Cry of the Hawk

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Cry of the Hawk

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Letting go, learning to grow; 2024 offers clean slate for new habits, change
Emily Johnson, IDR Editor • February 6, 2024

       We’ve all heard the “new year, new me” mantra at one point or another. But how many people will actually make 2024 their year to form new habits, break old ones, let go of the past, and look to the future?      Personally,...

Dionne Warwick, Barry Gibb, Queen Latifah, Billy Crystal, and Renee Fleming pictured above. The show featured performances by some of the artists that have come after these recipients.
Kennedy Center announces 46th class of honorees; Gala celebrates lifetime artistic achievement
KRIS GRAY, News Editor • January 30, 2024

 Since 1978, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts has held their annual Honors Gala recognizing “artists who have made profound...

Pulling puppet strings;
Katie Vanarsdale, Reporter • January 25, 2024

Lights. Camera. Action! On Feb. 22 and 23, starting at 7 pm, the students in Mrs. Nancy Green’s drama three class will be taking to the stage...

Legally Blonde musical begins; Actors start rehearsals, make show come aliv
BELLA ARIST, Business Manager • January 25, 2024

      In March, North Harford will be putting on a show for the audience to come see. Legally Blonde: The Musical will be put on by students...

Letting go, learning to grow; 2024 offers clean slate for new habits, change
Emily Johnson, IDR Editor • February 6, 2024

       We’ve all heard the “new year, new me” mantra at one point or another. But how many people will actually make 2024...

Women are weak (hardly)
January 25, 2024
The photo above explains how the Teacher Academy of Maryland works over the four years of a students high school career. In the past, students in the program were only seated at Harford Tech and Edgewood.
Photo credit: Allisa Thomas
Big changes coming for select HCPS high schools; Teacher Academy program moving to NH, Edgewood
Emily Johnson, IDR Editor • February 6, 2024

  Make room, North Harford! Starting in the 2024-2025 school year, the Teacher Academy will be moving to both Edgewood High School and the...

The show not only included agricultural-related events but other leisure activities. Attending this event is an annual North Harford tradition.
Agricultural students attend farm show; Animals, plants, food, more displayed
KRIS GRAY, News Editor • January 30, 2024

Recently, students involved in the agricultural magnet program took a trip to Pennsylvania. This was the 108th year that the farm shows had been...

Freshmen Breaking out of shells
STELLA MANNS, Sports Editor • September 28, 2023

Secretaries try for Family Friendly School Award
KENDALL WALTER, Reporter • September 26, 2023

   The North Harford secretaries recently shared they collectively have a goal that they want to achieve, the Family Friendly School Award. (1)...

One group decided to make their gravity car Christmas-themed. The members even chose to add a tree and a light-up present.
Gravity Cars take over atrium;
Riley Herold, Entertainment Editor • January 30, 2024

     On Dec. 22, 2023, right before the winter break began, science teacher Mrs. Christine Jestels' AP physics students conducted tests of...

Careless trashing of Harford County roads;
Lila Parry, Reporter • January 23, 2024

  Roadside litter is everywhere and becoming a bigger problem day by day almost everywhere, including Harford County. However, there are people...

Investigating inner workings of fireworks; Reason behind New Year’s explosions revealed
Mackenzie Scott, Op/Ed Editor • January 23, 2024

 If fireworks were only just gunpowder, there would be no color in these small fire explosions. Many different metal compounds included in them...