Holocaust survivor speaks about past life Still affects her to this day

Grace Feldbush, Reporter

January 3, 2020

Mrs. Bartkowski has a great grandmother who has survived the holocaust. The holocaust killed millions of people and it is impressive to survive.     The holocaust started in 1938, but there is much disagreement on what exact d...

Importance of being aware; Harford County sex trafficking

KENDALL SCHUBERT, Business Manager

January 3, 2020

 Sex trafficking is not a new phenomenon, and the means by which people become victims continues to change.      An alleged occurrence in Harford County with an egg on a windshield of a car has drawn concern as a form of traf...

Paper Scraps; Henkel self- publishes poetry book

Rachel Keeney, H/S Editor

January 3, 2020

Some High School students get inspiration from sports. Other students get inspiration from art or reading books. Chloe Henkel, a junior, was inspired by poetry. Henkel just self-published her first poetry book called Paper Scraps...

North Harford students branch out; Prepping for Envirothon competition

MADISON FETHERSTON, Reporter

January 3, 2020

Open to all high school students, Envirothon offers a hands-on learning experience to its participants. Teams made up of five students spend a majority of their school year studying five topics involving Maryland’s natural ...

From campers to counselors; Students volunteer at Harford Glen

Aleah Bikle, Reporter

January 3, 2020

 From November 18- 22, four NH students traveled to the Harford Glen Environment Education Center for several days of volunteering as camp counselors for young student visitors.  Seniors Jordan Palmer, Charlotte McElwain, Rac...

Victory at recent finance bowl; Students earn county champion title

MAURA CHANEY, Reporter

January 3, 2020

 North Harford participated in the county Finance Bowl on November 13 and took home first and fifth place. The winning team includes senior Brett Williams, juniors Andrew Gerhardt, Julianna Spangler, and Mitchell Wittkamp.     ...

Future Teachers of America; Hands on teaching experience 

Rachel Keeney, H/S Editor

November 20, 2019

  Future Teachers of America is a club that allows students to work with Preschoolers and Elementary schools where they get a hands-on experience in a professional setting. Keaton Campbell, the president of the club, ...

Deares leaves her impact by leading ASL club  

Marissa Altenburg, Reporter

November 20, 2019

       ASL club was started by senior Hailey Deares when she was a sophomore. This year she is a senior and “looking forward to it being the best year yet.”      Sign language club is based on what the me...

STARS members take action for drug prevention; Spreading awareness during Red Ribbon Week

Kierstyn McManus, Reporter

November 20, 2019

       On the week of October 23-31, STARS members gathered for Red Ribbon Week, which is an annual event held to educate youth and encourage participation in drug prevention activities.      STARS, a club designed for student...

French Club: Doors open to everyone Foreign language not required

Abby Kroener, Reporter

November 20, 2019

       The French Club meets about 1-2 times a month, primarily during Hawk Soar and sometimes after school.  This organization does not require a member to be currently taking French or to have taken it in the past...

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