes

Guidance counselors offer advice to students who stress about course selection

January 24, 2023

With the start of the second semester comes the course selection process in which students will decide what classes to take next year. There are many things to consider while choosing classes. Students...

Mustang 30 offers students the opportunity to converse with teachers or take a study hall break

The return of Mustang 30 will be beneficial for students

January 18, 2023

Mustang 30 will return for the first time since the pandemic on Wednesday, Jan. 25. Although the policy started in 2019, Mustang 30 was terminated during quarantine. Now that Metea has returned to a level...

Many popular English books have been translated for foreign students to enjoy

School library purchases foreign language books to encourage students from all backgrounds to read

December 15, 2022

For some, moving across the world and joining a new school can be challenging, especially with a language barrier. The library is actively working to diversify its book selection and encourage students...

Gully, one of the therapy dogs that came to Metea, lies comfortably as the students exit the room.

Therapy dogs serve as stress relievers for students

December 2, 2022

Volunteers in the Metea community bring in therapy dogs on the first Thursday of every month. This past Thursday, students were able to spend time with the therapy dogs during their lunch period. As the...

The search for a replacement principal has taken place as Dr. Echols plans to retire.

The search for a new principal begins amid Echols’ last year

November 13, 2022

Darrell Echols has been the principal of Metea Valley high school for the past eight years and plans to retire at the end of this school year. Although Echols’s legacy is irreplaceable, the search to...

A student gets their blood drawn at a drive hosted by the Aspiring Health Professionals.

The Aspiring Health Professionals Club exceeds expectations for blood drive

November 3, 2022

The Aspiring Health Professionals Club is a hands-on club that inspires students to take initiative in exploring the medical field. The club works to prepare students who are interested in pursuing health...

The Grow Your Own Teacher program encourages students to pursue a career in teaching in District 204.

The grow your own teacher program inspires students to become educators

October 19, 2022

The grow-your-own-teacher program is a district-wide initiative aimed to encourage students to become educators. The program has only been around for two years and is district-led. Currently, the program...

The Citizens of Metea held a candidate forum in the LMC on Wednesday, Oct. 5.

Citizens of Metea club hosts candidate forum

October 13, 2022

This past week, students from the Citizens of Metea Valley, a non-partisan political action club encouraged Waubonsie and Metea students to attend the candidate fair on Wednesday, Oct. 5 at Metea. The...

Dr. Darrell Echols, the principal of Metea Valley for the past eight years, will be retiring at the end of the school year.

Dr. Echols reflects on his time at Metea during his last year as principal

October 6, 2022

Darrell Echols has been the principal at Metea Valley high school since 2014 and plans to retire at the end of the 2022-2023 school year. Echols believes that the past eight years working at Metea have...

Students gather at and around the DJ at the homecoming dance.

Mosh pit and music are popular homecoming highlights

September 27, 2022

As the homecoming season comes to an end, Metea Valley students enjoyed their time dancing and socializing at this year’s dance. Homecoming has a well-known reputation for being a night to remember....

Guide Right chairman Bob Engram helps students get on track for college

The Guide Right Program encourages students to attend college

September 23, 2022

For some students, attending college has always been a priority because of the extensive education you receive and the many new experiences that follow. For others, going to college is a nonviable option...

Students were able to shine a spotlight on their clubs during the Activity Fair

Students showcase their clubs in the activity fair

September 9, 2022

This year’s activity fair took place on Thursday, Sept. 8, allowing students the opportunity to pursue their interests while contributing to the school community. Over 70 clubs participated in this event,...

The expectations for students this upcoming school year

The expectations for students this upcoming school year

August 5, 2022

Walking inside the local Target to find a section of school supplies can only mean one thing. School is approaching sooner than expected. For some students, it can be difficult to change their mindset...

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