2017 Senior Recognition Publications Award
Sponsor’s Award for Greatest Overall Contributions to First Circle 2017
Literary Excellence Award for Best Submission to First Circle 2017
Norse News Outstanding Staffer Awards
Nate Knox, Amy Murphy, Kamrine Walker
SAGA Outstanding Business Staffer Awards
Mary Cameron Blackstone, Taylor Winns
SAGA Outstanding Staff Awards
Olivia Reichwald, Cooper Young
SAGA Outstanding Journalistic Contribution Awards
Anna Grace Ellett, Hannah Stathakis
Kiara Briggs, Molly Holder, Claire Hudgens, Alex Poole, Jeremy Powers
All club, publications, and other group announcements that are to appear in The Weekly E-Newsletter should be turned in to Ms. Means by Thursday of each week. These announcements will be in the bulletin the following week. Each announcement must be written and signed by the faculty sponsor. Regular club meetings and athletic events will automatically appear. The E-Newsletter will be emailed to students, parents and teachers every Thursday of each week. .
The Principal’s Newsletter is published once per semester and the Parent Newsletter is emailed weekly to all SHS parents.
Spartanburg High School’s literary magazine, First Circle, is
published at the end of the year. This student magazine is
a compilation of literary works, art, and photography all
done by SHS students. NOTE: Ms. McCulley, Room 107C, is
the coordinator for all SHS student publications
Spartanburg High School newspaper is published on an
average of once a month. This scholastic newspaper
keeps students and patrons of SHS up-to-date on school
news and sports and also has special feature and human
interest stories. It also provides experience in journalistic
writing, editing, and business management to those
students interested. Tryouts for reporter positions are held
every fall. Co-Editors-in-Chief: Kate Copeland and Hannah Laura Jordan.
Spartanburg High School’s annual, the SAGA, is published
at the end of each school year. SAGA, primarily an assemblage
of pictures, serves as a permanent record of all
that has happened in school during the year. It contains individual
student and faculty pictures as well as pictures of
clubs, class beauties, and senior superlatives. The annual
staff is chosen similar to the way the newspaper staff is
chosen and meets in the SAGA offi ce daily. Co-Editors-in-
Chief: Anna Grace Ellett and Hannah Stathakis.
The cost for SAGA will be $70 at the beginning of the year,
increase to $75 by mid-year, and increase to $80 toward
the end of the year. Announcements will be made to
inform students of these price changes during the year.