Dance Team takes 18th at IHSA State

By Ryan Ingold The Batavia Dance Team is headed to the IHSA state competition, and will hit the floor Jan. 31. The Bulldogs earned their state bid with a fifth-place finish at More »

What I have learned working as a stagehand

By Ben Budke Theater at Batavia High School has always been held with high esteem by the school and the students, especially those who dedicate themselves to the show. I’ve seen that More »

Batavia High School welcomes Winterfest 2020

By Kyle Neibch and Allie Perez Batavia High School will welcome “Winterfest,” an activity for students to express themselves in a safe place, this year for the first time. Winterfest is completely More »

Anthony Guido: Artist of The Week

By Irulan Riley The Spectator had the pleasure of interviewing Anthony Guido, our artist of the week. Anthony has made several art pieces and has developed a unique sense of style.    More »

NEWS: ‘Tee Off for Turf’ deemed a success

By Ben Budke On Sun., Jan. 19, Batavia Boosters invited adults to golf at TopGolf to raise money in order to help pay for Batavia high school’s purchase of turf. More than More »

 

Batavia Girls Softball Preview

Batavia Girls Softball Preview    Head coach: Coach Torry Pryor Years coaching at BHS:  Head Coach for two years Asst. coach: Kelly Rosmonowski and Jeff Sortino   Last season’s highlights: Last season the team beat Geneva twice and St Charles

Dance Team takes 18th at IHSA State

By Ryan Ingold The Batavia Dance Team is headed to the IHSA state competition, and will hit the floor Jan. 31. The Bulldogs earned their state bid with a fifth-place finish at the Geneva sectional this past Saturday, Jan. 25.

What I have learned working as a stagehand

By Ben Budke Theater at Batavia High School has always been held with high esteem by the school and the students, especially those who dedicate themselves to the show. I’ve seen that there is a large selection of actors and

Q&A with former Batavia Athletes- Glenn Albanese & Michael Jansey Jr.

By Ryan Ingold and Kyle Neibch Over the years, Batavia has produced great athletes from Division-I caliber players to very good Division-III players. Have you ever wondered how those athletes are doing in college now, what’s the role on their

Batavia High School welcomes Winterfest 2020

By Kyle Neibch and Allie Perez Batavia High School will welcome “Winterfest,” an activity for students to express themselves in a safe place, this year for the first time. Winterfest is completely different from a homecoming dance.  It is not

Top 10 NFL teams to take the field

By Kyle Neibch Top 10 NFL teams of all time It’s Super Bowl week! Let’s do a countdown of the top teams to ever be assembled. Hopefully, this article will give background knowledge of the NFL and allow for a

Anthony Guido: Artist of The Week

By Irulan Riley The Spectator had the pleasure of interviewing Anthony Guido, our artist of the week. Anthony has made several art pieces and has developed a unique sense of style.    Q: What are your pieces about?  A: “How

OPINION: Facial recognition in schools should stop before it begins

By Nelson Rerko It would be pretty hard to imagine what school would be like if the cameras would be able to scan and detect who you were. Students in a Denver school don’t have to imagine, because they already

OPINION: BHS should start later

By Jayelin Haines and Irulan Riley According to everettsd.org, lack of sleep can easily affect academic performance, but this is old news to most students.  Here at BHS, school starts at 7:35 every day except for Thursday when school starts

OPINION: Plastic needs to go

By Ben Budke and Madison Waldschmidt With climate change currently happening,  everyone may seem to be asking what is the harm with plastic? Plastic is harmful in many ways, not just it’s composition, but other health-related matters. Plastic is used