The co-editors are responsible for reading through all articles before they are posted on the website. They dedicate a lot of hard work, time, and effort to making sure everyone’s articles are the best they can be! This year’s co-editors are Delaney Chase, Hope Hefright and Payton Hefright. Their bios are posted below!
Delaney Chase is one of The Squire’s Co-Editors. She is the daughter of Tammy and Randy Chase. Delaney is a sophomore at Eisenhower High School. She does various sports including soccer, basketball, and softball. She is involved in Student Council, Key Club, Journalism, Battle of the Books, and is a class officer. She is very excited to be a part of the editorial staff. She can’t wait to learn and improve as a writer.
Payton Hefright is a Co-Editor of The Squire. She is a junior at Eisenhower High School, and has lived in Russell her entire life. She lives with her parents, Jen and Craig Hefright, her sister Hope, and has an older brother named Christian who graduated from EHS and is currently attending college. Her job consists of proofreading and editing the school newspaper, along with writing articles and keeping the website up to date. As a new co-editor in her first year of Journalism, she admires her fellow members and looks forward to carrying on The Squire’s upstanding reputation as a reliable news source for students and those involved with Eisenhower. Payton enjoys writing, reading, and being involved in other clubs and organizations through the school like track, SADD club, National Honors Society, and Key Club. Her twin sister, Hope Hefright, is a fellow co-editor.
Co-Editor Hope Hefright is daughter of Craig and Jennifer Hefright and a junior at Eisenhower High School. She loves Art and English, and participates in numerous school clubs, such as Yearbook, Battle of the Books, Academic Bowl, SADD and Key Club. She is on the EHS soccer and track teams. She is excited about contributing to The Squire staff through editing, writing, and design, and hopes to be involved in Journalism until she graduates.