Mock trials take on NH school

EMMA MARLEY, Entertainment Editor

February 22, 2017

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How many people can say that they have been involved in a court case as a high school student, and had the opportunity to work with lawyers to build a case? Under the advisory of Mr. Michael Auth and Mrs. Melissa Winter, NH students...

Students Stuck on Love this Valentine’s Day Post-it’s Plastered on Lockers: Nest Notes Random Acts of Kindness

BETHANY BIRCHFIELD, News Editor

February 22, 2017

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On February 14, 2017, North Harford journalism and yearbook students put together a surprise to brighten every student’s day. On Valentine’s Day, every single locker in the school was plastered with a sticky note containing...

Teachers’ talents will take students by surprise

Samantha Steltzer, Reporter

February 7, 2017

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   The teachers are back at it. They can sing, dance, act, and everything in between. The Teachers Got Talent Show has returned and this year it takes place on Friday, February 10 at 7:00 pm.      Junior Amanda Ryan ...

Recognizing excellence: Havre de Grace teacher receives educator award

MARIA KROPKOWSKI, IDR Editor

February 3, 2017

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For 30 years, the Milken Educator Awards have been presented to educators all over the country to recognize the hard work and dedication of stand-out teachers. In November of 2016, Harford County’s very own Thomas Dennison,...

State of the school address

KATE MEAGHER, Video Editor

February 3, 2017

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With second quarter coming to a close, long weeks of testing are only beginning. Faculty Member Bryan Pawlicki is in charge of testing. He gives insight to the current state of testing in our school, saying: “We’ll be doing...

Luna’s ‘Ruff’ start leaves for ‘hoppy’ ending

EMMA MARLEY, Entertainment Editor

February 3, 2017

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It all started with a French Lop rabbit named Luna. Found anemic, underweight, and suffering from muscle atrophy in many areas of her body, elementary school teacher Nevin Randle, as well as wife Lisa, decided to hop into action...

Spanish classes bake chilaquiles; Harder to pronounce than make

JESSICA CARNIVALE, Sports Editor

February 3, 2017

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Although North Harford may be light in diversity, Spanish teacher Señora Rosales spreads culture by having her students make traditional Mexican dishes. Each of Rosales’ Spanish III classes had the opportunity to cook chilaquiles. Chilaquiles...

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