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McIntosh Trail - The Student News Site of McIntosh High School

Don't Miss a Minute of McIntosh.

McIntosh Trail - The Student News Site of McIntosh High School

Don't Miss a Minute of McIntosh.

McIntosh Trail - The Student News Site of McIntosh High School

As of Jan. 25, 2022 masks will be optional for students and faculty in Fayette County Public Schools.
Fayette County Announces "Mask Optional" as of Jan. 25, 2022
Zara Morgan, Managing Editor/Features Editor • January 25, 2022

As of Tues. Jan. 25, Fayette County Public Schools will no longer be requiring masks in indoor facilities. Fayette County believes that since the case numbers for COVID have...

January COVID Report
Alise Morawsky, Staff Writer • January 24, 2022

Pictured on the left is an image of what snowfall looked lin on Jan. 17. Picutred on the right is an image of the aftermath of high wind aptitudes in the courtyard.
Peachtree City Sees Snow for First Time in Four Years
Morgan Green, Staff Writer • January 18, 2022

When it comes to Georgia weather, there is no doubt that it can range from mid 70s Monday and drop to 50 degrees by Friday. Although Georgia faces very cold temperatures,...

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The Knitting and Crochet Clubs first meeting will be held on Jan. 25 after school in Room 122.
Knitting and Crochet Club
Zara Morgan, Managing Editor/Features Editor • January 24, 2022
This semester, McIntosh will be introduced to the new Knitting and Crochet Club. The Knitting and Crochet
Senior Zara Morgan stresses over all the tasks that she needs to get done including homework and extracurricular activities.
Why the First Semester of Senior Year is so Challenging
Jordyn Mobley, Editor in Chief/A&E Editor • November 30, 2021
The first semester of senior year is jam packed for many students. Between college applications, extracurricular
Fast Fifty with Aaron Rafter
Mason Kelso, Zara Morgan, and Jordyn Mobley November 18, 2021
Why School Lunches Are Free This Year
Estrella Jones, Staff Writer • October 30, 2021
For the 2021-2022 school year, all schools in Fayette County will be providing lunch and breakfast for
We Asked, You Answered.
We Asked, You Answered.
Jordyn Mobley, Editor in Chief/A&E Editor • October 29, 2021
On Monday, Oct. 25, 2021, the mask mandate that had been put in place for all schools in Fayette County
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Senior Emeka Illoh makes the tying shot putting the Chiefs and the Panthers at overtime.
The Battle of The Bubble
Morgan Green, Staff Writer • January 25, 2022
The intensity that filled the gym Saturday afternoon was indescribable. It was the last rival game for seniors and the most memorable victory students
OPINION: Pink Out vs. America at the MHS vs. Whitewater game
OPINION: Pink Out vs. America at the MHS vs. Whitewater game
Morgan Green, Staff Writer • October 8, 2021
For the past few years, McIntosh has had at least one Pink Out during football season. Pink out usually takes place in the month of October which is Breast
McIntosh XC boys varsity runners running to the finish line.
Heading to the Finish Line
Nakia Harmon , Opinions Editor • October 1, 2021
The McIntosh XC season kicked off on Aug. 21 as the McIntosh XC girls’ and boys’ runners competed in the Mercy Invitational. The meet was hosted by
The McIntosh Chiefs take the field just prior to the beginning of the game.
The Streak Is Over: McIntosh Football Wins the "Fight for 54"
Landon Wilde , News Editor • September 9, 2021
On Fri Sept. 3, the Mcintosh Chiefs played against the Fayette County Tigers for “The Fight of 54.” The Chiefs were able to hold their lead and claim
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Illustration courtesy of Disney press kit
Encanto Movie Review
Lulu Vitulo and Savannah Hayes January 26, 2022

“Encanto”, Disney’s 60th animated feature, is a wonderfully diverse and enchanting film. Catchy...

Betty Whites Death
Betty White's Death
Chloe Torrechilla January 16, 2022

On Dec. 31st the world received news about the passing of beloved American actress Betty White at the...

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OPINION - We Should Go Back to Distance Learning
Audrey Zimmerman January 26, 2022
COVID-19 has taken an immense hit on every-day life. Businesses, schools, government buildings and large events all have new mandates and restrictions
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