Teachers Got Talent: Gearing up for lip sync battle

LAUREN SECO, OP/ED Editor

November 27, 2018

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The yearbook staff is once again hosting the annual Teachers Got Talent event, with one major change; this year will the event is a lip sync edition. Senior and yearbook staff member Nathan Robey explains that instead of only...

Cracking down on injustice; Students prove hard work pays off

ALEAH BIKLE, Reporter

November 27, 2018

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There is an unexpected competition many students routinely compete in that others do not know much about, and if they do, they do not know what it entails. This engaging event is called Speech and Debate. Mrs. Kim Evelyn, the...

Running for personal goals; Bayne runs in marathon

ASHLEY HALEY, Reporter

November 27, 2018

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History teacher Mr. Ryan Bayne has been pushing himself to new limits. On Sunday, November 18, Bayne completed a marathon for which he has been training for months. “The experience was amazing. There were thousands of runners...

Church retreats establishing bonds in community

OLIVIA BECKER, Sports Editor

November 27, 2018

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North Harford students play sports, perform in musicals and take part in many other extracurricular activities. And many students are active with organizations and groups outside of school, including church communities. Often...

FFA National Convention; Students travel to Indianapolis

Anna Fitzhugh, Reporter/ business manager

November 27, 2018

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FFA National Convention is held annually in Indianapolis, Indiana from October 24th to October 27th. Students from across the United States join together to compete in Career Development Events (CDE’s), and Leadership Development...

Annual fall event made comeback; Kickstart to the fall season

ASHLEY HALEY, Reporter

November 27, 2018

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The annual North Harford Harvest Party once again drew a crowd, with seniors and teachers collaborating with each other to make the event come together as planned, and be as ‘spooktacular’ as the previous years. The fall...

Annual Filly Football game shows off Hawk pride; Seniors get victory for second year

ALISON GRAFTON, Health and Science Editor

November 27, 2018

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The annual Filly Football game took place on Monday, November 12. Last year’s juniors won with a score of 42-14 . This year, seniors came away with a 24-14 win. The purpose of the Filly Football is to generate money for prom,...

Eager environmentalists out to win again

EMMIE CATRAMBONE, Entertainment Editor

November 27, 2018

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The new school year is well underway, and so is the 2018-2019 Envirothon season. The county champions and state runners-up from last year are back into action, already having meetings and even going on a field trip to Rock State...

Shortage evokes donations; Students give blood

ANNA FITZHUGH, Reporter / Business Manager

November 27, 2018

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As the holiday season is fast approaching, the American Red Cross has issued an “urgent call for blood and platelet donations.”Following 21,000 fewer donations than normal, the need for blood is becoming critical. North Harford...

Special educator spreads message to be kind to everyone

MADISON ZDON, Sports Editor

November 27, 2018

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Jordyn is 17-year-old girl who designed a shirt that said “be kind to everyone”. What began as a summer project quickly grew to epic proportions with the shirt and the message spreading across the US. NH special educator...

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