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Lindsey Hall

Lindsey Hall

Lindsey is a junior and this is her first year in the Stampede. She is also involved in Best Buddies, Metea L.I.F.E Leaders, and Book club here at Metea. When she’s not writing, you can find her reading, listening to sad music, or rewatching old comfort films.

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There is a possibility of new social studies courses for the 2024-25 school year

Social studies department proposes a variety of potential new classes

January 20, 2023

The social studies department announced possible new courses for the 2024-25 school year. Students were asked to share their interest levels for each potential class, which will play a determining role...

Metea will have a new principal that will be approved at the next board meeting.

Breaking news: District 204 administrators recommend Daniel DeBruckyer for MV principal

December 16, 2022

Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Education Dr. Nicole Howard sent out an email to the Metea Valley community Friday afternoon, announcing the recommendation of Daniel DeBrucker to become Metea Valley’s...

 Overwhelming conditions can lead to increased stress among students.

Mental health days help students focus on their emotional wellness

December 16, 2022

With the approach of final exams, many students are reporting elevated stress levels and anxiety. Mental health days serve as an available tool to allow students time to recharge and focus on their emotional...

As a result of increased student absences, emptier classrooms have become more common.

Student absence rates are on the rise

December 7, 2022

As the end of semester one approaches, a surge in the number of student absences has been reported. After returning from COVID-19-affected school years, some students are concerned about the recent trends. According...

The number of fights have decreased this school year.

Fights this school year have significantly decreased

December 6, 2022

Fewer Metea students have been getting in fights this year, according to Principal Darrell Echols. After a return to a more “normal” school semester, Echols connects the decrease in fights to the new...

Voters cast their ballots in public polling stations.

A recap on the midterm election

November 11, 2022

The 2023 midterm elections determined congressional and local positions in the government.  Illinois voting took place in polling stations across the state on Nov. 8, or, before election day through mail-in...

The Student Voice Committee encourages representation of all school activities through display cases around Metea.

Student advocacy prioritized during an equity lunch-and-learn

October 26, 2022

The Student Voice Committee hosted a lunch-and-learn centered around student belonging, which invited students to discuss multiple Metea-related issues. The discussion was part of a wider initiative to...

Developments Have Been Made in the Fight Against COVID-19

Developments Have Been Made in the Fight Against COVID-19

October 7, 2022

In a 60-minute interview on Sep. 18, President Joe Biden made an unanticipated announcement on the status of COVID-19, declaring the pandemic over. Although the President acknowledged the continual presence...

Mustangs Gear up for Spirit Week

Mustangs Gear up for Spirit Week

September 15, 2022

Metea Valley’s “out of this world” homecoming dance is approaching fast. The student government announced the themes for spirit week at the beginning of September. the first of many school-wide festivities...

District 204 Covid Cases are on the Rise

District 204 Covid Cases are on the Rise

September 8, 2022

District 204 reported a sharp rise in positive COVID-19 cases throughout the week of 8/30-9/6. In the week alone, 285 cases were confirmed across all district schools, bringing the total to 449 positive...

ALICE training has a course for parents to understand its principles.

ALICE Training Is Now Available to Parents

September 2, 2022

District 204 announced an online ALICE training course tailored to parents and guardians to achieve an understanding of the ALICE principles. The course is led by Navigate 360, which trains schools and...

Reading translated literature spreads the voices of a variety of people and is a pathway to self-education.

Reading translated literature is more important than ever

September 1, 2022

Known to only a fraction of students, Aug. serves as Woman in Translation Month for the literary world. The purpose of this celebratory month is to elevate the international stories of women as well as...

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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