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Class of 2021: On the brink of a new beginning
Class of 2021: On the brink of a new beginning
Sean Quinn, Member of Craig's class of '21 • June 3, 2021

Sean Quinn is one of the members of Craig's class of '21 who will graduate on June 3, 2021. Sean is active in several clubs and will attend the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater at Rock County in the...

Two-way traffic: Yellow dividing segments direct hallway traffic during passing times.
The Secondary Virus
Molly Schroeder, Artist and Reporter • November 6, 2020

Stop in your tracks! A storm is upon us, one in the form of a virus. News of the Corona Virus has spread to the edges of the earth. However, this is not the virus I am talking...

Safe at Home: Criterion editor Gabby Petruzzello reflects on life during quarantine 
Safe at Home: Criterion editor Gabby Petruzzello reflects on life during quarantine 
Gabby Petruzzello, Criterion Editor • April 30, 2020

“Lean into joy and seek social connection, as it is scientifically proven to make you happier.”  This time of quarantine has been a test of my resilience and my belief...

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Signs on the hallway floors remind students to remain socially distanced.
How to Stay Positive and Test Negative
Noah Schwark, Reporter • November 30, 2020

“Wisconsin, this is serious. This crisis is urgent.  It’s not safe to go out, It's not safe to have others over -- It's just not safe and it might not be safe for a while yet.”  - Governor Tony Evers in his address...

Enrollment at Arise Causes Frustration
Enrollment at Arise Causes Frustration
Carter Mccombs and Tanner Mayer , Reporter • October 19, 2020

As more and more schools pivot into online learning, many students have chosen a hybrid schooling option--or completely online schooling--offered by Arise Virtual Academy. However, with enrollment into these programs has come...

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Bloomquist runs to 4th at state meet
Bloomquist runs to 4th at state meet
Tanner Mayer, Criterion Reporter • May 17, 2021

Craig senior Bryan Bloomquist achieved a personal best in the WIAA alternate fall season state cross country meet, achieving a fourth-place finish.  Runners from across Wisconsin converged on Blackhawk...

Cougars fall to Milton, 46-13
Cougars fall to Milton, 46-13
Criterion Staff April 24, 2021

In Craig's first game at Monterey Stadium in 2021, the Cougars fell behind to the Milton Redhawks 33-0 and couldn't recover. They scored at the end of the first half after a couple of big pass plays...

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Craig tennis sending four to State
Criterion Staff April 19, 2021

The 2021 season was successful for Craig’s girls tennis team. But it isn’t done yet. Following a regular season that saw Craig compile a record of 8-2 in dual meets, the Cougars took second at sectionals...

Craig swimmers have a big night at the state meet Dakota Reece broke the school record in the 100 freestyle; Ally Donagan dropped time and improved her seeding in the 200 and 500 freestyle events; Kadence Woods and Sydney Guenther rounded out the record-breaking 4x100 free relay team. Guenther will swim for UW-La Crosse next year.
State Swim Meet: Reece, 400 free relay team break school records
Criterion Staff April 8, 2021

Tuesday, April 6, was a record-breaking day for the Cougar girls swim team. Four swimmers competed at the Alternate State girls swim meet held at Waukesha South High School. Representing Craig were...

Cougar Comics #10
Cougar Comics #10
Molly Schroeder, Artist and Reporter • February 24, 2021

Cougar Comics #9.5
Cougar Comics #9.5
Molly Schroeder, Artist and Reporter • February 10, 2021

Valentine's Day Special

Cougar Comics #9
Cougar Comics #9
Molly Schroeder, Artist and Reporter • February 7, 2021

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The Student News Site of Joseph A. Craig High School
The Student News Site of Joseph A. Craig High School